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Blondie Band to Give Show in Moscow
22.05.2013 17:11
Blondie Band to Give Show in Moscow

June 11 will see a concert of the American band BLONDIE in the Arena Moscow Club.

BLONDIE is an American band, which is one of the pioneers of punk rock, new age and post punk. The band got its names in honor of its seductive vocalist Debbie Harry. The band gained popularity in 1978, after the release of the Parallel Lines album: songs from this album became hits all around the world.

In 1982 the band broke up and its soloist Debbie Harry started her solo career. In 1997 the band was restored and has been still playing. Not so long ago Blondie got into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame – wonderful Deborah and other band members really deserved it!

The concert setlist will include compositions from nine released albums.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Concerts in Moscow Rock Music Blondie   

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