Morrissey postpones two more US live dates

Dates in Baltimore and Washington affected by singer's ill health

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Morrissey has postponed two more live shows on his US tour.

The singer was recently forced to postpone two live dates and today (June 10) it has been reported that further shows in Baltimore and Washington will also be rearranged as the singer is given time to recover from his bout of ill health.

A note on the 9:30 Club's Facebook page (via Stereogum) states that gigs at Baltimore’s Meyerhoff Symphony Hall tonight (June 10) and Washington, DC’s Lincoln Theater tomorrow have both been postponed, with June 24 and 25 the respective dates for the rearranged shows.

Morrissey's upcoming LP 'World Peace Is None Of Your Business' will be released later this year on July 14. He is currently streaming the song 'Earth Is The Loneliest Planet' from the record.



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