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OCT
2012
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Iggy And The Stooges Add Three More Dates In Australia!

Iggy and the Stooges will be rocking Australia! The band has confirmed three new concert dates, in addition to their previously scheduled appearance on March 30th at the Byron Bay Bluesfest. Tickets for these new shows will go on sale November 7th:

  • March 25 - Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide
  • March 27 - Festival Hall, Melbourne
  • April 2 - Hordern Pavilion, Sydney
Iggy and the Stooges Australia concerts
OCT
2012
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November Concert At Staples Center In Los Angeles Postponed

Morrissey's U.S. concert dates will be rescheduled. This impacts Iggy and the Stooges' performance on November 24th at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Unfortunately we won't be seeing you this November as planned. Our thoughts go out to Morrissey's family: http://www.spinner.com/2012/10/27/morrissey-postpones-tour/.


OCT
2012
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Watch Video - Iggy Pop & Zig Zags 'If I'm in Luck I Might Get Picked Up'

Check out this grainy, lo-fi video footage of Los Angeles punks Zig Zags rocking out in the practice room while Iggy Pop throws down gruff vocals for their cover of Betty Davis' "If I'm in Luck I Might Get Picked Up." The song was released this month as a colored vinyl 7″ single to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Light In The Attic Records. Order your copy here!

Read more at RollingStone.com.


OCT
2012
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Iggy And The Stooges - Live au Casino de Paris 2012

Here's Iggy and the Stooges' show in Paris, filmed in September by Pression Live. Fire!


OCT
2012
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Iggy And The Stooges Live At Austin City Limits Festival 2012

Iggy and the Stooges rocked the Austin City Limits Music Festival on October 14th, and you can catch part of their performance in the video below! The Houston Press covered the festival and had this to say:

Iggy and the Stooges are the hardest, roughest, and most evil band that has and ever will play ACL, that's a fact. The festival delves into hard rock, but it's usually of the cuddlier grunge-y variety, and not that sinewy, nut-busting sort that Iggy Pop and the Stooges make together. Sunday night's set was completely unnerving and chaotic, and it was everything the festival needed. ... Sunday night was Pop and company teaching fans how to open up and bleed.


OCT
2012
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Austin City Limits Music Festival Webcast

Austin City Limits
The Austin City Limits Music Festival is webcasting performances this weekend! With Iggy and the Stooges scheduled on Sunday, October 14th, get ready to rock! They will be playing at 6:15 p.m. local time on the Bud Light Stage. Tune in at http://www.youtube.com/aclfestival?feature=etp-pd-acl-43.


SEP
2012
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Iggy And The Stooges To Play Byron Bay Bluesfest March 30th

Iggy and the Stooges will perform at the 24th annual Byron Bay Bluesfest in Australia next year! The band is scheduled to play on March 30th during the five-day festival. Ticket information can be found at BluesFest.com.au.


SEP
2012
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James Williamson Collaborates With Wendy James On New Double-Single

Check out James Williamson's new collaboration with Wendy James -- a cover of Sonic's Rendezvous Band's "You're So Great," where his signature search-and-destroy guitar riffs retain the gasoline-soaked essence of Fred 'Sonic' Smith's original, yet the song is transformed into a high-energy slice of modern power-pop with Wendy's boyant and soaring vocals throughout the track. The song is Side A of a new double-single. On Side B, both Williamson and James collaborated with The Bad Seeds' Jim Sclavunos for a version of Bob Dylan's "It's Alright Ma."

Have a listen, have a look - all here: http://ymlp.com/zkkp2R


SEP
2012
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Iggy Pop To Contribute To Tribute Album For The Who, Available October 2nd

Who Are You - An All Star Tribute To The Who
Iggy Pop, members of The Kinks, The Raveonettes and Todd Rundgren are to feature on "Who Are You," a 16-track tribute album dedicated to The Who that will cover many of the band's best-known songs recorded in one-off collaborations. Iggy will perform "I Can't Explain" on the album, which is scheduled to be released on October 2nd.

The complete track listing, which includes other contributions from Def Leppard's Joe Elliott, Rick Wakeman, Ginger Baker, Judas Priest's KK Downing and MC5's Wayne Kramer, is below:

  1. 'Eminence Front' - John Wetton, KK Downing, Derek Sherinian
  2. 'Baba O'Riley' - Nektar, Jerry Goodman
  3. 'I Can See For Miles' - Mark Lindsay and Wayne Kramer
  4. 'Love Reign O’er Me' - Joe Elliott, Rick Wakeman, Huw Lloyd-Langton and Carmine Appice
  5. 'My Generation' - Knox; Dave Davies and Rat Scabies
  6. 'The Kids Are Alright' - The Raveonettes
  7. 'Won't Get Fooled Again' - Sweet
  8. 'Anyway Anyhow Anywhere' - Todd Rundgren and Carmine Appice
  9. 'I Can't Explain' - Iggy Pop
  10. 'Behind Blue Eyes' - Pat Travers
  11. 'Magic Bus' - Peter Noone, Peter Banks and Ginger Baker
  12. 'Who Are You' - Gretchen Wilson and Randy Bachman
  13. 'Pinball Wizard' - Terry Reid, Mike Pinera, Brad Gillis
  14. 'Squeeze Box' - John Wesley and David Cross
  15. 'Bargain' - .38 Special, Ted Turner and Ian Paice
  16. 'The Seeker' - Joe Lynn Turner and Leslie West

Read more at NME.


SEP
2012
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The Stooges Working On New Music - Mike Watt In Rolling Stone

Five years after the last Stooges album, the band is working on new material, bassist Mike Watt tells Rolling Stone. "I'll tell you this: James Williamson a few months ago had me put bass on nine songs that he gave to Ig [Iggy Pop] and Ig is writing up words," says Watt, who's played with the Stooges since 2003. "So I just know there are new tunes and in fact in November he wants me to do some more. I don't know about some album or whatever or what the plan is with that stuff, but very interesting."

... For Watt, who still views himself first as a Stooges fan, the thought of new material is exciting on many levels. "I think James came up with some good licks and the way Ig fleshes them out, I'm very curious," he says. "But I don’t know if they have an album planned. I'm also looking at it as, 'Whoa, maybe new songs to do at gigs.'"

Read more at Rolling Stone.


SEP
2012
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Iggy And The Stooges At Riot Fest 2012

Iggy and the Stooges at Riot Fest
If you missed Iggy and the Stooges headlining Riot Fest this weekend, Time Out Chicago has published a rave review of the band's set! Here's an excerpt:

Iggy Pop’s entire persona, nay, his existence as a performer is about making you as uncomfortable as possible. A friend of mine told me that Iggy was freaking him out a bit during “I Wanna Be Your Dog.” I told him that was the point. Iggy wins again. Your confusion is his victory, his purpose, and his legacy as the greatest frontman of all time.

Read more at Time Out Chicago.


SEP
2012
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Iggy Pop & Zig Zags Cover Betty Davis, 7" Single Coming October 2nd

Iggy Pop & Zig ZagsIggy Pop has teamed up with Los Angeles’ Zig Zags to release a 7″ single to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Light In The Attic Records. The two sludgy names put their heads together and covered Betty Davis’ “If I’m In Luck I Might Get Picked Up”, offering up a Sabbath via sewage skunk sound. Stream the gritty portrait at Consequence of Sound.

Recorded by Dan Horne (Beachwood Sparks), mixed by Thom Monahan (Vetiver, Devendra Banhart), and mastered by Dave Cooley (Elysian Masters), the cover will be paired with its original recording, remastered by Cooley, and sold as a 7″ single on colored vinyl starting October 2nd. Pre-order your copy here.


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'The Seeds: Pushin' Too Hard' Documentary To Premiere August 16

The Seeds: Pushin’ Too Hard, the longform documentary about the classic L.A. garage-punk band, directed by Neil Norman, will have its premiere Aug. 16 at the Egyptian Theatre at the American Cinematheque in Hollywood. ...The Seeds -- led by charismatic singer Sky Saxon, along with keyboard player Daryl Hooper, guitarist Jan Savage and drummer Rick Andridge -- were all emigres to early '60s Hollywood. After building a reputation in underground clubs such as Bido Litos, the group busted out in late 1966 with the classic anthem “Pushin’ Too Hard,” which went Top 40 nationally in early 1967. Using vintage footage, rare photos, memorabilia and audio, and fresh interviews with bandmembers and associates, the documentary also includes interviews with fans of the band, like Iggy Pop, the Beach...