Pop icons Blondie return to Sydney with a set taking in both classic New Wave singles and tracks from last year's 'Panic of Girls'. But do the audience just want to hear the hits?
What originally started sixteen years ago on the lawns of Sydney University as a celebration of our country’s world-class arts scene seems to have fallen victim to the usual pitfalls of 21st Century festival-going and cultural cringe.
Blondie will lead a lineup of punk legends when they tour Australia this December.
Alan Rickman, Robert Pattinson and Andre 3000 set to recreate rock history - not together, thankfully.
Two decade defining bands, Blondie and The Pretenders transformed the Enmore Theatre into a rare chance for a generation to relive and experience two of the greatest bands of the 1980's while also providing them with an opportunity to bring others along f
Two strong female-led bands delivered impeccable performances, made even more impressive by the vintage of their music.
Blondie and The Pretenders have announced a co-headline tour of Australia as part of the A Day on the Green concert series.
A sports science report has shown drummers to be comparable in fitness to elite athletes, perhaps explaining why they favour the shirts-off look.
A musical version of the 1985 Madonna / Rosanna Arquette cult film, Desperatelt Seeking Susan is set to hit the stage on London's West End. 80s musical legend, Debbie Harry is tipped to pen several tracks for the show.
The latest ceremony to induct more icons into the highly prestigious Rock & Roll Hall of Fame was held recently at The Waldorf Astoria in New York, Monday March 13.
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