It is well known that The Smith’s legendary frontman Morrissey believes that Meat is Murder, and now Manchester’s most famous veggie has been recreated using nothing but greens, to celebrate World Vegetarian Day on October 1.
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Morrissey does not owe his fans anything. Nevertheless, many will be devastated to hear that the singer has announced that he knows it’s over as far as UK gigs are concerned.
Morrissey may not have a stitch to wear but paper dolls of The Smiths’ frontman – created by a mega fan and available online – come complete with a range of outfits, including a special Christmas number.
Tonight is a big night for a small group of Mexican musicians who’ve just arrived in the city – that’s because they’ll be playing Latin American Morrissey covers to a packed out Gorilla crowd in the Smiths’ frontman’s home city.
Smiths former guitarist Johnny Marr has pledged to make a new run of a limited edition vinyl Record Store Day cover after discovering hawkers selling his single for inflated prices on eBay.
Manchester music legend Johnny Marr recently revealed that the city’s 25-storey CIS building provided the unlikely inspiration for a love song that featured on his recent solo album.
Cult Manchester punk band Slaughter and the Dogs could be reunited in their original line-up for a one-off gig… if a mega-fan has his way.
Mozza was on top form, both harmonically and politically, from his first swish of the microphone cable to his last.
Music icon Morrissey hasn’t included Manchester on his upcoming UK tour despite him not playing in his home city for nearly two and a half years.
Smiths front man Morrissey has been turned into a range of knitted dolls