Girls (And Boys) Just Want To Have Fun
And they’re bringing some new Aussie favs with them.
This year’s instalment of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival has seen a stellar list of collaborations, cameos, and surprise appearances, with everyone from Beyonce to Justin Bieber getting in some stage time. Arcade Fire have continued the trend with the help of Debbie Harry. Multi-instrumentalist and singer Régine Chassagne brought Harry on stage
Legendary New Wave rockers Blondie have added themselves to the list of popular artists boycotting Russia’s Winter Olympics in Sochi, a list that includes the likes of Lady Gaga and Madonna, tweeting a photo of an offer made to them to play as part of the Olympic celebrations. The offer was for the band to
Legendary Blondie singer and rock & roll pin-up Debbie Harry is said to be retiring from music for good at the age of 68. Blondie member Clem Burke recently discussed the band’s future, saying it could be the end of Blondie. “Debbie is 11 years older than the rest of us, so it’s on her
Chicago-based punk and alt rock extravaganza Riot Fest has dropped the lineup for its 2013 event, creating a guitar lover’s utopia that will have many of us seeing green. Unless someone out there has a plane that can take us all to Chicago? The 3-day event kicks off 13th September and is bringing together some
Blondie have released three free new tracks for you to download and listen to. Two of the tracks, Bride of Infinity and Dead Air are completely original, while the third track is a cover of David Essex’s Rock On. You can listen to the tracks below and download them as you please. They’ll be touring
Blondie will be touring Australia this December to coincide with their headline show at this year’s Homebake Festival in Sydney. Blondie will be joined by our own Aussie rock legends The Saints and The Stranglers, who are currently the longest-surviving and most “continuously successful” band to have originated in the UK punk scene. Homebake festivalgoers
Blondie have a simple statement for the Homebake purists: don’t dread us because we’re foreigners.
Rumours of a possible new album have been filtering out of Blondie towers and gathering pace for a little while now, and now it seems the long wait is over for fans of the new-wave pioneers, with a new album entitled Panic Of The Girls confirmed for a September release. This marks the band’s first