Previously at the ICA - Events
23 Nov 2013
See the great Terry Edwards perform songs by Iggy and the Stooges, with London post punk band The Dash. Terry Edwards has been a mainstay of the British indie scene since the early 1980s, having first made a name for himself with The Higsons. He has worked subsequently with the likes of Madness, Robyn Hitchcock, Nick Cave, Siouxsie Sioux, Glen Matlock, Spiritualized, Julien Cope, PJ Harvey, Tindersticks, The Blockheads, Paul Weller and Yoko Ono.
Support comes from Maggi Ronson and from the ReBelles.
Maggi Ronson has survived nights out with Iggy Pop, who affectionately nicknamed her 'Little Sis'. She returns to the ICA with a stellar band, featuring Colin Lloyd Tucker, to play a selection of Mr Osterberg’s songs.
The ReBelles are Tracie Hunter, Anna Randall and Phoebe White. A vocal harmony trio, backed acoustically, they charm with their laid-back, quirky versions of classic punk and Iggy songs including favourites like Bored and Tonight.