ATN London correspondent Stuart Green reports: The next stage on the
Stone Roses World Tour has been thrown into doubt
following the broken collarbone sustained by guitarist John Squire in
Francisco last Friday (June 2). Although Squire saw a doctor on
Tuesday who told him
that he could resume playing whenever he felt able, it is unlikely he
have the strength to carry the weight of a guitar for some weeks as he
broken the left collarbone and fractured his left shoulder blade. The
Japanese tour--ten dates beginning on June 6--has been postponed and
Upon returning to England from the Land Of The Rising Sun the band
to headline the Glastonbury Festival. No decision has been made on
the Roses will make it to the premier venue on the European festival
circuit. However the band are understood to be "determined" to play.
same confusion surrounds U. S. dates planned for July.
Squire rejoined the rest of the band in England today and will sit
with them over the next few days to work out exactly how they handle
latest setback. An official statement is expected on Friday.