Morrissey Names London 02 Gig Best Of Tour… Barclay Center? Not So Fast…
My patience with Morrissey has sure run its course, his cancelling the Barclay Center gig supposed to happen with one Cliff Richard last June was the last straw. The guy is a flake and a waste of time and I have better things to do with my life than buy tickets to gigs he can’t make it to.
So this off his website via gigwise sticks in my craw:
“What I may risk calling our best tour ever … has now ended, and my written words of thanks to all who came along to watch and listen are strong enough to burn a hole through the North Pole.
“It is gratifying to have so much support around the world, and the drone of my repetitive thanks could somehow never say enough.My devotional thanks to Boz Boorer, Jesse Tobias, Matthew Ira Walker, Gustavo Manzur and Mando Lopez.
“Panic – of course! – at Lyon (France) where we were suddenly without a bass player, but Mando appeared with wings – bigger than life, ready to eat fire… we were saved. He learned a complicated set of songs within a few days and suddenly we were boot camp ready to pick the tour up at Hannover.
“Very special thanks to those who travelled to a great number of the shows. I am continually humbled by such determination, and I scarcely know what to say by way of appreciation. Julia attended her 625th show at Istanbul, and I wonder if any living human has been to so many shows by the same artist or band? Documentarily, Julia’s will is more fascinating than that of Emmeline Pankhurst, Maud Gonne and Constance Markievicz combined.
Explosive thanks to the websites and magazines who have voted World peace is none of your business as the best album of 2014. We think so, too.
“Finally, thank you to Anna Calvi for opening our nights with such supreme Joan of Arc punch and finesse. The world is suddenly a new place.
“Yield to no one,
Istanbul, 19 December.”
Me. I thought World Peace Is None Of Your Business was OK, nothing special. Nobody noticed when it was taken off ITunes and Spotify.
Oh and here is Morrissey’s concerts on the tour that messed with his US fans big time by favorite:
1. London (England) 02 Arena
2. Dublin (Ireland) 3Arena
3. Belgrade (Serbia) Belexpocentar
4. Paris (France) Le Grand Rex
5. Helsinki (Finland) Finlandia, first night
6. Istanbul (Turkey) VW Arena
7. Krakow (Poland) Laznia Nowa
8. Vienna (Austria) Konzerthaus
9. Athens (Greece) Tae Kwon Do Arena
10. Lund (Sweden) Sparbanken Skåne Arena
11. Zagreb (Croatia) Zagreb Fair, Pavilion 9
12. Hannover (Germany) Capitol
13. Essen (Germany) Colosseum
14. Utrecht (Holland) TivoliVredenburg
15. Copenhagen (Denmark) Falconer
16. Bologna (Italy) Paladozza
17. Pescara (Italy) Pala Gpii