Ian Brown isn’t a fan of the lockdown and is outspoken as Van Morrison and quite a few others because the “pro-COVID” musicians who appear to be all for letting the illness run rampant for so long as humanly doable.
After stating final Friday that he would “NEVER EVER” play a present with a vaccination requirement, the Stone Roses frontman (who was beforehand greatest identified for opening the door for extra gifted Manchester bands, like Oasis or perhaps even the Chemical Brothers) is making good on that promise by declining his headlining gig on the Neighbourhood Weekender competition on account of its obligatory vaccination coverage.
To be honest, the competition’s been pushed again so many instances now on account of COVID that it’s a marvel how any artist may keep on the lineup for this lengthy, however apparently ensuring it was protected for attendees, employees, and artists was the place Brown drew the road.
It looks as if the competition goes to go on simply superb, including James to the lineup as a substitute. These British rockers have a brand new album on the way in which so it labored out effectively for them.