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Iggy Pop announces new book 'Til Wrong Feels Right

Iggy Pop (Image credit: Virginia Turbett)

Classic Rock can today exclusively reveal that Iggy Pop (opens in new tab) will release a new book later this year.

It’s titled 'Til Wrong Feels Right and it will bring together selected lyrics illustrated with artwork and photos, along with reflections on his career by himself and others.

It’ll be published on September 26 through Viking Books in full-colour hardback, with the launch coinciding with the 50th anniversary of The Stooges self-titled debut album.

The synopsis reads: “From fronting the legendary proto-punk band The Stooges to collaborating with an eclectic mix of artists including David Bowie, Debbie Harry, Jarvis Cocker, Death In Vegas, Underworld and Josh Homme, and inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame in 2010, Iggy has proved himself to be one of music's most iconic, outrageous and enduring music artists.”

Before 'Til Wrong Feels Right is published, Pop has several live shows planned for throughout the summer across Europe. Find a full list of dates below.

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Iggy Pop: 'Til Wrong Feels Right (opens in new tab)
For the very first time, Iggy Pop will bring his lyrics together with artwork and photos, along with reflections on his career by himself and others in this new publication.

Iggy Pop 2019 tour dates
Jun 08: Athens Release Festival, Greece
Jun 15: Santiago De Compostela Monte do Gozo, Spain
Jun 29: Trondheim Rocks, Norway
Jul 03: Rattvik Dalhalla, Sweden
Jul 11: Madrid Mad Cool Festival, Spain
Jul 14: Lorrach Stimmen-Festival Marktplatz, Germany
Jul 19: Carhaix-plouguer Vieilles Charrues Festival, France
Jul 24: Budapest Park, Hungary

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