There can be only one Iggy Pop. This “Godfather of Punk” came onto the scene in the late ‘60s with future Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame inductee punk rock band The Stooges. Known for his wiry live energy and over-the-top stage antics, Iggy Pop as a solo artist has treated the public to a variety of musical flavors ranging from hard rock to art rock, and new wave to electronica. There is a strong honesty and unique flair to Iggy’s music, delivered by his smart songwriting and rich booming vocals. His convulsive, ever youthful vivacity, evident still to this day in his stage performance, will continue to command respect and inspire the minds of rock fans ages to come.