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The Late Late Show

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Television Show
Host Craig Kilborn
Craig Ferguson
Filmed
Years Active
Associated Acts Morrissey
Official Website


Morrissey Appearances

2002

On 12 September, 2002, Morrissey appeared on The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn. This appearance featured an interview as well as performances of First Of The Gang To Die and Everyday Is Like Sunday. The later song was shown on 13 September, 2002.

Interview: First Of The Gang To Die: Everyday Is Like Sunday:

2004

Morrissey was scheduled to appear on The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn for five consecutive nights beginning 24 May and concluding 28 May. On 24 May it was reported that the appearances had been canceled.[1]

Morrissey appeared on The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn on both 22 and 23 July, 2004. On 22 July he performed First Of The Gang To Die[2] and on 23 July he performed I Have Forgiven Jesus.[3]

First Of The Gang To Die: I Have Forgiven Jesus:

On 26 August, 2004, Morrissey again appeared on The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn and performed Let Me Kiss You.[4]


2008

On 18 April, 2008 it was announced that Morrissey would be making two appearances on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson on 28 & 29 April, 2008.[5]

On 28 April, 2008, Morrissey and his band appeared on the show and performed All You Need Is Me.[6] They appeared again the following night and performed Irish Blood, English Heart.[6]

All You Need Is Me: Irish Blood, English Heart:

References And Notes

  1. Information provided by Morrissey Solo Cancelation
  2. Information provided by Morrissey Solo Post Show
  3. Information provided by Morrissey Solo Post Show
  4. Information provided by Morrissey Solo Post Show
  5. Information provided by SF Weekly
  6. 6.0 6.1 Information provided by Morrissey Solo Post Show