Johnny Marr performed songs from his new album, The Messenger, as well as classics from Electronic and The Smiths at his fantastic show at New York City’s Irving Plaza on Thursday, May 2nd.
Johnny Marr will be touring the United States in April and early May in support of his new album, The Messenger.
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