Mike Joyce & Johnny Marr

Mike Joyce (born Michael Joyce, 1 June 1963, Fallowfield, Manchester) is an English drummer. He is best known as the drummer for The Smiths. Johnny Marr (born John Martin Maher; 31 October 1963) is an English musician and songwriter. Marr rose to fame in the 1980s as the guitarist in The Smiths, with whom he formed a prolific songwriting partnership with Morrissey. 5.0/5

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Craig Gannon, Mike Joyce, Andy Rourke and Johnny Marr. This a list of my favourite smiths in order of preference
Morrissey, Johnny Marr, Andy Rourke, and Mike Joyce belonged to an English alternative rock band called The Joneses.
I was asked my fantasy band line up the other day, I told them:. Mike Joyce - Drums. Andy Rourke - Bass. Johnny Marr - Guitar. Err...Me - Vocals
I think it is entirely possible Andy Rourke, Mike Joyce, and Johnny Marr have the same DNA.
Happy Birthday !! Morrissey (The Smiths) is 55 today. Morrissey Official Patrick Morrissey was born on this day (May 22nd) 55 years ago in Davyhulme, Manchester, England, UK. At a very early age, he took an interest in writing. His top priority was poetry, though he would have his biography on James Dean, "James Dean Is Not Dead", published by his early 20s. His literary influences ranged from Oscar Wilde to Johann Wolfgang Goethe, though he was also an avid fan of pop music and film. Some of his primary musical idols were David Bowie, Ray Davies and Marc Bolan. In 1982, Morrissey was approached by local Mancunian guitarist and songwriter Johnny Marr. Marr asked him to collaborate, and so began possibly the greatest songwriting duo of the 1980s. Morrissey's witty and morbidly sentimental lyrics were a perfect match with Marr's odd chord progressions and unusual tunings. They soon added Marr's schoolmates Andy Rourke (bass) and Mike Joyce (drums). The duo became a quartet and dubbed themselves The Smiths. ...
If you dig girl groups, & the sounds of Steven Patrick Morrissey, Johnny Marr, Andy Rourke & Mike Joyce, tonight is your lucky night @ the Milk Bar.the fabulous ladies & gentlemen of THE BANG go on @ 1030
That's Morrissey's tome finished. Beautifully written, although how much of the 50 page tirade about the Mike Joyce trial can be taken as gospel rather than merely his side of the story i guess we'll never know. The Smiths will not be reforming though, ever, certainly not after that book. And i didn't realise his mistrust of Johnny Marr was so personal rather than artistic. I'd be surprised if he releases anymore solo albums tbh, towards the end there's a pretence of happiness when he really just sounds done with it all.
People thought Johnny Marr looked cool back in the day.I think Mike Joyce looked cool
Johnny Marr, one of my guitar playing heroes, is at Bestival. Hopefully he'll bring Morrissey, Mike Joyce & Andy Rourke on with him.
On this day in rock history: 1961, Elvis Presley started a 20-week run at No.1 on the US album chart with 'Blue Hawaii', his seventh US No.1 album. 1968, Filming began for The Rolling Stones 'Rock & Roll Circus.' As well as clowns and acrobats, John Lennon and his fiancee Yoko Ono performed as part of a supergroup called The Dirty Mac, along with Eric Clapton, Mitch Mitchell, and Keith Richards. It was originally meant to be aired on the BBC, but the Rolling Stones withheld it because they were unhappy with their performance. The film was eventually released in 1996. 1973, Kiss guitarist Ace Frehley was nearly electrocuted during a concert in Florida when he touched a short-circuited light. The guitarist was carried from the stage but returned 10 minutes later to finish the show. 1996, Johnny Marr and Morrissey were left with a £300,000 legal bill after loosing a case over unpaid royalties with former Smiths members Andy Rourke and Mike Joyce.
Warner Bros. Former The Smiths stars Johnny Marr and Mike Joyce have denied new reports the ’80s band is planning to reunite. The group split in 1987 after a bust-up between singer Morrissey and guitarist Marr, and they’ve been dogged by rumors of a reunion ever since. The
Johnny Marr and Mike Joyce: The Smiths reunion is not happening
"The Smiths reunion is 'not happening', says Johnny Marr and Mike Joyce :(
Johnny Marr and Mike Joyce deny Smiths reunion reports
The Smiths: Mike Joyce and Johnny Marr deny reunion will happen - Mirror Online via
Johnny Marr and Mike Joyce deny Smiths reunion rumor
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