Debbie Harry‘s fourth book, “Face it“, is expected to be released on October 1st.
Harry, in her autobiographical book, narrates all those situations that are still considered taboo nowadays and “we shouldn’t talk about them“.
The turbulent life of rock artists of that time, such as Debbie Harry, is to be expected.
Stories of abuse of any kind are not something that isn’t expected in the musical world or is unknown.
Although the media portray it as tragic, it is still a book that simply narrates the life of a 70s artist.
Readers will get to know the center of the 1970s seen through Harry’s eyes.
They will go to legendary places, such as CBGBs, Studio 54, and Max’s in Kansas City, where she worked as a waitress before her worldwide recognition.
It refers to legends like Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat.
Not many people know that the once brown-haired Harry was a playboy bunny and that the Blondie in 1981 on their album “Autoamerican” had a rap song, the “Rapture“.
The singer also refers to her rape in New York by bandits who invaded her home.
To her meeting with serial killer Tend Bundy and her addiction to heroin.
In an interview about her autobiography, Harry told Rolling Stone:
“This is an overview of how we went through and maintained and have continued through that time from my perspective.”
Waiting, then, for an autobiographical and certainly a historical book …