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A Conversation With Iggy Pop And Josh Homme

The first Iggy Pop album co-created with GRAMMY winner Josh Homme, Post Pop Depression began with a succinctly worded text from Iggy to Homme, and was realized in seclusion with Homme's enlisted aid of guitarist/keyboardist Dean Fertita (Queens of the Stone Age, the Dead Weather) and drummer Matt Helders (Arctic Monkeys). Both became instantly integral in creating and shaping the Detroit meets Palm Desert by way of old Berlin vibe of Post Pop Depression: interweaving with and augmenting even more superhuman than expected Iggy vocal performances and Homme's tapestry of guitar, bass, piano and backing vocals; Fertita's talent for wringing the most out of only the most essential notes, worked in seamless tandem with Helders' push to unforeseeable heights and depths. The result is a timeless work; one that sounds as if it's always been there, has existed before any of the musicians were even born, yet imbued with the ramshackle energy of a garage band that threw itself together yesterday. The GRAMMY Museum is pleased to welcome rock icon Iggy Pop and Josh Homme to the Clive Davis Theater for an intimate conversation on their new album, hosted by Scott Goldman, Vice President of the GRAMMY Foundation and MusiCares.

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