Ian Brown Q&A

‘Top Of The Pops’ caught up with former Stone Roses frontman Ian Brown for a Q&A, and asked him who he thought was the greatest musician. “Stevie Wonder,” he responded. “Hard to choose between Stevie Wonder, James Brown and Bob Marley. Eh… but I’m gonna stick me neck out and say Stevie Wonder cos he plays all his own instruments as well as writing and singing. He’s the boy.” The transcript at bbc.co.uk has since been removed.

Glastonbury Festival 2005 – Day 3

Garbage, The Bravery, and former Stone Roses frontman Ian Brown performed while Joss Stone watched in the crowd at the Glastonbury Festival 2005 on Worthy Farm in Somerset, England on June 26th. Check out pictures from WireImage.

Ian Brown Snubs Ex-Stone Roses Bandmates At Gig

The Mirror reports that despite two of his former bandmates being in the audience at his Carling Live 24 gig in Manchester at the weekend, Ian Brown went on to perform some of the group’s classic tracks all on his own. Furious former Stone Roses bassist Mani was overheard grumbling: “It would have been nice to have been fu**ing asked.”

Ian Brown Performs In Brighton

Ian Brown performed on stage on Saturday (March 26) at the Brighton Centre in Brighton, England. The ex-Stone Roses frontman is touring to promote his latest studio album ‘Solarized’. Check out pictures from GettyImages.

Ian Brown On-Stage Brawl

Video of former Stone Roses frontman Ian Brown getting confronted onstage by a crazed fan at the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco earlier this month, where fisticuffs subsequently ensued, has been posted online. Check it out below.

Ian Brown Won’t Face Charges After Onstage Brawl At Club

The San Francisco Chronicle reports that former Stone Roses frontman Ian Brown was detained after a wild brawl at the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco in which he pummeled a fan who jumped on stage and then beat a bouncer who intervened, police said Wednesday. The singer was released after being questioned and won’t be charged, police said. Read more.