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Morrissey Announces North American Tour Dates

(Radio.com) Morrissey has announced that he will be hitting the road for a run of tour dates for the fall. The trek includes two previously-scheduled Hollywood Bowl shows with Billy Idol.

The former The Smiths singer recently announced a new album Low in High School, which is due out November 17, and he shared its first single, "Spent the Day in Bed."

The tour is scheduled to begin on October 31st in Portland, OR at the Schnitzer Concert Hall and the final announced date takes place on December 7th in Boston, MA at Orpheum Theatre. See all of the dates here.


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