Video: Iggy Pop at South By Southwest 2007

March 20, 2007 10:50 AM ET

If you've been watching our amazing video from SXSW, you know that punk icon and all-around Stooge Iggy Pop met with our own Pete Maiden and Jenny Eliscu before his riveting late-night set in Austin this weekend. Well, what you saw was just a taste! Watch now to see the full interview.

You'll see Iggy wax on about playing with the Stooges again, reveal what it's like to be mislabeled "classic rock" and get real about how it feels to compete with the Red Hot Chili Peppers.

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