Morrissey Wows Hollywood
The sold out Hollywood show was filmed for an upcoming concert movie DVD, but Morrissey didn't let his over-eager, stage-invading fans ruin the evening, often chuckling as they found clever ways to get as close to their hero as possible.
The Brit, who called himself "an old harpsichord that nobody ever plays" during the show, performed a string of new tunes, as well as solo classics such as Everyday Is Like Sunday and First Of The Gang To Die and Smiths favorites How Soon Is Now, Girlfriend In A Coma and The Boy With A Thorn In His Side.
He ended the two-encore show by ripping off his shirt for a second time following a stirring performance of Smiths classic There Is A Light That Never Goes Out.
And the spectacle of a filled Hollywood Bowl wasn't lost on the singer, who announced his gratitude to fans who had stuck by him since his last show there.
Prior to his arrival on stage, Morrissey treated fans to a slideshow of his heroes and heroines in action - with vintage and rare footage of the New York Dolls, Brigitte Bardot, Alan Bates and James Dean in action beamed onto a large screen. The James Dean footage was from a silent wardrobe fitting sequence from the tragic actor's East of Eden movie.
-The Smiths Pictures
(This news article provided by World Entertainment News Network)
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