Nigel Ipinson

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Nigel Ipinson-Fleming (born 1970) is a British keyboardist.

Ipinson played with The Stone Roses throughout the band's Second Coming Tour of 1995 as well as some festival gigs in the summer of 1996, and appeared on some unessential studio recordings by the group. Ipinson had previously played with Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark;[1] he played on their albums Sugar Tax (1991), Liberator (1993), essentially assuming the role of co-founder Paul Humphreys, who had left the group in 1989. He had previously appeared in the group Juvenile Jazz, which won the TV talent contest Saturday Superstore Search for a Superstar in 1987 and issued a self-titled album the same year.

Nigel wrote a song for former Stone Roses singer Ian Brown, and also played on other tracks from the Singer's debut album "Unfinished Monkey Business", released in 1998.

In 1999 Ipinson-Fleming became the Managing Director of 'Music and Message', a multimedia solutions company.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Orchestral Manoeuvres offers irresistible pop". Boston Globe (in Pay-per-View). 22 September 1991. Retrieved 20 May 2011.