PA The music industry has been in a financial free-fall since the turn of the…
- Posted on Dec 3rd 2010 10:30AM by Pat Pemberton
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Uncharacteristically shirt-clad, Iggy Pop plays a supporting role as a drummer for his high school cover band, the Iguanas. Then known as James Osterberg (the Iguanas would later inspire Iggy's nickname), the future frontman would go on to play drums for blues bands in Michigan and Illinois. In 1967, he stopped wearing shirts and transformed into a wild -- and sometimes bloody -- lead singer for what would become the Stooges, an inspiration for all punk bands to follow.