The Stooges, Mars Volta set for 'Henry Rollins Show'

Peaches and Ryan Adams will also perform

The Stooges, Mars Volta set for 'Henry Rollins Show'
Iggy And The Stooges, Mars Volta, Ryan Adams and Peaches are scheduled to perform on the upcoming season of US chat show 'The Henry Rollins Show'.

The new season kicks off on April 13 on the IFC Network, and the programme airs every Friday night.

In addition to hosting these performances on his show, Rollins will interview Marilyn Manson and Iggy Pop as well as film director John Waters and actor Ben Stiller. Previous guests have included Thom Yorke and Dinosaur Jr.

The former Black Flag frontman is also involved in a cultural commentary performance with actress/comedian Janeane Garofalo entitled 'It's Not A Play And There's No Music'.

The show will run for six nights at New York's Gramercy Theatre (April 10-15) and at Los Angeles' Silent Movie Theatre (April 24-29).

--By our Los Angeles staff.
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