Concrete Blonde
Concrete Blonde After spending several years in the embryonic form of Dream 6 (under which name they released an EP for Happy Hermit in France), Hollywood, California, USA rock band Concrete Blonde formed in 1986.

The founders of the group, former Sparks's personnel Earle (production) and Jim Mankey (guitars) plus Johnette Napolitano (bass, vocals), were joined by Harry Rushakoff (drums) for their debut on I.R.S. Records. Its alluring mix of energy, sensitivity and streetwise wit secured Concrete Blonde a positive response from both the music press and more mature rock audiences.