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We used to play theatre shows with the tribute bands that we perform across the UK
Here’s a review from 2008 by Daniel Mole from a ‘Call Me Blondie’ show:
‘Call Me Blondie’
Saturday, 28th February 2008
Review by Daniel Mole
‘Call Me Blondie’ wowed the Banks’s Stadium crowd on Saturday with a stunning duel performance.
This brilliant live concert show kicked off, as you would imagine, with a stunning tribute to Blondie and their greatest hits.
From ‘Call Me’ to ‘Atomic’, ‘Heart Of Glass’ to ‘Rapture’; all the classics were covered in what was a high-intesity performance.
After the break, the group showed their diversity with a string of classics from the 1980’s, taking the audience on a whirlwind tour of this decade of decadence. Highlights of the second half of the show included Soft Cell’s ‘Tainted Love’, Kim Wilde’s ‘Kids In America’ and The Eurythmics’ ‘Sweet Dreams’.
All in all, it was a night to remember thanks to the high-octane performance of ‘Call Me Blondie’