|Name||Alain Gordon Whyte|
|Born||3 July 1967|
|Hometown||Camden, London, England|
|Associated Acts||Morrissey, Red Lightning, Johnny Panic,|
Tiger Army, Madonna, Rhianna,
Chris Brown, The Black Eyed Peas, Setting Fires
|Official Website||Alain Whyte|
Alain Whyte joined Morrissey's band in 1991 and was his main songwriter until 2009, penning over 80 songs during the span of their partnership and surpassing Johnny Marr as Morrissey's most prolific co-writer. Whyte co-wrote and/or performed on every Morrissey album from 1992's Your Arsenal to 2009's Years Of Refusal and also played lead guitar live with Morrissey from 1991 to 2004.
Over the years, Whyte has also performed with numerous other bands including his most recent project, Setting Fires. Other projects include Johnny Panic, The Motivators, Born Bad, The Memphis Sinners, The Memphis Flash, Crash Action, The Rugcutters, and Red Lightning.
Recently, Whyte has gone in a new direction writing for TV (Gossip Girl, Chuck, Without A Trace, Rescue Me), producing and writing for various projects.
- The Importance Of Being Morrissey - Channel 4 (June 8, 2003)
- Dublin, Ireland 2004-06-05 (Morrissey concert)
- Morrissey: Un dandy de camisa abierta - Clarín.com (Argentina) (December 2, 2018)
- Turning The Inside Out. - Morrissey Central (July 5, 2021)
- A Swallow On My Neck
- Action Man
- All The Lazy Dykes
- Alma Matters (single)
- Ambitious Outsiders
- America Is Not The World
- Because Of My Poor Education
- Best Friend On The Payroll
- Billy Budd
- Black-Eyed Susan
English guitarist, singer, and songwriter, born 3 July 1967.
Currently a member of Morrissey's band
Alain Gordon Whyte (pronounced Alan) (born 3 July 1967) is an English musician, songwriter, composer and singer. He was Morrissey's main songwriting partner and guitarist between 1991 and 2007.Prior to 1991, Whyte previously been in the bands Rugcutters, Red Lightning, Motivators, Born Bad and the Memphis Sinners. More recently, he has written for Madonna, Chris Brown, and the Black Eyed Peas, and others. He won an American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) pop award in 2013 for his work as a songwriter on Chris Brown's hit single "Don't Wake Me Up".