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(gig flyer) Blondie and the Ramones performing after the Woodo Nuns (sic). Ads in the Village Voice and So Ho Weekly News exist for this set of gigs that started on the 31st of Oct. Chris said that at one point, they played at CBGBs every weekend for seven months (date unknown, but it is probably this one). Mothers was at 267 West 23rd Street, on the north side of the street, just east of Eighth 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.An ad in the So Ho Weekly News (Vol.2 #15 pg.27) exists with them billed simply as Blondie. This was our jungle night show, with me, Tish, and Snooky dressed as jungle girls in leather skins tied with thongs and accented by bits of fur. 44 pg 112 (ad listing) Big Halloween Weekend: Heartbreakers, Tuff Darts, Blondie, Manster, and Shadow. The book was about a NY band from the mid 70s but I can't remember their name or the book." [*new*] Danny Fields writes about the revival of Jackie Curtis' play "Vain Victory "in his column on pg 44 of So Ho Weekly News Vol 3 No.Chris' statement is supported by John Holstrom, who wrote in his book "The Best of Punk Magazine" pg 177 (2012), "Blondie were the only band from the CBGB scene who also hung out at Studio 54; they played benefits for the Gay Liberation Movement, served as the CBGB house band, and were friendly with all the disparate elements of the 1970's rock scene." (ad listing) [*new*] Blondie and the Banzai Babies opening for Harlem Drive. In between sets, Fred freaked Chris out by telling him he was going to replace Richard Hell in Television over the weekend." The band performed two sets. 11 that "Blondie's band provided the spirited accompaniment and everyone was in top form." This is one of the first positive reports about the band.A contributor states: "this venue is not part of the (U. Berkeley) campus as previously reported." [It was apparently confused with event on 29-Apr-1978.] w/ Joan Jett. Dead Boys with special guest: Ross Friedman (Dictators); 3. Backed up by Ivan Kral, Lenny Kaye, Jay Dee Daugherty, Richard Sohl (Patti Smith Group); 5. They played "The First One" (written by Valentine), which he later recorded to start his solo career. Poster for this gig reads: Friars at the Maxwell (Vale) Hall Aylesbury / from new york city Blondie XTC / Tickets 175p from Earth Records Aylesbury; Sun Music H. This was featured in the July/August 1978 issue of Punk Magazine. By the end of the third song, those that didn't like it had shut up. Blondie performed with Ultravox and Nico, as well other famous Spanish artists and Latin-American. Setlist: X Offender, Little Girl Lies, Look Good In Blue, Man Overboard, In The Flesh, I'm On E, Love At The Pier, I Didn't Have The Nerve To Say No, Bermuda Triangle Blues (Flight 45), Kidnapper, Youth Nabbed As Sniper.
Advertised in LA Times as "Blondie and Deaf School". Patti Smith Group with guest stars: Matthew Reich and Allen Lanier (Blue Oyster Cult); 6. Auction I - Auctioneer: Handsome Dick Manitoba (Dictators); 8. A T-shirt exists for this gig listing; in bright pink lettering on a black shirt, "blondie does it / STARWOOD / Los Angeles, Calif. By the end of the set, I don't remember anyone not liking the group (not just because they were finished either)." (ticket stub) w/ The Kinks. Another source claimed the venue was "The Catalyst", but it was not, as confirmed by a friend of an employee who took photographs at this event. The Kinks archivist Doug Hinman indicates the venue is "Mc Farlin Memorial Auditorium, Southern Methodist University". We had a cancellation of Lou Reed, if I remember correctly. That show was part of the Canet Rock 78', in a village near Barcelona (Canet de Mar). But yes I confirm you that this show happened and it was very successful." (gig flyer) [*new*] w/ Boyfriends. Blondie's appearance on Musikladen (a legendary German pop show going way back to the 1960s) was officially released on DVD and 2-CD: DVD on Encore Music Entertainment (PA-99-616-D), and the 2CD on NMC Music (80094500071 0).
In an article in the May 22, 1975 So Ho Weekly News (Vol II No.33 pp 37 &41) entitled "Goodbye Liverpool, Hello Oblivion", Alan Betrock discusses the CBGBs music scene and mentions seeing 2 members of Blondie earlier that week. Actually that was the first time in public that a recording of Blondie was played in the Garden State.