Look at These Newly Released, Badass Vintage Pics of Blondie

Founding Blondie member Chris Stein is releasing vintage photos of the band online starting this week. Some of the pictures are from the beginning era of the iconic rock band’s career, some were taken on tour, and some are of them chillin’ with friends like Andy Warhol and Joan Jett. When asked about the shots, Stein reflected, “There was a lot of cool stuff happening in the late 70s and I was lucky enough to be in the middle of it with a camera.  Posting them online and having them reach a new, younger generation of fans is really cool.” Check them out below, and if you’re a Debbie superfan you can buy them at The Morrison Hotel Gallery.


Debbie Harry and Joan Jett

Debbie and Andy Warhol

Debbie and Devo

You can buy Blondie’s latest full-length Panic of Girls on iTunes. There’s no doubt that these rock stars have still got it, so catch one of their live shows in the UK this June!

June 14th @ Sherwood Pines - Mansfield, Nottinghamshire
June 15th @ Thetford Forest  - Thetford, Norfolk
June 16th @ Isle Of Wight Festival 
June 19th @ Villa Marina Royal Hall - Douglas, UK
June 21st @ Westronbirt Aboretrum - Tetbury, UK
June 22nd @ Bedgebury Pinetum @ Tunbridge Wells, UK
June 23rd @ Sands Centre - Carlisle, UK 
June 25th @ The Olymplia Theatre - Dublin, Ireland
June 26th @ Waterfront Hall - Belfast, UK
June 28th @ Dalby Forest - Pickering, UK
June 29th @ Cannock Chase - Rugeley, UK 
July 1st @ Clyde Auditorium - Glasgow, UK
July 6th @ Delamere Forest - Delamere, UK
July 7th @ Roundhouse - London, UK
July 9th @ Kew Gardens - London, UK
July 12th @ Esplande du Lac @ Aix-les-Bains, France
July 13th @ Festivalpark Werchter - TW Classic

Photos by Chris Stein, via Blondie’s Official Facebook page

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