SEVENTIES New York legends, Blondie's Debbie Harry and Chris Stein have announced a tour for this April.
The ex-band mates and ex-lovers will be in conversation, hosted by friend and collaborator Rob Roth - who will delve into their amazing history.
The evening will include showings of film clips, fan art, book readings and audience questions and answers.
It's sure to be a must-go for any self respecting Blondie fan.
The tour will start Wednesday April 22 in Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, before finishing on Tuesday 28th April in London's Barbican Centre.
Debbie Harry and Chris Stein In Conversation 2020 UK Tour Dates
In the mid seventies, their band emerged on to the New York music scene and quickly became era defining, and internationally iconic.
Front woman Debbie Harry and co-founder Chris Stein will discuss five decades of Blondie, their lives as artists and creative partners.
The event is centred round Chris and Debbie's recent book releases, with Debbie's best selling autobiography Face It crowned 'the ultimate rock n roll memoir' by the Sunday Times, while Chris Stein's highly acclaimed books Negative and Point of View have been described as 'stunning' by Rolling Stone.
Each night is expected to be different, as the conversation ranges across their careers, including ground breaking music, adventures in New York in the 1970s and their life on the road.
'I've always loved the way Chris tells stories,' says Debbie, 'I think you will too.'
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