LOCHGELLY based Rubber Stamp Promotions and Weekend Revolution have booked the number one UK tribute to Blondie, Dirty Harry, to headline at Fife’s premier music venue, PJ Molloy’s, on Saturday September 14.

This will be the band's ninth headline show at the Dunfermline venue and support will come from punk covers band, Troops Of Tomorrow, who are from the Kingdom.

You can purchase tickets in advance from PJ Molloy’s priced £10 and tickets are also available from Ticketweb. Doors open at 7pm and the age limit for this gig is 16+.

Said Rubber Stamp’s Stuart Watson: “Dirty Harry is the only tribute band for the true Blondie fan.

“Formed in Edinburgh in early 2011, Dirty Harry was borne out of singing doctor Sarah Kennedy’s desire to create an act which could play homage to everyone’s favourite rock goddess, Debbie Harry and to the band who practically invented Power Pop, Blondie.

"Nearly four decades after Blondie emerged onto the anarchic downtown New York punk scene, Sarah struck gold on Gumtree and found four of Edinburgh’s finest musicians to complete the line up.

"In the annals of rock, Blondie is unique and their back catalogue has proven to be timeless and with Ms Harry at the front, what’s not to like guys?

"Dirty Harry has not only the original sound, feel, attitude, and full back catalogue of the band but a look-a-like of Debbie to deliver the good stuff.

"If a recap of some of the top tunes are required, let’s remind ourselves.

"Hits include Heart Of Glass, Call Me, Rapture, Sunday Girl, Dreaming, Atomic, Denis, Hanging On The Telephone, Maria, One Way Or Another and much more.

"Dirty Harry do it all plus plenty more of the best chart toppers and fans’ favourites."

Local band Troops Of Tomorrow support at this one and the band cover songs from the likes of The Buzzcocks, The Damned, Stiff Little Fingers, The Clash, The Ramones, The Sex Pistols and Sham 69 to name but a few!

PJ Molloy’s is in Canmore Street in Dunfermline. You can find out more on their Facebook page.