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Iggy And The Stooges Soak In The Houston Love – The Houston Chronicle

Iggy And The Stooges Soak In The Houston Love – The Houston Chronicle

Iggy and the Stooges at FPSF
This incarnation of Iggy and the Stooges has nothing to lose. The proto-punk gawds have a new album they are touring, Ready To Die, and a lineup that is mashup of the Fun House one and the Raw Power platoon. Missing the late great Ron Asheton, the Stooges are now playing in tribute of their fallen guitarist.

Saturday’s set saw the first Houston appearance of Pop in decades, and the lusty crowd welcomed him with open sweat-laced arms. Pop, wearing skinny black jeans when men his age should be in sensible slacks and loafers, was vicious and playful. The band was in the pocket.

Read the complete review and a new interview with James Williamson at The Houston Chronicle.

Photo credit: Todd Spoth