Saturday, 18 July 2015
Concert post: Salt Lake City, The Depot
Since there's two Blue Roses in the audience tonight - Mlle Jaz and Mlle Vice President Vulgar Angie - this show deserves another concert post. They'll be right at the front, so they might have a good chance to deliver their roses.
One rose each year seems to be the rule. Could it happen tonight?
(Sidenote: Who put the unofficial fake facebook account on that tour poster?)
Angie's photo of the queue this morning:
While the show is still on, news have been tweeted from VPV Angie that... IT HAPPENED! Morrissey took Jaz's blue rose and wore it in his back pocket:
UPDATE: It was mentioned in the crèche swamp that on top of the blue rose, Morrissey also accepted a white one, which he didn't wear but it ended up on the drum kit, and a bouquet of yellow flowers. If you ask me (you probably don't... but anyway), Morrissey might be concerned that he's making it a little too obvious when accepting only (blue) roses, and who would wish for the crèche squad to turn up here, but then again, he sang Trouble Loves Me with a blue rose in his button hole, so unless Monsieur Le Moz issues a TTY statement in bold letters that he fully embraces BRS and speaks to us on Twitter, I think our precious little club is quite safe.
Here's a couple of more pictures from The SLC Flower Show:
And now I just cannot resist to present to you the flimsiest sign of the year. After the shirt colour coincidences, during which I might have lost the plot a bit (it happens to fruits), I spent the last week in monochrome, but I'm back in colour and of course the first coincidence jumped into my face instantly! Here's a picture of Morrissey in Salt Lake City, wearing quite an enormous ring:
That ring is so big that I first thought it was the return of the finger lingerie! Anyway. Please compare the colour of that ring with the background colour of our beloved little World of Moz blog. Yes, we notice such things. Incidentally, Morrissey opened the St. Paul show with the words "We are the world"...
But enough of this nonsense, we're now waiting impatiently for more information from Jjaz and VulgarAngie, who will hopefully find the time to write a review soon.
VulgarAngie's thoughts on the show can be found in the comment section of FTM Day 1404, and Jjaz published her review on her blog JJ Lie Down In The Weeds.