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New House Rules Panel Chair Promises Change
Colorado Democrat Talks Bipartisan Politics
Merce Cunningham: Dance at the Edge
From One Question, Two Families Spring
Born James Jewell Osterburg, Jr., he took the name Iggy while in a high school band. His career began in the late 1960s with the band The Stooges who put out two influential albums that were not great sellers. The band eventually broke up, and Pop went solo. His albums include Fun House, Raw Power, Sister Midnight and Avenue B. Pop has influenced countless rock, pop, heavy metal and garage bands, and his work was collected in last year's album, A Million in Prizes: The Iggy Pop Anthology. This interview originally aired on Jul. 14, 2006.
Iggy Pop: "Godfather of Punk"
Rapper, Producer and Actor Andre 3000
Route 50 Voters Speak Out on the New Congress
Candidate Edwards Lays Out an Early Gameplan
Ethiopian Emissary on Somali Violence
Singer and songwriter Stuart Murdoch is the front man of the indie pop band from Scotland, Belle & Sebastian. The seven-member band includes a guitarist, bassist, keyboardist, violinist, cellist, drummer and trumpeter. This year they completed their seventh album, The Life Pursuit. When they began a decade ago the band released only singles, refused to speak to the press, or to appear in press photos. This interview originally aired on Mar. 6, 2006.
Belle & Sebastian's Stuart Murdoch
Thom Yorke's 'The Eraser'
Singer and Songwriter Tom Petty
Trauma Surgeon Keeps Operating Room Swinging