Frank Murray was largely responsible for the Pogues' Christmas hit, "Fairytale of New York."
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With a revamped lineup and renewed vigor, the Boston icons entwined traditional Celtic folk and street punk into an antagonistic batch of working class anthems.
The band said, “It’s been brilliant working with experts to come up with a whiskey that we all think reflects our spirit and that we all like the taste of."
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Phil Chevron, longtime guitarist for Celtic-punk greats the Pogues, has died after a lengthy battle with head and neck cancer, the Independent reports. The 56-year-old musician had last appeared publicly in August, when a host of artists -- among them Pogues singer Shane MacGowan -- staged a fundraiser in his honor.