Tuesday, March 25, 2014


It seems unimaginable that over thirty years have passed since Blondie first burst on to the scene with their new-wave/disco hybrid, "Heart of Glass". But it has and the band is now celebrating coming together forty years ago this year. Blondie split-up in 1982 bur regrouped in 1997 and has a new album due out later this year. Out magazine talks to the legendary Debbie Harry as she reflects on her experience as the front woman of this seminal rock band and her views of the current music scene.

Click below to read the article:

There's Something About Harry: 40 Years of Blondie | Out Magazine

The profile also include what the magazine considers to be the twelve best tunes from Blondie. I agree with most and have included three of my favorites:

"One Way or Another" - Blondie (1978)

"Dreaming" - Blondie (1979)

"Maria" - Blondie (1999)

TOM PETTY (1950 - 2017)

It has been sadly confirmed that Tom Petty , the hard-driving rock performer and songwriter, has actually passed away at the age of sixty...