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Mary Wakefield

Why is no one admiring Debbie Harry’s resilience?

30 November 2019

9:00 AM

30 November 2019

9:00 AM

Debbie Harry, Blondie’s lead singer, has written a memoir in which she relates, in her usual deadpan, punk-rock way, the strange, horrific things that have happened to her. She had a narrow escape from Ted Bundy, the serial killer; David Bowie showed her his penis (‘adorable’, apparently) and early in her pop career she was raped by an opportunist burglar.

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