Last night, Morrissey performed for 6 Music Live, a concert series broadcast by BBC Radio 6 from the BBC’s Maida Vale studios in London. He debuted several new songs during the set, including “When You Open Up Your Legs,” “I Wish You Lonely,” More
09/22/2017 by PeekYou Team
Author: Michelle Kim / Source: pitchfork.com
Morrissey has detailed his upcoming tour dates. New shows behind his upcoming album Low in High School are set to kick off October 31 with a show at Portland, OR’s Schnitzer Concert Hall and run until December 7 at Boston, MA’s Orpheum Theatre. More
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Author: Winston Cook-Wilson / Source: Spin
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“I did not back down even though I believed he was about to shoot me”
Morrissey has accused a police officer in Rome of threatening him in the street, saying he “believed [the officer] was about to shoot me,” according to a Facebook post by Morrissey’s nephew and photographer, Sam Esty Rayner. More
04/17/2017 by PeekYou Team
Author: Anna Gaca / Source: Spin
A lot of the time, experimental singer-songwriter Kirin J Callinan is just that—experimental. Appreciating the fragile humanity within his 2013 album Embracism usually required scraping off a layer of fragmented, electronically-enhanced industrial distortion first. More
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Morrissey has announced his first concert of 2017, and his first since canceling a string of U.S. dates last December. The Roxy Festival show in Guadalajara, Mexico, was revealed via official fan site True To You, accompanied by a picture of…
12/03/2016 by PeekYou Team
Source: Rolling Stone
Morrissey announced Saturday that he must cancel the remaining six dates of his U.S. tour – concerts that were rescheduled dates after the singer’s keyboardist fell ill, forcing postponements – due to mismanagement of tour funds.
In a post titled “There Is a Light That Now Goes Out” on Morrissey’s fan site/mouthpiece True to You (via Stereogum), the singer revealed that he and his band are in “unrecoverable despair” after the tour’s remaining shows in Detroit, Cleveland, Chicago, Houston, Dallas and San Antonio were “pulled down.”
Morrissey blamed the canceled shows on the Los Angeles-based Management 360.
“Each date booked would make enough money to pay its way,” Morrissey wrote.
“When Gustavo [Manzur, keyboardist] collapsed at the Boulder show, 360 Management responded with the announcement that all funds had suddenly evaporated. There was apparently not even enough money to transport the touring party to the next scheduled city, and 360 Management faded out as quickly as they had faded in.”