Throwing out his own fans – has Morrissey finally lost it? by Stephen Kelly - The Guardian Music Blog
After a 5,000-mile trip from LA to Copenhagen, a Morrissey fansite owner was looking forward to seeing his favourite artist in concert. Instead he was refused entry and given a lifetime ban
Update 6:31 PT:
Morran mentions an update to the article on hd.se - Morrissey decided to cancel the show, the promoter wanted it to go ahead as gigs in the rain have been played on the same stage without any major problems.
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Once, pop buzzed with energy. Now, that momentum has been overwhelmed by its past, fueled by reissues, revivals and recycling. Here's hoping a massive jolt reshapes music's future.
As the 2000s proceeded, the interval between something happening and its being revisited seemed to shrink insidiously. The reissue industry's tentacles have already reached the late '90s, with box sets and remastered/expanded versions of minimal techno, Britpop and even Morrissey's lamest run of solo albums. As for revivals, the music scene mostly abided by the 20-Year Rule of Revivalism: The '80s were in for pretty much the entire 2000s. Then, right on cue, from last year onward you started to see glimpses of '90s revivalism, with the rise...