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Iggy PopIggy Pop_header_cell_0_0_0
BornIggy Pop_header_cell_0_1_0 James Newell Osterberg Jr.
(1947-04-21) April 21, 1947 (age 73)

Muskegon, Michigan, U.S.Iggy Pop_cell_0_1_1

OccupationIggy Pop_header_cell_0_2_0 Iggy Pop_cell_0_2_1
Years activeIggy Pop_header_cell_0_3_0 1960–presentIggy Pop_cell_0_3_1
HeightIggy Pop_header_cell_0_4_0 1.68 m (5 ft 6 in)Iggy Pop_cell_0_4_1
Spouse(s)Iggy Pop_header_cell_0_5_0 Wendy Weissberg

​ ​(m. 1968; annulled 1968)​

Suchi Asano ​ ​(m. 1984; div. 1999)​

Nina Alu ​(m. 2008)​Iggy Pop_cell_0_5_1

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OriginIggy Pop_header_cell_0_7_0 Ann Arbor, Michigan, U.SIggy Pop_cell_0_7_1
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James Newell Osterberg Jr. (born April 21, 1947), better known as Iggy Pop, is an American musician, singer, songwriter, record producer, and actor. Iggy Pop_sentence_0

Designated the "Godfather of Punk", he was the vocalist and lyricist of influential proto-punk band The Stooges, who were formed in 1967 and have disbanded and reunited multiple times since. Iggy Pop_sentence_1

Initially playing a raw, primitive style of rock and roll, the Stooges sold few records in their original incarnation and gained a reputation for their confrontational performances, which often involved acts of self-mutilation by Pop. Iggy Pop_sentence_2

He had a long collaborative and personal friendship with David Bowie over the course of his career, beginning with the Stooges' album Raw Power in 1973. Iggy Pop_sentence_3

With both musicians having relocated to West Berlin to wean themselves off their respective drug addictions, Pop began his solo career by collaborating with Bowie on the 1977 albums The Idiot and Lust for Life with Pop usually contributing the lyrics. Iggy Pop_sentence_4

Throughout his career, Pop is well known for his outrageous and unpredictable stage antics, poetic lyrics and distinctive voice. Iggy Pop_sentence_5

He was one of the first performers to do a stage-dive and popularized the activity. Iggy Pop_sentence_6

Pop, who traditionally (but not exclusively) performs bare-chested, also performed such stage theatrics as rolling around in broken glass and exposing himself to the crowd. Iggy Pop_sentence_7

Pop's music has encompassed a number of styles over the course of his career, including garage rock, punk rock, hard rock, heavy metal, art rock, new wave, jazz, blues, and electronic. Iggy Pop_sentence_8

Though his popularity has fluctuated through the years, many of Pop's songs have become well known, including "Search and Destroy" and "I Wanna Be Your Dog" by the Stooges, and his solo hits "Lust for Life", "The Passenger" and "Real Wild Child (Wild One)". Iggy Pop_sentence_9

In 1990, he recorded his first and only Top 40 U.S. hit, "Candy", a duet with B-52's singer Kate Pierson. Iggy Pop_sentence_10

Pop's song "China Girl" became more widely known when it was re-recorded by co-writer Bowie, who released it as the second single from his most commercially successful album, Let's Dance (1983). Iggy Pop_sentence_11

The UK single release of Bowie's version reached No. Iggy Pop_sentence_12

2 for one week on June 14, 1983, while the US release reached No. Iggy Pop_sentence_13

10. Iggy Pop_sentence_14

Bowie re-recorded and performed many of Pop's songs throughout his career. Iggy Pop_sentence_15

Although Pop has had limited commercial success, he has remained both a culture icon and a significant influence on a wide range of musicians in numerous genres. Iggy Pop_sentence_16

The Stooges' album Raw Power has proved an influence on artists such as Sex Pistols, the Smiths, the Sisters of Mercy, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Nirvana. Iggy Pop_sentence_17

His solo album The Idiot has been cited as a major influence on a number of post-punk, electronic and industrial artists including Depeche Mode, Nine Inch Nails and Joy Division, and was described by Siouxsie Sioux as a "re-affirmation that our suspicions were true: the man is a genius." Iggy Pop_sentence_18

He was inducted as part of the Stooges into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2010. Iggy Pop_sentence_19

In January 2020, Pop received a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. Iggy Pop_sentence_20

Early life Iggy Pop_section_0

Pop was born James Newell Osterberg Jr. in Muskegon, Michigan, on April 21, 1947, the son of Louella (née Christensen; 1917–1996) and James Newell Osterberg Sr. (1921–2007), a former high school English teacher and baseball coach at Fordson High School in Dearborn, Michigan. Iggy Pop_sentence_21

He is of English, German and Irish descent on his father's side, and Danish and Norwegian ancestry on his mother's side. Iggy Pop_sentence_22

His father was adopted by a Swedish-American nurse surnamed Osterberg. Iggy Pop_sentence_23

Pop was raised in a trailer park in Ypsilanti, Michigan. Iggy Pop_sentence_24

In a 2007 Rolling Stone interview, Pop explained his relationship with his parents and their contribution to his music: Iggy Pop_sentence_25

Music career Iggy Pop_section_1

Early days: 1960–1967 Iggy Pop_section_2

Osterberg began his music career as a drummer in various high school bands in Ann Arbor, Michigan, including The Iguanas, who cut several records such as Bo Diddley's "Mona" in 1965. Iggy Pop_sentence_26

His later stage name, Iggy, is derived from the Iguanas. Iggy Pop_sentence_27

After exploring local blues-style bands such as the Prime Movers (with brothers Dan and Michael Erlewine), he eventually dropped out of the University of Michigan and moved to Chicago to learn more about blues. Iggy Pop_sentence_28

While in Chicago, he played drums in blues clubs, helped by Sam Lay (formerly of the Paul Butterfield Blues Band) who shared his connections with Pop. Iggy Pop_sentence_29

Inspired by Chicago blues as well as bands like The Sonics, MC5 and The Doors, he formed the Psychedelic Stooges and began calling himself Iggy. Iggy Pop_sentence_30

The band was composed of Pop on vocals, Ron Asheton on guitar, Asheton's brother Scott on drums, and Dave Alexander on bass. Iggy Pop_sentence_31

Their first show was played at a Halloween party at a house in Detroit, Michigan. Iggy Pop_sentence_32

Members of the MC5 were also in attendance. Iggy Pop_sentence_33

The Stooges era: 1968–1974 Iggy Pop_section_3

The seeds of Pop's stage persona were sown when he saw the Doors perform in 1967 at the University of Michigan and was amazed by the stage antics and antagonism displayed by singer Jim Morrison. Iggy Pop_sentence_34

Morrison's extreme behavior, while performing in a popular band, inspired the young Pop to push the boundaries of stage performance. Iggy Pop_sentence_35

Other influences on Pop's vocals and persona were Mick Jagger and James Brown. Iggy Pop_sentence_36

In addition to Jim Morrison and The Doors' influence on the band, Pop also attributes the Stooges getting jump started after seeing an all-girls rock band from Princeton, New Jersey, called The Untouchable. Iggy Pop_sentence_37

In a 1995 interview with Bust, he relates: Iggy Pop_sentence_38

In 1968, one year after their live debut and now dubbed the Psychedelic Stooges, the band signed with Elektra Records, again following in the footsteps of The Doors, who were Elektra's biggest act at the time (according to Pop, guitarist Ron Asheton called Moe Howard to see if it was all right to call the band "The Stooges", to which Howard responded by merely saying "I don't care what they call themselves, as long as they're not The Three Stooges!" Iggy Pop_sentence_39

and hung up the phone). Iggy Pop_sentence_40

Pop himself told the story in the 2016 Jim Jarmusch documentary film about The Stooges, Gimme Danger. Iggy Pop_sentence_41

The Stooges' first album The Stooges, (on which Pop was credited as "Iggy Stooge"), was produced by John Cale in New York in 1969. Iggy Pop_sentence_42

Both it and the follow-up, Fun House produced by Don Gallucci in Los Angeles in 1970, sold poorly. Iggy Pop_sentence_43

Though the release of Fun House did not receive the recognition it expected, it was later ranked No. Iggy Pop_sentence_44

191 in Rolling Stone's '500 Greatest Albums of All Time' in 2003. Iggy Pop_sentence_45

Shortly after the release of Fun House, the group disbanded because of Pop's worsening heroin addiction. Iggy Pop_sentence_46

In 1971, without a record deal, the Stooges kept performing in small clubs with a 5-piece line-up that included both Ron Asheton and James Williamson on guitars and Jimmy Recca on bass, Pop having fired Dave Alexander the previous year when he turned up for a gig unable to play because of his chronic alcoholism (he died in 1975). Iggy Pop_sentence_47

That year Pop and David Bowie met at Max's Kansas City, a nightclub and restaurant in New York City. Iggy Pop_sentence_48

Pop's career received a boost from his relationship with Bowie when Bowie decided in 1972 to produce an album with him in England. Iggy Pop_sentence_49

With Williamson signed on as guitarist, the search began for a rhythm section. Iggy Pop_sentence_50

However, since neither Pop nor Williamson were satisfied with any players in England, they decided to re-unite the Stooges. Iggy Pop_sentence_51

Ron Asheton grudgingly moved from guitar to bass. Iggy Pop_sentence_52

The recording sessions produced the rock landmark Raw Power. Iggy Pop_sentence_53

After its release Scott Thurston was added to the band on keyboards/electric piano and Bowie continued his support, but Pop's drug problem persisted. Iggy Pop_sentence_54

The Stooges' last show in 1974 ended in a fight between the band and a group of bikers, documented on the album Metallic K.O. Iggy Pop_sentence_55

Drug abuse stalled his career again for several years. Iggy Pop_sentence_56

Bowie and Berlin: 1976–1978 Iggy Pop_section_4

After the Stooges' second breakup, Pop made recordings with James Williamson, but these were not released until 1977 (as Kill City, credited jointly to Pop and Williamson). Iggy Pop_sentence_57

Pop was unable to control his drug use and checked himself into a mental institution, the UCLA Neuropsychiatric Institute, to try to clean up. Iggy Pop_sentence_58

Bowie was one of his few visitors there, and he continued to support his friend and collaborator. Iggy Pop_sentence_59

In 1976, Bowie took him along as his companion on the Station to Station tour. Iggy Pop_sentence_60

This was Pop's first exposure to large-scale professional touring and he was impressed, particularly with Bowie's work ethic. Iggy Pop_sentence_61

Following a March 21, 1976 show, Bowie and Pop were arrested together for marijuana possession in Rochester, New York, although charges were later dropped. Iggy Pop_sentence_62

Bowie and Pop relocated to West Berlin to wean themselves off their respective drug addictions. Iggy Pop_sentence_63

"Living in a Berlin apartment with Bowie and his friends was interesting…" Pop recalled. Iggy Pop_sentence_64

"The big event of the week was Thursday night. Iggy Pop_sentence_65

Anyone who was still alive and able to crawl to the sofa would watch Starsky & Hutch." Iggy Pop_sentence_66

In 1977, Pop signed with RCA Records. Iggy Pop_sentence_67

Bowie helped write and produce The Idiot and Lust for Life, Pop's two most acclaimed albums as a solo artist, the latter featuring one of his best-known songs, "The Passenger". Iggy Pop_sentence_68

Lust for Life featured another team of brothers, Hunt and Tony Fox Sales, sons of comedian Soupy Sales. Iggy Pop_sentence_69

Among the songs Bowie and Pop wrote together were "China Girl", "Tonight", and "Sister Midnight", all of which Bowie performed on his own albums later (the last being recorded with different lyrics as "Red Money" on Lodger). Iggy Pop_sentence_70

Bowie also played keyboards in Pop's live performances, some of which are featured on the album TV Eye Live in 1978. Iggy Pop_sentence_71

In return, Pop contributed backing vocals on Bowie's Low. Iggy Pop_sentence_72

Arista albums: 1979–1981 Iggy Pop_section_5

Pop had grown dissatisfied with RCA, later admitting that he had made TV Eye Live as a quick way of fulfilling his three-album RCA contract. Iggy Pop_sentence_73

He moved to Arista Records, under whose banner he released New Values in 1979. Iggy Pop_sentence_74

This album was something of a Stooges reunion, with James Williamson producing and latter-day Stooge Scott Thurston playing guitar and keyboards. Iggy Pop_sentence_75

Not surprisingly, the album's style harkened back to the guitar sound of the Stooges. Iggy Pop_sentence_76

New Values was not a commercial success in the U.S., but has since been highly regarded by critics. Iggy Pop_sentence_77

The album was moderately successful in Australia and New Zealand, however, and this led to Pop's first visit there to promote it. Iggy Pop_sentence_78

While in Melbourne, he made a memorable appearance on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's nationwide show Countdown. Iggy Pop_sentence_79

During his anarchic performance of "I'm Bored", Pop made no attempt to conceal the fact that he was lip-synching (shoving the microphone down his pants at one point), and he even tried to grab the teenage girls in the audience. Iggy Pop_sentence_80

He was also interviewed by host Molly Meldrum, an exchange which was frequently punctuated by the singer jumping up and down on his chair and making loud exclamations of "G'day mate" in a mock Australian accent. Iggy Pop_sentence_81

His Countdown appearance is generally considered one of the highlights of the show's history and it cemented his popularity with Australian punk fans; since then he has often toured there. Iggy Pop_sentence_82

While visiting New Zealand, Pop recorded a music video for "I'm Bored", and attended a record company function where he appeared to slap a woman and throw wine over a photographer. Iggy Pop_sentence_83

While in Australia, Pop was also the guest on a live late-night commercial TV interview show on the Ten Network. Iggy Pop_sentence_84

It is not known whether a recording of this interview exists, but the famous Countdown appearance has often been re-screened in Australia. Iggy Pop_sentence_85

During the recording of Soldier (1980), Pop and David Bowie argued with Williamson over various aspects of the project. Iggy Pop_sentence_86

Williamson recalling "I was not at all happy with a number of aspects of that record including the band, the material and the recording facilities. Iggy Pop_sentence_87

So I was unhappy in general and vice versa". Iggy Pop_sentence_88

Williamson left the project. Iggy Pop_sentence_89

Bowie appeared on the song "Play it Safe", performing backing vocals with the group Simple Minds. Iggy Pop_sentence_90

The album and its follow-up Party (1981) were both commercial failures, and Pop was dropped from Arista. Iggy Pop_sentence_91

His drug habit varied in intensity during this time, but persisted. Iggy Pop_sentence_92

1980s Iggy Pop_section_6

In 1980, Pop published his autobiography I Need More, co-written with Anne Wehner, an Ann Arbor arts patron. Iggy Pop_sentence_93

The book, which includes a selection of black and white photographs, featured a foreword by Andy Warhol. Iggy Pop_sentence_94

Warhol wrote that he met Pop when he was Jim Osterberg, at the Ann Arbor Film Festival in 1966. Iggy Pop_sentence_95

"I don't know why he hasn't made it really big," Warhol wrote. Iggy Pop_sentence_96

"He is so good." Iggy Pop_sentence_97

The 1982 album Zombie Birdhouse on Chris Stein's Animal label, with Stein himself producing, was no more commercially successful than his Arista works. Iggy Pop_sentence_98

In 1983, Pop's fortunes changed when David Bowie recorded a cover of the song "China Girl". Iggy Pop_sentence_99

The song had originally appeared on The Idiot, and was a major hit on Bowie's blockbuster Let's Dance album. Iggy Pop_sentence_100

As co-writer of the song, Pop received substantial royalties. Iggy Pop_sentence_101

On Tonight in 1984, Bowie recorded five more of their co-written songs (2 from Lust for Life, 1 from New Values, and 2 new songs), assuring Pop financial security, at least for the short term. Iggy Pop_sentence_102

The support from Bowie enabled Pop to take a three-year break, during which he overcame his resurgent heroin addiction and took acting classes. Iggy Pop_sentence_103

Additionally, Pop contributed the title song to the 1984 film Repo Man (with Steve Jones, previously of the Sex Pistols, on guitar, and Nigel Harrison and Clem Burke, both of Blondie on bass and drums) as well as an instrumental called "Repo Man Theme" that was played during the opening credits. Iggy Pop_sentence_104

In 1985, Pop recorded some demos with Jones. Iggy Pop_sentence_105

He played these demos for Bowie, who was sufficiently impressed to offer to produce an album for Pop: 1986's new wave-influenced Blah-Blah-Blah, featuring the single "Real Wild Child", a cover of "The Wild One", originally written and recorded by Australian rock 'n' roll musician Johnny O'Keefe in 1958. Iggy Pop_sentence_106

The single was a Top 10 hit in the UK and was successful around the world, especially in Australia, where it has been used since 1987 as the theme music for the ABC's late-night music video show Rage. Iggy Pop_sentence_107

Blah-Blah-Blah was Pop's highest-charting album in the U.S. since The Idiot in 1977, peaking at No. Iggy Pop_sentence_108

75 on the Billboard Top 200 albums chart. Iggy Pop_sentence_109

Also in 1985, Pop and Lou Reed contributed their singing voices to the animated film Rock & Rule. Iggy Pop_sentence_110

Pop performed the song "Pain & Suffering" in the final sequence of the film. Iggy Pop_sentence_111

In 1987, Pop appeared (along with Bootsy Collins) on a mostly instrumental album, Neo Geo, by Japanese composer Ryuichi Sakamoto. Iggy Pop_sentence_112

The music video for "Risky", written and directed by Meiert Avis, won the first ever MTV Breakthrough Video Award. Iggy Pop_sentence_113

The groundbreaking video explores philosopher FM-2030's ideas of Nostalgia for the Future in the form of an imagined love affair between a robot and one of Man Ray's models in Paris in the late 1930s. Iggy Pop_sentence_114

Additional inspiration was drawn from Jean Baudrillard, Edvard Munch's 1894 painting Puberty, and Roland Barthes Death of the Author. Iggy Pop_sentence_115

The surrealist black-and-white video uses stop motion, light painting, and other retro in-camera effects techniques. Iggy Pop_sentence_116

Meiert Avis recorded Sakamoto while at work on the score for The Last Emperor in London. Iggy Pop_sentence_117

Sakamoto also appears in the video painting words and messages to an open shutter camera. Iggy Pop_sentence_118

Pop, who performs the vocals on "Risky", chose not to appear in the video, allowing his performance space to be occupied by the surrealist era robot. Iggy Pop_sentence_119

Pop's follow-up to Blah Blah Blah, Instinct (1988), was a turnaround in musical direction. Iggy Pop_sentence_120

Its stripped-back, guitar-based sound leaned further towards the sound of the Stooges than any of his solo albums to date. Iggy Pop_sentence_121

His record label dropped him, but the King Biscuit Flower Hour radio show recorded the Instinct tour (featuring guitarist Andy McCoy and Alvin Gibbs on bass) in Boston on July 19, 1988. Iggy Pop_sentence_122

Working with rock attorney Stann Findelle, Pop scored more movie soundtrack inclusions in 1989: "Living on the Edge of the Night" in the Ridley Scott thriller Black Rain; and "Love Transfusion", a song originally written by Alice Cooper (who does backing vocals) and Desmond Child, in Wes Craven's Shocker. Iggy Pop_sentence_123

Also, at the same time, Pop, dissatisfied from RCA's decisions, revoked copyrights of his RCA releases, assigned it to his company Thousand Mile, and signed a contract with Virgin Records, which was a unique hybrid of distribution deal for his RCA releases and a recording contract for new albums. Iggy Pop_sentence_124

Virgin first reissued Lust for Life and The Idiot in 1990, then TV Eye Live 1977 in 1994. Iggy Pop_sentence_125

Virgin continues to distribute these albums to this day. Iggy Pop_sentence_126

1990s Iggy Pop_section_7

In 1990, Pop recorded Brick by Brick, produced by Don Was, with members of Guns N' Roses and The B-52's as guests, as well as backup vocals by many local Hollywood groups, two of whom (Whitey Kirst and Craig Pike) would create his band to tour and perform on his Kiss My Blood video (1991), directed by Tim Pope and filmed at the Olympia in Paris. Iggy Pop_sentence_127

The video attracted much controversy, as it featured much footage of Pop performing with his penis exposed to the audience. Iggy Pop_sentence_128

The album featured his first Top 40 U.S. hit, "Candy", a duet with B-52's singer Kate Pierson. Iggy Pop_sentence_129

Also in 1990, Pop sang the role of "The Prosecutor" for the POINT Music/Philips Classics recording (released in 1992) of composer John Moran's multimedia opera The Manson Family. Iggy Pop_sentence_130

That year he also contributed to the Red Hot Organization's AIDS benefit album Red Hot + Blue project, singing a version of "Well Did You Evah!" Iggy Pop_sentence_131

in a duet with Debbie Harry. Iggy Pop_sentence_132

In the early to middle 1990s, Pop would make several guest appearances on the Nickelodeon show The Adventures of Pete and Pete. Iggy Pop_sentence_133

He played James Mecklenberg, Nona Mecklenberg's father. Iggy Pop_sentence_134

In 1991, Pop and Kirst contributed the song "Why Was I Born (Freddy's Dead)" to the soundtrack of the film Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare. Iggy Pop_sentence_135

The song also plays over the end credits of the film, with a compilation of clips from the A Nightmare on Elm Street series running alongside the end credits. Iggy Pop_sentence_136

In the same year, Pop sang a leading role in the John Moran opera The Manson Family. Iggy Pop_sentence_137

In 1992, he collaborated with Goran Bregović on the soundtrack for the movie Arizona Dream by Emir Kusturica. Iggy Pop_sentence_138

Pop sang four of the songs: In the Deathcar, TV Screen, Get the Money, and This is a Film. Iggy Pop_sentence_139

Also in 1992, he collaborated with the New York City band White Zombie. Iggy Pop_sentence_140

He recorded spoken word vocals on the intro and outro of the song "Black Sunshine" as well as playing the character of a writer in the video shot for the song. Iggy Pop_sentence_141

He is singled out for special thanks in the liner notes of the band's album La Sexorcisto: Devil Music Volume One. Iggy Pop_sentence_142

In 1993, Pop released American Caesar, including two successful singles, "Wild America" and "Beside You". Iggy Pop_sentence_143

The following year Pop contributed to Buckethead's album Giant Robot, including the songs "Buckethead's Toy Store" and "Post Office Buddy". Iggy Pop_sentence_144

He appears also on the Les Rita Mitsouko album Système D where he sings the duet "My Love is Bad" with Catherine Ringer. Iggy Pop_sentence_145

In 1996, Pop again found mainstream fame when his 1977 song "Lust for Life" was featured in the film Trainspotting. Iggy Pop_sentence_146

A new video was recorded for the song, with clips from the film and studio footage of Pop dancing with one of the film's stars, Ewen Bremner. Iggy Pop_sentence_147

A Pop concert also served as a plot point in the film. Iggy Pop_sentence_148

The song has also been used in TV commercials for Royal Caribbean and as the theme music to The Jim Rome Show, a nationally syndicated American sports talk show. Iggy Pop_sentence_149

In 1996, Pop released Naughty Little Doggie, with Whitey Kirst returning on guitar, and the single "I Wanna Live". Iggy Pop_sentence_150

In 1997, he remixed Raw Power to give it a rougher, more hard-edged sound; fans had complained for years that Bowie's official "rescue effort" mix was muddy and lacking in bass. Iggy Pop_sentence_151

Pop testified in the reissue's liner notes that on the new mix, "everything's still in the red". Iggy Pop_sentence_152

He co-produced his 1999 album Avenue B with Don Was, releasing the single "Corruption". Iggy Pop_sentence_153

In 1997, Pop was credited with the soundtrack to the film The Brave. Iggy Pop_sentence_154

On January 1, 1998, Pop made a guest appearance on Paramount Television's science fiction series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Iggy Pop_sentence_155

Pop played a Vorta in an episode based upon the film The Magnificent Seven, titled "The Magnificent Ferengi". Iggy Pop_sentence_156

Pop also contributed the theme song for "Space Goofs". Iggy Pop_sentence_157

Pop supplied vocals for the 1999 Death in Vegas UK Top-10 single Aisha. Iggy Pop_sentence_158

The same year he appeared on Hashisheen, The End of Law, a collaborative effort by Bill Laswell, reading on the tracks The Western Lands and A Quick Trip to Alamut. Iggy Pop_sentence_159

He also sang on the tracks "Rolodex Propaganda" and "Enfilade" by At the Drive-In in 2000. Iggy Pop_sentence_160

For New Year's Eve 1997, Pop was the headliner for the annual Australian three-day concert the Falls Festival. Iggy Pop_sentence_161

He gave one of the most memorable performances in the history of the festival. Iggy Pop_sentence_162

A member of the audience got to do the countdown for the new year with Pop as part of a competition to guess Pop's new year's resolution (it was "To do nothing and make a lot of money!") Iggy Pop_sentence_163

The Stooges reunion: 2003–2010 Iggy Pop_section_8

Pop's 2003 album Skull Ring featured collaborators Sum 41, Green Day, Peaches, and The Trolls, as well as Ron and Scott Asheton, reuniting the three surviving founding members of the Stooges for the first time since 1974. Iggy Pop_sentence_164

Pop made a guest appearance on Peaches's song Kick It as well as the video. Iggy Pop_sentence_165

Also in 2003, his first full-length biography was published. Iggy Pop_sentence_166

Gimme Danger – The Story of Iggy Pop was written by Joe Ambrose; Pop did not collaborate on the biography or publicly endorse it. Iggy Pop_sentence_167

Having enjoyed working with the Ashetons on Skull Ring, Pop reformed the Stooges with bassist Mike Watt (formerly of the Minutemen) filling in for the late Dave Alexander, and Fun House saxophonist Steve Mackay rejoining the lineup. Iggy Pop_sentence_168

They have toured regularly since 2004. Iggy Pop_sentence_169

That year, Pop opened Madonna's Reinvention World Tour in Dublin. Iggy Pop_sentence_170

Pop and the Stooges played the Glastonbury Festival in June 2007. Iggy Pop_sentence_171

Their set included material from the 2007 album The Weirdness and classics such as "No Fun" and "I Wanna Be Your Dog". Iggy Pop_sentence_172

Pop also caused controversy in June 2007 when he was interviewed on the BBC's coverage of the Glastonbury Festival. Iggy Pop_sentence_173

He used the phrase "paki shop", apparently unaware of its racist connotations, prompting three complaints and an apology from the BBC. Iggy Pop_sentence_174

On March 10, 2008 Pop appeared at Madonna's induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York. Iggy Pop_sentence_175

Together with the Stooges he sang raucous versions of two Madonna hits, "Burning Up" and "Ray of Light". Iggy Pop_sentence_176

Before leaving the stage he looked directly at Madonna, quoting "You make me feel shiny and new, like a virgin, touched for the very first time", from Madonna's hit song "Like a Virgin". Iggy Pop_sentence_177

According to guitarist Ron Asheton, Madonna asked the Stooges to perform in her place, as a protest to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for not inducting the Stooges despite six appearances on the nomination ballot. Iggy Pop_sentence_178

Pop also sang on the "No Fun" cover by Asian Dub Foundation on their 2008 album Punkara. Iggy Pop_sentence_179

On January 6, 2009, original Stooges guitarist and Pop's self-described best friend Ron Asheton was found dead from an apparent heart attack. Iggy Pop_sentence_180

He was 60 years old. Iggy Pop_sentence_181

In 2009 James Williamson rejoined the band after 29 years. Iggy Pop_sentence_182

On December 15, 2009 it was announced that the Stooges would be inducted into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on March 15, 2010. Iggy Pop_sentence_183

Pop had "about two hours of a strong emotional reaction" to the news. Iggy Pop_sentence_184

2000s Iggy Pop_section_9

Pop produced 2001's Beat 'Em Up, which gave birth to The Trolls, releasing the single "Football" featuring Trolls alumni Whitey Kirst and brother Alex. Iggy Pop_sentence_185

In 2005, Pop appeared, along with Madonna, Little Richard, Bootsy Collins, and The Roots' Questlove, in an American TV commercial for the Motorola ROKR phone. Iggy Pop_sentence_186

In early 2006, Pop and the Stooges played in Australia and New Zealand for the Big Day Out. Iggy Pop_sentence_187

They also began work on a new album, The Weirdness, which was recorded by Steve Albini and released in March 2007. Iggy Pop_sentence_188

In August 2006, Pop and the Stooges performed at the Lowlands pop festival in the Netherlands, Hodokvas in Slovakia and in the Sziget Festival in Budapest. Iggy Pop_sentence_189

Author Paul Trynka completed a biography of Pop (with his blessing) called Open Up and Bleed, published in early 2007. Iggy Pop_sentence_190

More recently, Pop and the Stooges played at Bam Margera's wedding and Pop appeared on the single "Punkrocker" with the Teddybears in a Cadillac television commercial. Iggy Pop_sentence_191

Pop was also the voice of Lil' Rummy on the Comedy Central cartoon Lil' Bush and confirmed that he has done voices for American Dad! Iggy Pop_sentence_192

and Grand Theft Auto IV, which also included the Stooges song "I Wanna Be Your Dog" (though the game's manual credited Iggy Pop as the artist). Iggy Pop_sentence_193

Pop guested on Profanation, the new album by the Bill Laswell-helmed group Praxis, which was released on January 1, 2008. Iggy Pop_sentence_194

Pop collaborated with Danger Mouse and Sparklehorse on the album Dark Night of the Soul, singing the track "Pain". Iggy Pop_sentence_195

Pop's fifteenth solo album, Préliminaires, was released on June 2, 2009. Iggy Pop_sentence_196

Inspired by a novel by French author Michel Houellebecq called La Possibilité d'une île (2005; Trans. Iggy Pop_sentence_197

as The Possibility of an Island by Gavin Bowd, 2006), Pop was approached to provide the soundtrack for a documentary film on Houellebecq and his attempts to make a film from his novel. Iggy Pop_sentence_198

He describes this new release as a "quieter album with some jazz overtones", the first single off the album, "King of the Dogs", bearing a sound strongly influenced by New Orleans jazz musicians such as Louis Armstrong and Jelly Roll Morton. Iggy Pop_sentence_199

Pop said that the song was his response to being "sick of listening to idiot thugs with guitars banging out crappy music". Iggy Pop_sentence_200

The album is available on legal download sites, CD, and a deluxe box set is available at only 6000 units worldwide. Iggy Pop_sentence_201

This box set contains the Préliminaires album, a collector "Les Feuilles Mortes" b/w "King of the Dogs" 7 inch, the cover of which is Pop's portrait by Marjane Satrapi, and a 38-page booklet of drawings also by Marjane Satrapi. Iggy Pop_sentence_202

In January 2009, Pop was signed up as the face of Swiftcover, the UK-based online insurance company. Iggy Pop_sentence_203

He fronted a £25 million TV ad campaign for Swiftcover, using the strapline "Get a Life". Iggy Pop_sentence_204

The advert was then banned by the Advertising Standards Authority on April 28, 2009 for being misleading – it implied that Pop himself had an insurance policy with Swiftcover when at the time the company did not insure musicians. Iggy Pop_sentence_205

2010s Iggy Pop_section_10

Pop also sings on "We're All Gonna Die" on Slash's first solo album Slash, which was released in April 2010. Iggy Pop_sentence_206

He appeared as a character in the video game Lego Rock Band to sing his song "The Passenger" and also lent his voice for the in game tutorial. Iggy Pop_sentence_207

With reference to the song "The Passenger", Pop has appeared on NZ television advertising phone networks to show how he can get a band to play together by conference call. Iggy Pop_sentence_208

He was inducted as part of the Stooges into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on March 15, 2010. Iggy Pop_sentence_209

After a March 2010 stage diving accident, Pop claimed he would no longer stage dive. Iggy Pop_sentence_210

However, he did so on three occasions at a concert in Madrid, Spain on April 30, 2010. Iggy Pop_sentence_211

And it was much the same in London at the Hammersmith Apollo on May 2, 2010. Iggy Pop_sentence_212

On July 9, 2010 he again stage dived in Zottegem, Belgium, causing Pop to bleed from the face. Iggy Pop_sentence_213

In June 2010, Pop appeared at Yonge and Dundas Square in Toronto with the reformed Stooges on the NXNE main stage. Iggy Pop_sentence_214

In 2011 he teamed up with The Lilies, a collaboration between Sergio Dias of Os Mutantes and French group Tahiti Boy & The Palmtree Family, to record the single "Why? Iggy Pop_sentence_215

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Pop lent his image to PETA's campaign against the annual Canada seal hunt. Iggy Pop_sentence_217

On April 7, 2011, at age 63, Pop performed "Real Wild Child" on the tenth season of American Idol; the Los Angeles Times music blog "Iggy Pop & Hiss" described Pop as being "still magnetic, still disturbing". Iggy Pop_sentence_218

He is also featured on Kesha's song "Dirty Love" on her second album Warrior. Iggy Pop_sentence_219

On August 25, 2013, Iggy and the Stooges co-headlined RiotFest 2013's Day 2, performing in Toronto and Denver along with The Replacements. Iggy Pop_sentence_220

In 2012, Pop was voted into the Michigan Rock and Roll Legends Hall of Fame. Iggy Pop_sentence_221

Stooges drummer Scott Asheton died of a heart attack in March 2014 at the age of 64. Iggy Pop_sentence_222

On October 14, 2014, Pop gave the fourth annual BBC Music John Peel Lecture in Salford, on the topic of "Free Music in a Capitalist Society". Iggy Pop_sentence_223

He used the lecture to discuss his experiences of the music industry, and his reflections on the effect of the internet on the consumption of music and the broader media. Iggy Pop_sentence_224

Pop hosts a weekly radio show on BBC Radio 6, where he covers an eclectic range of music from punk to jazz, he also champions and pushes new artists such as Shame, Fat White Family, False Heads and Sleaford Mods. Iggy Pop_sentence_225

In January 2015, it was announced that Pop contributed the theme song to Alex Cox's film Bill, the Galactic Hero. Iggy Pop_sentence_226

He also collaborated with New Order on the song "Stray Dog" of their album Music Complete released in September of that year. Iggy Pop_sentence_227

Pop also collaborated with Tomoyasu Hotei on the songs "How The Cookie Crumbles" and "Walking Through The Night" from the album Strangers, also released that same year. Iggy Pop_sentence_228

On June 22, 2016, Stooges guitarist James Williamson made an official statement saying that the Stooges are no more: Iggy Pop_sentence_229

Williamson also added that touring had become boring, and trying to balance the band's career as well as Pop's was a difficult task. Iggy Pop_sentence_230

In 2016, Pop recorded an album with Josh Homme titled Post Pop Depression. Iggy Pop_sentence_231

The album was released on March 18, with a tour of Europe and North America entitled Post Pop Depression Tour to follow, starting from March 28. Iggy Pop_sentence_232

On both sides of the Atlantic, the album set a new peak chart position for Iggy Pop albums, becoming his first ever US Top 20 album and first ever UK Top 5 album. Iggy Pop_sentence_233

On October 28, 2016, Pop released the double live album Post Iggy Pop Depression: Live At The Royal Albert Hall on Eagle Rock Entertainment (on DVD+2CD and digital formats). Iggy Pop_sentence_234

In 2017, Pop composed and performed vocals on the song "The Pure and the Damned" by Oneohtrix Point Never on the soundtrack for the crime film Good Time. Iggy Pop_sentence_235

On July 27, 2018, Pop released a joint EP with Underworld, titled Teatime Dub Encounters. Iggy Pop_sentence_236

Pop and Underworld had both contributed tracks to Danny Boyle's 1996 movie Trainspotting. Iggy Pop_sentence_237

On June 25, 2019, The New York Times Magazine listed Pop among hundreds of artists whose material was reportedly destroyed in the 2008 Universal fire. Iggy Pop_sentence_238

Pop's eighteenth studio album, Free, was released on September 6, 2019. Iggy Pop_sentence_239

2020s Iggy Pop_section_11

In January 2020, Pop received a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. Iggy Pop_sentence_240

On April 10, 2020, Pop released an alternate mix of his hit song "China Girl" as part of the forthcoming release on May 29 of The Bowie Years, a new seven-disc deluxe box set due to feature expanded remastered versions of his David Bowie-produced albums The Idiot and Lust for Life, both originally released in 1977. Iggy Pop_sentence_241

The box set is due to include remastered versions of both 1977 studio projects along with outtakes, alternate mixes and a 40-page book. Iggy Pop_sentence_242

As well, the two original albums are due to be paired with an additional album of live material to create separate stand-alone two-disc deluxe editions. Iggy Pop_sentence_243

In December 2020, Pop featured on a rework of Elvis Costello's song "No Flag" from Costello's 2020 album Hey Clockface. Iggy Pop_sentence_244

The song is a rerecording with Iggy Pop providing the vocals, translated to French for this version. Iggy Pop_sentence_245

Film, television and radio career Iggy Pop_section_12

As an actor Pop has appeared in a number of movies, including Sid and Nancy (a non-speaking cameo role), The Color of Money, Hardware (voice only), The Crow: City of Angels, The Rugrats Movie, Snow Day, Coffee and Cigarettes (opposite Tom Waits, in the third segment of the film, "Somewhere in California"), Cry-Baby, Dead Man, Tank Girl and Atolladero, a Spanish science fiction Western. Iggy Pop_sentence_246

He was wanted to play Funboy in the original The Crow movie, but his recording schedule would not permit him. Iggy Pop_sentence_247

In February 2009, he played the character Victor in the movie Suck. Iggy Pop_sentence_248

Pop was featured alongside indie starlet Greta Gerwig in the film Art House, which premiered at the Nashville Film Festival in April 2010. Iggy Pop_sentence_249

Pop has been featured in multiple television series, including Tales from the Crypt, The Adventures of Pete & Pete, where he played Nona's dad in the second and third season, and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, in which he played Yelgrun in the episode "The Magnificent Ferengi". Iggy Pop_sentence_250

With the Stooges, he was featured in an episode of MTV's Bam's Unholy Union as the main band performing at Bam Margera's wedding. Iggy Pop_sentence_251

Additionally, a portion of the music video for Pop's "Butt Town" was featured on an episode of Beavis and Butthead. Iggy Pop_sentence_252

Pop voiced Lil' Rummy on the Comedy Central show Lil' Bush, and also provided the voice for a character in the English-language version of the 2007 animated film Persepolis. Iggy Pop_sentence_253

Pop has been profiled in several rockumentaries and has had songs on many soundtracks, including Crocodile Dundee II; Trainspotting; Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels; Haggard; Arizona Dream; Repo Man; Black Rain; Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare; Shocker; and Kurt Cobain: About a Son. Iggy Pop_sentence_254

Pop worked with Johnny Depp on several films: they appeared together in Cry-Baby and Dead Man. Iggy Pop_sentence_255

Pop provided the soundtrack for The Brave, which was directed by and starred Depp, and music for Depp's 1993 film Arizona Dream. Iggy Pop_sentence_256

Pop also voiced a cameo in the American Dad! Iggy Pop_sentence_257

episode "American Dream Factory" as Jerry, the drummer, in [[Steve_Smith_(American_Dad! Iggy Pop_sentence_258

)|Steve Smith]]'s band. Iggy Pop_sentence_259

He makes an appearance in FLicKeR, a 2008 feature documentary by Nik Sheehan about Brion Gysin and the Dreamachine. Iggy Pop_sentence_260

Pop played himself as the DJ of the fictional rock station Liberty Rock Radio 97. Iggy Pop_sentence_261

8 in the video game Grand Theft Auto IV. Iggy Pop_sentence_262

The Stooges song "I Wanna Be Your Dog" was featured on the same station. Iggy Pop_sentence_263

Pop also featured as a voice talent in the 2004 ATARI video game DRIV3R, which was produced by Reflections Interactive. Iggy Pop_sentence_264

Pop appears as a character in the Adult Swim animated comedy/adventure series The Venture Bros.. Iggy Pop_sentence_265

He is one of the bodyguards, along with Klaus Nomi, of David Bowie, who is "The Sovereign" of the Guild of Calamitous Intent. Iggy Pop_sentence_266

Pop has some unclear super-powers, which he uses when he and Nomi turn against Bowie. Iggy Pop_sentence_267

In 2012, Pop played the conscience of a clown named Elliot (Denis Lavant) in the French film L'Étoile du jour (Morning Star) directed by Sophie Blondy. Iggy Pop_sentence_268

In 2013, Pop appeared briefly in the French film Les gamins then he voiced The Caterpillar in the television series Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. Iggy Pop_sentence_269

In 2014, Pop presented (narrated) the BBC documentary "Burroughs at 100". Iggy Pop_sentence_270

William Burroughs profoundly affected Pop's writing, inspiring lyrics in the famous "Lust for Life". Iggy Pop_sentence_271

It was aired in the US on This American Life on January 30, 2015 in the episode "Burroughs 101", commemorating his 101st birthday. Iggy Pop_sentence_272

Pop hosts a weekly radio show and podcast titled "Iggy Confidential" on BBC 6 Music every Friday at 19.00 UK time. Iggy Pop_sentence_273

Based on Kai Grehn []'s German translation of Walt Whitman's poetry cycle in 2005, a radio drama and bilingual double-CD audio book "Kinder Adams/Children of Adam" was released by Hörbuch Hamburg in 2014, including a complete reading by Pop. Iggy Pop_sentence_274

In 2015, Pop had a starring role as Vicious in the Björn Tagemose-directed silent film Gutterdämmerung opposite Grace Jones, Henry Rollins and Lemmy. Iggy Pop_sentence_275

Pop was featured in the Rammstein DVD Rammstein in Amerika. Iggy Pop_sentence_276

In 2016, Pop was featured as a main subject in the documentary Danny Says starring alongside Danny Fields, Alice Cooper, Judy Collins, Wayne Kramer, Jac Holzman and more. Iggy Pop_sentence_277

In the same year, Pop starred in Toby Tobias' thriller Blood Orange in which he plays an ageing rock star. Iggy Pop_sentence_278

Also during 2016, Jim Jarmusch directed Gimme Danger, a documentary movie about the band. Iggy Pop_sentence_279

Also in 2016, he participated, with Michel Houellebecq and others, in Erik Lieshout's documentary To Stay Alive: A Method. Iggy Pop_sentence_280

In 2017, Pop appeared in Song to Song directed by Terrence Malick, opposite Michael Fassbender. Iggy Pop_sentence_281

In early 2019, Pop executive produced a four part documentary series entitled PUNK for Epix. Iggy Pop_sentence_282

Pop also appears as a zombie in the 2019 Jim Jarmusch film The Dead Don't Die. Iggy Pop_sentence_283

Biopic Iggy Pop_section_13

The Passenger was the putative name for a biographical film about Pop's early career with the Stooges. Iggy Pop_sentence_284

The film was to be directed by Nick Gomez and Elijah Wood was to play Pop. Iggy Pop_sentence_285

Pop liked the script but refused to take part in the film. Iggy Pop_sentence_286

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He also called Wood "a very poised and talented actor". Iggy Pop_sentence_288

The project appears to have been shelved. Iggy Pop_sentence_289

Classical scholarship Iggy Pop_section_14

In 1995, an established journal of classical scholarship, Classics Ireland, published Pop's reflections on the applicability of Edward Gibbon's Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire to the modern world in a short article, Caesar Lives, (Vol. 2, 1995). Iggy Pop_sentence_290

Pop also relates how reading Gibbon while on tour in the Southern United States inspired him to a spontaneous soliloquy he called "Caesar". Iggy Pop_sentence_291

Personal life Iggy Pop_section_15

Pop lives near Miami, Florida. Iggy Pop_sentence_292

He has been married three times: to Wendy Weissberg (for several weeks in 1968 before the marriage was annulled shortly thereafter), to Suchi Asano (from 1984 until their divorce in 1999), and to his longtime partner Nina Alu, whom he married in 2008. Iggy Pop_sentence_293

He has a son, Eric Benson, born in 1970 from a relationship with Paulette Benson. Iggy Pop_sentence_294

In the 1990s, Pop developed a friendship with Johnny Depp, Jim Jarmusch, and tattoo artist Jonathan Shaw. Iggy Pop_sentence_295

According to Shaw, the four wore matching rings depicting a skull, and all but Pop received a similar skull-and-crossbones tattoo. Iggy Pop_sentence_296

Legacy Iggy Pop_section_16

Cover versions Iggy Pop_sentence_297

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Notable admirers Iggy Pop_sentence_298

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  • Music journalist Lester Bangs was one of the first writers to champion the Stooges in a national publication. His piece "Of Pop and Pies and Fun" for Creem Magazine was published about the time of the Stooges' second album Fun House. Another music journalist, Legs McNeil, was especially fond of Iggy and the Stooges and championed them in many of his writings.Iggy Pop_item_1_13

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  • Kurt Cobain consistently listed Raw Power as his no. 1 favorite album of all time in the "Favorite Albums" lists that featured in his Journals.Iggy Pop_item_2_14

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  • In August 1995, all three Stooges albums were included in British music magazine Mojo's influential "100 Greatest Albums of All Time" feature. Fun House was placed the highest, at 16.Iggy Pop_item_3_15

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  • In 2004, Rolling Stone ranked the Stooges No. 78 on their list of 100 of the most influential artists of the past 50 years.Iggy Pop_item_4_16
  • Horror punk band Frankenstein Drag Queens from Planet 13 Covered "I Wanna Be Your Dog" in their box set Little Box of Horrors in 2006.Iggy Pop_item_4_17
  • Slash included their self-titled debut amongst his favourite studio albums.Iggy Pop_item_4_18
  • Peter Hook included their live album Metallic K.O. amongst his favourite albums.Iggy Pop_item_4_19

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  • In the movie Velvet Goldmine, Ewan McGregor portrays Curt Wilde, a character loosely based on Pop. McGregor performs the Stooges songs "TV Eye" and "Gimme Danger" in the film.Iggy Pop_item_5_20

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Discography Iggy Pop_section_17

Main articles: Iggy Pop discography and The Stooges discography Iggy Pop_sentence_300

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with the Stooges Iggy Pop_sentence_301

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Solo Iggy Pop_sentence_303

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Awards and nominations Iggy Pop_section_18

Iggy Pop_table_general_1

YearIggy Pop_header_cell_1_0_0 AwardsIggy Pop_header_cell_1_0_1 WorkIggy Pop_header_cell_1_0_2 CategoryIggy Pop_header_cell_1_0_3 ResultIggy Pop_header_cell_1_0_4
1977Iggy Pop_cell_1_1_0 Creem Magazine AwardsIggy Pop_cell_1_1_1 Lust for LifeIggy Pop_cell_1_1_2 Top Album – No. 24Iggy Pop_cell_1_1_3 NominatedIggy Pop_cell_1_1_4
Raw PowerIggy Pop_cell_1_2_0 Best Reissue – No. 5Iggy Pop_cell_1_2_1 NominatedIggy Pop_cell_1_2_2
HimselfIggy Pop_cell_1_3_0 Best New Wave Group/Performer – No. 3Iggy Pop_cell_1_3_1 NominatedIggy Pop_cell_1_3_2
Punk of the Year – No. 2Iggy Pop_cell_1_4_0 NominatedIggy Pop_cell_1_4_1
Comeback of the Year – No. 1Iggy Pop_cell_1_5_0 WonIggy Pop_cell_1_5_1
1980Iggy Pop_cell_1_6_0 Punk of the Year – No. 1Iggy Pop_cell_1_6_1 WonIggy Pop_cell_1_6_2
1987Iggy Pop_cell_1_7_0 Pollstar Concert Industry AwardsIggy Pop_cell_1_7_1 TourIggy Pop_cell_1_7_2 Small Hall Tour of the YearIggy Pop_cell_1_7_3 NominatedIggy Pop_cell_1_7_4
1988Iggy Pop_cell_1_8_0 Club Tour of the YearIggy Pop_cell_1_8_1 NominatedIggy Pop_cell_1_8_2
1989Iggy Pop_cell_1_9_0 Small Hall Tour of the YearIggy Pop_cell_1_9_1 NominatedIggy Pop_cell_1_9_2
Grammy AwardsIggy Pop_cell_1_10_0 "Cold Metal"Iggy Pop_cell_1_10_1 Best Hard Rock/Metal PerformanceIggy Pop_cell_1_10_2 NominatedIggy Pop_cell_1_10_3
1992Iggy Pop_cell_1_11_0 Razzie AwardsIggy Pop_cell_1_11_1 "Why Was I Born (Freddy's Dead)"Iggy Pop_cell_1_11_2 Worst Original SongIggy Pop_cell_1_11_3 NominatedIggy Pop_cell_1_11_4
1997Iggy Pop_cell_1_12_0 MTV Video Music AwardsIggy Pop_cell_1_12_1 "Lust for Life"Iggy Pop_cell_1_12_2 Best Video from a FilmIggy Pop_cell_1_12_3 NominatedIggy Pop_cell_1_12_4
2004Iggy Pop_cell_1_13_0 D&AD AwardsIggy Pop_cell_1_13_1 "Kick It" (with Peaches)Iggy Pop_cell_1_13_2 DirectionIggy Pop_cell_1_13_3 Wood PencilIggy Pop_cell_1_13_4
2009Iggy Pop_cell_1_14_0 Classic Rock Roll of Honour AwardsIggy Pop_cell_1_14_1 HimselfIggy Pop_cell_1_14_2 Living LegendIggy Pop_cell_1_14_3 WonIggy Pop_cell_1_14_4
2010Iggy Pop_cell_1_15_0 D&AD AwardsIggy Pop_cell_1_15_1 Together Incredible (with Orcon)Iggy Pop_cell_1_15_2 IntegratedIggy Pop_cell_1_15_3 Wood PencilIggy Pop_cell_1_15_4
2014Iggy Pop_cell_1_16_0 GQ Men of the Year AwardsIggy Pop_cell_1_16_1 HimselfIggy Pop_cell_1_16_2 Icon AwardIggy Pop_cell_1_16_3 WonIggy Pop_cell_1_16_4
2016Iggy Pop_cell_1_17_0 Critics' Choice Documentary AwardsIggy Pop_cell_1_17_1 Gimme DangerIggy Pop_cell_1_17_2 Most Compelling Living Subject of a DocumentaryIggy Pop_cell_1_17_3 WonIggy Pop_cell_1_17_4
2017Iggy Pop_cell_1_18_0 Grammy AwardsIggy Pop_cell_1_18_1 Post Pop DepressionIggy Pop_cell_1_18_2 Best Alternative Music AlbumIggy Pop_cell_1_18_3 NominatedIggy Pop_cell_1_18_4
Golden Globe AwardsIggy Pop_cell_1_19_0 "Gold" (with Danger Mouse)Iggy Pop_cell_1_19_1 Best Original SongIggy Pop_cell_1_19_2 NominatedIggy Pop_cell_1_19_3
A2IM Libera AwardsIggy Pop_cell_1_20_0 HimselfIggy Pop_cell_1_20_1 Best Live ActIggy Pop_cell_1_20_2 NominatedIggy Pop_cell_1_20_3
New Music AwardsIggy Pop_cell_1_21_0 College Artist of the YearIggy Pop_cell_1_21_1 NominatedIggy Pop_cell_1_21_2
Q AwardsIggy Pop_cell_1_22_0 "American Valhalla" (with Josh Homme)Iggy Pop_cell_1_22_1 Best VideoIggy Pop_cell_1_22_2 NominatedIggy Pop_cell_1_22_3
2018Iggy Pop_cell_1_23_0 "Bells & Circles" (with Underworld)Iggy Pop_cell_1_23_1 WonIggy Pop_cell_1_23_2
2019Iggy Pop_cell_1_24_0 Sweden GAFFA AwardsIggy Pop_cell_1_24_1 Teatime Dub Encounters (with Underworld)Iggy Pop_cell_1_24_2 Best International AlbumIggy Pop_cell_1_24_3 NominatedIggy Pop_cell_1_24_4
2019Iggy Pop_cell_1_25_0 GQ Men of the Year AwardsIggy Pop_cell_1_25_1 HimselfIggy Pop_cell_1_25_2 Lifetime Achievement AwardIggy Pop_cell_1_25_3 WonIggy Pop_cell_1_25_4
2020Iggy Pop_cell_1_26_0 Grammy AwardsIggy Pop_cell_1_26_1 HimselfIggy Pop_cell_1_26_2 Grammy Lifetime Achievement AwardIggy Pop_cell_1_26_3 WonIggy Pop_cell_1_26_4
Denmark GAFFA AwardsIggy Pop_cell_1_27_0 Best Foreign Solo ActIggy Pop_cell_1_27_1 PendingIggy Pop_cell_1_27_2
FreeIggy Pop_cell_1_28_0 Best Foreign AlbumIggy Pop_cell_1_28_1 PendingIggy Pop_cell_1_28_2
Hungarian Music AwardsIggy Pop_cell_1_29_0 International Alternative Music Album of the YearIggy Pop_cell_1_29_1 NominatedIggy Pop_cell_1_29_2
NME AwardsIggy Pop_cell_1_30_0 HimselfIggy Pop_cell_1_30_1 Best Live ActIggy Pop_cell_1_30_2 NominatedIggy Pop_cell_1_30_3

Honours Iggy Pop_section_19

In 2017, shortly after his 70th birthday, Pop was made a Commander of the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres by the French Consul general in Miami on behalf of the French government. Iggy Pop_sentence_304

A photo of Pop on stage with fans at the Sydney Opera House in 2019 taken by Antoine Veling won the Culture Category of the Sony World Photography Awards. Iggy Pop_sentence_305

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