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Stone Roses Reform After 15 Years

Written by John Ritchie on October 16, 2011

Legendary Manchester rock band Stone Roses are set to reform for a massive reunion tour, which will see the band play shows for the first time in 15 years. The full original line-up are back together with Ian Brown, John Squire, Gary ‘Mani’ Mountfield and Alan ‘Reni’ Wren joining forces again for what is being touted as the biggest reunion announcement of the year.

Squire and Brown have been at each other’s throats for years, however rumours are that they sorted things out at Mani’s mum’s funeral in April. A barmen at a pub after the wake even took a photo of the band together laughing and joking, sparking rumours across England that the band may get back together.

Speaking about the reunion, Ian Brown said:

The band are determined now to go out and enjoy themselves, give the old fans a great time and pull in a few new ones.

The band will announce a run of comeback shows in the UK via a press conference on Tuesday.

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