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I hadn't heard of them until pointed in their direction by a Facebook link.

Anyway, the PS22 Chorus have done a great cover version of Please Please Please Let Me Get What I Want. It's on their Blogspot page, but the Youtube link is as follows:





From the blogspot post:

On a whim at rehearsal today, I decided to try this song (one of my favorite songs from high school) on the PS22 Chorus, and what a perfect fit! This is "Please, Please, Please, Let Me Get What I Want" by The Smiths!

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UK dates - true-to-you.net
7 May 2011

Morrissey will play the following UK concerts:

Tuesday 5 July STOKE Victoria Hall
Thursday 7 July LEEDS Academy
Friday 8 July MIDDLESBROUGH Town Hall

Please see venue websites for ticket availability.

Opening at Stoke will be ALL THE YOUNG, opening at Leeds will be THE HEARTBREAKS, opening at Middlesbrough will be KRISTEEN YOUNG.

Morrissey's band for all 2011 dates are Boz Boorer, Jesse Tobias, Solomon Walker, Matt Walker and Gustavo Manzur.
An anonymous person writes:

Check out Josh Caterer of Smoking Popes and Nina Diaz of Girl In A Coma covering Please Please Please last night at Webster Hall studio..they are on tour together. It was an amazing show! The video is at facebook.com/girlinacoma.​

DaKe writes:

4 gigs in Scandinavia but no Stockholm...

11 juli - Copenhagen, Operaen
13 juli - Aarhus, Voxhall
14 juli - Helsingborg, Sundspärlan
16 juli - Hultsfred, Hultsfredsfestivalen

Tickets for the Helsingborg gig was released today via http://www.eventim.se costs 485:- SEK

Tickets for the Hultsfredfestival is available via the festivals webpage http://www.hultsfredsfestivalen.se

Tickets for the concert in Copenhagen will be released the 10th of may from http://www.billetnet.dk and for the gig in Aarhus the 10th of may from http://www.ebillet.dk


Info also posted in the forum thread:

To Hultsfred Festival, Sweden in July
Len Brown writes:

...My updated, improved (god knows so much cosmetic surgery was essential) repaired, revised, repackaged version of Meetings with Morrissey is now being published in F-F-F-French (!) by Camion Blanc on May 15th 2011. It's been re-titled You Know I Couldn't Last - Entretiens Avec Len Brown. No doubt all serious critical journalists will review it as Excretions With Len Brown so I may as well get the crap pun in first!​

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An anonymous person writes that Morrissey has signed with the William Morris Endeavor talent agency today.
Pete Paphides has just revealed (via twitter) that he turned down a Moz interview this year...

@petepaphides
May 3


I was offered a Morrissey i/view this yr. Glad I said no. It doesn't occur to him that most of us are as reluctant to meet him as he is us.


I'm sure everyone is as gutted as I am? :rolleyes: