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Iggy Pop


James Newell Osterberg Jr. is an American singer, songwriter and actor born April 21, 1947 in Muskegon, Michigan.

On 16 September 1977, Iggy Pop came to play at the Roma Hall in Antwerp, during the fabulous year of punk. His album ‘Lust for Life’ was released just a week before. It contains real classics like ‘The Passenger’, ‘Lust for Life’ and ‘Tonight’ (later a hit for David Bowie in duet with Tina Turner).

The beginning of the seventies was difficult for Iggy. With The Stooges he never got the success he deserved and the band finally broke up in 1976.
But Iggy had a great chance; his friend David Bowie tried several times to get his career back on track. First with the Stooges, then solo.
The two of them moved to Berlin, where they lived in the Turkish Quarter and recorded several important albums.
Iggy recorded two historic albums in Hansa Studios: The Idiot and Lust for Life.

The concert at Roma is obviously full of energy. The opening act, Antwerp punks The Kids, set the hall on fire and Iggy followed suit. During the concert he climbs on one of the statues next to the stage. Lust for Life, let’s say!

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