The Pogues gave a performance that emphasized their roots, a love of their fans, and the underlying punk-energy that still drives the band, even in their older age. Playing two encores, and giving the crowd a set of over two hours.
London/Irish Octet The Pogues return to Australia after 22 years, still wild, still rousing and most importantly still standing, after years of drunken mayhem.
Crosby, Stills and Nash and The Pogues head up the 9th annual West Coast Blues and Roots Festival lineup.
The 23 year wait to see The Pogues back in Australia is almost over!
Tired of “dragging their weary, freezing carcasses “around on tour, The Pogues have announced a ‘Farewell Christmas Tour’ of the UK.
V Festival heroes Madness are set to resurrect their own outdoor party Madstock this July after a 10-year hiatus.