Graeme Thomson

‘I came, I saw, I scribbled’: Shane MacGowan on Bob Dylan, angels and his lifelong love of art

Graeme Thomson talks to the former Pogues frontman about his first art folio

‘Before I could speak, I was writing stories and drawing cartoons, usually involving hurlers and IRA men’: singer, songwriter and artist Shane MacGowan

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