This week’s Morrissey news includes reports the singer was attacked by a dog, that he had concertgoers searched for illicit meat products and, finally, that he banned his apparent archenemy — no, not Mike Joyce, but, rather, the guy who runs the Morrissey-solo.com fansite — from attending his concerts ever again.
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Round-up of headlines from last week while we were on vacation, including news about Paul Westerberg, Echo & The Bunnymen, Depeche Mode, Front Line Assembly, Nine Inch Nails, Talking Heads’ Christ Frantz, Duran Duran and more.
Tweet This Thursday, Radio New Zealand will broadcast part of a concert staged last June by reformed indie heroes The Chills to celebrate the 25th […]
Photo by John Darwin Kurc Tweet The early-2000s lineup of Jane’s Addiction — with Chris Chaney manning the bass instead of original member Eric Avery […]
Gary Numan’s appearances at Nine Inch Nails’ final live gigs could lead to a studio collaboration with Trent Reznor, the synthpop pioneer told The […]
The expanded 2CD reissue of This is Big Audio Dynamite — the 1985 debut from Mick Jones’ post-Clash project, Big Audio Dynamite, which featured breakout […]
Pixies play Canada While fans await U.S. dates for the band’s Doolittle anniversary trek, the Pixies today announced their first North American concert in four […]
R.E.M. has set a June 23 release date for its Reckoning: Deluxe Edition, previously reported on here. According to the band’s press release, the second […]
Epic/Legacy will release an expanded reissue of the 1985 debut from Mick Jones’ terrific post-Clash project, Big Audio Dynamite, on Sept. 8, according to Pause […]
It didn’t seem to garner much attention, but after so much had been made about Brian Eno not performing with David Byrne on his current […]