For Stuck Between Stations, Roger Moore revisits Tom Snyder’s signature 1970s/80s interview program The Tomorrow Show, on which Snyder shared a stage with the likes of Joe Strummer, Iggy Pop, John Lydon, and a shockingly bare-faced Bono. Tom Snyder in Tomorrowland:
When a haggard, bloody-lipped, gap-toothed Iggy Pop came to the interview chair looking like he had just gone fifteen rounds in the ring with Leon Spinks, Snyder had the good sense to hold back and let him get his bearings for more than four minutes. Then Iggy started riffing on the distinctions between Dionysian and Apollonian art, and tossing off a prodigious list of musical inspirations.
Also: The secret connection between Wendy O. Williams of the Plasmatics and Martha Stewart, unveiled at last.