Happy Birthday To Pin-Up Pop Queen DEBBIE HARRY!

1 July 2022

Angela Trimble aka the ultimate pin-up pop queen Debbie Harry
was born in Miami on 1 July 1945. Happy 77 to Blondie‘s first lady.

Picture this: a Sunday Girl with a Heart Of Glass always Hanging On
The Telephone
, one way or another, causing Rapture when the Tide Is
and always Dreaming of Denis who Ripped Her To Shreads. Please
Call Me, Debbie, In The Flesh.

Three top Debbie moments…





(photo on top: Cover of Debbie/Blondie book called ‘Picture This’)

BLONDIE – Their Debut Single ‘X OFFENDER’ Came Out 45 Years Ago Today

Top singles from the past…

17 June 2022

Band: Blondie
Active: 1974–1982, 1997–present

Single: X Offender
B-side: In The Sun
Released: 17 June 1976
45 years ago today

Album: Self-titled debut

Hello Debbie

I saw you standing on the corner, you looked so big and fine
I really wanted to go out with you, so when you smiled
I laid my heart on the line

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Waking Up With… DEBBIE

Works faster than caffeine

On 19 April 1980, 42 years ago today, the utterly charismatic pin-up star
Debbie Harry and Blondie topped the US Singles Chart with Call Me,
(more than 265 million streams on Spotify.) Looks like a bright day is ahead.

Call me (call me) on the line
Call me, call me any, anytime
Call me (call me) I’ll arrive
You can call me any day or night
Call me

What’s your number, Debbie?

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BLONDIE Scored No 1 Hit In The UK With ‘ATOMIC’ This Day In 1980

Top singles from the past

1 March 2022

This day 42 years ago, on 1 March 1980 iconic band BLONDIE topped
the UK Singles Chart with disco gem ‘ATOMIC’ from their fourth album
Eat To The Beat.

The song was written by Debbie Harry and keyboardist Jimmy Destri,
one of Blondie‘s main songwriters and produced by Australian glam
rock (The Sweet, Mud, Suzi Quatro and more) songwriter and producer
Mike Chapman

Debbie 4ever…

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Have A Rap-Ture Xmas With BLONDIE & FAB 5 FREDDY

Daily electricity to load your batteries

28 November 2021

Debbie Hary and Chris Stein teamed up with hip-hop pioneer
(real name: Fred Brathwaite) for a Xmas rework
off their 1981 hit The Rapture and named it Yuletide Throwdown.

Debbie: “It has been an impossible amount of time since I believed in Santa
Claus, but I could very well believe again if he was Freddy Brathwaite!! Some
of my best times have been making music with Chris Stein and Freddy B.”

Chris: “Freddy has done as much as any multi-platinum
selling Hip-Hop star to promote rap culture.”

Let’s rap it up, folks…

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