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LC control no.n 91116097
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationML420.M635 Biography
Personal name headingMorrissey
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Variant(s)Morrissey, Steven Patrick
See alsoCorporate body: Nosebleeds (Musical group)
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Corporate body: Smiths (Musical group)
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Other standard no.Q202246
Associated countryEngland
Great Britain
LocatedManchester (England)
Birth date1959-05-22
Place of birthDavyhulme (England)
Field of activityAlternative rock music
AffiliationSmiths (Musical group)
Nosebleeds (Musical group)
Profession or occupationSingers
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Found inHis Bona drag [SR] p1990: label (Morrissey)
Guinness encyc. pop. mus., 1992 (Morrissey; b. Steven Patrick Morrissey, May 22, 1959, Manchester, England)
Wikipedia, Dec. 21, 2012: (Morrissey; Steven Patrick Morrissey (born 22 May 1959), known as Morrissey, is an English singer and lyricist. He rose to prominence in the 1980s as the lyricist and vocalist of the band The Smiths; born on 22 May 1959 at Park Hospital in Davyhulme, Lancashire, England; raised in inner-city Manchester; genres: alternative rock, indie rock, indie pop; occupations: singer-songwriter, lyricist, musician)
Discogs WWW site, August 28, 2014: The Nosebleeds (The Nosebleeds; punk band formed in Wythenshawe, Manchester, England in 1976 under the name of Wild Ram; early in 1977 name changed to Ed Banger and The Nosebleeds with Edmund 'Ed Banger' Garrity, vocals; Vincent 'Vini' Reilly, guitar; Phillip 'Toby' Tomanov, drums; and Pete Crooks, bass; in late 1977 Billy Duffy replaced Vini Reilly and Morrissey replaced Ed Banger and the name was shortened to The Nosebleeds; the band performed at the Ritz and a Rabid Records benefit before dissolving in May of 1978)
Associated languageeng
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