Viva Las Vegas! It’s just been announced that in honor of Def Leppard‘s residency Viva Hysteria!, Las Vegas mayor Carolyn Goodman has proclaimed TODAY – Friday, March 22nd ”Def Leppard Day.” Their 11 gig run at The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino launches tonight and ends on April 13th. It’s not very often that the entire band are all together, in one place, for that long of time so we know they’ll make the absolute best of it. Read the rest of this entry »
Ken Scott is legend in our world. Calling him an engineer or producer extraordinaire is putting it lightly for the man has been involved with some of our favorite records ever. Now, he’s written a memoir that details his career and notes how he achieved some of the sounds we’ve grown to cherish. Read the rest of this entry »
John Roberts the performer and comedian who has gained an audience by doing humorous and original character work live across the country and on television has hit a home-run with this end of year classic. Read the rest of this entry »
RAW POWER Ann Arbor! Here we come!
The Michigan Theater is small (4000 seats) and this show sold out in minutes. If you’re holding tickets consider yourself quite fortunate and prepare to rock!
If not, raise your glass high, turn up the volume and salute the one and only Ron Asheton from wherever you are.
Photo: Robert Matheu
Check this out: The Detroit Metro Times talked to Iggy last week: http://metrotimes.com/music/stooge-power-1.1131623
The concert is organized as a benefit for the Ron Asheton Foundation. In turn, this benefits both the music and animal community. Complete details can be found at: http://www.ronashetonfoundation.org/
Tickets go on sale Friday, Feb. 18 at 10 a.m. at ticketmaster.com and all Ticketmaster locations, or by phone at 800-745-3000.
This is an oldie but goodie that proves what a huge influence Jim Morrison and the Doors had on Iggy Pop. It’s honest, wide-eyed and told in typical Iggy fashion. Enjoy!
Typically we avoid promoting corporate stores however this commercial is too cute to avoid. This one goes out to all of our friends that have recently went back to school. Best wishes for a great year.
Records change lives. Take a look at some of the songs that made an impact on Iggy Pop. httpv://abcnews.go.com/Nightline/Playlist/iggy-pops-playlist-musical-inspirations/story?id=10140477
Today is the day! Go out and support your local record store.
George Harrison is #1, Johnny Marr #2 and Mick Ronson #3!