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Blondie Tour Not Coming to Hard Rock Live in Hollywood

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In July, Blondie announced a North American fall tour in support of the upcoming release of its ninth studio album, Panic of Girls. Founding members Debbie Harry, Chris Stein, and Clem Burke have teamed up with newer additions Leigh Foxx, Tommy Kessler, and Matt Katz-Bohen and kicked off the tour on September 4 in Minnesota.

We got especially excited to see that Blondie posted on its website that the tour has a scheduled stop in Hollywood at the Hard Rock Live on September 26... except it's not going to happen.

As you can see below, the site still indicates that Blondie will be in South Florida on September 26:

However, after speaking with a rep from the venue, we've been notified

that "the sites are wrong" by a rep from Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. There haven't been any details

released as to why the tour won't be stopping in Hollywood, but we are

pretty disappointed about it.



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