1955

Born
Dale Frances Consalvi
Boston,MA.

Billiards Bunny
Boston Playboy Club.

Post Concert Meeting with Frank Zappa.

1974

1975

Moves to L.A. to pursue an acting career.

Reconnects with Frank Zappa: The Beginning of their lifelong friendship.

Playboy's
"Bunny of the Year."

1976

1977

Marries Zappa drummer Terry Bozzio.

'78 '79

Prominent vocal roles on Zappa’s epic "Joe’s Garage I, II, III."

Formation of musical outfit "US Drag" with Zappa tour guitarist Warren Cuccurullo, joined soon thereafter by Terry.

US Drag cameo appearance and live performances in feature film "Lunch Wagon"

Zappa studio recordings of :
"I Like Boys"
"Destination Unknown"
"Mental Hopscotch"
"Words"

Band rechristened "Missing Persons."

1980

1981

Tracks remastered by Ken Scott at KoMos studios.

Self-financed, vinyl pressing of four-track EP.

Heavy self-promotion via live concert dates and K-Rock airplay results in EP-sales of approximately 7,000 copies.

Sign three-album contract with Capitol Records, with re-pressing and distribution of EP resulting in an unprecedented 200,000+copies sold.

1982

12-track, LP debut ‘Spring Session M’ places #17 on Billboard album chart, launching international radio hits "Words," "Destination Unknown,’" "Windows," and "Walking in L.A."

"Spring Session M" certified gold thanks to successful live tour, music video exposure and landmark US Festival appearance.

1983

1984

LP-release "Rhyme and Reason."

Premier single "Give" reaches No. 1 on Billboard July dance chart.

Multiple MTV guest appearances.

Artistic collaborations with Helmut Newton and Peter Max.

Missing Persons cameo video appearance, Frank Sinatra’s "L.A. is My Lady."

Dale and Terry record notorious "Harry and Rhonda" vocals for Zappa’s satirical "Thing-Fish."

LP-release "Color in Your Life." Premier single: "I Can’t Think About Dancing."

Missing Persons disband; Dale and Terry divorce.

1986

1987

Embarks on solo career as "Dale."

Marries successful entrepreneur Leonard ‘Len’ Holness II.

Capitol Records CD-release "The Best of Missing Persons."

LP-release "Riot in English," produced for Prince’s fledgling Paisley Park label.

Premier single "Simon Simon" reaches #42-spot on Billboard dance chart.

Dale and Len divorce amicably.

1988

1990

Relocates to native Boston; marries local businessman Richard Mckenzie.

Guest appearance on "Zappa’s Universe," a televised concert celebrating Frank’s 50th birthday.

Gives birth to first son Shane Maximilian.

1991

1992

Begins successful touring career with hired band as "Missing Persons featuring Dale Bozzio."

Birth of second son
Troy Sebastian.

Death of Frank Zappa.

1993

1995

CD-release of "Spring Session M" featuring additional tracks from debut EP.

Interview and segment spotlight, MTV’s "It Came from the ‘80s."

1997

1998

CD-release "Late Nights, Early Days," featuring a 1981 live concert recording and previously unreleased track "Action Reaction"

Interview and segment spotlight, VH1’s "Where Are They Now?"

CD-release "Remixed Hits," featuring new vocal recording of "Walking in L.A." with Sen Dog of Cypress Hill.

1999

CD-releases of "Rhyme and Reason" and "Color in Your Life," each newly augmented by rare B-side or live tracks.

Maintains residences in both Boston and Chocoruha, New Hampshire.

2000

2001

Sold-out, three-concert reunion of MP-founding members Dale, Terry and Warren, Roxy Theater, L.A.

Multiple interviews and appearances on "Access Hollywood."

CD-releases of "Lost Tracks," featuring never-before-released tracks and live performances, and "Classic Masters," Capitol Records' collection of remastered originals and extended mixes.

2002

2005

Live performance, NBC’s ‘Hit Me Baby One More Time.

CD-release of "Walking in L.A., the Dance Mixes," featuring new mixes of select tracks from 1999’s successful "Remixed Hits"

Co-host and live performance, "The Jimmy Kimmel Show"

Dale begins to assemble her memoirs; divorces Richard Mckenzie.

2006

2007

25th Anniversary of "Spring Session M."

Returns to native Boston.
Releases Make Love Not War.

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