James Osterberg—who goes by the decidedly more hip-sounding name Iggy Pop—has twice made a distinctive mark on the music world. First, from 1969 through the early 1970s (when he was using the equally rock-ready moniker Iggy Stooge), he served as vocalist...
And so, with the now anticipated return of Iggy and The (almost complete) Stooges, many fans are going to receive a gift that they may have thought would never materialize. Ready to Die will be released by the cutting edge independent label, Fat Possum.
Joan Jett tells The Morton Report what exactly is so threatening about a girl with a guitar, talks about her feuds with Rush and Molly Hatchet, whether she deserves her “Bad Reputation,” and whether or not she’s "Joan Jett" all the time.
Now that Nirvana producer and famous Chicagoan Steve Albini has a food blog (he made Mrs. Albini dolmas last night) should we expect noted rock fan Anthony Bourdain to produce the upcoming Iggy Pop record? We didn't think so.