Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Artist Stops By Syracuse Diner
Debbie Harry stopped by The Gem diner in Syracuse and made a surprise visit Wednesday for a quick bite before her appearance at The Great New York State Fair at the Fair's Chevy Court stage.
Debbie Harry is the voice of the 70'and 80's with a bunch of hits that you may have forgotten until your hear one played on the radio. Hits like "Call Me","One Way or Another", Heart of Glass","Rapture", and "The Tide is High", She has also released five solo albums and that includes her 1989 Rebranding as "Deborah Harry" on "Def, Dumb & Blond".
Blondie was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2006. The band has been credited with influencing other acts, like no Doubt and Garbage, while "Rapture" was the first song to hit number 1 in the U.S. featuring rap vocals.
The band split in the 80's but reformed in the late 90's and has released several albums since then including collaborations with Joan Jett.
Blondy performed on opening day the Fair at Chevy Court.