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jam: "Anarchy in the UK" with Joan Jett and "I wanna be your dog" with Joan Jett on guitar, Rodney Bingenheimer on keyboards and Tony & Hunt Sales (Iggy Pop band), also Clem lead vocals and Debbie as "the dog". Blondie with guest star: Fred Smith (Television); 9. MC: PUNK staff: Legs Mc Neil, John Holmstrom, Tom , Hal Lester. Chris's band itineraries had the venue misspelled as Mc Farland's Auditorium. In Best #123 the venue for this show is advertised as being Paris, "Le Palace".
[*new*] This date isn't listed in Blondie's itinerary, but The Kinks archivist Doug Hinman indicates this gig with Blondie; Radio Stars; Little Bob Story; Tyla Gang; Japan; Lindisfarne (this is also supported by the "History" link on the Bilzen website which indicates the festival was August 10-13). The hour of the show is also given, being 22h (10 pm). An attendee writes: "It was a weeknight, a couple of weeks before Thanksgiving.
One of these was on 13 Feb (year was unknown but established: the date was probably 1977 as Feb. Also appearing: Lido (1st and 2nd), Alex Chilton (3rd). Gig poster reads Sheffield University Union of Students Ents presents Blondie "plus advertising , disco , late bar / Friday 24th February / Tickets: 1.10 (pounds) to members in advance, 1.20 to others and on the door. Performed "Oh oh I love her so" and "Little Rooster". Someone who attended wrote this: "At this show there was some idiot yelling 'Boo Blondie off stage...they're PUNK.' There was booing at first. This explains why the concert doesn't figure in the itineraries." Photos exist, as does the setlist: An attendee confirms this show was at Tivoli Gardens (full name Gröna Lunds Tivoli) in Copenhagen, but Chris Stein's band itinerary incorrectly listed it as Grona Lund Tivoli in Stockholm, performing w/ Buzzcocks.
13 fell on a Sunday night that year and Rodney's show was on Saturday night and Sunday night). Not in itinerary but someone had a tape allegedly from this, containing the following set: Palisades Park (Chuck Barris), Little Girl Lies, Look Good In Blue, Presence Dear, Man Overboard, Little GTO (Ronny & The Daytonas), In The Sun, Rip Her To Shreds, Evil Friends (early Blondie, unreleased original song; Debbie introduces the song as a "jazz-rock" number), Poets Problem, Flight 45, Platinum Blonde, Kung Fu Girls, I Didn't Have The Nerve To Say No, Rifle Range, Fan Mail, Moonlight Drive (The Doors), A Shark In Jets Clothing, Star Beast (Gary Valentine-Ronnie Toast, unreleased original song), Goldfinger (John Barry), Heatwave (Martha & The Vandellas), X Offender. California Ave., Palo Alto, CA [*new*] w/ Iggy Pop and David Bowie (playing keyboards). Guest stars: Billy Ficca (Television), Ernie Brooks (Modern Lovers). This is reportedly the last gig played with Gary Valentine. Members and bona fide guests only." Private invitation: Punk Magazine cordially invites you & a guest to the wedding of Joey Ramone & Deborah Harry in the final scene of "Mutant Monster Beach Party". Note: a reliable source indicates this gig was at The Palladium, so it is unknown whether it was there or at CBGB as originally indicated in this list. By the end of the second song most of the crowd had been won over. A different source indicates the venue is "Konserthuset". [*new*] This conflicts with the Blondie band itinerary, but a contributor confirms this happened: "A friend of mine attended the show.
See also: Debbie Harry solo appearances Credits for the contributors to this page appear in the site credits. This was at 42 W 28th Street between Broadway and 6th Avenue.
The venue was often misspelled "Boburn" and is usually called the "Boburn Tavern", such as in Making Tracks and by most authors writing about this period in Blondie's history.
The 1974-75 Manhattan telephone directory at the New York Public Library has an entry with the correct spelling, showing the complete, accurate legal name of the establishment at that time.
In the photos on page 96, the window is decoratively painted with the lettering "BEAUBERN CAFE" and "42 WEST 28 STREET" and the awning text ("BAR & RESTAURANT") is reflected in the window.Ads were placed in the Village Voice (Vol XX No.32 ) and the So Ho Weekly News (Vol 2 No 45 pg 31): (ad listing) (ad listing) Big Halloween Weekend: Heartbreakers, Tuff Darts, Blondie, Manster, and Shadow. Chris Stein has a handwritten document indicating that Blondie had performed in Central Park on 31 Dec 76, and that they were owed 0 by some department of the City of New York. Andy Paley, Ivan Kral, Jay Dee Daugherty: loose jam; 8. A contributor who was jointly responsible for promoting this concert on behalf of the Bournemouth College Students Union states: "On Blondie played the Village Bowl, Bournemouth, but this was not with Television. This gig was their first gig in the UK and Europe and was a few days prior to the Television tour starting." [The band itinerary had indicated there two sets, but those itineraries are not entirely accurate for this time period.] A different contributor gives the location as Westover Drive, Bournemouth and states: "It was a replacement gig for the cancelled Sex Pistols 'Anarchy in the UK Tour' date", later describing watching Debbie perform "Rip Her To Shreds" on a five foot stage. In Rock&Folk #132, an article about this show reports it being at the venue "The Nashville", but this conflicts with the band's itinerary.