The cream of British rock ’n’ roll has descended on the sleepy Canadian city of Toronto – and is no doubt hitting its bars big time.
James Blunt, Oasis, Coldplay, Arctic Monkeys and Richard Ashcroft have all jetted to play gigs, making it their very own Little Britain - as you can see by my pictures in today's Sun newspaper. James, celebrating being No1 in the US with single You’re Beautiful, was snapped looking far from that on a TV show.
Richard was in the city to support the only teetotal rocker there, Chris Martin, and his band, while Arctic Monkeys, who have supported Oasis, were due to do their own gig last night. Meanwhile, Morrisey has done a Noel Gallagher by jumping on the Arctic bandwagon after slagging them off. Yesterday I told how Noel said last year he’d put money on the Monkeys not making it big.
Now he’s a huge fan. Morrissey is on the wagon with him after moaning at the Texas South By South West Festival that the lads hadn’t worked hard enough for success – then backtracking. He has apologised to Alex Turner and his mates saying: “I was wrong about their success being too sudden. That’s how it happened for THE SMITHS. I should shut it.” Big Mouth strikes again...
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