We don’t want to con­tribute to the end­less flow of ‘blond’ stereo­types in the media. We want to prove that not all blondes are dumb bim­bos and surfer dudes. Some of them are rock stars, and rock’n’roll his­to­ry wouldn’t be the same with­out them. Robert Plant (Led Zep­pelin) Led Zeppelin’s leg­endary front­man had a tremen­dous vocal range and a flaw­less rock star look. Bil­lie Idol From his snarling, cocky looks and bleach blond hair to his raspy vocals, Idol was the quin­tes­sen­tial 80’s rock star. Kim Gor­don (The Son­ic Youth) Kim Gor­don is the bassist and one of the found­ing mem­bers of influ­en­tial noise rock band Son­ic Youth. Kim is also a key fig­ure in the devel­op­ment of the riot grrrl move­ment of the ‘90s. In many ways, Gor­don became the moth­er of alter­na­tive and under­ground rock. Mar­tin Gore (Depeche Mode) Mar­tin Gore is best known as the key­boardist and pri­ma­ry song­writer for Depeche Mode. Gore wrote many hit tracks, includ­ing ‘Pol­i­cy of Truth’ and ‘Per­son­al Jesus.’ Blondie The new wave and punk music scenes would nev­er be the same after charis­mat­ic Deb­bie Har­ry arrived on the scene in the mid-1970s. Kurt Cobain (Nir­vana) Nirvana’s leg­endary blond front­man had […]