Stone Roses drummer found hiding in Anne Frank’s attic
Music News: After walking off stage during a gig in Amsterdam last night, the Stone Roses drummer Reni has been found safe and sound, hiding out in Anne Frank’s attic.
The band, who recently kicked off a string of reunion concerts, were forced to cut short a show at the Heineken Music Hall after Alan ‘Reni’ Wren stormed off, allegedly saying the venue ‘stank of Edam’.
Despite their public falling out on stage, singer Ian Brown immediately went looking for Reni – reportedly getting in a cab and heading straight for the nearest sex museum.
Roadies for the band later found the 49-year-old drummer hiding in the annex of the building at Prinsengracht 263, where he was said to be ‘shivering under a blanket’ and ‘dipping some fries in mayonnaise like what those Dutch do’.
A spokesman for the drummer has confirmed he has already signed a publishing deal. ‘Diary Of A Middle Aged Drummer’ is due out in spring 2013.
Story+Image: Simon Swatman
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