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  1. handlepuller

    handlepuller Well-Known Member

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    was wondering how that Stooges show was a couple of weeks ago.

    Cool your kid is into that music now, must have been fun to go together.
     
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    The amazing thing is, Iggy has really struck a chord with this young generation. My Sons were the one's that wanted to go....there really is "Stooges Mania" sweeping the land. They were even on Jimmy Kimmel the other night.

    I've seen Iggy on 4 occasion and I've always loved him and the Stooges. Iggy is 60 years old and still acts like a dick on stage....you just gotta laugh at him. He really is the real McCoy, as far as a true rocker goes.

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  3. Charles L. Schmidt

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    I had a ticket but was ill so I gave it up. I can't believe they let him in the Fox Theater. The guys I was going with had a blast. Now I'd like to see the wild child go on tour with Patti Smith! I think the Royal Oak Music Theatre would be the perfect place to kick it off. cls
     
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    Chuck, that was the first time that I've been to the Fox. OH MY GOD! I have never seen a theater anything like it. My Grandmother told me stories about it when she was alive. Whenever relatives would visit from the old country, they would take them to the Fox....they were floored speachless.
     
  5. Charles L. Schmidt

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    Yeah it is a beautiful place to see a show. I saw B.B.King play there from the 1st row center of the orchestra pit. He sat in a chair six feet directly in front of me playing. Tony Bennett sang there and stopped to ask the audience if they would be real quite so he could sing without amplification. He said he had heard that the acoustics in that building were so good that he could sing without any help. And he did. What a contrast from screaming Iggy Pop!

    Great photos! Chuck
     
  6. handlepuller

    handlepuller Well-Known Member

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    Must have been really cool.

    I'd like to check him out live sometime.
     
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