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Ian Brown claims Spotify removed anti-lockdown song ‘Little Seed Big Tree’ in act of ‘censorship’

Ian Brown has claimed that his controversial anti-lockdown song has been removed from Spotify in an act of “censorship”.The Stone Roses frontman is a vocal critic of lockdowns, mask wearing and the coronavirus vaccine, and in September released a song titled “Little Seed Big Tree” documenting his stance.The track features lines such as: “A sonic lockdown, state shakedown, a mass breakdown / Put your muzzle on, get back in your basket / Get behind your doors cos living here is drastic.”On Friday (12 March) night, Brown took to Twitter again, alleging that Spotify had taken the song down from his...
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Ian Brown pulls out of music festival over Covid vaccination row

Ian Brown has pulled out of headlining the Neighbourhood Weekender festival in Warrington this September after claiming that all attendees require proof of vaccination. Brown is a noted Covid sceptic, frequently using his Twitter account to spread disinformation about the virus and protections against it. “I refuse to accept vaccination proof as condition of entry,” he tweeted yesterday.
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Ian Brown pulls out of festival due to mandatory vaccine requirements

Ian Brown of The Stone Roses has been outspoken about being against COVID masks/vaccination over the past year. Recently, he pulled out of The Neighbourhood Weekender fest despite being listed as the headliner. The reason for his dropping from the bill was because the festival requires attendees present proof of vaccination.
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Ian Brown steps down from festival over vaccine

Singer Ian Brown has pulled out of a festival appearance over his refusal to play events that "accept vaccination proof as condition of entry". The former Stone Roses frontman had been due to headline the Neighbourhood Weekender in Warrington in September. But on Wednesday he told fans the set "will...
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Ian Brown Cancels Fest Headliner Gig Because Vaccinations Are Required For Attendees

Ian Brown, frontman of the Stone Roses, was supposed to headline the Neighbourhood Weekender festival in Warrington, England. The fest, originally scheduled for May 2020, was postponed to September 2020 and then May 2021, with Brown still on the lineup. Today, though, it’s been postponed once again to September 2021. And this time, Ian Brown has pulled out of the festival entirely — because Neighbourhood Weekender will require attendees to provide proof of COVID vaccination.
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Ian Brown cancels headline slot of UK festival that requires attendees be vaccinated

Over the last year, former Stone Roses frontman Ian Brown' has become an outspoken anti-mask/vaccine conspiracy theorist, even going so far as to release a song about it. Stereogum notes that Brown has just announced that he has pulled out of his headline appearance at UK festival The Neighbourhood Weekender because it requires attendees present proof of vaccination.
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Ian Brown steps down as headliner of Neighbourhood Weekender 2021

Ian Brown has announced that he’s stepped down as headliner of this year’s Neighbourhood Weekender festival. Organisers for the Warrington three-dayer announced earlier tonight (March 3) that the event has been rescheduled and will now take place at Victoria Park on the weekend of September 3-5, 2021. “Following the recent...
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Meet Ian Brown: Samo’s figure skating champion

Ian Brown’s (’22) passion for ice skating started as just a fun activity, but he then realized his love for the sport was so strong that he could turn his passion into something more. Starting at the age of five, he began to take the sport more seriously, and he has devoted a lot of time and training to get better in the hopes to turn it into a possible career.