Known In The '70s For: Being the lead singer of Blondie
Harry is without a doubt the pinup of the punk and new wave scene. She had been a go-go dancer and a Bunny at the New York Playboy club, so it's safe to say she was in touch with her sex appeal. Debbie Harry (the name of the person) and Blondie (the name of the group) were there, at ground zero of the explosion of edgy New York cool that emerged in response to bland soft rock and cheesy disco. They played at downtown punk venues Max's Kansas City and CBGB, sharing the stage with the likes of Talking Heads and Television.