According to Billboard, opening act Kristeen Young was booted from the Morrissey tour for saying rude things: According to reports at morrissey-solo.com, some audience members were chanting “Morrissey” during Young’s set, to which she replied, “Morrissey gives good head, I mean, er, cunnilingus…” She opened when I saw Morrissey last year, and it was one … Continue reading Morrissey gives good head
Dig this pretty hot new Morrissey track, “All You Need is Me” performed on Last Call with Carson Daly on October 10. I love the lyric, “You don’t like me but you love me either way you’re wrong, you’re gonna miss me when I’m gone,” which pretty well sums up most people’s feelings on Mozzer. … Continue reading New Mozzer Track Online
Passions Just Like Mine, a feature length documentary exploring the culture of obsessive fandom, is currently in post-production. Check out the trailer: Previously: I Have Forgiven You, Morrissey; Why “Rubber Ring” Is the Best Song Ever.
Twenty years after becoming obsessed with the Smiths, can a Morrissey concert possibly live up to a former fanatic’s expectations? Well, if you have five seconds to spare, I’ll tell you the story of my life…
Papal attraction – Douglas Coupland interviews Morrissey: “Morrissey is interview-proof. Don’t bother. He’s not an asshole and he’s not the Dalai Lama, but you could interview him for a thousand years and you’d learn nothing.” Via lhb.
New Morrissey video for “You Have Killed Me” off Ringleader of the Tormentors.
Morrissey has released a statement clarifying his legal proceedings with Mike Joyce. Here’s the post that set him off. And here’s “The Cowbell Track” (mp3). And Joyce’s stuff on ebay.
Morrissey candidly answers questions from fans about his life and his new album.
Tony Visconti is in Rome producing the new Morrissey album which he claims is not only “a departure in his writing (my opinion) but he has extended his vocal range and has written extended melodies,” and features “film composer Ennio Morricone and an Italian children’s choir.”
In front of what may have been the most respectful crowd ever assembled for an acoustic show, Decemberists leader Colin Meloy delivered an entertaining set that was equal parts humor and humility.