Former Stooges singer recalls wild tales ahead of new oral history book ‘Total Chaos’
"I felt the group deserved to be the subject of a film by somebody who actually made films," frontman says of collaboration with indie director
Singer looks back on early years in new book 'Total Chaos: The Story of the Stooges'
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Punk icon discusses early career, Stooges, refusal to wear shirts and favorite Pop-penned song in extensive interview
Rocker draws parallels between band's sound, auto manufacturing in new clip from Jim Jarmusch's upcoming documentary
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Footage culls from 'Gimme Danger,' a new film by Jim Jarmusch
'Total Chaos' to feature contributions from Jack White, Joan Jett, Johnny Marr
"He had a very strong curiosity and had very absolute aesthetic values," recalls Pop
"Every time he put his sax to his lips and honked, he lightened my road and brightened the whole world," Iggy Pop says of 'Fun House' saxophonist
"I definitely have no plans to be a touring musician for the next couple of years," says Stooges frontman
"He was like my brother," says Iggy Pop. "I have never heard anyone play the drums with more meaning"
The National and Sufjan Stevens also played annual Tibet House benefit
The proto-punk icons are taking 2014 off. What does the future hold for a band with no concrete plans?