In 1978, Blondie began to skyrocket to the big time. When the band first appeared on the scene at famed NYC club CBGB in 1975, they were dismissed as a '60s throwback pop group. But they had the last laugh, becoming the most successful act to emerge form that rock 'n' roll underground.
This October will see the premiere of 'CBGB," a movie about the legendary Manhattan club that witnessed the birth of punk. Yesterday (Aug. 2), the contents of the soundtrack were released, and it contains some of that scene's most familiar names.
Blondie lead singer Debbie Harry is considering retiring after one last world tour with the group, according to drummer Clem Burke. As he explains, the move would put an end to the groundbreaking band: "Obviously there’s no Blondie without Debbie Harry."
New York rock and roll legends Blondie are heading back out on the road this fall. Many of the band's recent tours have seen the band sharing the stage with other bands of similar vintage such as Cheap Trick, B-52's, Devo and Pat Benatar...
Two of the most iconic bands of the late ’70s and early ’80s, Blondie and Devo, are combining forces for a short summer tour. The ‘Whip It To Shreds’ tour (get it?!) will kick off Sept. 7 outside Seattle and wrap up in Chicago on Sept. 26.
Both bands have re