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Arts Extract Podcast Episode 67: Bigmouth Strikes Again

A wonderful live podcast celebrating Morrissey’s autobiography.

A wonderful live podcast celebrating Morrissey’s autobiography.


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In a live podcast recorded December 3, 2013 at The Frequency, we invite Jane Burns (Wisconsin State Journal), James Ackerman (WORT-FM’s Original Wilson Brothers show), and Chris Lay (Madison stand-up comic and all-around wag) to read aloud from and discuss Morrissey’s new book Autobiography upon its release in the States. Oh, and a random fella showed up with a guitar and hopped onstage to give us a nice cover of Moz’s solo track “Trouble Loves Me.” Bask in Morrissey’s score-settling, his takedown of the staff of Rough Trade, his sauna accident, his laments about albums that didn’t top the charts, his tale of caring for an injured bird, and more. Thanks a ton to The Frequency, our lovely panelists, A Room Of One’s Own, and everyone who came out. Also, for those listening at home, apologies for the occasionally rough audio.

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