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Blondie Rocks WHBPAC

Debbie Harry

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band Blondie headed by vocalist/songwriter Deborah Harry, an icon from 1970s punk rock era, rocked a packed house at Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center with a non-stop demonstration of why the group has flourished for over 30 years. Performing many old standards like “Heart of Glass,” "The Tide is High,” “One Way or Another” along with an eclectic array of many great songs, the new Blondie formed in 1997 also performed “Maria,” a recent hit and kept the audience on their feet most of the evening swaying to the beat.  Next up at WHBPAC is Ziggy Marley on Sept 12, 2010. PC

Debbie Harry

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band Blondie headed by vocalist/songwriter Deborah Harry, an icon from 1970s punk rock era, rocked a packed house at Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center with a non-stop demonstration of why the group has flourished for over 30 years. Performing many old standards like “Heart of Glass,” "The Tide is High,” “One Way or Another” along with an eclectic array of many great songs, the new Blondie formed in 1997 also performed “Maria,” a recent hit and kept the audience on their feet most of the evening swaying to the beat.  Next up at WHBPAC is Ziggy Marley on Sept 12, 2010. PC

Photography: Barry Gordin

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