The first association of Tommy Lee and Iggy Pop might be to their wild rock and roll lifestyles in the ’70s and ’80s, but in 2014 it is important to note that they survived.
On Minimation, we comb through the archives of legendary New York radio station WNEW-FM and animate interviews with legendary rock artists. This installment is taken from a 1986 interview with Iggy Pop, who discussed how he first met David Bowie, one of his biggest fans. This Minimation was created for Radio.com by Max Werkmesiter.
It’s a banner week for Belgium news!
Would Iggy Pop admit under torture that Justin Bieber is the future of rock? It appears not.
We’ve all said things under duress that we might not have otherwise said, especially when your older brother is holding your head down to the shag carpet and digging his knee into your lower back and you finally blurt out, “Okay! Fine! Frankie Goes to Hollywood is better than The Rolling Stones, is that what you want to hear?” It’s a cruel way to pry information out of someone.
The Stooges, which also included his late brother Ron Asheton and frontman Iggy Pop, was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2010.
Iggy Pop, New Order and Joe Walsh are looking to bring you a little inner peace and hopefully encourage you to donate a lot of cash when they hit the stage at this year’s Tibet House Benefit.
It’s the weekend Trekkies have been waiting for since 2009’s cinematic reboot of the enduring sci-fi series.
Iggy Pop and the Stooges‘ new album might be entitled Ready to Die, but the often-shirtless “Godfather of Punk” doesn’t look ready to keel over any time soon.
In the middle part of last decade, Iggy & The Stooges returned to the surface playing dozens of festivals and hundreds of mid-sized venues across the globe after a substantial hiatus.