Debbie Harry

Debbie Harry



Debbie Harry is an American singer, songwriter, model, and actress best known as the lead singer of the band Blondie. She was born Deborah Ann Harry on July 1, 1945 in Miami, Florida. She was raised in Hawthorne, New Jersey and attended Hawthorne High School.

Harry's career began in the mid-1970s when she joined the band Blondie as the lead singer. The band quickly gained popularity for their unique blend of punk and new wave music. Blondie's biggest hits include "Heart of Glass," "Call Me," and "The Tide is High." They had four number one singles and four Top 10 albums in the U.K. and six number one singles and seven Top 10 albums in the U.S.

In addition to her work with Blondie, Harry has released five solo albums, appeared in numerous films and television shows, and had an acting career. She appeared in the films Videodrome, Hairspray, and Cop Land. She also had a recurring role on the television show Twin Peaks. Harry has also been involved in various philanthropic endeavors.

Throughout her career, Harry has been a style icon. She has been noted for her unique look, which includes her trademark bleached blonde hair, smoky eyes, and bright red lipstick. She was also the first female artist to be featured on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine.

In addition to her work in music and acting, Harry has also been involved in various humanitarian efforts. She has been a vocal advocate for women's rights, LGBT rights, and animal rights. She was also involved in the Rock for Choice movement, which advocated for abortion rights.

Harry is still active in the music industry and continues to tour with Blondie. She has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the Songwriters Hall of Fame, and the UK Music Hall of Fame. Harry is an icon of the music industry and a trailblazer for female artists.

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