Iggy Pop, NYC – 1996Iggy Pop has the best stomach muscles in Rock & Roll, he looks good just standing still.R-251 Iggy Pop, NY – 2010C-235 Iggy Pop, CA – 1974R-370 Iggy Pop, Toronto – 1977R-371 Iggy Pop, Cyrinda Foxe, David Bowie & Lisa Robinson, NYC – 1977R-403 Iggy Pop, Debbie Harry & Chris Stein, NYC – 1982C-141 Kate Moss, Johnny Depp & Iggy Pop, London – 1996R-458
I went to Los Angeles to give a talk at the Annenberg Space for Photography as part of the ‘Who Shot Rock & Roll’ exhibit and was the guest of honor at a private party, then met up with Steven Tyler before heading back home for more excitement… from the final night at legendary Kenny’s Castaways, to seeing Jacob Dylan at the former site of CBGB – and at long last I got to see ‘The French Elvis’ Johnny Hallyday… read more →
The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame held their Eighteenth Annual Induction Dinner in the Grand Ballroom of the Waldorf Astoria Hotel. It is always a great evening as some of the world’s biggest music stars come to honor their heroes. This year the event was tempered by the recent loss of Clash founder Joe Strummer, but for all the attendants, including ACDC, the Police, Elvis Costello and the Attractions, The Righteous Brothers, record exec Mo Ostin, sidemen Benny Benjamin,… read more →
Inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame this year were performers; Aerosmith, Solomon Burke, The Flamingos, Michael Jackson, Queen, Paul Simon, Steely Dan, Ritchie Valens; side-men James Burton and Johnnie Johnson; and Chris Blackwell. The evening was very interesting with people such as Keith Richards, Moby and the group ‘N Sync making the presentations and joining in the after dinner Jam Session.