The first album of these gentlemen, dating from the year 1989, is currently recognized by many as one of the best of all time.
Well, about to be fulfilled 20 anniversary after its release on the market, rumors began to circulate that, coinciding with the launch of the respective edition 'remastered' in June, stone roses they would meet again to offer a series of presentations this summer.
However, these rumors that assumed that Ian Brown, leader and original vocalist of the group, would agree with the meeting have been totally denied by your publicist yesterday ...
"We don't know anything about any reunions… currently, Ian is in the studios working on a new album that will be released later this year."He said.
This is not surprising: remember that Brown, who has maintained an interesting solo career since the band broke up in 1996, has mentioned on several occasions that there is no chance to meet with his ex-classmates, at least "not in the next 3 lives".
Via | Daily Mail