Ian Brown|birth_place = Warrington, England | genre = Alternative rock, indie rock, alternative dance | occupation = Multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter, actor | instrument = Vocals, percussion, keyboards, piano, harmonica, guitar, bass guitar, drums, bongos, cabasa | years_active = 1980–1996, 1998–present | label = Polydor/Fiction Records (UK)
Interscope, E1 Music (US) | associated_acts = The Stone Roses, The Patrol, The Waterfront | website = }}
Ian George Brown (born 20 February 1963) is an English singer and multi-instrumentalist. He was the lead singer of the alternative rock band the Stone Roses from their formation in 1984. Following the split in 1996, he began a solo career, releasing seven studio albums, a greatest hits compilation, a remix album, an 11-disc box set titled ''Collection'', and 19 singles. He has performed solo shows in 45 countries. He returned to singing for the Stone Roses in 2011, although this did not spell the end of his solo endeavours, releasing ''First World Problems'' through Virgin/EMI Records on 25 October 2018. He had a cameo appearance in ''Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban''. Provided by Wikipedia
Cultures of confinement a history of the prison in Africa, Asia and Latin America / Frank Dikötter and Ian Brown, editors.
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