Stone Roses Latest To Reform For A Summer Tour?

British newspaper claims the Mancs are set for 21 live dates

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The Stone Roses are to reform for a 21 date summer tour according to a report in The Mirror newspaper on Tuesday (March 17).

The group, current cover stars of Uncut , split in 1996, but are now reportedly set to embark on a 21 date UK tour.

The tour would coincide with the 20th anniversary release of their seminal self titled debut ‘The Stone Roses’.

A source quoted in The Mirror article said: “It’s taken a lot of time to get Ian [Brown] to agree but he’s finally signed on the dotted line.

“The rest of the band were up for it, especially when they
realised the amount of money on the table.”

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