This week, we talk about the absolutely iconic Blondie. We talk there incredible storm on the charts, as well as our own favourite tracks by them! Give it a bash!! As always, much loves for listening and please feel free to shout at us on the socials, we love hearing from you!! Cheers!
The Greatest Three - Elton John, Dua Lipa, Debbie Harry, Nirvana
4 Turntables and a Microphone Podcast
Tracklist: 1. Big Sound 2000 2. New Music Moment: Elton John & Dua Lipa 3. Crate Diggin’ 4. Murmullo: Fobia 5. Conspiracy Corner: Debbie Harry vs Ted Bundy 6. Digital Download Code Redeem the digital download code at www.backtoblackvinyl.com 7. 4TAAM Top 12: Songs You’d Bring to a Deserted Island Listen to the playlist on Apple Music or Spotify Support the show and buy some merch at www.4taammerch.com Check us out on social media at linktr.ee/4taam www.4taam.com
Debbie Harry on a new Blondie album, 'Reclaiming Amy', Reassessing Amy Winehouse's musical legacy
Chart-topping New York post-punk group Blondie have more than 40 years of chart success under their belts and in 2019 they decided to travel to play some concerts in Havana Cuba. We speak with singer Debbie Harry about the warmth of the reception they received, about integrating local styles and musicians in their set and much more. A new EP is about to be released which shows the fruits of their labour.This Friday marks 10 years since Amy Winehouse died. In a new film 'Reclaiming Amy' to be shown on BBC Two, director Marina Parker spoke to her friends and her mum Janis to get their side of her story, and how Amy's life and death affected them. She explains to John about working with them and showing the world a different side of the singer.Natalie Williams and Troy Miller both worked with Amy Winehouse. They delve into her musicianship and reassess her legacy as a singer, jazz musician and song writer.
An avid viewer of Top of the Pops when she was younger, one performance caught Skin’s attention so much it made her want to be a singer. In this episode of Skin Tings, Skin gets to chat to the very person who inspired her all those years ago, Debbie Harry. Skin and the Blondie icon discuss the term ‘punk’, Studio 54 and unexpectedly, the London Dungeons.
Debbie Harry has played a lot of characters, on screen and off. Nick and Tony dive into some of the most daring acting roles the Blondie singer has taken on (and continues to take on) this week on Singers Who Act. 00:00:00 – 00:01:31 Intro 00:01:31 – 00:06:02 Halloween horror movies with Tony: Asylum (1972) 00:06:02 – 00:10:19 Halloween horror movies with Nick: Friday the 13thseries 00:10:19 – 00:13:50 Debbie Harry discography/ filmography 1 00:13:50 – 00:22:21 Union City 00:22:21 – 00:24:46 “Call Me”/ American Gigolo 00:24:46 – 00:26:33 The Muppet Show/ discography/ filmography 2 00:26:33 – 00:30:24 Roadie 00:30:24 – 00:30:49 discography/ filmography 3 00:30:49 – 00:52:11 Videodrome 00:52:11 – 01:01:17 discography/ filmography 4 01:01:17 – 01:11:16 Hairspray 01:11:16 – 01:13:54 New York Stories 01:13:54 – 01:16:14 discography/ filmography 5 01:16:14 – 01:19:19 Tales from the Darkside 01:19:19 – 01:23:27 discography/ filmography 6 01:23:27 – 01:32:18 Heavy 01:32:18 – 01:34:33 discography/ filmography 7 01:34:33 – 01:36:43 Spun 01:36:43 – 01:37:31 discography/ filmography 8 01:37:31 – 01:40:19 My Life Without Me 01:40:19 – 01:45:58 discography/ filmography 9 01:45:58 – 01:49:29 Wrap up/ The end
Getting Mauled in Florida, and Debbie Harry Gives Us Wood - HS15
Is Mike moving to Florida to open a zoo? How, at 75, does Debbie Harry still give Mark wood? Is it a mistake to meet your hero? Why doesn’t Chris Barron love us? Why is Rapid Eye the only one writing to us? Is he more lonely than we are? How come Mark never calls me to see Blake Morgan, and should we be thanking Pat Boone for saving Heavy Metal? This and so so much more on this weeks episode of Hello Stupid. https://hellostupid.blubrry.net/ firstname.lastname@example.org Mike’s Music Mark’s Music Spin Doctors
This is such a great chat with a genius, a trailblazer, and an icon : Debbie Harry. She charmed us all with her beautiful take on the world: why people putting labels on your sexuality just doesn’t work, when being entitled can be a good thing, plus she reveals the biggest misconception about her time in Blondie. Click play and enjoy.Be sure to subscribe so you never miss an episode.📍H O M O S A P I E N S P O D C A S T is Hosted By: Alan Cumming and Chris Sweeney 📍NEW EPISODE Every Thursday📍Come play with us on socials Facebook & Instagram @Homosapiens📍Email us: Hello@homosapienspodcast.com📍Podcast Host: AcastSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Debbie Harry: Face It - A Memoir | Season 1: Ep. 7
The Rock Star Biography Podcast
Punk icon, muse of Andy Warhol, lead singer of Blondie, and one-time Playboy Bunny, Deborah Harry was the face of the 70s. But do cheek bones a good memoir make? Join Martha and Christian as they look Deborah in her oft-painted eyes and Face It."If you enjoyed this episode, click here to purchase your own copy of the book. We are partners with Bel Canto Books, and we earn from qualifying purchases. We appreciate your support.
This week the Muses discuss the life and career of Blondie front-woman Debbie Harry.Debbie Harry had no idea what NYC had in store for her when she moved in the late 60's, but she certainly had big dreams. Working at Max's Kansas City she would wait on musicians she admired, while working hard to make her own musical goals come true. It wasn't a quick rise to fame, but when Debbie met Chris Stein and the pair formed Blondie, it was clear that there was something special there, both musically and personally.As Blondie's fame grew, Debbie's growth as an artist skyrocketed. She began a side career as an actress, put out her own solo albums and became one of the most recognizable punk rock icons. Tune in to hear her journey!You can purchase Debbie's memoir, Face It, where ever books are sold. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices