"I don't know why he hasn't made it really big, he is so good." - Andy Warhol on Iggy Pop, 1980 Iggy Pop is one of the most seminal figures in music. Without Iggy Pop there would be no punk, and rock/pop music would not have evolved such deviant shades. Show More Summary
At tonight’s MTV EMA awards, Iggy Azalea had a glorious wardrobe malfunction that resulted in flashing her baby shooter to the world. Or did she? The pop star says that what we actually saw was a front angle of her … More » The post Iggy Azalea Lets Loose at MTV EMA Awards appeared first on EveryJoe.
It’s the stuff of legend now. Only a couple weeks after performing “Ceremony” (which would go on to be New Order’s first single) at the last Joy Division concert, Ian Curtis listened to Iggy Pop’s The Idiot, watched Werner Herzog’s Stroszek (a film that ended with a fair amount of despair and suicide), and hanged [...]
Ron and Scott Asheton were the nucleus of the Stooges, the greatest fucking punk band in the world. Having attended Fordson High School in Dearborn, Michigan, with Iggy Pop (né James Osterberg), the Asheton brothers were hoodlum types who attracted other punks with their erratic, wild behavior. Show More Summary
Iggy Pop with Kate Pierson: "Candy"This week's TMNS brought to you by candy-related songs.
All the piles of leftover Halloween candy that parents are now sifting through reminds me of Iggy Pop's only Top 40 hit duet with B-52 Kate Pierson Candy from 1990. However, Iggy Pop was very present in the ‘80s with five albums and the 1985 single Real Wild Child.
Can you spot the presumably-not-deliberate mistake? Yes, nothing says 'RIP Lou Reed' like a picture of Iggy Pop. If you want to buy this T-shirt, it's on sale at Etsy for a mere £14.69. We recommend you act fast - because something tells us that listing won't be up there for long...
An enormous number of fans shared their favorite songs and memories of Reed, with Iggy Pop, The Who, Nile Rodgers, John Cale, Flea, Julian Casablancas, Miley Cyrus and many more sending along their final thoughts.
Many of Lou Reed’s friends and admirers have surfaced in the past 24 hours with remembrances. One of my favorites… Read More
Lou Reed, the legendary musician who sadly passed away yesterday (10/27), has had many collaborators in his lifetime, one of the most notable ones being David Bowie. Bowie was highly inspired by Lou (and Iggy Pop) during the creatio...
Jennifer Egan loves music just as much as her protagonists in A Visit from the Goon Squad. Westword, Denver’s alt-weekly, asked Egan what her five favorite songs are. The playlist includes everyone from Iggy Pop to Cat Power. We think Bennie Salazar would approve.
Whoopi Goldberg will lend her voice to Once Upon a Time in Wonderland, TVLine.com reports. The View co-host will voice the... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com The Lion King Iggy Pop John Lithgow Keith David Whoopi Goldberg The View Toy Story 3 Once Upon a Time in Wonderland
Marilyn Manson will voice a creepy character on an upcoming episode of Once Upon A Time. Like Iggy Pop before him, Manson won’t actually be seen on the show, but rather heard as the voice of The Shadow, a character loosely based on Peter Pan’s shadow. Show More Summary
Some of the most recent video selections you can find on our video archive page: • Iggy Pop performs "The Passenger" (1977) • Prankvertising • A bit of Michael Jackson's "Thriller" in Lego • Painter snorts watercolor • Kayaking down a drainage ditch • Progressbar, a short film Boing Boing: Video archives
The inimitable Iggy Pop performs "The Passenger" live at The Apollo in Manchester, England, October 1977.
"Debbie Harry" and "Iggy Pop" from 'CBGB' Ever since the trailer for the CBGB movie surfaced, there's been mixed opinions about the film's authenticity, and though it's gained the support of some of the people who were there, like Dead...
Slash, the wild-haired guitarist who has played with everyone from Michael Jackson to Fergie to Iggy Pop, knew the perfect name for his new horror production company: Slasher Films. There was onl...
(DETROIT) — Detroit is famous for its music, from Motown to Iggy Pop to Eminem. But a newly unearthed trove of recordings reveals Michigan was a fertile ground for folk music. The music was played by immigrants who came in the early 20th Century to work in the copper mines, logging camps and auto factories. Show More Summary
Once Upon a Time in Wonderland still has a few weeks before it premieres on Thursday, Oct. 10 at 8/9C, but the show has made another important announcement. It looks like the show is about to add Iggy Pop to its list of guest voices...
Iggy Pop Joins ‘Once Upon A Time in Wonderland’ via Rickey.org Iggy Pop joins the cast of 'Once Upon A Time in Wonderland.' Find out who he'll be playing: The Voice • American Idol • The X Factor