Jan 13, 2016- Dale Frances Bozzio (née Consalvi; born March 2, 1955) is an American progressive rock and new wave vocalist. She is best known as co-founder and lead singer of the 1980s pop/new wave band Missing Persons, and also known for her work with Frank Zappa. In her solo career, Bozzio released three albums and one EP. While with Zappa, she performed significant roles in two of his.
Bozzio had a Top 40 dance hit with the single "Simon Simon"; this song was also a crossover hit in Europe. In November 1991, Bozzio was a featured performer at a Frank Zappa tribute concert held in New York's Ritz. In 2001, Dale was involved with a reunion of .
Dale Bozzio, Soundtrack: Lunch Wagon. With her stunningly buxom, shapely and voluptuous bombshell figure, highly distinctive squeaky voice, platinum blonde hair, and penchant for outrageous clothes, Dale Bozzio was certainly one of the more quirky and colorful personalities to emerge from the early 1980s California New Wave band rock scene. She was born Dale Frances Consalvi on March Author: Dale Bozzio.