Kids have access to all kinds of music these days, but their music taste is still so dependent on the grown-ups around them, so a new kid-friendly book called What Is Punk? has hit the shelves. What Is Punk? was developed by author Eric Morse and illustrator Anny Yi, and doubles as a history lesson
Iggy And The Stooges
A one-off Iggy And The Stooges covers supergroup has come and gone thanks to members of Pearl Jam, Guns N’ Roses, Mudhoney and more, who have performed under the name Raw Power in honour of the Iggy And The Stooges album of the same name. As Consequence Of Sound reports, Raw Power’s roster — consisting
Drummer and founding member of Iggy And The Stooges, Scott Asheton, 64, died earlier this week from a heart attack. For the first time since the announcement of the death, Stooges frontman Iggy Pop has spoken out, reflecting on his relationship with his former bandmate, and shedding light on the future of the band. In
Founding member passes after period of ill health
Taking the prize for best Christmas present idea, Sydney’s FBi Radio are auctioning off original artworks by your favourite musos. As a part of their fundraising project, Brush With Fame, FBi volunteers have been commissioning local and international acts to take creative liberties and decorate a plain white canvas to raise funds for the community
Iggy And The Stooges’ ironically titled Ready To Die is available for streaming goodness in its entirety. With still a week to go until its US release date of Tuesday, 30th April and just a few days until the Australian release date of Friday, 26th April, this is the first new material in 5-years from
Iggy and The Stooges are probably older than your parents, but that doesn’t mean that the trailblazers of punk rock are trading in their attitude and guitars for bingo and walking sticks. With new album Ready to Die due out in April, The Stooges have released lead single Burn. Although the album title seems more
Iggy Pop has confirmed details of the new record he has made with his band The Stooges. Ready To Die, the first record from The Stooges since The Weirdness in 2007, will be out 26th April in Australia, four days before its international debut, and contains tracks such as Burn, Sex & Money and Job.
Jos Grain has long been the road manager for Iggy and The Stooges. Coming up through the punk days of the 70s, Grain became Iggy Pop’s road manager in ’86. Grain was with Iggy during the success of his solo album Blah Blah Blah and has toured with the Stooges since their reformation in 2003.
No more than two days ago, Music Feeds published the best bits from electronic artist Diplo’s rider, just for a laugh. However, today, we’ve discovered an even better rider. Taking things beyond outrageous requests, the man behind the Iggy rider, Jos Grain, has created a mammoth 28-page document, which outlines the requests for the band
Sister event to Byron Bay’s Bluesfest, the 2013 lineup for Fremantle’s West Coast Blues & Roots Festival has been announced, and it’s a monster. Sporting a similar roster of acts to the Bluesfest lineup, the two-day festival will be headlined by Robert Plant, Iggy and the Stooges and Ben Harper. The additional announcement of another
One of the most iconic rockers in the world Iggy Pop will be visiting Australia in March next year with The Stooges to play their first Australian headline shows. They’ll be playing three shows, including Adelaide’s Thebarton Theatre, Melbourne’s Festival Hall and Sydney’s Hordern Pavillion. You’ll have to be quick to try to catch these
Last year when Iggy & The Stooges played at the ATP Festival in New York, the band made the interesting move of getting six fans to document the show by videoing it. The lucky six were chosen by competition to shoot the show, where The Stooges played their Raw Power album in full.
Iggy Pop has said he will reunite with The Stooges in 2010 for a full tour.