Covered Never Had No One Ever on the tribute compilation The Smiths Is Dead (1996).
Covered Jeane as a B-side on the single "Greetings To The New Brunette" (1986).
Covered Back To The Old House with Johnny Marr live in Manchester (1986) (info).
Covered Ask live (1990).
- Billy Bragg/Morrissey story - Morrissey-solo (Aug 06, 2001)
- London, England 1984-02-12 (The Smiths concert)
- Chicago, Illinois 1985-06-07 (The Smiths concert)
- Royal Oak, Michigan 1985-06-08 (The Smiths concert)
- Vaughan, Ontario, Canada 1985-06-09 (The Smiths concert)
- Washington, DC 1985-06-11 (The Smiths concert)
- Upper Darby, Pennsylvania 1985-06-12 (The Smiths concert)
- Boston, Massachusetts 1985-06-14 (The Smiths concert)
- New York, New York 1985-06-17 (The Smiths concert)
- New York, New York 1985-06-18 (The Smiths concert)
- Oakland, California 1985-06-21 (The Smiths concert)
- San Diego, California 1985-06-25 (The Smiths concert)
- Hollywood, California 1985-06-27 (The Smiths concert)
- Hollywood, California 1985-06-28 (The Smiths concert)
- Irvine, California 1985-06-29 (The Smiths concert)
British singer-songwriter, born on December 20, 1957 in Barking, Essex. The 'Bard of Barking' has a long and successful career, particularly known in the UK for his combination of music and left-wing politics.
Stephen William Bragg (born 20 December 1957) is an English singer-songwriter and left-wing activist. His music blends elements of folk music, punk rock and protest songs, with lyrics that mostly span political or romantic themes. His music is heavily centred on bringing about change and involving the younger generation in activist causes.
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