The Stone Roses continue to court controversy on comeback tour
The Stones Roses continue to court controversy on their current comeback tour. At last weekend's show in Denmark frontman Ian Brown saw a fan waving an English flag in crowd and requested the fan throw it on stage, saying "that's the f*cking Pope's flag. Not cool, man". He then stamped on it and mimed wiping his backside with it.
Last week's Dutch performance also sparked controversry when drummer Reni refused to come back on stage for an encore, prompting Brown to deride him as a "c*nt", telling the Heineken Music Hall that "the drummer's gone home... I'm not joking, the drummer's gone home. Get all your aggro out on me, I can take it." He added: "What can I say, the drummer's a c**t."
The Stone Roses will play Dublin's Pheonix Park on 5th July.
The full set list for the Danish show was:
Ten Storey Love Song
Bye Bye Badman
I Wanna Be Adored
Shoot You Down
She Bangs The Drums
Made Of Stone
This Is the One'
I Am The Resurrection
Story by John Balfe | 12:34 | Thursday 21st June 2012 | Music News
Great band.Posted 13:00 | Thu 21st Jun 2012
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