Posts tagged music
D is for Debbie Harry
Blondie lead singer and punk icon.
Blondie’s Debbie Harry and Chris Stein at the opening of Mirandy Gallery’s Blondie in Camera exhibition in London, 1978, photographed by Martyn Goddard/Corbis
I is for Icon
Three words: The Rolling Stones. Enough said.
The Rolling Stones in 1978, photo by Michael Putland/Getty Images
K is for The Kinks
A raw, raucous sound in a polished package — the very essence of British rock ‘n roll
A is for Album Cover
A musical collaboration worthy of the Warhol cover art.
T is for Tennis
We love this husband-and-wife duo’s music and style.
N is for Neil Young
Neil Young released Harvest in 1972. 40 years later, Heart of Gold plays in our New York office.
N is for New Music
Best Coast — an American surf band we are listening to now.
R is for Ronson
The music master’s latest effort was writing Anywhere in the World for this month’s upcoming Olympics
M is for Music
From the Grateful Dead to the Cure to Michael Kiwanuka — this week we celebrate our first ever Music Issue on the Tory Blog
F is for fun.
A band that’s so much fun it deserves extra punctuation