The Pogues mourn manager Frank Murray - New Magazine

Celtic rockers The Pogues are mourning the loss of their former manager Frank Murray, who has died at the age of 66. Friday, December 23, 2016. Celebrity News. THE POGUES\nArrive at the the Meteor Irish Music Awards 2006 held at the Point Theatre ...

Frank Murray, Former Manager of the Pogues, Dies - Diffuser.fm

Frank Murray, who managed the Pogues from the mid-'80s until 1990, has died. He was 66. It is believed, but not confirmed, that Murray suffered a heart attack. He had a history of heart problems, undergoing surgery a few years ago. “It does really feel ...

Glen Hansard and Cait O'Riordain among those paying tribute to Frank Murray - hotpress.com

Online tributes have been pouring in to Irish music industry legend Frank Murray who died unexpectedly yesterday. "Please light a candle, say a little prayer for Frank Murray who left us today," posts former Pogue Cait O'Riordain. "RIP that wicked ...

Pogues Manager Frank Murray Dies - Pollstar (subscription)

Frank Murray, 66, former manager for The Pogues, a tour manager, and a close associate of Thin Lizzy, died of a heart attack in Dublin, Ireland, Dec. 22. Photo: Twitter. Frank Murray. Murray was reportedly a tour manager for Thin Lizzy, Elton John, and ...

Fairytale of New York: How The Pogues and Kirsty MacColl made one of the best Christmas songs of all time - Belfast Telegraph

'Fairytale of New York' is a drunken hymn for those with broken dreams and abandoned hopes, that begins with its narrator, an Irish immigrant, being thrown into a drunk tank to sleep off his Christmas Eve binge. Hearing an old man sing the Irish ballad ...

Man who got MacGowan to write 'Fairytale of New York' has died - Irish Times

Frank Murray, who managed the Pogues for many years, has died of a suspected heart attack at the age of 66. He always claimed it was his suggestion that the band write a Christmas song – which they did with Fairytale of New York – and that he was ...

Frank Murray, The Pogues manager behind Fairytale Of New York, has died aged 66 - OK! Magazine

As well as The Pogues, Frank served as manager to acts like Thin Lizzy and Elton John during his successful career. Frank was widely known as the man behind The Pogue's legendary Christmas song Fairytale of New York. [undefined] Frank Murray was a ...

The Pogues former manager Frank Murray dies, aged 66 - NME.com

The former manager of the legendary Irish band reportedly died of a heart attack yesterday (December 22) according to music journal Hot Press. As well as managing the group, Murray was credited as being an instrumental driving force behind The Pogues ...

Frank Murray Passes Away - TodayFM

Frank Murray, tour manager for The Pogues, has died at the age of 66 after a suspected heart attack. Murray is remembered for helping to put together the band's classic Christmas ballad Fairytale of New York. He had previously managed the tours of Thin ...

Of Pogues and Ponies and Possibilities for Christmas - Harness Racing Update (press release)

Put aside, for a second, that the protagonist in the greatest Christmas song of the modern era ends up in the drunk tank on Christmas Eve. The fact he got on a lucky one at the racetrack that came in at 18-1 is what always catches me. A major score, no ...

Pogues Manager and Thin Lizzy Man Frank Murray Dies - hotpress.com

Hot Press is deeply saddened to hear the terrible news that Frank Murray (pictured on the left with Mike Adamson, CEO of Live Nation Ireland) has died. While the cause of his death will not be fully confirmed till later, Hot Press understands that it ...

WATCH: This wedding speech in the style of Fairytale of New York is excellent - JOE

We've written extensively about why we believe that Fairytale of New York is the greatest Christmas song of all time, have a read of this if you need further proof, but if you're looking for another reason to fully embrace the magic of the iconic song ...

The best Christmas songs of all time - Belfast Telegraph

From The Pogues' fairytale of New York to carols such as In The Bleak Midwinter, Kerry McKittrick asks local personalities what's their favourite festive music to hear. Stuart Bailie (54), is a music journalist and presenter. He says: Share. Facebook ...

The Pogues tour manager Frank Murray dead at 66 - 9news.com.au

Frank Murray, tour manager for seminal Celtic punk band the Pogues, has died at the age of 66 after a suspected heart attack. Murray had been working with the acclaimed outfit since the mid-1980s after seeing them perform at the Hope & Anchor in London.

Former Thin Lizzy TM & Pogues Manager Dies Of Suspected Heart Attack - theMusic

Frank Murray, former manager of Pogues and tour manager for Thin Lizzy, has died of a suspected heart attack. According to Daily Mirror, Murray, who also worked with the likes of Elton John, The Specials and The Frames, passed away in Dublin, Ireland.

Frank Murray, The Pogues Manager, Dies at 66 - Billboard

The Pogues manager Frank Murray died on Thursday (Dec. 22) of a suspected heart attack. He was 66. Murray began working with the legendary Celtic punk band in the mid-1980s after seeing them play at the Hope & Anchor in London at the urging of late ...

'His instinct and intelligence made him a great manager' – legendary Pogues manager Frank Murray has died - Irish Post

The tour manager and music promoter had been a seminal force in the Irish music industry working with some of Britain and Ireland's most influential artists. He died suddenly earlier today in Dublin. Murray had previously managed the careers of The ...

The important questions: What is the greatest Christmas song of all time? - Montreal Gazette

Hi there, pal. You got a minute? Yeah, I wanted to say something earlier when you hooked your iPhone back up to the stereo and played Fairytale of New York again, but then you went on a bit of a diatribe against “typical” holiday songs. I just wanted ...

Pogues and Thin Lizzy tour manager Frank Murray dies of suspected heart attack - Daily Mail

Murray, a major figure in the Irish music scene, was also a former manager to Thin Lizzy and Elton John. He was credited by some with bringing together Shane MacGowan, lead singer of The Pogues, and the late Kirsty MacColl for the hugely successful ...

Pogues and Thin Lizzy tour manager Frank Murray dies suddenly - The Irish Sun

The tour manager for the Pogues and Thin Lizzy is understood to have suffered a heart attack. Frank Murray,left, pictured with Patrick Bergin in Dublin. A well known face on the Irish music scene, Murray was a key figure during Thin Lizzy's rise to fame.