Morrissey Nixes Scheduled Concert at Chicago Riot Fest This Fall, Celebrates 57th Birthday

Buzz 19:00PM EDT

Morrissey, the influential English singer who turned 57 yesterday, has reportedly cancelled his previously-announced appearance at this fall's Riot Fest in Chicago. News of the cancellation was issued by the artist today via website True to You.READ MORE

Morrissey performs at the V Festival In Hylands Park on August 20, 2006 in Chelmsford, England.

Morrissey Biopic Movie 'Steven' Announced, Jack Lowden Cast as The Smiths Frontman

Buzz 10:57AM EDT

Fans of the seminal pop-rock band The Smiths are sure to be excited about a new biopic movie project announced earlier this week, focusing on iconic frontman Morrissey. Entitled Steven, the songwriter's first name, this film project is set to focus on the singer's teenage years leading up to meeting Smith's co-founder Johnny Marr and starting the band in 1982. In other words, we get a great glimpse into the part of Morrissey's life that influenced some of your favorite Smiths songs. The BBC's War and Peace miniseries star Jack Lowden has been cast in the title role.READ MORE

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Supreme Responds to Morrissey's Allegations Regarding Clothing Advertisement

Buzz 12:11PM EDT

Supreme clothing has responded to Morrissey's allegations regarding the unapproved use of his image in a new clothing advertisement, his feelings for which the former Smiths singer recently expressed via his fan site True to You.READ MORE


Morrissey Models in Supreme Clothing Ad, Feels Shame Over White Castle Sponsorship

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An advertisement for Supreme clothing has been popping up in Japan and France featuring Morrissey as the model wearing the brand's signature white t-shirt, but it has now become apparent that The Smiths singer feels shame over the fact that the company is sponsored by White Castle.READ MORE

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Henry Rollins Removes 'Very Intelligent' Morrissey from Kill List, But Two People Remain

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In a new interview, ex-Black Flag frontman Henry Rollins has retracted some previous comments he had made about former The Smiths singer Morrissey, who he now refers to as "very intelligent," updating his apparent existing kill list.READ MORE

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Morrissey Site Releases Rare Demos, Acoustic Smiths Songs [LISTEN]

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One of the Morrissey fan sites, to which the singer occasionally contributes, has revealed a handful of rare demos and acoustic recordings of songs by The Smiths, thanks to one of its users.READ MORE

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Morrissey Claims Universal Halted Reissue of Paris Song in Wake of Attacks

Buzz 12:55PM EDT

Former Smiths singer Morrissey is back in the news, this time claiming that Universal Records,who has since denied the accusation, thwarted his plans to reissue his 2009 single "I'm Throwing My Arms Around Paris" in the wake of the recent terrorist attacks in Paris.READ MORE


Morrissey Fights Against Bad Reviews of New Fiction Novel, 'List Of The Lost's,' Sex Scenes

Buzz 21:54PM EDT

Morrissey is fighting back against bad reviews and overall criticism of his debut fiction novel, 'List Of The Lost', stating that they are "an attack against me as a human being." The book, which tells the story of a demonized relay team, is the singer/songwriter's second book, the first of which was his official memoir plainly titled 'Autobiography', which was released in October of 2013. Criticism against the book mainly points out the sex scenes, which many think were poorly written.READ MORE

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Morrissey Says Seal-Killing Canadian Fisheries Minister Gail Shea Is "78% Pork Girth"

Buzz 18:22PM EDT

Outspoken animal activist, Morrissey, is at it again with a brutal new post to his fan site, True To You, this time reigniting his scorn for the recently defeated Canadian Fisheries Minister Gail Shea and commenting on her "78% pork girth."READ MORE

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Australia Defends Plan to Kill Millions of Feral Cats In Reply to Morrissey

Buzz 12:51PM EDT

Australian officials have written a letter in response to Morrissey's open criticism of their plan to kill millions of feral cats in order to protect threatened species, and they still think they're right.READ MORE


Morrissey's Debut Novel 'List Of The Lost' Set For UK September Publication

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A familiar name in the news as of late, Morrissey, the famed front man of the prolific 80s outfit The Smiths, announced the forthcoming publication date for his debut novel. Set to hit shelves in the UK next month, the son and heir's book is titled 'List Of The Los't via Penguin Books. Much like with the performer's 'Autobiography' (which was given Penguin Classics status upon first printing), the US publication date for his novel has yet to be determined but will most likely occur in the fall.READ MORE


Morrissey Urges Fans at FYF Fest Not to Vote for Donald Trump

Buzz 19:07PM EDT

Headliner at this year's FYF Festival and recent guest on 'Larry King Now,' Steven Patrick Morrissey, fondly known as Moz by his adoring fans, used the stage as a bully pulpit and pleaded his audience to not vote for Donald Trump in the forthcoming US Presidential election.READ MORE


Morrissey Talks Depression, GOP, Obama on 'Larry King Now,' Performs "Kiss Me A Lot"

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The renowned son and heir of Manchester, aka Steven Patrick Morrissey, sat down for an intimate interview with legendary Larry King for the 'Larry King Now' show. A rare occasion for the ex-front man and lyricist of the 1980s outfit The Smiths, the interview gave an in-depth glimpse into the singer-songwriter's thoughts on topics ranging from Donald Trump and the GOP to more personal matters like his struggle with depression and his recent allegations of sexual assault at the hands of TSA officer.READ MORE


Morrissey Shares Unreleased Demos from 'Years of Refusal'

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Morrissey, the famed lead singer of The Smiths, shared previously unreleased demos from 2009's 'Years of Refusal' earlier this week through the fan site, True To You.READ MORE

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Ryan Adams Plans to Cover Taylor Swift's '1989' in the Style of The Smiths

Buzz 15:13PM EDT

Singer-songwriter Ryan Adams shared details on his forthcoming project to cover Taylor Swift's 1989 in the style of Manchester's The Smiths. Revealing a behind the scene glimpse into the project via Instagram, Adams captioned his latest creative endeavor as "1989 as played by The Smiths." Featuring well-loved tracks like "Style," "Welcome To New York," and "Blank Space," it can be presumed that Adams' revamp of her recordbreaking release will only increase the pop star's already monolithic appeal.READ MORE

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