Monday, December 10, 2007

Detroit Icons Backstage Banter


This clip is froma documentary following her last tour, and came with her concert cd. I loved this bit and how they camped for the camera. I also love how Stuart Price pretends to be shocked by rock n roll decadence.

10 comments:

tweetey30 said...

Neat. I was smiling all the way through this one. LOL.. Great post.

Candy Minx said...

Oh good Tweetey...I think they are so funny. It makes me smile every time I watch it.

FOUR DINNERS said...

Excellent. Iggy is a God!

Gardenia said...

Having fun in the creativity of it all - way ta go.

Red said...

Iggy Pop sounds like a star-struck kid! How funny!

Red said...

Have you seen this?

http://www.rathergood.com/ocelot/

Candy Minx said...

testing...

Candy Minx said...

Four dinners, Iggy is a god. One concert of his he was opening for The Pretenders...and when Chrissie Hynde came out she kissed the stage and said she was so freaked out to be double billed with him and she sould have opened for him.

Gardenia, isn't it fun to see two such amazing performers meet each other for the first time?

Red, I was so surprisedhow goofy and starstruck Iggy Pop was with Madonna. they both seemed so nervous and in awe...it has to be one of the most awkward "hugs"...I'll check out your link in a minute.

I've changed servers..using firefox for blogging and such...and things are a little rusty for me...

Malcolm: said...

A friend of mine saw Iggy perform this past summer and said that he was amazing. I will say one thing, he is in terrific shape for a 60 yr old.

That was the first time I ever saw Madonna be awestruck by another artist. It kills me how she slips back and forth between her faux British accent and her American one. I will cut her a little bit of slack since husband Guy Ritchie is from the UK.

Candy Minx said...

Malcolm, yes,it is refreshing to see her be awestruck. My sister says my accent has changed many times since leaving west coast. I am sure now I have some Chicago sounds to my voice. Maybe a couple too tree vernacular differences?