Iggy Pop

Iggy Pop – widely acknowledged as one of the most dynamic stage performers of all time, Iggy pre-figured both ‘70s punk and ‘90s grunge and has built a legendary career filled with both critical acclaim and fanatic cult success.

There are never-ending migrations back to the Stooges three seminal LPs, starting with the self-titled debut of 1969, The Stooges, 1970’s Funhouse and 1973’s Raw Power, while some of Iggy’s iconic solo albums including Lust For Life, The Idiot, New Values, Zombie Birdhouse, Blah Blah Blah, Brick by Brick, American Caesar and the more recent Skull Ring, Preliminaires and Apres, along with many featurings and cooperations. First two of his solo albums were co-written and produced by David Bowie – collaboration widely discussed as one of the most epic musical alliances.

In 2010, Iggy and the Stooges were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Iggy made a welcome solo return in 2016 with his Post Pop Depression album. It is equal parts a dream come true for Iggy and co-creator Josh Homme (man of many talents: multi-instrumentalist, songwriter and bandleader of Queens Of The Stone Age) who, produced a record that definitely takes its place in Iggy’s storied discography. “One night, one time only” Tour

resulted in an incredibly powerful LIVE at Royal Albert Hall DVD (Best Live Music Film Award at UK MVA 2016). Post Pop Depression was nominated for a Grammy Award in “Best Alternative Music Album” category.