Ian Brown Plays Full Set Of Stone Roses Songs Over The Weekend





For the first time in almost ten years, Ian Brown, frontman of legendary rockers The Stone Roses, played a full set of his former band's songs. The singer made the appearance last night (July 25) at the Claremont Landscape Garden National Trust park, during a break from recording his forth solo album. According to NME, Brown actually hired members of a Stone Roses tribute band called Fools Gold to act as his backing band for the night and ran through such classics as "I Wanna Be Adored," "Fools Gold," and "Waterfall."


Ian Brown plans to release his yet-to-be-titled fourth studio album later this year. Check out last night's set list below:

"I Wanna Be Adored"

"Sally Cinnamon"

"Song For My (Sugar Spun Sister)"

"Waterfall"

"Mersey Paradise"

"Made Of Stone"

"She Bangs The Drums"

"Where Angels Play"

"Elizabeth My Dear"

"I Am The Resurrection"

"Fools Gold"

"My Star"

"If Dolphins Were Monkeys"

"Golden Gaze"

"F.E.A.R."

"Time Is My Everything"




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Ian Brown Plays Full Set Of Stone Roses Songs Over The Weekend