Blondie conquers Cubans
The American group Blondie offered his first concert in Cuba where he played his best known songs and his new album Pollinator.
Blondie, founded in the 70s in New York City, conquered the Cubans with a presentation of almost two hours in which her vocalist Debbie Harry, 73, showed her skills and vitality that have characterized her throughout her life. career.
Debbie said she was very excited to sing in Havana and shared the stage with the Cuban group Síntesis, with which she later joined at the end of the concert.
The group, formed also by guitarists Christopher Stein and Tommy Kessler, bassist Leigh Foxx and keyboardist Matt Katz-Bohen presented a repertoire based on punk rock before hundreds of Cuban and American fans who traveled with Blondie to Havana.
Heart of my glass and Call me, the best-known songs of the New York group, crowned the night in which Debbie Harry did not stop talking with the audience and thank the respect they showed to the group.
On the night of this Saturday, it will be the second Blondie concert in Havana and will have as guest the troubadour David Torrens.