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    Morrissey Atlantic City – Revel Ovation Hall June 6th, 2014

    Event: Indie Rock Pioneer Morrissey
    Venue: Revel Ovation Hall
    Date: June 6th, 2014
    To Purchase Morrissey Tickets: Click here or call 1-866-881-5373.

    The iconic Morrissey comes back to Atlantic City on June 6th, 2014 to perform his classic hits from his time as part of The Smiths as well as his current material live at Revel Ovation Hall. Morrissey will be in Atlantic City for just one night only, so don’t delay and get your tickets now!

    Morrissey is routinely referred to as an influential artist, both in his solo career and with the Smiths. The BBC has referred to him as “one of the most influential figures in the history of British pop”, and the NME named The Smiths the “most influential artist ever” in a 2002 poll, topping The Beatles. A Los Angeles Times critic wrote that Morrissey created the mold for modern indie rock and that many bands playing at the Coachella Music and Arts Festival would not sound even remotely the same without his influence. Over the years Morrissey has been known as the man who more or less invented indie and an artist who is a walking model of indie culture.

    Morrissey has criticised singers such as Madonna, Elton John, and George Michael, claiming that their lyrics are pointless and are more interested in being celebrities than in their music. He has also had disagreements with The Cure’s Robert Smith. Neil Tennant of the Pet Shop Boys wrote two songs inspired by Morrissey’s public stereotyping as miserable and unloveable called “Getting Away with It” and “Miserablism”.

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