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Watch: Iggy Pop and His Shotgun Star in Trailer for New Thriller ‘Blood Orange’

What’s more frightening: Iggy Pop, or a shotgun? How about putting the two together? That’s what director Toby Tobias has done in his new thriller Blood Orange, which also stars Kacey Barnfield. Pop plays Bill, an older, wealthy man (rock star?) who lives in the desert with his young lover, Isabelle (Barnfield). Bill and Isabelle seem content to […]

Iggy Pop Takes Up Arms in New Thriller Blood Orange: Watch the Trailer

Iggy Pop is set to star in Blood Orange, a new thriller directed by Tony Tobias. It arrives May 17 via Invincible Pictures. The Stooge plays Bill, a dying rock star who lives with his wife Isabelle (Kacey Barnfield) in the Spanish countryside. Show More Summary

Watch Iggy Pop In The Trailer For Thriller Blood Orange

Iggy Pop is already featured in the rockstar-studded new film Gutterda?mmerung, billed as “the loudest silent movie on earth,” and now he’s following that up with a starring turn in Blood Orange, an upcoming thriller directed by Tony Tobias. As Pitchfork reports, Pop plays Bill, an aging rockstar who resides in the Spanish countryside with […]

Was This L.A.'s Last Chance to See Iggy Pop in Concert?

Iggy Pop Greek Theatre April 28, 2016 There are rumors going around that this might be Iggy Pop’s last full tour, that his still-sleek, leonine body can’t handle the abuse when he throws himself around the stage like a hapless ragdoll. Perhaps the 69-year-old legend intended to take it easy...

Iggy Pop was a man with a plan (but no shirt) at the Greek Theatre

People didn’t want to just see or hear Iggy Pop when he played the Greek Theatre on Thursday night. They wanted to touch him too — to put their hands on this proto-punk icon as though they could borrow some of the life force that continues to make him, at age 69, one of music’s most thrilling performers....

10 Things We Learned From Iggy Pop and Josh Homme's Grammy Museum Talk

"I'm always ready to take a risk. I don't work in a bank," Josh Homme said of Post Pop Depression, his new album with Iggy Pop, during a talk between the two collaborators Wednesday night at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles. "I'm here to take a leap and see what's...

Bye, Becky Azalea: Iggy Continues To Pop Off Over “Becky,” Gets Called One By Her Own Fiancé

Iggy Azalea Defends “Becky” Comments, Playfully Blasts Nick Young Iggy Azalea has put her foot in her mouth once again, this time incensing the Beyhive with her accusation that calling white women “Beckies” reeks of reverse racism. Though she’s

See Iggy Pop, Josh Homme Tear Through 'Lust for Life' on 'Kimmel'

Iggy Pop and Josh Homme, on the road in support of their collaborative Post Pop Depression, served as musical guest on the Monday night episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live. For the broadcast itself, Pop delivered the new LP's "Sunday," and as a web exclusive, the singer and his top-notch backing band...

Iggy Pop recounts history of The Stooges in new book 'Total Chaos'

"The first time the story of this seminal band has been told entirely in Pop’s own words." Plus: watch Iggy's performance on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live.' Continue reading…

Newswire: Iggy Pop to tell his story in new book about The Stooges

Iggy Pop released what might be his final album earlier this year, but that’s not the last we’ll hear from the howling, frequently shirtless frontman of The Stooges. He’ll also be indirectly telling the story of his life in a new book by Jeff Gold and Johan Kugelberg called Total Chaos: The Story Of The Stooges - As Told By Iggy Pop. Show More Summary

Iggy Pop and Josh Homme give a sleek performance of “Sunday” Kimmel — watch

Rock 'n' roll's finest new collaboration continue their support of Post Pop Depression.

Iggy Pop to release new Stooges memoir

Iggy Pop may be a lion in winter, but he's got plenty of tales to tell. A searing new album, "Post Pop Depression," written with Josh Homme, re-asserted his relevance and potency. Now he's got a new memoir recounting his wild days with the Stooges. "Total Chaos: The Story of the Stooges / As Told...

Iggy Pop to Recount Stooges Story in New Bio for Third Man Books

Iggy Pop will tell the story of the Stooges in a new book, Total Chaos, set for release via the publishing wing of Jack White's Third Man Records. The book was written by Jeff Gold and contributor Johan Kugelberg, who spent two days interviewing Pop in his Miami home and parsing through his massive Stooges collection....

Watch Iggy Pop & Josh Homme Get Loose On Kimmel

Iggy Pop just wrote a book. Sort of. As Pitchfork points out, Pop spent three days at his Miami house with writers Jeff Gold and Johan Kugelberg, telling the two of them Stooges stories. The two of them then turned those stories into a new book, entitled Total Chaos, which is coming later this year […]

Watch Iggy Pop Perform "Sunday" on "Kimmel"

Last night's episode of "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" featured a performance from Iggy Pop. Iggy, joined by Josh Homme (Queens of the Stone Age/Eagles of Death Metal) and a band in matching red smoking jackets, performed his Post Pop Depression track "Sunday." Watch it below. Read "Iggy Pop's Decade of Destruction." 

Iggy Pop Chronicles the Stooges' History in New Book Total Chaos

Jack White's Third Man Records has a publishing subsidiary called Third Man Books. Today, the company has announced a new book documenting the history of the Stooges in Iggy Pop's own words. Total Chaos: The Story of The Stooges / As Told by Iggy Pop is coming later this year. Show More Summary

Time Travel To The Magical World Of 1993 Manhattan In Gorgeous HD Video

1993 wasn't that long ago, but it was so long ago—Nuts 4 Nuts was just launching, we still used subway tokens, and Iggy Pop gave tours of the East Village. And now you can get another chance to transport back to those halcyon days of cigarette billboards and smartphone-free sidewalk walking with the video below, shot in gorgeous HD. [ more › ]

C&L's Late Night Music Club With Iggy Pop

Please Note: Our post honoring the memory of Prince appears here. James Newell Osterberg, Jr was born on this day, April 21st, in 1947. We know him better as Iggy Pop. Given the wild ride of a life he had a lot of people are surprised that he's still alive, let alone still rockin' out. Show More Summary

20 Wildest Iggy Pop Moments

There is extreme, there is legendary — and then there is Iggy Pop. Beginning in his earliest days with the Stooges taunting Ann Arbor frat boys and small town Michigan folk, Iggy made an art of excess: self-mutilation, self-exposure and self-destruction. His risky theatricality required an audience to respond, participate...

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