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The Stone Roses Olympic Gig

The Stone Roses played an exclusive gig in London in order to celebrate the great achievements of the GB Olympics team this week. Bradley Wiggins and Jessica Ennis were announced as the “King and Queen of England” by lead singer Ian Brown.

The gig which was one of the most exclusive that has ever been played by the band was attended by a whole host of celebrities and athletes.

The recently reformed Manchester based band played an exclusive show that was hosted by Adidas Underground.

Before opening the show with ‘Something’s Burning’, Ian announced that Jessica Ennis and Bradley Wiggins, the King and Queen of England were in the building.

Others stars that also attended the event included the guitarist from Led Zeppelin Jimmy Page, Paul Well, the frontman of Primal Scream Bobby Gillespie, Rupert Grint, Daisy Lowe and Boy George.

Ian Brown was joined by his fellow band members Gary ‘Mani’ Mounfield, John Squire and Alan ‘Reni’ Wren. The band performed in east London close to the Olympic Park.

The band played all of their well known hits including I Wanna be Adored, This Is The One, Love Spreads, Waterfall and Fools Gold.