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MLive.com
Ann Arbor Blues Festival aims to revive magic of early gatheringsnear Ann Arbor Huron High School. As a member of the local blues band The Prim
MLive.com / Posted 15 hours ago
near Ann Arbor Huron High School. As a member of the local blues band The Prime Movers, which included future frontman of The Stooges James Osterberg, aka Iggy Pop on drums, Erlewine said the thrill of being able to entertain artists he and his... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
All covered upFun" -- The Sex Pistols' Johnny Rotten sounds like a cornered animal trying to
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 3 days ago
Fun" -- The Sex Pistols' Johnny Rotten sounds like a cornered animal trying to break free on this snarling rendition of the Stooges song. "Nothing Compares 2 U" Sinead O'Connor's spare reading of the Prince track is still one of the saddest pop... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
For Stan Grant, music is more than a life soundtrack — it's a roadmapThe Verve's Urban Hymns, which was released to a nation in mourning. In Vietna
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 6 days ago
The Verve's Urban Hymns, which was released to a nation in mourning. In Vietnam I started listening a lot to Iggy Pop and the Stooges. God knows why. But there is a moment at the start of Gimme Danger amidst James Williamson's crunching guitar... Read more
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Billboard
Nikki Sixx Isn't So Sure Whitney Houston Fairly Beat Mötley Crüe for a No. 1 Album In 1987band at the beginning. And we also had all these great other traits. We listene
Billboard / Posted 6 days ago
band at the beginning. And we also had all these great other traits. We listened to AC/DC and the Misfits. And then it'd be the Stooges, Zeppelin, T. Rex and Slade. Then the Ramones. Then Cheap Trick. But as the years have gone on, I I've had many... Read more
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The Border Mail
Go into the Maelstrompolitical and cultural tide.” Radio Birdman existed before punk, and took the
The Border Mail / Posted 7 days ago
political and cultural tide.” Radio Birdman existed before punk, and took the influences of surf music and bands like The Stooges with Iggy Pop to forge a hard-driving sound, presented in gigs of almost unbearable intensity and barely... Read more
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The Courier
Go into the Maelstrompolitical and cultural tide.” Radio Birdman existed before punk, and took the
The Courier / Posted 7 days ago
political and cultural tide.” Radio Birdman existed before punk, and took the influences of surf music and bands like The Stooges with Iggy Pop to forge a hard-driving sound, presented in gigs of almost unbearable intensity and barely... Read more
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The Hollywood Reporter
Why Anna Sui Chose Nashville Rebel Karen Elson To Star In Her Newest Campaignand trimmed! First album you ever bought? Bob Dylan’s Blonde to Blonde. Firs
The Hollywood Reporter / Posted 9 days ago
and trimmed! First album you ever bought? Bob Dylan’s Blonde to Blonde. First concert you went to? Iggy Pop and the Stooges, and MC5 at an all-ages concert in a big park near my parent’s home in Detroit. If you were to name this... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Ron Gallo taps into his inner musician via difficult timespunk and postpunk artists he embraced with new fervor as his life was falling a
Chicago Tribune / Posted 14 days ago
punk and postpunk artists he embraced with new fervor as his life was falling apart in Philly: Richard Hell, Patti Smith, the Stooges. “I was touring with my old band and I was surrounded by the great rock ’n’ roll underbelly in America,” he says.... Read more
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Variety
‘Detroit’: Martha Reeves, Otis Williams, Questlove on the Film’s Music and the Story Behind ItRoss, the Temptations, the Four Tops and dozens more — and also many great jazz
Variety / Posted 15 days ago
Ross, the Temptations, the Four Tops and dozens more — and also many great jazz musicians, the proto-punk rock of MC5 and the Stooges, mainstream rockers like Bob Seger, the Eagles’ Glenn Frey and Mitch Ryder & the Detroit Wheels, and even Ted... Read more
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Salon.com
“Drunk, obnoxious, smart but not pretentious”: The long, low history of the word “punk”laid, cheeseburgers, comics, grade-B movies, and this weird rock & roll that no
Salon.com / Posted 18 days ago
laid, cheeseburgers, comics, grade-B movies, and this weird rock & roll that nobody but us seemed to like: the Velvets, the Stooges, the New York Dolls, and now the Dictators.” In fact, the group The Dictators and their 1975 album The Dictators... Read more
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The Inquirer and Mirror
Sixteen Things to Do Todaysinger-songwriter Sean Lee will perform. Live Music 10 p.m.-1 a.m. The Chicke
The Inquirer and Mirror / Posted 19 days ago
singer-songwriter Sean Lee will perform. Live Music 10 p.m.-1 a.m. The Chicken Box, 6 Dave St. New Orleans-based The Stooges Brass Band will perform. 21 and over. For up-to-the-minute information on Nantucket’s breaking news, boat and... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Yes, Iggy Pop is 70. And yes, he obliterated his set at FYF Festfestival-goers racing toward the stage. Iggy scorched the earth with a handful
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 22 days ago
festival-goers racing toward the stage. Iggy scorched the earth with a handful of classics from his arsenal of songs with the Stooges and from his solo catalog: “Gimme Danger,” “The Passenger,” “Lust for Life,” the latter of which remains rock’s... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Yes, Iggy Pop is 70. And yes, he obliterated his set at FYF Festfestival-goers racing toward the stage. Iggy scorched the earth with a handful
Los Angeles Times / Posted 23 days ago
festival-goers racing toward the stage. Iggy scorched the earth with a handful of classics from his arsenal of songs with the Stooges and from his solo catalog: “Gimme Danger,” “The Passenger,” “Lust for Life,” the latter of which remains rock’s... Read more
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Royal Oak Daily Tribune
Romantics member recalls Detroit unrest with ��67 Riot�some of those feelings. Built on a leaden, guitar-driven groove nodding to vint
Royal Oak Daily Tribune / Posted 24 days ago
some of those feelings. Built on a leaden, guitar-driven groove nodding to vintage Detroit-area bands such as the MC5, the Stooges and the Frost, the song finds Skill singing about a �broken city, broken dreams� and �innocent folk gripped with... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
AK•75-85 - Music Photos by Murray CammickDuring the interview Iggy said: “You have to remember, I was in — will the real
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 1 months ago
During the interview Iggy said: “You have to remember, I was in — will the real Sex Pistols please stand up? — I was in the Stooges.” It was curious to watch Iggy reach for his clunky reading glasses to peruse a Talking Heads story in the... Read more

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