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Red Roses for Him Posted: 10/09/2013 11:11 am Follow Get Entertainment Newsletters: Philip Chevron, Nokia Theater, New York, 2006 Twenty years ago, Spider Stacy wrote a lyrical, lovely, sort-of-a-love-song, on which he sings lead for The Pogues ,
At a recent rehearsal at their Boyle Heights studio space, Ollin's founders, the twin brothers Scott and Randy Rodarte, said the Mexican Irish cultural connection dates back as far as the San Patricio battalions of the lopsided Mexican-American War
PDT 5/25/2012 by Andy Lewis Getty Images The folk-punk rocker will read from and sign his new memoir "Here Comes Everybody," which has received strong early reviews in England, at Hollywood's Lost and Found Shop on May 26. James Fearnley , one of the
Story continues below MacGowan performing with the Pogues last July. Photo: Getty Images ''Yeah, that was quite a fraught tour,'' sighs tin-whistle player Spider Stacy of the Pogues' last trip to Australia. ''Things were coming to a head, definitely.
Fuji Rock 2005 was a very memorable weekend for Celtic-punk-inspired act The Cherry Coke$. The Tokyo septet were invited to the popular summer outing to showcase cuts from their 2004 "Beer My Friends" debut on the festival's Rookie A Go-Go stage.
The Pogues ignored us,' say support act Titus Andronicus Singer Patrick Stickles 'furious' after the Pogues failed to watch his band during a nine-date tour of North America Titus who? ... Shane MacGowan of the Pogues wonders who their support band
Patrick's Day (though sadly didn't play "Fairytale of New York") with a rousing sold out show at Terminal 5. While frontman Shane MacGowan often garbled lyrics and frequently took breaks, the rest of the band was in top form and could more than
The veteran Celtic-punk group greases the wheels and gears up for a U.S. tour. This year's was initially to conclude at House of Blues on the day itself, March 17. The problem: That was amid the Dropkick Murphys' seasonal skein of shows at the club.
Off to the right of the stage, marked out in fluorescent tape, is a broad pathway leading into the wings of the Brixton Academy, with a couple of large taped arrows pointing stagewards. It's probably there to guide the roadies when they're humping
Chris George/Corbis The Pogues have announced a "farewell tour" for the UK, much to the consternation of their guitarist. Phil Chevron has blasted notices for the goodbye tour, calling it " a marketing ploy " by others in the band. "This claim does