Dale Bozzio is an American Singer who started her career in 1976.
Frank Zappa hired she to voice the part of Mary in his rock opera Joe's Garage (1979) which was under development at the time.
In 1984, Dale was cast in Zappa's musical, Thing-Fish.
She, along with Zappa touring guitarist Warren Cuccurullo and Terry Bozzio who had been one of Zappa's drummers, founded Missing Persons in 1980. Missing Persons had multiple hits during the first half of the 1980s and disbanded in 1986, shortly after the release of their third album titled Color in Your Life.
Dale's solo album Riot in English was released in 1988 on Prince's Paisley Park Records, under the mononym "Dale".
In 2010, She's Make Love Not War album and Talk Talk EP was released on Electrik Blue Records.
In 2014, She's Missing in Action was released on Cleopatra Records.
In 2020, she released her second solo album as Missing Persons titled Dreaming. It contains mostly covers of some classic rock / pop songs.
Dale Bozzio's net worth is currently estimated at $4.7 million.
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Children: Dale Bozzio has 2 sons, Troy Sebastian and Shane Maximilian.
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