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UPDATE: 1:55 PM PT:

Link from an anonymous person:

Morrissey in California - true-to-you.net
5 August 2016

Morrissey's November 9 show at the Bren Events Center in Irvine, California, sold out in two minutes.

In response to this, Morrissey will appear at the same venue on November 4.



Bren Events Center / Facebook
BY POPULAR DEMAND, Morrissey Official adding a 2nd Show on Friday, November 4th! Tickets will be available at 10:05am today!

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Morrissey angrer ikke på 22. juli-uttalelse: – Jeg er i mot alle drap - VG

It's on top of the website of Norway's largest tabloid newspaper.

Google Translate to English
Morrissey does not regret the 22 July statement: I oppose all murders
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Tom Sheehan's best photograph: a young Morrissey reclining on a hotel bed in Reading - The Guardian
Interview by Ben Beaumont-Thomas
‘Morrissey and I got chatting about Oscar Wilde and I later loaned him three books. He’s still got them’

Excerpt:

In 1984, I was sent to Reading to shoot the Smiths for the front cover of the Melody Maker. Morrissey initially wouldn’t talk to Allan Jones, the editor, because he was doing interviews with fanzines instead, which was really cool in a way. I thought: “A solo shot would be great – and I’ll placate the rest of the band later with a group shot in their dressing room.” I only had about 10 minutes with him, so I just started directing him around his hotel room, getting him to do silly things, like drinking milk out of a carton.

Then I noticed this Oscar Wilde book on his bed, so I told him to lie down with it. I stood over him,...
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UPDATE Aug. 3:

Link posted by an anonymous person:

Morrissey er i Bergen - Bergensavisen
Morrissey on avoiding Brisbane and only playing in Australian venues where no meat will be served - News.com.au

Excerpts:

In an exclusive interview Morrissey explained his unconventional tour path.

“I didn’t want to return to Brisbane because I’ve played there twice and on both nights I was heckled, which doesn’t bother me that much, but even if I reply with something snazzy, the heckler always wins because the night has been soured and we no longer feel welcome. That’s life.”

The former Smiths frontman is bypassing Sydney after playing four Sydney-only shows at last year’s Vivid Festival....