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Iggy And The Stooges Set To Celebrate The Life Of Ron Asheton With Ann Arbor Concert

Ron Asheton Foundation Fundraiser

Iggy and the Stooges fans have been buzzing since last Friday when it was announced that they would be returning to the Ann Arbor concert stage with a special performance at the Michigan Theater, April 19, 7:30pm.

“The Stooges and I wanted to do a concert in memory of Ron and his music. We’ve chosen to do this in Ann Arbor where our group, our attitudes and our ideals were forged. It really was the birth of a movement. We’re planning to involve musicians across the spectrum from classical to youth groups and have a fucking big blast in memory of Ron. Teenage musicians from the Neutral Zone, Ann Arbor’s teen center will open performing early Stooges songs. I may join them on vocals if they don’t have somebody who can kick my ass. Deniz Tek from Radio Birdman who was Ron’s closest friend in music outside the group is going to join me for a couple of Ron’s best numbers. Henry Rollins who articulates so many things about music so well has volunteered to MC and try yet again to defeat me in a musical duel. He may think he’s got a better chance now that I’m 64, and he’s only 50, we shall see. Henry was given his pick of Stooges songs to perform and he chose a great one.

The full and present Iggy and the Stooges line up will then perform a full set, songs from The Stooges, Fun House, Raw Power – James Williamson – guitar, Scott Asheton – drums, Iggy Pop – vocals, Mike Watt and Steve Mackay, Bass and Sax respectively.”

– Iggy Pop

Reserved seats, $59.50 & $39.50 plus a limited number of gold circle seats, go on sale Friday February 18, 10am. Buy tickets at and all Ticketmaster locations. By phone at 800-745-3000. Proceeds from this concert will benefit the
Ron Asheton Foundation.

  • Iggy and The Stooges
  • Henry Rollins
  • Plus Deniz Tek and special guests

April 19, 7:30 pm
Michigan Theater, Ann Arbor
On sale Friday February 18, 10am

Ron Asheton Tribute Concert Planned April 19th, Tickets Available February 18th

Iggy and the Stooges will return to Ann Arbor to play the Michigan Theater in a special concert tribute to the late Ron Asheton. The concert is set for Tuesday, April 19th, and will benefit the Ron Asheton Foundation and the Humane Society of Huron Valley. On drums will be Ron’s brother, Scott Asheton, with Ann Arbor native Deniz Tek joining on guitar. Henry Rollins will emcee the evening and also will perform.

Tickets go on sale on Friday, February 18th at Ticketmaster and all Ticketmaster locations. The event, which has been in the works for some time, will bring the Stooges to their old stomping grounds of Ann Arbor, site of the band’s founding more than 40 years ago. Stay tuned to for additional announcements.

Henry Rollins Pays Tribute To The Stooges’ ‘Fun House’

In his column for L.A. Weekly, Henry Rollins has featured three great sophomore albums — the Stooges’ “Fun House,” The Doors’ “Strange Days,” and The Velvet Underground’s “White Light/White Heat.” For the Stooges, he wrote: “How the Stooges could have topped their self-titled first album is beyond me: It is perfection, but it is quite restrained compared to the feral, unleashed-from-its-cage hungry animal that is Fun House. …The first few seconds of the opening track, “Down on the Street,” are the definition of disinterested badassity. …This album is as brutal as a hyena with its jaws clamped on the throat of an impala. …It is a perfect album, timeless, peerless.” Read more at

Iggy And The Stooges Auctions To Raise Money For Flood Relief

Iggy and the Stooges auctionIggy and the Stooges, along with other artists, have provided signed collectibles to be auctioned to raise money for victims of the Queensland Floods that devastated the state during December 2010 and January 2011.

The Stooges have provided two t-shirts signed by the entire band, along with a set of drumsticks signed by Scott Asheton, for Queensland Music Network’s Rock N Roll Auction. Bidders can check out the Stooges auctions at, and start placing bids through eBay. All profits will go to The Premier’s Disaster Relief Appeal.

Iggy Pop On The Passing Of Alex Kirst

“I heard about what happened to Alex almost immediately after the fact from his brother Whitey who played guitar alongside Alex in The Trolls, my band from 1998 to 2003. I felt terrible and although it won’t bring him back I really hope they find the person who hit him and ran.
Alex deserves a lot of recognition for his contributions to the arts. He was a drummer with a thunderous left hand but he was so much more than that in the arts scene around Los Angeles. He was a member of a very interesting indie band called the Nymphs and he’d had a very solid career as a set designer in major studio films and TV for some years. His son Lucius danced his debut this week with the American ballet theatre in New York and I wish Alex had been around for that he had a lot to do with it. The Kirsts are a unique and artistic family and I know they will all miss him, as I do.
Alex was a very, very nice and good person he helped a lot of people, including me.”

Iggy Pop