Milton High teen opens for Blondie And The Romantics at Encore Park.
Friday night was a flashback of the eighties type at Verizon Wireless Encore Park. Rock Icon Blondie performed to a sparse but enthusiastic crowd. The concert was promoted by radio station B98.5 as Blondie for Boobies in support breast cancer awareness. Debbie Harry aka Blondie began her musical career in the 1960s. In the mid-'70s she met boyfriend and guitarist Chris Stein and formed the band. Over the next decade and a half the band achieved international commercial success in large part to the, better left to be forgotten, disco age by producing the chart topping albums "Parallel Lines," "Eat to the Beat" and "Autoamerican." At Friday night's concert, Ms. Harry at the age of 66 looked great and sounded even better. Blondie played all …
Pop icons who formed more than 30 years ago released new CD this month.
Wednesday, September 21, 2011
Blondie will perform in Alpharetta just a little more than a week after the release of "Panic of Girls" in the United States on CD and digital download. The band will be in concert on Friday, Sept 23 at Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre at Encore Park. Tickets are still available, some in prime seating areas. The pop icons of the '70s were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2006. The face of the band has always been Debbie Harry, the lead vocalist. U.S. fans helped Blondie's "Heart of Glass" go platinum in 1978, with the album selling more than 20 million copies For fans who are interested in the bonus tracks, other versions are available as imports, including the U.K. regular issue and Collector's Pack and the German Deluxe 2CD …