SXSW 2013: 20 Must-See Acts

Make room in your schedule, between the beer and barbecue, for these bands

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Iggy and the Stooges
David Raccuglia4/20

4. Iggy and the Stooges

Iggy Pop has been a force of nature for every minute of a career stretching back 45 years, which by itself makes him a must-see act. This year, though, he and the Stooges come to SXSW with just a few weeks left before releasing Ready to Die – their first album in 40 years with guitarist James Williamson, who last recorded with the Stooges on their landmark 1973 release Raw Power. The band offered a taste of the new music earlier this month with the single "Burn."

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