Former Oasis manager Alan McGee has said he “can’t see a reunion happening”.
McGee signed Oasis to his label Creation Records in the early nineties and managed them for several years but says he can’t see Noel and Liam Gallagher burying the hatchet.
Speaking to the Mirror, McGee said:
Liam and Noel are the happiest I’ve seen them in years so for that reason I can’t see a reunion happening. I’ve met Noel on numerous occasions recently and bumped into Liam a few times and we’ve had lengthy conversations and a reunion has never been discussed.
I haven’t even got Liam’s mobile phone number anymore – I have Noel’s – but not Liam’s. That’s not because I don’t like him, because I do. It’s just because I don’t have anything in common with him anymore.
McGee was also asked whether he believes that the Gallagher brothers have escalated their feud to build hype for a future Oasis reunion but he said that the fallout is legitimate.
No. It’s as real as it gets. They are not showbizzy people like that. When they say something, they mean it. When Liam’s calling Noel ‘Katie Hopkins’ he really means it.
So, basically, don’t go hoping for an Oasis headline set at Glastonbury next year.