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Iggy Pop & The Stooges are to play their first UK live gigs since reuniting with guitarist James Williamson, performing ‘Raw Power’ from start to finish, as part of ATP’s Don’t Look Back series next May.

Two nights at the Hammersmith Apollo on May 2 and 3 will be the band’s first gigs with Williamson in over 35 years.

1973’s ‘Raw Power’ features “Search & Destroy” and “Gimme Danger”.

The Stooges will be supported by cult 70s punk rockers Suicide.

Tickets on sale for these special shows on Friday September 18.

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