In 1978, Iggy Pop released a live record from shows he played the previous year. Pop went solo in 1977, so those were his first shows on his own. But, of course, he was a well-established and -loved figure in music, as he fronted The Stooges since the late 60s. So after releasing his debut album The Idiot, which was produced by David Bowie, he just kept going. And so RCA released this live album featuring early solo songs and some Stooges songs from a few shows in Cleveland, Chicago, and Kansas City where Bowie was playing in the band. This original promotional poster for Iggy Pop's TV Eye 1977 live album is in great condition with minor wear.