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WEDDING BELL BLUES 45.


Morrissey's "Wedding Bell Blues" single receives its first UK airplay on April 8th at 11:15 AM on the Ken Bruce Show (Radio 2, UK).
The B-side of the 45 is "I Thought You Were Dead", written by Morrissey and Jesse Tobias, recorded in Italy.

https://www.morrisseycentral.com/messagesfrommorrissey/wedding-bell-blues-45

Regards,
FWD.
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Tom writes:

Boz Boorer will be playing a special one-night only gig in Brooklyn on March 29th at Gran Torino. Boz will be backed by Laura and Brian From Screamin’ Rebel Angels on Bass and Guitar, and by Bobby Moller on drums. The Dixon’s and John Howie Jr. will be on the bill as well, and Tom Ferrie from Maker Park Radio’s Nowhere Fast Show will be spinning vinyl between sets.

Boz will also be selling records and drinking beer at the Maker Park Radio Record Fair at Flagship brewery on a Staten Island on March 30th!
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https://www.morrisseycentral.com/messagesfrommorrissey/morning-starship

Morning Starship.

March 20, 2019

Morrissey's single Morning Starship is available tomorrow - Wednesday 20 March, on iTunes and Spotify. It is a cover version of the song written and released by Jobriath in 1974. It is also the first track on Morrissey's California Son album, released on 24 May.

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Link posted by joe frady:


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Morrissey spotted getting into Mini with bumper sticker of his OWN FACE - Manchester Evening News
Is it really so strange?

Excerpt:

It takes a bold man to be driven around in a car with a bumper sticker of his own face.

It appears Morrissey is indeed that man.

The ex-Smiths frontman was seen out and about in Hale Barns on Thursday.

He popped into Booths for a few bits and bobs with a pal, according to shoppers.

Moz was pictured getting out of a white Mini Cooper convertible before going inside the store.

He returned with his mate with bags of groceries and cat litter.

It was all rather mundane.

What had onlookers smiling was the bumper sticker on the car.

Showing a younger Morrissey in an England t-shirt, it read: "I only swerve for Morrissey."

"The bumper sticker was absolutely brilliant," one person said.

"It was very Morrissey."...