October 17, 2013 1 min read
As a devout Anglophile, I'm a sucker for the entire Manchester music scene, from Joy Division and the Smiths to the Stone Roses and Oasis, not only for the music but the effortless, pared down style of icons like Ian Curtis and Morrissey. So it's no surprise that I've been readying the DVD player for the release of the new concert doc Morrissey 25: Live. It celebrates his quarter century as a solo performer with an intimate show he played in March at Hollywood High School on the heels of his soldout gig at LA's Staples Center. I'd seen him just two months prior at Port Chester's Capitol Theatre—my fifth Morrissey concert—and there's no denying, when Moz starts crooning everyday is, indeed, like Sunday.