Morrissey is not usually known for his sense of humor, perhaps that’s why a new t-shirt for his upcoming UK tour has got people talking.
Heaven knows Morrissey will be miserable now until forever. And in the name of his infinite sadness we say take a drink. You know what, just keep ‘em coming and hope we have enough booze to cover Moz’s entire 30-year career.
However (and this is a big however), Autobiography will see the light of day in the U.K. and Europe on October 17. Whatever this content disagreement was, it apparently was not enough to keep the book off the shelves in Moz’s native continent.
After suffering a case of severe food poisoning, Morrissey has been forced to cancel two shows in Peru as well as postpone a string of concert dates in Chile that were scheduled to kick off a South American tour.
Amanda Palmer, who achieved notoriety by raising more than $1.1 million from almost 25,000 fans on Kickstarter to finance her most recent solo album, Theatre is Evil, wants to help Morrissey do the same for his own music.
Morrissey’s latest tour has been plagued by sickness from the get go and now, the singer has canceled the remaining dates of his North American Tour due to increasing medical issues.
As Morrissey continues his domination of the music press this month, he tops even himself in his latest showing of good humor and theatrics.
After being mocked on last night’s (February 26) episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live! for canceling his scheduled appearance to protest the cast of Duck Dynasty being booked on the same show, singer Morrissey has fired back at the late-night talk show.
In a bold new interview, singer Morrissey has spoken out on the subject of war, listing it among “heterosexual hobbies.” Morrissey made the shocking statements while speaking to teen-girl website Rookie via email when asked which political causes mattered most to him during his own teenage years.
Los Angeles Morrissey fans collectively rolled their eyes today as their temperamental superhero announced he’d be canceling Tuesday’s Jimmy Kimmel Live! performance. It isn’t the “smell of burning flesh” like 2009’s Coachella Festival that will force the singer away. It’s stars of A&E’s reality television program Duck Dynasty that will keep the former Smiths frontman from taking the stage.