Ian Brown (born 20 February 1963) is an English musician, best known as the former lead singer of the alternative rock band The Stone Roses. Since the breakup of the Stone Roses he has pursued a solo career.
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- We started out to finish groups like U2 - that was what it was all about. And they're still the biggest band in the world, so we failed. We didn't really do anything, people wore flares for a year or two, d'you know what I mean? That's all we did.
- Interview by Lindsay Baker, "The Unsinkable Ian Brown", The Guardian, 2 February 2002, retrieved 2011-08-13
- We broke up mostly because we didn't have a manager and everyone was on different drugs. I don't take them so it was a bit weird for me.
- "Ex-Stone Roses vocalist produces 1st solo album", The Vindicator, 5 September 1998, retrieved 2011-08-14