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Spider Stacy



Peter “Spider” Stacy (born December 14, 1958 in Eastbourne, England) is one of the founding members of the Celtic rock band The Pogues.

Stacy got his start in music in London’s punk scene during the late 1970s as frontman for The Millwall Chainsaws. In 1981, he teamed up with Shane MacGowan, Jem Finer and James Fearnley to form the Pogues, and is credited with naming the band. Initially, being one of the less musically-inclined members of the band, his role was confined to backing vocals, and hitting a beer tray against his head; faced with either having to learn an instrument or the likelihood of having to leave the band, Stacy learned to play the tin whistle, which remained his role until the departure of MacGowan left him with lead vocal duties.

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