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"Morrissey's 45 is Number 1 on the Official UK Vinyl Chart this week."


The single does not appear in the Official Singles Chart Top 100.


Link also posted by Thewlis:

Wedding Bell Blues Radio. - Morrissey Central
May 16, 2019

Morrissey's "Wedding Bell Blues" is the second most played song on Radio 2 this week.

Might be tricky to review the new Morrissey album. Been refused a copy because we wrote this piece about him. "Afraid management are not keen to provide advance music to the Guardian for this release".
Set to premier tomorrow:

Posted by Famous when dead:

YT official audio link found by The Doc via the downloads section:

Morrissey's 'California Son' album will be Record Of The Week on Radio 2 next week.
It is also Record of The Week at Radio Trojka (the main station in Poland), and Record Of The Month in Germany's Rolling Stone.
Morrissey appeared on The Jimmy Fallon Show this week in New York singing "Morning Starship".

Worn by Morrissey during the Broadway run (and by the band during Fallon).
A thank you from Total Liberation New York:

THANK YOU Morrissey for supporting Total Liberation New York


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Morrissey is scheduled in tonight's Evening showcases at the NON-COMMvention 2019 in Phiadelphia, PA.
Morrissey Follows Springsteen To Broadway Box Office Lucre - Forbes


With Bruce Springsteen's record-breaking Rialto residence as a template, recording artist Morrissey made his Broadway debut last week - and earned more money than almost any traditional musical on the docket.

Over seven performances, the English singer-songwriter grossed a whopping $1.88 million, with the average seat going for $186 a pop. The only shows on Broadway to rake in more were Hamilton ($3.13m) and The Lion King ($2.04m).

The stint, titled simply Morrissey, wasn't technically a song-and-dance musical. It was more of a straight concert in the vein of the singer's 40-year touring career, transplanted to Broadway's intimate Lunt-Fontanne Theatre. The gig is the first in a series called...