Blondie hit the stage on February 10, 1999, at New York's Town Hall for their first hometown gig in 17 years, kicking off their 1999 U.S. tour, and, as the New York Post declared, "they had arrived." Although many would argue that Blondie's music never left the scene, their reemergence through touring and through their worldwide, multi-platinum album No Exit proves that Blondie are true groundbreakers in the music world. Originally broadcast as a 45-minute VH1 special, the DVD adds nearly 45 additional minutes to bring you the band's complete set from this historic show, as well as a bonus video of "Nothing Is Real But The Girl."
New York's disco-influenced art-punk rockers Blondie hit the stage at the Town Hall in New York City, for their first hometown gig in over 17 years. Originally broadcast as a forty-five minute VH1 special, LIVE IN NEW YORK is a fantastic audiovisual record of an awe-inspiring reunion concert, with singer (turned movie actress) Debbie Harry looking as striking and singing as sensually as usual.