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Morrissey tickets bring the social justice advocate to a stage near you. With a background in literature, a former job as a Punk-band frontman, and outspoken politician, Morrissey’s biography reads more like that of Henry Rollins than Justin Timberlake. Still, the former leader of The Smiths has become one of the most influential Pop singers in history and an icon in his native Britain.
With classics like “Everyday is Like Sunday” and “Irish Blood, English Heart” in his songbook and a few decades of touring experience, Morrissey is ready to take his brand of Pop to the world in 2012. Order your Morrissey tickets from OnlineTickets.com today!
Growing up as a child in the UK of 1960s and 1970s, Morrissey was exposed to the clash of cultures between British Pop and the thundering Punk scene. A student of music, Morrissey managed to take pieces of both and bring them into his own style. Mixing the outspoken rage and energy of Punk with the smooth stylings of Pop, Morrissey produced a sound that would take Britain by storm and cultivate a rabid fan base in the United States as well.
Morrissey first gained international fame with Alternative band The Smiths. After numerous hit singles and albums, The Smiths broke up but Morrissey stayed in the spotlight. Allowed to be his own man, Morrissey penned all the tracks on his debut album Viva Hate and struck gold with singles “Suedehead” and “Everyday is Like Sunday”. Political piece “Margaret on the Guillotine” was not a single, but the surrounding press made Morrissey an infamous, and therefore famous, star in the UK. Morrissey would have a love-hate relationship with the press after that.
The 1992 Morrissey album Your Arsenal was seen by many fans as the best work in Morrissey’s career as it focused not on singles but on overall quality and controversial content. Morrissey swung for the fences with following album Vauxhall and I and hit a homerun with single “The More You Ignore Me the Closer I Get”. Toward the end of the 1990s, Morrissey grew tired of the tour-write-record-tour cycle and dropped out of sight after the success of single “Alma Matters” and album Maladjusted.
Morrissey returned in 2004 with a vengeance thanks to acclaimed platinum album You Are the Quarry and single “Irish Blood, English Heart”. The media and the world were again infatuated with Morrissey, and the enigmatic star was bigger than ever. Newest Morrissey album Years of Refusal dropped in early 2009 and Morrissey launched a worldwide comeback tour. After an extended hiatus, Morrissey is back on the road in 2012 with an international tour that hits Europe and America. Get your pass to see this international superstar when you order your Morrissey tickets from OnlineTickets.com today!