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Blondie is a rock band that first gained fame in the 1970s and early 1980s.

They first formed in August 1974 when guitarist Chris Stein met Debbie Harry from little known band, The Wind In The Willows, and formed the band with the remnants of his band, The Stillettos. They were joined by drummer Clem Burke, keyboard player Jimmy Destri and bass player Gary Valentine. They then became regulars at New York's Club 51 and CBGB's. They got their first record deal with Private Stock Records in the mid 70's, and released their debut album Blondie in 1976, along with the single "X-Offender". Private Stock Records was then bought out by U.K based company Chrysalis Records. The album was re-released in 1977; by this time Gary Valentine had been replaced by Nigel Harrison, and second guitarist Frank Infante. The single "Rip Her To Shreds" was released at this time.

The band released a further five studio albums, each completely different from the last. Sometimes disco, sometimes punk, sometimes new wave, and sometimes hip hop, Blondie is known for frequently re-inventing themselves.

The band broke up in 1982, and Debbie Harry established a successful solo and acting carrer. In 1999, the band reformed, without Harrison and Infante, and in the U.K., achieved a number 1 single, "Maria", and a number 3 album, No Exit. They released the album The Curse of Blondie in October 2003, followed by the single "Good Boys".

As of 2005, Blondie continue to tour and record.

Band members: Tish Bellomo - backing vocals, Stacy Bellomo - backing vocals, Clem Burke - percussion, Paul Carbonara - guitar, Jimmy Destri - keyboards, Kevin Patrick / Kevin Topping - keyboards, Leigh Foxx - bass, Nigel Harrison - bass, Deborah Harry - lead vocals, Frank Infante - guitar, Chris Stein - guitar, Gary Valentine / Gary Lachman - bass.


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