From Blondie's earliest days, performing at legendary New York punk venues such as Max's Kansas City and CBGB's, to their ultimate ascension to global superstardom at the end of the 1970s, Roberta Bayley was present to record the dramatic rise of Blondie and the unique phenomenon of Debbie Harry. The images collected in Blondie: Unseen 1976-1980 provide an inimitable evocation of one of the most creative and exciting periods in popular culture.
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About the Author
Roberta Bayley was chief photographer for John Holstrom's legendary Punk magazine and also worked the door at punk palace CBGB's from 1974-78. She was one of the first to visually document the 70's punk scene. Her legendary photos have appeared in significant books about the era, including the photography collection Blank Generation Revisited: The Early days of Punk Rock (1997).