London's premier three-piece rock outfit, Happyness recently covered the Smiths' 'There Is a Light.'
Shoulders slumped; gaze downcast: Can’t you just imagine the mopey yet beloved Charlie Brown muttering some of Morrissey’s most famous lines?
Johnny Marr previewed his U.S. tour by stopping by 'The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon' last night (Nov. 11).
There are several surprises in the public poll for the official nominees for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Class of 2015.
The 2015 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nominees have been announced, and the roster is stacked with some of the biggest artists of our generation -- like Green Day, Nine Inch Nails, and finally, the Smiths.
According to an interview with 'El Mundo,' a Spanish newspaper, the Smiths frontman and known animal activist, Morrissey, has had four cancer scares on top of his other recent health issues.
One of the founders of the Smiths -- synonymous with sullen, gloomy songs -- said he doesn't care for the 'weedy, mopey' music prevalent today.
We may never know the answer to the question, 'How Soon is Now?,' but thanks to former Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr, we do know how close their classic single came to lacking its trademark riff.
This much we know: Morrissey enjoys Richard Attenborough, Lauren Bacall, the Ramones and posting curmudgeonly rants online, but he doesn't seem all that fond of much else.
Turns out Morrissey is only one of the least reliable sources for Morrissey news.