American demand for Morrissey’s recently published ‘Autobiography’ was so big that plans were quickly arranged for it to be released here. But it seems that something’s missing.
In an interview with Brooklyn Vegan, Marr talked about the likelihood of putting pen to paper and telling his side of the Smiths storied history. Turns out it’s pretty much a done deal.
Having survived the threat of cancellation due to a “content dispute” with its publisher Penguin Classics three days before its original release, Morrissey’s Autobiography finally surfaced today in Europe and it’s filled with juicy bits.
Despite a U.S. tour that was cut short by health issues, Morrissey’s triumphant show at Hollywood High School in L.A. was captured for the singer’s first official concert film in nine years.
Avant-garde art-rockers Deerhunter are still garnering buzz for their bizarre performance this week on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, featuring lead singer Bradford Cox sporting lipstick, a black wig and what appeared to be two […]
Former Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr was lauded by NME this year as a Godlike Genius, but he considers himself more of a “messenger” to aspiring artists. Marr started playing music around his native Manchester at […]
When iconic British singer Morrissey landed in Southern California to resume his beleaguered U.S. tour, no one expected the tsunami of controversy that would soon follow. He’d already been forced to reschedule more than 25 […]