Johnny Marr sat in on “Last Night I Dreamt That Somebody Loved Me,” which he recorded with the Smiths.
There are two ways to look at The Queen Is Dead, which turns 30 years old today...
The slinky, synth-heavy track will appear on the supergroup's debut effort, 'Science Agrees,' when it arrives in May.
With the Rock Hall inducting a new class on Friday, it's startling to realize Hall & Oates are on the inside while the Smiths are still on the outside looking in.
Former Smiths bassist Andy Rourke, Cranberries singer Dolores O'Riordan and producer Olé Koretsky will release their debut, 'Science Agrees,' later this spring.
British actor Jack Lowden will play Steven Patrick Morrissey in 'Steven,' an upcoming biopic about the enigmatic singer and former frontman of the Smiths.
Director John Hughes didn't just assemble a soundtrack for his '80s Brat Pack classic, he put together an alternative mix tape for the masses.
A fan uploaded a series of Smiths and Morrissey demos, including an early version of The Queen Is Dead''s “Never Had No One Ever.”
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame announced its 2016 class of inductees, and Nine Inch Nails and the Smiths did not make the cut.
“Without him there wouldn’t have been any Smiths,” Johnny Marr said in a statement.