THE Glasgow man behind some of the biggest pop acts of the nineties has told how Tony Blair introduced him to Jimmy Savile and others at a dinner. 

Alan McGee, 60, discovered and signed Oasis after they made their Scottish debut in King Tut's Wah Wah Hut in 1993. 

They went on to enjoy enormous chart success as part of McGee's Glasgow-based label Creation Records. 

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The Glasgow-raised music mogul told the Daily Record how he was introduced to the vile Savile at a dinner hosted by then Labour Prime Minister Blair, which was also attended by the ex-Celtic chairman John Reid and Dame Judi Dench. 

He told the paper: "Jimmy Savile took over the meal.

"I was there with Tony Blair and former Celtic chairman John Reid and Dame Judi Dench.

"Jimmy Savile was a horrible c***. He wasn’t exposed as a paedophile until years later but we knew he was dodgy.

"He just was wrong.”

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The bizarre scene is recreated in a new biopic about McGee, written by Trainspotting author Irvine Welsh. Ewan Bremner stars as the label boss and the film charts his rise to the heady heights of pop stardom during the Cool Britannia movement of the nineties.

Another scene also shows the game-changing moment McGee first heard Oasis perform. 

Creation Stories will have its world premiere at this year's Glasgow Film Festival on Wednesday, February 24. You can find out more here.