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“I like rehearsing; I always did. It keeps me connected to a philosophy and ethic I have from when I started out as a teenager. Ironically, the band that rehearsed very little was The Smiths.”

Chatting with English rock icon Johnny Marr before his Las Vegas return

May 16th, 2019

“I like rehearsing; I always did. It keeps me connected to a philosophy and ethic I have from when I started out as a teenager. Ironically, the band that rehearsed very little was The Smiths.”

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