Wednesday, January 14, 2009


The Stooges denied to the
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Just a little after a week after the passing of Stooges guitarist Ron Asheton there was hope that The Stooges would final enter the rock n roll hall of fame on there 7th try but news today out of the great hall in Cleveland with this heart breaking news

The Stooges "will not" be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on April 4th

the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Foundation announced there Class of 2009 and there are:

Heavy metal band Metallica
rap pioneers Run-D.M.C.
guitarist Jeff Beck
soul singer Bobby Womack
doo-wop group Little Anthony and the Imperials.

also induced in the early influence category is
Rockabilly singer Wanda Jackson

and also in inducted in the sidemen wing of the rock:

session player Spooner Oldham [Neil Young]
and two of Elvis Presley’s backing musicians
drummer D.J. Fontana
bassist Bill Black

The Stooges Have on the short list for the rock hall
seven times and have not been able to get in since there
was eligible for induction in 1994 [acts are eligible for entry in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 25 years after the release of its first album.]

This News will disappoint fans of the stooges hoping they would be induction on the recent death of guitarist Ron Asheton who pass away on Jan. 6

and dont forget on Saturday there will be a public Memorial this Saturday night at 9 PM at the Music Hall Center For The Performing Arts in downtown Detroit.

the event is begin put on by the punk rock artist Niagara, [band mate with asheton in Destroy All Monsters and Dark Carnival] and partner Colonel Galaxy

it will be called “Ronnie…Thanks A Million”

The Music Hall Center For The Performing Arts is located at
350 Madison in Downtown Detroit just across the street from the
Gem Theater.

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Also pick up today issue of the Metro Times where there is a great tirbue to asheton with more words about ron by the like of STEVE JONES,TOMMY RAMONE,ALICE COOPER,KIM FOWLEY,NIAGARA,CAROLYN STRIHO,WENDY CASE,J. MASCIS,MIKE WATT,MATTHEW SMITH,AUGIE FROM THE HARD LESSONS AND MARSHALL CRENSHAW.

City Paper 2008 f Pictures, Images and Photos

Monday, January 12, 2009

The Late Night Video - Extra

i know you are asking OMG a second video for late night
you got it

because this week the 2009 version of the low-budget slasher film of the 1981 My Bloody Valentine and this time in 3d

i know what your asking i dont like horrer film, i know
because all week where going to played music from film
that inspierd the Name band from Dublin, Ireland

My Bloody Valentine

The Late Night Video

It was on this day on January 12, 1959, songwriter Berry Gordy, Jr
using a $800 loan from his family, founded an R&B label called Tamla Records to put out music out of house on West Grand Boulevard in Detroit

and the Rest would never be the same
so happy 50th anniversary to a sound the
move and rock Detroit

So Happy Birthday Motown

tonight Late Night Video
is the 1st No.1 hit for the Motown label

Barret Strong - Money (That's what I want)

The Weekly Outdoor Gig Gudie For January 12th to 18th

Magic Stick


Majestic Theatre


The Crofoot

Friday - POP EVIL [The Crofoot Ballroom]
Saturday - DETROIT CONCERTS MICHIGAN'S ON THE RISE 2009 [The Crofoot Ballroom]

Magic Bag

Saturday - LEON RUSSELL with Laith Al Saadi

Lager House

Monday - Joe Buck w/ Pat V and the Detroit three and Dooley Wilson
Thursday - Whoz Reflection w/ Rhyme Asylum and DJ Death Touch
Friday - The Pop Project w/ Spitting Nickles and Speedy Greasy
Saturday - Twistin Tarantulas


Friday - Innerpartysystem

Blind Pig (Ann Arbor)

Tuesday - Hana w/ The Ludes, Far From Civilized, Fair Herald
Wednesday - Amino Acids w/ Don’t Ask, The Clots, The Plurals
Thursday - Alex Brumel w/ Charlene Kate, Darren Criss
Friday - Mason Proper w/ Javelins, The Mighty Narwhale
Saturday - Aleph-1

The Fillmore Detroit (formerly State Theatre)

Saturday - Joel McHale

Clutch Cargos

Friday - David Allan Coe

The Ark [Ann Arbor]

Tuesday - Fiction Family featuring Jon Foreman of Switchfoot and Sean Watkins of Nickel Creek
Wednesday - Dan Hicks & The Hot Licks
Thursday - Jerry Douglas
Friday - Yellow Room Gang
Saturday - Vance Gilbert
Sunday - Justin Roberts & the Not Ready for Naptime Players
Sunday - The Jeremy Kittel World Band

Royal Oak Music Theatre

Tuesday - Reel Big Fish wsg Streetlight Manifesto

The Belmont(Hamtramck)

Thursday - Show, Dan Tesdesco (Chicago) and J Graves
Friday - The Die Tryins
Saturday - The Tarkanians, I am the Branch

The Painted Lady [Hamtramck]

Saturday - general bastard/ country bob and the blood farmers

Northern Light Lounge [Detroit New Center]

Saturday - Commerce Hiller, The Hosts, The High Strung

Fox Theatre

Labelle featuring Patti Labelle, Nona Hendryx, & Sarah Dash
Sun, Jan 18, 2009 - 7:30 p.m.

Joe Louis Arena

Tuesday - Metallica
Friday - North American International Auto Show Charity Preview Event with the Jonas Brothers [Details at or by calling 888.838.7500]

The Weekly Indoor Gig Gudie For January 12th to 18th


THE FRAY - Jimmy Kimmle Live - ABC


JOHN LEGEND - The Tonight show with Jay Leno - NBC
PATTY LOVELESS - Late Night with Conan O'Brian - NBC
THE SUBMARINES - The Late, Late Show with Carig Ferguson - CBS


MUTE MATH - The Tonight show with Jay Leno - NBC
CROOKED X - Jimmy Kimmle Live - ABC
GLASVEGAS - The Late, Late Show with Carig Ferguson - CBS


BAND FROM TV - The Tonight show with Jay Leno - NBC
AIRBORNE TOXIC EVENT - Late Night with David Letterman - CBS
3 OH! 3 - Last Call with CArson Daly - NBC




BBC Radio

Radio 1

Steve Lamacq's In New Music We Trust
Monday From 4 PM EST

Huw Stephens In New Music We Trust
The Best of BBC Introducing [Best New UK Bands}
Wednesday 4 PM EST

This Week - Speech DeBelle, Derek Meins and Milk Kan in session

Zane Lowe
Weekday From 2 to 4 PM EST

Week ONe of the Zame Lowe TakeOver

Monday - The Prodigy
Tuesday - Friendly Fires
Wednesday - Damon Albarn
Thursday - Biffy Clyro

BBC Introducing in the Nations
Wednesday 7 to 9 PM EST

UK - Speech DeBelle, Derek Meins and Milk Kan in session
Scotland - Plaaydoh and Joe Acheson Quartet in session
Wales - Binary Kids in session

Radio 2


Hitsville USA
Mondays 6:30

As part of Radio 2's Motown Season, Pete Mitchell unearths rare treasures, re-examines old truths and hears about every side of the Motown label, from the likes of Smokey Robinson, Mary Wilson and Brian Holland.

Part 2: Just My Imagination - The Sound and The Songs

Prolific writers Brian Holland and Eddie Holland talk us through how to write a song for Hitsville.

We hear the early versions of the songs, the B-sides and reversions, and learn how they were made into chart-topping polished products.

Stubborn Kind of Fella: Remembering Marvin Gaye

Tuesdays - 11:30

On 1st April 2009, it will be 25 years since soul legend Marvin Gaye was shot dead by his father. This is another chance to hear Smokey Robinson paying tribute to his life and music; and re-examines his legacy as one of the most influential soul singers of the 20th Century

The Sound of America: A Global Inspiration

Saturday - 2 PM

Pete Mitchell looks at the far-reaching influence the Motown sound has had on artists and musicians around the world. Since its inception in 1959 the sound of young America has inspired many artists making music to this day - in some cases it has completely changed their lives.

Mitchell gathers together an eclectic mix of musicians to talk about the label. He talks to one of the world's greatest living contemporary jazz artists, Diane Reeves, who herself was born in the motorcity; rock legend Lenny Kravitz about how his life changed when he heard the Jackson Five for the first time; singer-songwriter Sheryl Crow who cut her teeth playing in a Motown covers band; punk queen Siouxsie Sioux, who was inspired by the music of Stevie Wonder; poet Billy Bragg on how his first political stirrings were brought on by Motown; American electro synth outfit Sparks on the string of brilliant Motown 45’s; and Paul Weller on how his Motown obsession still features in his music to this day.

There are also Motown musings from Incognito, Eddy Grant, Martin Fry of ABC, Alexander O’Neal, Nile Rodgers and Suggs.

Motorcity Blues

On Air Right Now

Against a backdrop of racism, segregation, poverty, inadequate housing, the civil rights movement, and the worst riot in American history, the Motor City would emerge as the world’s number one automobile manufacturer and the world’s greatest exporter of soul music.

The promise of assembly-line jobs in the auto plants lured many southerners to Michigan, and the prospect of a new life in a new town was irresistible too many. The city would become a vibrant and intense melting pot. The heart of the African American community was centered around an area known locally as Black Bottom, located on the Near East Side. It was here that the early music scene of Detroit began.

Pete Mitchell travels to Detroit to track down the many artists left behind when the Motown label left the city in 1972. At the HQ of ‘Hitsville USA’, Smokey Robinson explains how the Motown magic was created. Plus, Pete visits the homes of the some of the people who contributed to the phenomenal success of the greatest black music record label of all time, including Mary Wilson of the Supremes, Otis Williams of the Temptations, Duke Fakir of the Four Tops, Kim Weston, Dennis Coffey and Uriel Jones of the Funk Brothers, the Marvelettes, the Contours and the Velvellettes.

These programmes were made with the help of Billy Wilson of the Motown Alumni Association.

Radcliffe and Maconie
Monday and Tuesday - 3 to 5 PM EDT

Monday - Tune in for a special Morrissey announcement!
Tuesday - Starsailor

BBC 6 Music

6Music Plays It Again
Monday-Thursday 4:30 PM EST

This Week - Holloway Dreams - The Joe Meek Story.

In a series first broadcast on Radio 2 in 2007, Tom Robinson tells the story of the extraordinary British record producer Joe Meek, who recorded many classic hits (including Telstar by the Tornadoes) at his home in North London before meeting with a tragic end.

6Music Plays It Again Overnight
Every Night at 10 PM EDT

This Week: The Rolling Stones Story

A chance to hear a 1973 profile of the band by their friend and mentor Alexis Korner.

Monday - Part 2 sees Andrew Oldham taking the managerial reins and Mick Jagger and Keith Richards writing their first songs together.
Tuesday - Part 3 - The Stones tour the US and start to acquire their rock and roll reputations.
Wednesday - Part 4. Mick Jagger talks about his treatment during the drugs episode.
Thursday - The Rolling Stones Story. Part 5 looks at the circumstances surrounding Brian Jones leaving the Stones and his death which followed shortly after.
Friday - In the final part of the series, Alexis Korner brings the story up to 1973.
Beging January 16th - The Record Producers.

Live at 4(AM UK)
Every Night at 11 PM EDT


Monday - The Kills - Somerset House 2005
Tuesday - Deep Purple - Paris Theatre 1972
Wednesday - The Verve - Reading Festvial 1997
Thursday - Danny Champion Of The World - Summer Sundae 2008
Friday - Rory Gallagher - Middlesex Polytechnic 1978


Do Make Say Think - 04/10/2000
Kitchen Of Distinction - 23/08/1992

People Under The Stairs - 18/05/2000
Godfathers - 14/07/1988

John Fahey - 22/05/1969
The Rosie Taylor Project - 06/04/2007

It's Immaterial - 11/11/1981
Bert Jansch - 08/07/1993

Big Flame - 17/11/1985
Se Rogie - 17/03/1988

Online Right Now

January 10th - Bloc Party - The Fez Club, Reading 2005
January 11th - Dogs Die In Hot Cars - Summer Sundae 2004


January 10th
The Wave Pictures - 13/12/2007
400 Blows - 08/02/1984

January 11th
Pooh Sticks - 19/10/1991
The Mighty Lemon Drops - 03/01/1988

Weekend From 8-11 AM EDT

Thursday - Director Gabriele Muccino
Friday - Jan Kristin schaal

Marc Riley
Weekday from 2-4 PM EDT

Monday - Micahua and the Shapes
Tuesday - Swanton Bombs and Mr Americana Cowboy Rob Hughes
Wednesday - Goldheart Assembly
Thursday - mystery live act

KCRW Morning Becomes Eclectic with Jason Bentley
Live Set beging at 2:15 PM EST

Monday - IDA MARIA
all live set are in PST, Three Hours behind EST


Longwave 11:00am


Dept. of Energy 9:30pm Live Lounge

Friday - Peasant 3:00pm

World Café
WeekDay From 2 to 4 PM EDT

Monday - Joan Baez
Tuesday - Jolie Holland
Wednesday - The Heavy
Thursday - Colin Meloy
Friday - Jenny Lewis

The "PLAY" List - Weekending Jan 10th

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Sundays at 10-Midnight
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Airdate: January 4th

1. Tears For Fears - Memories Fade (5:08)
2. Chimera - Let Me Be Around (4:11)
3. Thom Yorke - Black Swan (4:48)
4. Björk - Pagan Poetry (5:19)
5. Mazzy Star - Flowers In December (5:05)
6. Charlatans - Can't Get Out Of Bed (3:13)
7. Stone Roses - This Is The One (4:59)
8. Jesus & Mary Chain - Cherry Came Too (3:06)
9. Primitives - Thru the Flowers (2:34)
10. Adorable - a to fade in (4:50)
11. Raveonettes - Black Satin (2:39)
12. Cocteau Twins - Pandora (5:25)
13. Rob Dickinson - Towering And Flowering (6:17)
14. Portishead - Roads (5:05)
15. Zero 7 - Distractions (5:15)
16. Morgan Page - Under (Under - MP Remix) (6:57)
17. Massive Attack - False Flags (5:40)
18. Seabound - Watching Over You (6:10)
19. Camouflage - Perfect (3:51)
20. Other Two - Selfish (4:09)
21. Hooverphonic - Shake The Disease (3:59)
22. Cousteau - Last Good Day Of The Year (5:00)
23. The Killers - Joseph, Better You Than Me (4:52)

Dead Air on indie 103.1 (LA)
Sundays 11 PM - 1 AM
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Airdate: January 4th

Reissue of the Week!! Brigitte Bardot “A Musical Tribute...”

Raphael Saadiq – 100 Yard Dash(Sad Shuttle)
Alice Russell – Turn & Run(Six Degrees)
Glasvegas – It’s My Own Cheating Heart That Makes Me Cry(Sorny)
Castaneda – Wait For Me(self released)
El Guincho session...
- Palmitos Park/Kalise
- Buenos Matrimonios Ahi Fuera
- Club de Rusia
Justice – Waters Of Nazareth(Ed Banger)
Glass Candy – Animal Imagination(Italians Do It Better)
Longwave session...
- Satellites
- Secrets Are Sinister
The Magnificents – Ring Ring Oo Oo(Mush)
Brigitte Bardot w. Serge Gainbourg – Bonnie & Clyde(Mediane)
Secret Society – Lights On Don’t Mean I’m Home(Acuarela)
Gangi session...
- Animals
- Commonplace Feathers
- Gun Show
The Flaming Lips – Space Bible With Volume Lumps(Warner)
Theresa Andersson – God’s Highway(Basin Street)
The Loom – True Believers All(self released)
Broken West session...
- Auctioneer
- Perfect Games
Palms – Der Koenig(Rare Book Room)
Black Moth Super Rainbow – We Are The Pagans(Graveface)
Arliss Parker – Taken To Antrim(Dag)
Mountains – Map Table(Thrill Jockey)

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Airdate: January 5th

1. Ida Maria - oh My god
2. The Ravonettes - The Great Love Sound
3. International Jetsetters - Inside Out
4. Longwave - No Direction
5. Bloc Party - Two More Years
6. Giddle & Boyd - Past, Present, Future
7. The Postmarks - 5 Years
8. Nina Hagen - Viva Las Vegas
9. These New Puritans - Elvis
10. David Bowie - Penny Lane
11. Glasvegas - Geraldine
12. The Last Shadow Puppets - My Mistakes are Made for you
13. White Lies - Death
14. Starsailor - Silence is Easy
15. The Lost Captains - Last Train Out of Town
16. The Mansfields - NYC Rock-n-Roll
17. Luxury - Sable Star
18. New York Dolls - Chatterbox
19. David Bowie - Space Oddity
20. Lola Dutornic - Brigitte Bardot
21. Jacqueline Taieb - 7 am
22. M83 - Graveyard Girl
23. The Postmarks - 7-11
24. The Damned - Under the Wheels
25. The Damned - Neat Neat Neat
26. Parka - If you Wanna
27. The Hives - Hey Little World
28. The Duke Spirit - Lassoo
29. Kate Nash - Fluorescent Adolescent
30. Brigitte Handley & the Dark Shadows - Gonna Getcha
31. Sons and Daughters - Guilt Complex
32. The Airlines - S.A.T.U.R.D.A.Y
33. The Temper Trap - Science of Fear
34. The Von Bondies - Pale Bride
35. The Little Ones - Ordinary Song
36. David Bowie - Waterloo Sunset
37. Glasvegas - Please Come Back Home
38. The King Blues - My Boulder
39. The Airborne Toxic Event - Gasoline
40. Prima Donna - Stray Doll
41. David Bowie - Jean Genie
42. Oppenheimer - Look Up
43. Goldfrapp - Caravan Girl
44. The Automatic Music Explosion - She Just Might
45. International Jetsetters - Inside Out Top 20 Album
as of 1/11/09

1. Longwave
2. Heartless Bastards
3. Animal Collective
4. Los Campesinos!
5. Parts & Labor
6. School Of Seven Bells
7. A.C. Newman
8. Love Is All
9. TV On The Radio
10. Eagles Of Death Metal
11. Anathallo
12. Wintersleep
13. Passion Pit
14. The Ettes
15. Liz Durrett
16. French Miami
17. Crystal Stilts
18. Andrew Bird
19. And You Will Know Us By The...
20. The Dears

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Airdate: January 5th

Blitzkrieg Pop: 30 records in 60 minutes

On the first Monday of the month, Steve presents his guide to the 30 most exciting new indie bands, artists and releases you need to know about for the coming month.

January 09

1. Little Boots – ‘Stuck On Repeat’ (Atlantic)
2. The Vivian Girls – ‘Second Date’ (In The Red)
3. Crystal Stilts – ‘Departure’ (Angular)
4. Violent Soho – ‘Love Is A Heavy Word’ (CDR)
5. Dinosaur Pile Up – ‘My Rock N Roll’ (CDR)
6. CHEWLiPS – ‘Salt Air’ (CDR)
7. Elephants – ‘Alexander’ (CDR)
8. Low Anthem – ‘Horizon Is A Beltway’ (End Of The Road)
9. The XX – ‘Blood Red Moon’ (CDR)
10. General Fiasco – ‘Something Sometime’ (CDR)
11. Two Door Cinema Club – ‘Something Good Can Work’ (CDR)
12. Joy Formidable – ‘Cradle’ (Try Harder)
13. Hunting The Minotaur – ‘Wasteland’ (Rough Trade)
14. White Bolt Yellow Tag – ‘You’re Not Invincible’ (CDR)
15. Sick City Club – ‘Thought She Was Leaving’ (CDR)
16. La Roux – ‘In For The Kill’ (Polydor)
17. The Good Natured - ‘Warriors’ (CDR)
18. Hook And Twin – ‘Race For The Bones’ (CDR)
19. Boy Crisis – ‘Dressed To Digress’ (B-Unique)
20. Hockey – ‘Too Fake’ (Virgin)
21. Titus Andronicus – ‘My Time Outside Of The Womb’ (XL)
22. Bear Hands – ‘What A Drag’ (CDR)
23. First Aid Kit – ‘You’re Not Coming Home Tonight’ (Wichita)
24. George Pringle – ‘Physical Education’ (CDR)
25. City Lights – ‘Mashed On Fashion’ (Powwow)
26. Tombots – ‘Accounts & Thoughts From A Staircase’ (CDR)
27. It’s A Buffalo – ‘Marbles’ (Akoustik Anarkhy)
28. Delta Spirit – ‘Trashcan’ (Rounder)
29. I Heart Hiroshima - ‘Surgery’ (Valve)
30. Florence & The Machine – ‘Cosmic Love’ (live from INMWT Christmas Party)

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Airdate: January 5th

1. Fleet Foxes – ‘Mykonos’
Album ‘Fleet Foxes’

2. Tietur – ‘Catherine The Waitress’

3. Catherine Ad – ‘Carry Your Heart’

4. The Low Anthem – ‘Horizon Is A Beltway’
Album – ‘Oh My God it’s Charlie Darwin’

5. Wellington Ukulele Orchestra – ‘Ruby’
‘A Little Bit of Wonderful’ EP

6. Listeners Choice:
Chailo Sim – ‘Older’

7. Delta Spirit –‘ Trashcan’
Album – ‘Ode to Sunshine’

8. Leni Ward – ‘My Heart’
Album – ‘Body Parts’

9. Starsailor – ‘Tell Me It’s Not Over’

10. David Gibb – ‘The English Retreat’

11. Introducing:
First Aid Kit – ‘You’re Not Coming Home Tonight’

12. Pama International – ‘Highrise’ ft. Michie One

13. The National – ‘So Far Around The Bend’
Album - ‘Dark Was The Night – A Red Hot Compilation’

14. Matthias Hellberg & the White Moose – ‘Black Cat Fever’
Album – ‘Out of the Frying Pan into the Woods’

Sunday, January 11, 2009

Public Memoral Info for Ron Asheton

Over the Weekend we got info on the Memorial for Ron Asheton
who pass away last week in his Ann Arbor home of a heart Attack
at the age of 60

it will be held this Saturday January 17th at Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts in Downtown Detroit and it begin dubbed "Ronnie ...Thanks a Million: An Elegant Farewell to a Beloved Friend"

it is begin put on and hosted by hosted by Asheton's former muse and band mate in the late 70's punk pop group Destroy All Monsters, the artist Niagara, along with her partner Colonel Galaxy.

The Program will begin at 9 PM, There will be tributes to Asheton by friends and those influenced by him, a film retrospective by Tim Caldwell, and Asheton's own music will be played.

it will go until 11 PM where it will shift to the Music Hall's Jazz Café where special performance by Asheton's former Dark Carnival band mates, led by Bootsey X & the Lovemasters, and some "very special friends will play in honor of their late band mate and friend."

admission is Free, but Asheton's friends and fans are asked to donate whatever they can to cover the night's expenses, as well as the guitarist's favorite charity, the Michigan Humane Society.

In a statement, Niagara and the Colonel said: "Ron Asheton was more than an innovative guitarist, he was an easygoing, subtly hilarious guy who, simply and effectively, created a sound and aesthetic which will forever reverberate as long as there are guitar players. Ron maximized his early work into postmodern art of the highest order. In retrospect, Ron's influence cannot be overstated, only imitated. Ronnie used to like to say, 'Thanks a million,' in mock gratitude when joking with friends. Now here's our last chance to say, 'Ronnie... Thanks a Million.' "

The Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts is at 350 Madison
in downtown Detroit Right Across the Street from the Gem Theater.
[see the Map below]

info can be found on Nia website at
or can be found at or call(313) 887-8500

Also for the 1st time since his Friend Death Iggy Pop talk call to Deminski & Doyle program on WCSX [94.7 FM] in the inter view that was recorded on Friday and play this morning he told the pair “As long as I don’t think about it, I’m OK. And then when I think about it, I’m not OK… He had a beautiful touch as a musician.

“He developed such a unique sound and approach to his instrument and writing that I don’t think that everybody got it at first, but over the years other generations caught on,”, “I think a lot of good musicians were influenced by what Ron pioneered.”

he then told the Pair that he found out about the death on the phone
“I woke up and got a cell phone message last Tuesday morning from my U.K. manager for the Stooges. He just said, ‘Call me, I really need to talk to you.’ From the tone of his voice I knew something really big was up. So I called him in Europe. He said, ‘I got some bad news for you.’ From the tone of that, I had an immediate interior reaction. He then told me Ron had passed away.”

Asked what bands he thought were most influenced by Asheton’s style, Iggy answered, “The most obvious would be Sonic Youth… bands that use dissonance and overdrive. I hear a little bit in Smashing Pumpkins… also in Nirvana.”

There is More in this 24 minutes interview you can find the full interview
at there web site at and click under D+D
you can find a direct
link here

now the big question will this be the year "The Stooges" final get in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame the Class of 2009 will be announce any week now and it will be a big time if they get in.

I bet you it will happened.