Singer, songwriter and actor Deborah Harry performs 'Two Times Blue' on 'The Late Late Show'.

American singer, songwriter and actress Deborah Harry (Debbie Harry) is revered as,

The ultimate new wave diva, as iconic lead singer with the group Blondie.

She performs 'Two Times Blue' in front of a live studio audience on 'The Late Late Show'. Her backing band is comprised of Dave McGinley on guitar, Jil Turner on bass and vocals, Pat Fitzpatrick on keyboards and Paul Byrne on drums.

‘Two Times Blue’ is the opening track and first single from Deborah Harry’s 2007 solo album ‘Necessary Evil’. The album, released on Eleven Seven Music, is her first solo release in 14 years.

‘Two Times Blue’ is written by Deborah Harry, Barb Morrison and Charles Nieland. It was released as a download on 7 September 2007. According to Pat Kenny,

That is one good song.

The day after her appearance on 'The Late Late Show', Deborah Harry makes her first-ever European signing appearance in HMV on Dublin's Grafton Street.

Deborah Harry along with guitarist Chris Stein formed Blondie in 1974. Her solo career began in 1981 with the album 'KooKoo'.

This episode of ‘The Late Late Show’ was broadcast on 14 September 2007. The presenter is Pat Kenny.