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DAVE NAVARRO and BILLY MORRISON Announce Star-Studded Line-Up for the Second Annual ‘Above Ground’ Concert

DAVE NAVARRO AND BILLY MORRISON ANNOUNCE STAR-STUDDED LINE-UP FOR THE SECOND ANNUAL “ABOVE GROUND” CONCERT BENEFITING MUSICARES® ACTOR JOE MANGANIELLO TO HOST EVENING OF PERFORMANCES FROM NAVARRO AND MORRISON, BILLY IDOL, PERRY FARRELL AND ETTY LAU FARRELL (KIND HEAVEN ORCHESTRA), GAVIN ROSSDALE (BUSH), STEVE STEVENS, JULIETTE LEWIS, STEVE VAI, BILLY DUFFY …

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American Valhalla

In 2016, Iggy Pop released an album written and recorded with Queens of the stone age frontman Josh Homme – Post pop depression. The album was intended to be something different to the usual rock fare that both men are used to, and in that they succeeded. American Valhalla is …

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American Valhalla – The storyof Iggy Pop, Joshua Homme and post pop depression due on DVD in March

Eagle Rock Entertainment is proud to release American Valhalla – the vivid documentary tracing the musical journey of Iggy Pop and Joshua Homme – on DVD and digital formats on March 9. Something miraculous happens when two kindred spirits collaborate…which is exactly what happened when Iggy Pop and Queens Of …

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Alvin Gibbs – Some weird sin: On tour with Iggy Pop

UK Subs bassist Alvin Gibbs spent the best part of a year as part of Iggy Pop’s band on the Instinct tour following the release of the album of that name. This book is about that time, from when he first got the call to meet Iggy Pop through to …

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Iggy Pop’s Post Pop Depression: Live at the Royal Albert Hall DVD out in October

One of the big surprises of 2016 came earlier this year when Iggy Pop released his Post Pop Depression album, with the assistance of Queens of the Stone Age‘s Joshua Homme. Homme assembled a studio band for Pop that included fellow Queens member Dean Fertita, along with Arctic Monkeys drummer …

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Rated Rebellious: A Playlist by Nick Oliveri

PlanetMosh’s latest ‘playlist guest artist’ is California’s own (in)famous Nick Oliveri. At various times, as an integral member of Kyuss, Queens of the Stone Age, Mondo Generator, Dwarves, Bl’ast!, and as a solo artist with The Uncontrollable, bassist and multi-instrumentalist Oliveri has been at the forefront of desert rock, hardcore …

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Third Man Books announces Total Chaos: The Story Of The Stooges / As Told By Iggy Pop

Third Man Books is excited to announce one of the most anticipated books of the year about one of the most influential bands of all time… The Stooges. TOTAL CHAOS: The Story of The Stooges / As Told by Iggy Pop is the first time the story of this seminal band has been told entirely in Pop’s …

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Iggy Pop – Post Pop Depression

While Post Pop Depression has been billed as a collaboration, it’s Iggy Pop‘s name on the album’s marquee and spine. Producer, multi-instrumentalist, and co-writer Joshua Homme and Pop are both revered musicians and celebrated collaborators in their own realms. Homme worked with John Paul Jones and Dave Grohl in Them …

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Hotei Releases lyric video for ‘How The Cookie Crumbles’ featuring Iggy Pop

  Hotei Hotei Releases lyric video for ‘How The Cookie Crumbles’ featuring Iggy Pop.  Single out June 15th through Spinefarm Records One-off intimate show at The Lexington on July 7th Guitar superstar Tomoyasu Hotei has revealed the lyric video to his debut UK single ‘How The Cookie Crumbles’, which features the legendary front man …

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Iggy Pop to feature on guitar legend Hotei’s new single

TOMOYASU HOTEI (pronounced “hoe-tay”) is an artist who boasts a stellar career spanning more than three decades. Best known around the world for his original song, ‘Battle Without Honor Or Humanity’, instantly recognisable as the theme from Quentin Tarantino’s film Kill Bill, Hotei (GQ Japan’s ‘Man Of The Year’ for 2014) has sold over …

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Suicide Bombers – Criminal Record

Being a rock DJ can be an extremely hazardous job – nearly as dangerous as trying to survive as a music journalist.  Please believe when I say this:  on and off, I’ve been spinning heavy rock and metal discs and writing shit about said same nonsense for more than two …

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Hard Rock Calling 2012 – Friday

Friday at Hard Rock Calling started for me with a trip over to the Pepsi max stage to see The Dirty Youth get the event off to a great start.  They started their set with “Rise Up” which really set the tone for their set as they put in a …

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