Frank Sinatra: I’ve Got You Under My Skin

The songs of l’Hôtel Bourg Tibourg, an Iggy Pop #PrivateJam, the legend of The Sugarhill Gang's Big Bank Hank and more in our weekly look at music

We recently had the pleasure of meeting iconic rocker Iggy Pop, who told us a range of contemporary acts he enjoys listening to—a rowdy group that includes G.O.A.T., Ice Age, Black Lips and Sleigh Bells. But, he tell us, a song that he listens to in his personal time is Frank Sinatra’s “I’ve Got You Under My Skin,” a tune he’d love for more people in the younger generations to listen to and appreciate. Iggy’s love for Ol’ Blue Eyes offers insight on his early years in music; Iggy spent the ’60s as a drummer deeply invested in the blues. He even moved to Chicago—a town Sinatra toasts—to pursue the blues, where he ended up falling in love with the theatrics of rock instead.