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Alternative rocker Morrissey led the charge for popular 80s band The Smiths and has spearheaded a successful solo tour that has lasted nearly two decades! As a solo artist, Morrissey has charted high with singles like “The Last of the Famous International Playboys,” “The More You Ignore Me, the Closer I Get,” and “Tomorrow.” Don't miss your chance to see Morrissey perform LIVE! Buy your Morrissey tickets now!
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Morrissey Concert Tickets

As the lead singer of The Smiths, Morrissey became one of the most iconic musicians of the last 30 years. Now, the English songwriter is among the most influential performers in the world, and Morrissey tickets remain as popular as they ever have been.

Morrissey first rose to prominence with The Smiths in the 1980s, thanks to the release of now classic albums such as their 1984 self-titled debut and the 1986 hit The Queen Is Dead. However, despite their success, there was inner discord between The Smiths and they broke up in 1987 leaving Morrissey to pursue his solo career, a move that would prove to be a smart one.

Morrissey did not wait long to get the wheels in motion on his solo career, releasing his debut effort less than a year after his last record with The Smiths. Already established as a force of his own, Morrissey took to the tour circuit with Melissa Ferrick and Phranc, also sharing stages with Lou Reed and other entrenched artists. In the 25-plus years since, he has managed to maintain an impressively high level of consistent quality, with his 2009 album Years of Refusal a critical favorite.

Whether fans of The Smiths or of his solo career, it's hard to deny the impact Morrissey has had on the pop music world.