The Pogues Death

The rise and rise of Hozier - Ed Power analyses the hype surrounding Ireland's ...

Irish Independent | Fri, 19 Sep 2014 07:03:45 -0700

With his scraggly hair and mopey demeanour, you could at first glance mistake Andrew Hozier Byrne for just another busker off to terrify Temple Bar tourists with his repertoire of Pogues and REM dirges. ... Speaking to chattering classes bible The ...

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Steve Earle, a character-creating machine

The Virginian-Pilot | Wed, 17 Sep 2014 20:56:15 -0700

Steve Earle and Spider Stacy of The Pogues performing "Come Out, Ye Black and Tans" on the TV show Treme. More videos · Singer-songwriter Steve .... He's come out strongly against the death penalty, for instance. Like all characters, he had a beginning.

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The Bad Things Carry On, 'After the Inferno'

The SunBreak | Tue, 16 Sep 2014 09:52:30 -0700

It sounds strange to call a series of songs about death, alcoholism, thwarted love, larceny, and suicide inspiring. But After the Inferno, the latest full-length from Seattle underground cabaret stalwarts ... Black humor and sentimentality go hand-in ...

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The Road to 'Grace': How Jeff Buckley's Debut Album Remains Timeless 20 ...

PopMatters | Mon, 15 Sep 2014 00:14:11 -0700

“Grace is what matters in anything—especially life, especially growth, tragedy, pain, love, death. That's a quality that I admire very greatly. It keeps you from reaching out for the gun too quickly. It keeps you from destroying things too foolishly ...


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