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Stephen Patrick Morrissey doesn't make a whole hell of a lot of TV appearances, so each time he appears on the glowing flat thing in your living room, it feels like an event. Last night, the man was…   Read Story »
Without a new album to promote, Morrissey still easily sold out the Shrine Auditorium in Moz Angeles. The seventeen song set included a handful of songs from The Smiths ("I Want The One I Can't…   Read Story »
Morrissey is either getting even more into the Christmas spirit than everyone else, or he's cold getting paid. The man recently licensed a cover version of the Smiths' song "Please, Please, Please…   Read Story »
Morrissey heads out on tour this fall/winter across the US and Mexico touring an album that he can't seem to find a label for. Surely, the performance won't suffer for it, but don't bring your…   Read Story »
Last we heard from Morrissey, he was covering Lou Reed in Australia. The cat lover has since returned to England where he's getting bitten by dogs. The details: Morrissey sustained hand and arm…   Read Story »
Beyoncé doesn't normally play festivals, but by all accounts she killed it at Worth Farm last night. After her Glasto headline performance the star told BBC she was so nervous playing for 175,000…   Read Story »
Yesterday we celebrated The Queen Is Dead's 25th Anniversary. Today we celebrate the live version of new Morrissey song, "The Kid's A Looker," which Moz performed on BBC Radio 2 a few days ago along…   Read Story »
Morrissey ended a recent "royal dreading"-themed interview with BBC Radio 4's Front Row by mentioning that his 10th solo album is done, though he doesn't have a label to release it (thanks for the…   Read Story »
Last week we mentioned that Johnny Marr was unhappy having current British Prime Minister David Cameron as a Smiths fan. He didn't elaborate, but Morrissey did last week. "I would like to, if I may,…   Read Story »
Last month we posted Morrissey's NYC/Chelsea Hotel-heavy 13 Favorite Albums Of All Time. Things go in a slightly different direction in his “Supreme 13 Singles," but New York stays on top,…   Read Story »