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Check out these amazing vintage photos of Debbie Harry in downtown NYC

These super-cool shots show why Blondie singer Debbie Harry is a true New York icon

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Time Out New York Music
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If there's one artist who epitomizes the New York downtown scene of the late ’70s and early ’80s, it's Debbie Harry. Wanna see where she made her name? Peep these photos of the legendary CBGB club, and read all about what the star has to say in our brand new interview, in which she talks her new cabaret show and the power of sexuality. For now though, feast your eyes on the Queen of Cool, elegantly demonstrating why NYC is the greatest city in the world.

Photograph: Martyn Goddard/REX USA

Debbie Harry recording Blondie's Parallel Lines album at the Record Plant in New York in 1978.
Photograph: Martyn Goddard/Alamy

Debbie Harry takes a break from recording Parallel Lines at the Record Plant studio in New York in 1978.
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Photograph: Martyn Goddard/REX USA

Debbie Harry in New York in 1978.
Photograph: Martyn Goddard/REX USA

Debbie Harry in New York in 1978.
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Photograph: David Godlis

Debbie Harry performs with Blondie at CBGB.
Photograph: Martyn Goddard/REX USA

Debbie Harry in New York in 1978.

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