Slash's Guns N' Roses bandmate, Duff McKagan, and Chad Smith were also on hand to serve as the rhythm section for the all-star performance at the Hollywood Palladium last week
The godfather of punk brought in the big guns for an intense performance of new single Frenzy – complete with an incendiary solo from Watt
The punk rock icon has discussed his 19th album, the Andrew Watt-produced Every Loser, which features guest appearances from Josh Klinghoffer, Chad Smith and the late Taylor Hawkins
The Stooges frontman – who felt he wasn't what the band needed – also recalled a "wonderful encounter" with Bon Scott
The days are getting shorter, unlike our list of top-notch new guitar-led tunes. Hear the best of the best from Maya Delilah, Yo La Tengo, Matt Heafy, Johnny Marr & Noel Gallagher, David Knudson and more
Kick Me is first single to be shared from Elfman’s upcoming album, Bigger. Messier., which features remixed and reimagined renditions of tracks from 2021’s Big Mess
Iggy Pop joinedMetallica onstage last night (March 5) at a gig in Mexico City. They joined forces to perform "T.V. Eye," a track from the Stooges' 1970 album, Fun House.
Iggy & the Stooges' guitarist and Rock andRoll Hall of Famer James Williamson recently teamed up with Maia,a 19-year-old newcomer, to record "Sickkk,"a heavy new single.
Even after he passed away in 2009, Ron Asheton's legend hovered somewhere between "overrated" and "underrated," though today his impact cannot be overemphasized.
Today, GuitarWorld.com brings you "Burn," the new single by Iggy and the Stooges. It's the first single from their new album, Ready to Die, which will be released April 30 on Fat Possum.
Celebrated rocker Iggy Pop — who turned 65 over the weekend — will release a covers album titled Apres next month.
Stooges frontman Iggy Pop thinks today's music is like "cheap drinks in a bad supermarket" -- and the people who are making the music lack authenticity.
In a recent interview with Rolling Stone, Iggy Pop revealed that he has been working on new material with Stooges guitarist James Williamson.