The last time Ian Brown came to Adelaide was with The Stone Roses in 1995, so this solo tour was something worth savouring.
As any good rumour monger knows, the line-up for Japan's three-day Fuji Rock Festival is often a good forecast of what's to come for our own Splendour In The Grass. The 2008 headliners have just been announced, so let the speculation begin!
The third artist announcement for Bluesfest has served up a crop of stonkin' acts taking the tally to 60 international and local artists with a further 40 tipped for announcement before Easter...
Ex-Stone Roses singer Ian Brown and cad-for-hire Liam Gallagher will join a bass guitar - œsuper-group' for a star-studded charity concert.
Any sane music fan would've been content with the first round of acts for the 19th Annual International East Coast Blues & Roots Music Festival, but the good news keeps coming with announcement number two.
New Order bassist Peter Hook has signed up Liam Gallagher for his new supergroup... alongside former Smiths Mikey Rouke and Primal Sceam's Mani.
Ian Brown - The second coming tour of King Monkey, playing the first of two shows in front of a capacity crowd at the Metro Theatre.
For those who missed out nabbing tickets for Ian Brown's gig in Sydney, there's some good news. Another show...
The man known as King Monkey delivers The Greatest, a retrospective that stands up as an excellent release in its own right.
The year is 1989. The 'Madchester' movement is gaining momentum. One band releases 'the album' that epitomises the time. The band was The Stone Roses, with the self-titled album which is truly a classic release. However it all went a little pear shaped fo