Watch Johnny Marr cover The Smiths with The Last Shadow Puppets

And Mike Joyce was in the audience

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Johnny Marr joined The Last Shadow Puppets on stage at Manchester’s Castlefield Bowl, where he played “Last Night I Dreamt That Somebody Loved Me“, from The Smiths‘ 1987 album, Strangeways, Here We Come.

You can watch footage below.

Meanwhile, Marr’s former bandmate Mike Joyce was also at the gig and wrote on Facebook: “So I’m at The Last Shadow Puppets gig tonight and Johnny Marr walks on and they play, ‘Last Night I Dreamt…’

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“The guy next to me says, “Seen the guy on the right with black hair? That’s Johnny Marr, the guitarist from The Smiths and this is a Smiths song they’re playing”. I didn’t say owt, I just couldn’t.”

Marr also performed a cover of The Fall’s “Totally Wired” with The Last Shadow Puppets.

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