1. Anybody else here love these guys?
    I've really started to love the Stooges since Glasto 07'
  2. Being born and raised in Detroit, I've grown up with an intense love of the Stooges. You are not alone, my friend.

    Craig
  3. 1969 okay
  4. Originally posted by germcevoy1969 okay


    All across the USA...
  5. Say Iggy last night, he's a force of nature. How old is he? 65, 70? He absolutely smashed it. Crowd was digging it and we all were surprised that they banged The Passenger and Lust For Life as soon as 3rd and 4th songs
  6. The post pop depression live recording with some Queens of the stone age and the drummer of arctic monkeys is just stunning.
    The concert i missed out, would loved to be there in Amsterdam.
  7. Originally posted by LikeASong:Say Iggy last night, he's a force of nature. How old is he? 65, 70? He absolutely smashed it. Crowd was digging it and we all were surprised that they banged The Passenger and Lust For Life as soon as 3rd and 4th songs
    I've seen Iggy and Stooges about 4 or 5 times in the reunion era. I've really enjoyed it. Sadly 3 of the members are now gone. Who is in the band now?
  8. Originally posted by miryclay:[..]
    I've seen Iggy and Stooges about 4 or 5 times in the reunion era. I've really enjoyed it. Sadly 3 of the members are now gone. Who is in the band now?
    I don't have a clue, I only knew Iggy. The band was super tight and rocking though, look and see if you can recognise someone:

  9. The timeline of Iggy's band mates is one of death, revenge and 30 year abscenes. Mike Watt and James Williamson being the most interesting members. Read up on them, it's fascinating. Watt is an animal.