Blondie's Lead Singer Debbie Harry: This Is The Music Star Today
Debbie Harry is not only a very talented music star but also one of the most beautiful women in the world. Let's find out what new-wave band Blondie's lead singer has been doing lately!
"Atomic," "Maria," "Nothing Is Real But the Girl", and "Heart of Glass", are only a couple of new-wave band Blondie's most famous tracks. The voice behind the masterpieces is, of course, the one and only Debbie Harry, who was born on July 1, 1945 in Miami, Florida.
Debbie Harry is considered to be one of the most talented music stars of all time and we couldn't agree more. Her career alongside her beloved band Blondie, as well as her solo projects, have gained only positive distinctions, including several #1 hits and platinum-selling albums.
Where is Blondie's lead singer Debbie Harry today?
Blondie has released 11 studio albums, Pollinator being the most recent one in 2017, and Debbie Harry, as a solo artist, has released five. In the past few years the talented singer has been working alongside other music stars. In 2016 for instance, she made a guest appearance with Canadian indie band Arcade Fire at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. Can you possibly name a better on-stage duo?
In 2019 Debbie Harry released her memoir titled Face It, which explores the ups and downs of her professional career and personal life, including her own description of how she was raped when she was younger.
Quick facts about Debbie Harry
- She was a Playboy bunny!
- Debbie Harry is a philanthropist. She supports cancer and endometriosis organizations
- Also known for appearing on David Cronenberg's film Videodrome
- She has some celebrity friends including Bette Midler!
- At the age of three months, she was adopted by Catherine Peters and Richard Harry