Dodging the virus. Just come back from Venice, missed being quarantined for 2 weeks by a few days and going to the resort where 1,000 are on lock down in April. Hopefully lots of Vitamin D then.
I don't want to be around for stage 5.
I don't know much about him. I met him outside Great Yarmouth pier in 2009 as he was flashing his red flag, to which I launched into a, "f*** all, yer gonna win fucl all" chant.
Morrissey does not belong to them c***s, the murdering bastards.
I don't know Marr's stance on them but Morrissey liked them immediately when he saw them supporting The Sex Pistols in Manchester in 1977, he wrote to the NME regarding his experience and was clearly captivated by them. I can certainly see why Mozza is disappointed and a bit upset with this.
Johnny Marr definitely says in the SBS documentary, "personally, I thought all those groups were crap" just after the footage of Buzzcocks "what do I get" is shown.
I saw them live the night after Mozza played Hull last year at The Square in Harlow, Essex which is a tiny venue and clearly...
They dissed Mozza a couple of years back and I've disregarded them since but I'll give them a go as not much else to go for, heard some early stuff and wasn't captured. Regardless of my opinion, are they really of the stature to headline Reading and be second on the bill at Glasto?? I think not.
The Daily Mirror - please. Still using the "Heaven knows they're miserable now" line.
Moz has gone (certainly for England anyway) and last night I checked out the lineup for Glastonbury and Reading for this summer and I came to the overwhelming conclusion that it really is all over for music...
Re: Rare (previously unseen) early publicity photo of Morrissey
Well, he called Mozza a chump, says he ordered the biggest (and probably most offensive piece of meat to Morrissey) on the menu, namely duck and says he hoped the beak would still be on it. He also says he was very drunk...