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Blondie - The Farewell Concert (Live)


As part of their Farewell Concert, Blondie gave a live performance of: 'Island Of Lost Souls', 'Danceway', 'The Tide Is High', 'Heart Of Glass', 'Hanging On The Telephone', 'Dreaming', 'One Way Or Another', 'War Child', 'Start Me Up', and 'Call Me'.

Picture - Charlene Spiteri - Photographs from... London United Kingdom, Wednesday 5th November 2014

Charlene Spiteri - Photographs from a Private viewing of the exhibition 'Chris Stein/Negative: Me, Blondie and the Advent of Punk' which was held at Somerset House in London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 5th November 2014

Chris Stein, Guest and Blondie
Chris Stein, Guest and Blondie
Chris Stein, Guest and Blondie
Chris Stein, gallery photo and Blondie
Chris Stein, gallery photo and Blondie

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Blondie - Debbie Harry and Blondie perform for a sold out crowd at the O2 ABC Glasgow - Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom - Wednesday 27th August 2014

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10 Acts You Had No Idea Were Playing Glastonbury


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Part of Glastonbury’s enduring reputation is its propensity for composing a line-up that is extensive that a wealth of acts will pass by unnoticed. We’ve sieved through the thousands of acts who will be making the trip to Worthy Farm to highlight ten acts whose inclusion in the festival bill may surprise many. Sifting through the lower rungs of the bill uncovers a slew of rising stars and forgotten flames, those who are on the ascension to the upper levels of cultural recognition as well as those whose days of glory are far behind them.

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Beyond the endless stretch of humans eyeing up the pyramid stage with binoculars are copious tents and smaller stages which host a myriad of curiosities, from fading pop stars regurgitating their hit songs for the umpteenth time to all manner of odd theatrics, spoken word performances, comedians, circus performances and Happy Monday’s hype-man Bez, who has this year been granted his very own ‘Acid House’ stage. Here then, are ten acts who to varying degrees will surprise festival goers with their very presence at the culturally sacred Somerset site: 

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