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Last updated: 31st May 2013The Stone Roses announce three big dates in 2013!June 2013Finsbury Park, London, Fri 7th June 2013Finsbury Park, London, Sat 8th June 2013Glasgow, Glasgow Green, Sat 15th June 2013Newport, Seaclose Park, 13th-16th June 2013 (Isle of Wight Festival)The Stone Roses formed in the 1983, released their first single in 1985 and their landmark debut, the eponymously titled "The Stone Roses," saw the light of day in 1989. Alongside bands such as James and The Inspiral Carpets, The Stone Roses were the poster boys of the then burgeoning “Madchester” scene. Their songs became anthems of a generation and have been one of the most influential indie bands. The follow-up album, “Second Coming” was released in 1994 but the first cracks were quickly showing. First, drummer Reni left the band before frictions between Ian Brown and guitarist, John Squire led to Squire’s walk out in 1995. The band recruited Aziz Ibrahim on guitar but after a shambolic performance at the 1996 Reading Festival, the remaining band member decided to pull the plug. John Squire formed a new band, the short-lived The Seahorses, Mani famously joined Primal Scream as a full time member on bass guitar and Ian Brown embarked on a successful solo career. Speculations of a reunion have been making the rounds ever since the band broke up but it wasn’t until John Squire and Ian Brown finally met and talked for the first time in 16 years, that a Stone Roses comeback finally seemed possible. Finally after such a long period of time, The Stone Roses are back on tour again!
Recently re-united, The Stone Roses have gone on a spending spree and spent a whooping £50,000 on an old fashioned hand-painted steam train.The Stone Roses are set to play their comeback shows at Manchester Heaton Park on 29th June 2012, 30th June 2012 and 1st July 2012.
Stone Roses frontman Ian Brown has reportedly confirmed this morning that re-union concerts will be taking place in Manchester and London in 2012. The iconic mancunian band who split in 1996 have been rumored to be reforming since April this year, however until today nothing had been confirmed. The rumor mill was rife on Friday when a publicist for the band refused to either confirm or deny rumors that of a series of gigs taking place next year is set to be announced on Tuesday. Adding fuel to the fire, magician and close friend of Brown ‘Dynamo’ supposedly showed reporters for The Sun newspaper a text from Brown which simply said: “We are going to rule the world again. It’s happening”.
Last minute tickets are available for The Stone Roses Finsbury Park 7 June concert from as little as *£30.25 – half the price of the ...
The Stone Roses have announced support for their two shows in Finsbury Park, north London and reveal new songs have been written.
The Stone Roses have announced three shows in 2013.