Morrissey was in Norway this week to perform for at the Nobel Peace Prize concert. The all-star concert also featured Jake Bugg, Mary J. Blige and James Blunt.
Homeland star Claire Danes was a host of the event and introduced Morrissey’s performance.
Morrissey, Festival Hall, Melbourne, Photo By Ros O’Gorman[/caption]With all of the social commentary and upheaval created by Morrissey, it would seem that he would be one of the last singers to represent the Nobel Peace Prize but, nonetheless, he performed at the 2013 Nobel Peace Prize Concert on Wednesday in Oslo, Norway.
Morrissey was introduced by Claire Danes and Aaron Eckhart and performed People Are the Same Everywhere, Satellite of Love and Irish Blood, English Heart.
Watch Morrissey perform at the Nobel Peace Prize concert
Morrissey recently released his life story in the book ‘Autiobiography’ by Stephen Patrick Morrissey.
Morrissey ‘Autobiography’ topped the UK best sellers list in October selling 34,918 copies in its first week.
Here is how Morrissey describes Manchester, the city where he grew up
“More brittle and less courteous than anywhere else on earth, Manchester is the old fire wheezing its last, where we all worry ourselves soulless, forbidden to be romantic. The dark stone of the terraced houses is black with soot, and the house is a metaphor for the soul because beyond the house there is nothing, and there are scant communications to keep track of anyone should they leave it. You bang the door behind you and you may be gone forever, or never seen again, oh untraceable you.”
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