Fans who saw tonight’s Stone Roses gig in Glasgow are reporting that frontman Ian Brown seemingly announced the end of the band, telling the crowd, “Don’t be sad it’s over. Be happy that it happened” — suggesting the Manchester legends’ reunion has run its course after five years.
The buzz about a possible reunion of The Stone Roses built over the weekend, with no official denial from the band’s members and seeming confirmation from friends such as Shaun Ryder and Tim Burgess — plus fresh rumors that not only are the Roses mounting a series of concerts, but recording a new album as well.
The same day London’s Daily Mirror reported that the Stone Roses would reunite for “at least 21 gigs” in the UK this summer — as […]
London’s Daily Mirror — not exactly a bastion of hard-nosed rock journalism — reports in tomorrow’s editions that the legendary Stone Roses will reunite for […]