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Stooges Concert To Be Webcast Tomorrow

Stooges Concert To Be Webcast Tomorrow

Iggy Pop and the Stooges Live are to have their Washington D.C. concert broadcast live over the 'net tomorrow night (April 5) through US National Public Radio.

The show is part of the band's first worldwide tour with Iggy re-united with the Asheton brothers, and celebrating the Stooges first studio album since '73, "The Weirdness."

The band will play the intimate 9:30 Club venue in Washington D.C. - and the webcast will start from approximately 10.30pm (Eastern Time) - that's 5.50pm here in the UK.

The Stooges mark II features The Stooges' original guitarist Ron Asheton and his brother, drummer Scott Asheton. Steve Mackay plays saxophone the Minutemen's Mike Watt are also on board. Original Stooges' bassist Dave Alexander died in 1975.

The Stooge's webcast is part of National Public Radio's live concert series - previous artists featured include The White Stripes, James Brown and Wilco. These concerts are still available to view on the NPR website.

Click here for more information about how you can watch Iggy and The Stooges live in concert


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