Having just published his tell-all Autobiography, the Boy With the Pen in His Hand is now eyeing other literary endeavors, as well as a new solo album.
Fans in Sweden were treated to Europe’s only Autobiography book signing event, with over 500 fans from around the world lining up (some for more than 30 hours) for the author to pen his signature in a copy.
Under the heading “The World Won’t Listen” (cribbed from the title of a 1987 Smiths compilation album), first in his sights is Melissa Bachman, who recently sparked outrage after posting a photo with a male lion she killed on a hunt in South Africa.
In an interview with Brooklyn Vegan, Marr talked about the likelihood of putting pen to paper and telling his side of the Smiths storied history. Turns out it’s pretty much a done deal.
“He has been there all of my life. He will always be pressed to my heart. Thank God for those, like Lou, who move within their own laws, otherwise imagine how dull the world would be.”
Like most things in his life these days, Morrissey’s autobiography, Autobiography, has been a struggle. Not only has he been talking about it for years, the book was due out last month
Amid a flurry of negative sentiments regarding the death of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher on Monday (April 8), Annie Lennox took to her Facebook page to chime in on the controversial historical figure.
As Morrissey continues his domination of the music press this month, he tops even himself in his latest showing of good humor and theatrics.
[lastfm]Morrissey[/lastfm] has ignited yet another racism row following some emotional comments towards the Chinese during an interview. The outspoken former [lastfm]Smiths[/lastfm] frontman was being interviewed by the poet Simon Armitage for the Guardian Weekend magazine […]
[lastfm]Morrissey[/lastfm] is planning to release a remastered version of his 1988 hit song “Everyday Is Like Sunday” on September 26.