Ian Brown gets his own scholarship

Ian Brown says he is ‘honoured’ that a new £10,000 bursary at the School of Sound Recording is to be called the ‘Ian Brown Scholarship’.

The school, which is based in Manchester but is opening a London school, will pay the fees for SSR's Audio Engineering Techniques And Technology course at the school’s Camden campus, starting March or September 2011, according to the NME.

Brown said: ‘It is an honour for me to be supporting SSR London and the next generation of talented producers and engineers being taught there. I have a long history with SSR from the early days recording with The Stone Roses and I hope the scholarship inspires the next generation of talented producers and artists.’

Facilities at the SSR have been used by bands including The Stone Roses and The Smiths.

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