Johnny Marr, Mike Joyce, Noel Gallagher and Billy Duffy at Manchester City match @ Etihad Stadium (May 19, 2024)

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This is an interesting picture.

Screenshot posted by Famous when dead:

Morrissey Central "GILLESPIE MANIA" and "DANA GILLESPIE" (May 17, 2024)

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Spent The Day In Bed by Dana Gillespie has entered the official UK vinyl chart at number 3.

Apple Music's 100 Best Albums: "The Queen Is Dead" #66

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YouTube: "There Is A Light...” cover in 60s Outlaw Country style by Postmodern Jukebox ft. Ashley Campbell

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“There Is A Light That Never Goes Out” by The Smiths 60s Outlaw Country style cover by Postmodern Jukebox ft. Ashley Campbell.

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Morrissey attends Dana Gillespie And The London Blues Band at Crawdaddy Club, Richmond (May 10, 2024)

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Image & information courtesy of Michiyo via X.

Brendan Buckley drumming for Lol Tolhurst (The Cure) & Budgie (Siouxsie & the Banshees)- US tour in May / June

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I’m excited to be joining Lol Tolhurst, Budgie, and Jacknife Lee for their show tonight at the Casbah in San Diego. Drums, drums, drums!!! #curiouscreatures @LolTolhurst @cruelworldfest @curecreatures

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Manchester: It Never Rains (book by Gareth Ashton)

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I was recently given this book, which came out in 2019 (Empire Publications) which is the story of punk in Manchester as told by fans and key players on the scene who were there at the time.
Includes a few Morrissey mentions (disappointingly all referring to his name spelt as Stephen.....)

Carol O'Donnell (described as being early on the scene and lived with Pete Shelley)
'The first proper album I got was 'Hunky Dory'. I lived in Stretford and my mate was going out with Steve Morrissey and we used to go round to his house and it was him that got me into Bowie and Marc Bolan. After that 'A Portrait Of Donny' went out the window! This would have been around 1972/73. I remember he played 'Five Years' and I was like, Wow, and that was it, like you know? So I ended up begging him to play some more. One of my good mates was heavily into Gary Glitter, she absolutely adored him. He used to make my skin crawl, way before what we know about him now. She was also into the Bay City Rollers...

"Hidden By Rags" - vintage Smiths and Morrissey shirts; site mentions book and exhibition forthcoming

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In the early age of 80’s videos and flashy Brit-pop culture, the artwork that was featured on The Smiths record covers & promotional goods fell in stark contrast. Morrissey instead reached to figures that inspired his songwriting. Although obscure to much of his young following, The Smiths artwork paid homage to cult film stars, authors and imagery from sixties cinema and magazines. Much like the band’s name itself, there was a desire for anonymity which is represented in their simple text and subdued graphics. To the fans who connected to their lyrics that often spoke of isolation and a desire to belong. Wearing these t-shirts was a way to be a part of the ‘hidden by rags’ mentality that shied away from popular culture and opulence.

Displayed in this beautifully illustrated archive, this curated collection of vintage T-shirts from The Smiths & Morrissey offers a glimpse into the...

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