What was The Stooges biggest hit?
I Wanna Be Your Dog
# 1 – I Wanna Be Your Dog The classic track “I Wanna Be Your Dog,” was released on the band’s debut album The Stooges in 1969. It’s not just our personal favorite. We think it’s the most influential song the band ever recorded.
Who is the godfather of punk?
Godfather of Punk can refer to: Captain Beefheart (1941-2010) Iggy Pop (born 1947), of The Stooges. Joey Ramone (1951-2001), of The Ramones.
Who is Iggy Pop’s son?
Eric BensonIggy Pop / Son
What bands did the Stooges influence?
Bands like The Ramones, Blondie, and Television were influenced by The Stooges, and Pop befriended many in that New York scene. The Stooges became a forerunner of the New York Dolls and those aforementioned acts that emerged, alongside Talking Heads and others, as the cornerstone of American punk rock.
Why choose the Ziggy band?
The Ziggy Band offers complete wedding and event packages, covering, light Jazz, Classical or Pop music for ceremony, cocktails and dinner, to the Latest Hits guaranteed to keep your guests on the dance floor! You design it,The Ziggy Band brings it to life!
What kind of music do they play at Ziggy’s?
Top 40, Pop, Rock, Country, Disco, Latin, Jazz/Big Band Swing, Klezmer, R&B and more! We are constantly adding to our song list! The Ziggy Band members are some of Houston’s top performers and dedicate their time to learning new songs for your event. With enough preparation time, this band will take up to 20 of your special requests!
Was Iggy Pop a punk band?
Retrieved January 24, 2012. ^ “Iggy Pop was a punk before punk was invented but now the master”. The Independent. February 28, 2014. Retrieved October 25, 2018. ^ “Iggy Pop in 1980s Greenwich Village”. gothamist.
Who is the godfather of punk rock?
Artist Biography by. There’s a reason why many consider Iggy Pop the godfather of punk. Every punk band of the past and present has knowingly or unknowingly borrowed a thing or two from The Stooges (1969), Fun House (1970), and Raw Power (1973), the catalyzing first three albums Pop recorded with the Stooges.