Morrissey Central IG: Salt Lake City & Denver (Nov. 22, 23) cancelled due to band illness (November 22, 2022)



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marred

Member
Boz Boorer once played a tour with a fractured arm, and I also recall him on stage with a surgical mask for a few dates years back. That's the right mentality.
How is playing with cast on your arm and a mask on another occasion the right mentality? We don't know how sick the band member is or what he has for that matter. Plenty of morons wear masks even when they're not sick so wtf would a mask worn have anything to do with it having the right attitude? You know very well if someone has the coof a mask or a vaccine won't do shit so this could be why the gigs are cancelled.
 

Tibby

Morrissey Lover
I feel bad for the folks that have to miss these shows. It sucks because of how much we love Moz and the band. They can't help it if they get sick it`s not their fault. There are a lot of nasty bugs around at the moment. I can understand being disappointed though.
 
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Littlechinagirl

Guest
It is a shock to see that there isn’t a physician that tours with M given all the health issues the group has suffered in recent years.
 

marred

Member
It is a shock to see that there isn’t a physician that tours with M given all the health issues the group has suffered in recent years.
It's more than likely a virus considering this time of year. What exactly do you suggest a physician should do to treat a virus? Top them up with some more vaccine that doesn't work? Smother them in masks? Or perhaps wheel the sick band members out on stage in a bed so they can rest up and wait it out while shaking a tambourine?
 
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KP3

Guest
I hope that's oat milk. I think the band is vegan.
Unless the definition of vegan has changed, the band is definitely not vegan.

Not sure about Bass Guy & Drummer Boy but everyone else is not vegan, including Mozzie.

Jesse - never misses a chance to eat sushi, even has his photo on a wall at a local Japanese in LA (no joke) and frequents a sushi place in Silver Lake very often (and yes consumes more than veggie rolls).
Alain - loves burgers & breakfast food (eggs, bacon, etc).
Morrissey - pasta, hold the garlic and onions, but the egg in the noodle is fine and never asked about while ordering.
Gus - likes his chicken and beef.
 

SuedeMoz

Well-Known Member
It's more than likely a virus considering this time of year. What exactly do you suggest a physician should do to treat a virus? Top them up with some more vaccine that doesn't work? Smother them in masks? Or perhaps wheel the sick band members out on stage in a bed so they can rest up and wait it out while shaking a tambourine?
Yes, if it's the flu that's been going around (not COVID) there's nothing to do but get rest and have it run its course. It could very well result in more than 2 shows being canceled. Of course, we hope it's something less severe and they'll be back at it sooner.
 
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Littlechinagirl

Guest
It's more than likely a virus considering this time of year. What exactly do you suggest a physician should do to treat a virus? Top them up with some more vaccine that doesn't work? Smother them in masks? Or perhaps wheel the sick band members out on stage in a bed so they can rest up and wait it out while shaking a dildo.

Yes, that is a fine suggestion.
 

Light Housework

looking forward to Friday karaoke as usual
Unless the definition of vegan has changed, the band is definitely not vegan.

Not sure about Bass Guy & Drummer Boy but everyone else is not vegan, including Mozzie.

Jesse - never misses a chance to eat sushi, even has his photo on a wall at a local Japanese in LA (no joke) and frequents a sushi place in Silver Lake very often (and yes consumes more than veggie rolls).
Alain - loves burgers & breakfast food (eggs, bacon, etc).
Morrissey - pasta, hold the garlic and onions, but the egg in the noodle is fine and never asked about while ordering.
Gus - likes his chicken and beef.
I had no idea there could be egg in pasta.
 
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Cranberry Sauce

Guest
It was irresponsible for the band members to be hanging out with fans and posing with them. They probably caught one or more of the 3 viruses circulating. They should have a strict virus protocol, no meeting fans, mask wearing inside the venue except on stage, lots of air circulation.
 

SeniorLife

To be finished, would be a relief.
Unrelated to the cancellation, but referencing FWD’s original reposting of Alain’s post…I really like Alain. He comes off as, as well as probably is, a very personable man. I felt bad for him when his back went awry…I saw I show maybe in ’97? when his back was bothering him.
Also, Alain referencing Mormons; being one myself, Morrissey has always had a very strong following among Mormons, more so than The Smiths. Salt Lake is usually on the list of cities on a US tour and I saw him there with my boy some years back. In between songs I yelled ‘Neal Cassidy Drops Dead’ and soon found my son standing 10 ft from me.

Be well all…
 

Famous when dead

Vulgarian
Moderator
Morrissey Cancels Tour Dates Due to Illness

'We will take a moment to restore and recover': Morrissey disappoints US fans AGAIN after cancelling two state-side shows due to 'band illness' - days after abandoning LA gig
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Anonymous

Guest
Unless the definition of vegan has changed, the band is definitely not vegan.

Not sure about Bass Guy & Drummer Boy but everyone else is not vegan, including Mozzie.

Jesse - never misses a chance to eat sushi, even has his photo on a wall at a local Japanese in LA (no joke) and frequents a sushi place in Silver Lake very often (and yes consumes more than veggie rolls).
Alain - loves burgers & breakfast food (eggs, bacon, etc).
Morrissey - pasta, hold the garlic and onions, but the egg in the noodle is fine and never asked about while ordering.
Gus - likes his chicken and beef.
Restraining order
 
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Anonymous

Guest
It was irresponsible for the band members to be hanging out with fans and posing with them. They probably caught one or more of the 3 viruses circulating. They should have a strict virus protocol, no meeting fans, mask wearing inside the venue except on stage, lots of air circulation.
Sounds like a fun way to live
 
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