Aziz - Ian Brown
Aziz Ibrahim is a British musician. He was born in Longsight, Manchester to Pakistani parents. He is best known for his work as guitarist with Simply Red, The Stone Roses (post-John Squire) and their former vocalist Ian Brown in whose band he regularly performs – both in the studio and live. He is also a member of the h Band with Marillion's Steve Hogarth and is involved in the writing of the second H Band album. He has also worked withPaul Weller, Steven Wilson, Asia and contributed to The Players' debut album Clear the Decks.
Most notably, Ibrahim was the guitarist for the last Stone Roses performance before they split, at the 1996 Reading Festival. After their split Ibrahim continued to tour and write with former Stone Roses front man Ian Brown, co-writing songs such as "My Star", "Corpses in Their Mouths", "Longsight M13", "One Way Ticket to Paradise" and numerous other songs from Unfinished Monkey Business, Golden Greats, Solarized and The Greatest.