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Shane MacGowan, Pogues songwriter and Irish music legend, dies aged 65

  • Shane MacGowan, singer-songwriter and frontman of The Pogues, has passed away at 65 after battling ill-health and encephalitis.
  • MacGowan's hits, including "Fairytale of New York," earned The Pogues great success between 1982 and 1991.
  • MacGowan, known for his slurred speech and substance abuse issues, had a profound impact on the punk and Irish music scenes.
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