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Music journalist Melinda Newman has interviewed 80s superstar Rick Astley for Rolling Stone following his sold out LA concert.

During the interview, Astley mentions his love for The Smiths:

Age has made me think I have to stop giving a shit what anybody else thinks and do exactly what I want to do, so one day I'm going to do a gig in Manchester where I'm going to sing [all] Smiths songs because I absolutely love the Smiths. I'll probably get lynched for it, but I just want to do it. Why not?

The full interview can be read online.

Thrilled to announce we'll be celebrating a decade (?!) of playing this great music on Saturday, August 27 at New York's Gramercy Theatre.

We'll also be celebrating 10 years of YOU - and all the great crowds who've come out to see us all over the country (and the world - looking at you, Tel Aviv). Each one of you plays a huge role in helping us recreate the full live experience of a Smiths or Morrissey show.

We've kept advance tickets prices low for this one in hopes that anyone who's ever come out - or even considered it - will join us for this very special gig on the 27th.

Saturday, August 27th, 7PM

The Sons & Heirs' 10th Anniversary Show
The Gramercy Theatre
127 E 23rd St, New York, NY 10010 Map...
Morrissey in Texas -
23 August 2016

Morrissey's 19 November show in Houston has sold out.

The Santa Barbara show is nearly sold out too
Post your info and reviews related to this concert in the comments section below. Other links (photos, external reviews, etc.) related to this concert will also be compiled in this section as they are sent in.
If anyone wants to listen to the live broadcast of the show in Tel-Aviv in 45 minutes, go to this website:
click on the play button on the top left corner


New download link posted by an anonymous person:
Morrissey’s Taste for Shelagh Delaney - The Criterion Collection

...In conjunction with our release of Tony Richardson’s 1961 screen adaptation of A Taste of Honey, out tomorrow, we’ve gathered Morrissey’s most prominent references to this groundbreaking work of social realism in the below playlist


Synopsis (Blu-ray / DVD) - The Criterion Collection

Disc features:
  • New, restored, 4K digital transfer, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack on the Blu-ray
  • New interviews with actors Rita Tushingham and Murray Melvin
  • Audio interview with director and coscreenwriter Tony Richardson from the 1962 Cannes...
Why Morrissey has the most loyal fanbase in the music industry - Manchester Evening News
by Rob Pollard
Ahead of Morrissey's gig at Manchester Arena, M.E.N reporter Rob Pollard ponders the extreme devotion of the former Smiths frontman's fans

Note: Full article removed on suggestion by author (tweet)

Apologies to author and site. When I post articles I will only include a summary.
Morrissey Albums Ranked in Order of Moz-ness - Diffuser
by Nick DeRiso August 22, 2016 12:20 PM


...After that, Morrissey tried on a number of styles and settings, even forming a band that has lasted far longer than the Smiths. But which project finished first in our list of Morrissey Albums Ranked in Order of Awesomeness? (We’re focusing only on original albums, not live projects or collections.) Click through the above gallery to find out more.