Seasick and docked from Vancouver, British Columbia
Despite a great body of work, Morrissey played mostly obscure songs and covers. It was unfortunate that after 22 years, he failed to play most of the songs we all grew up with and grew up with, checking out a little after an hour.
from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
ICONIC STAR SHINES BUT ONLY BRIEFLY
After waiting forever to check off this concert from my bucket list I was disappointed in the experience. Morrissey was clearly inebriated or ? The end of his performance was puzzling as a song began but was abruptly ended before the opening notes were completed. His constant stumbling on stage gave away his condition and his comments to the crowd were bizarre and confusing. His voice sounds great. .loved the background set and his band but wouldn't recommend the experience overall. I'm sure a sober set would have been fun but he clearly didn't want to be there.
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