Dale Martindale

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Dale Martindale
Birth name Dale Martin Martindale
Born (1961-01-21) January 21, 1961 (age 56)
Origin Canada
Genres New wave
Occupation(s) Singer
Instruments Vocalist
Years active 1982 - Present
Associated acts 69 Duster
Images In Vogue
Pretty Volume

Dale Martindale (born January 21, 1961), is a Canadian born vocalist best known as the lead singer for the new wave band Images in Vogue. In addition to his work with Images in vogue, Dale Martindale has had several side projects, including 69 Duster and Primary (Canadian band) as well as Pretty Volume and numerous solo performances under his own name.

Career[edit]

Martindale has been involved with many acts such as 69 Duster, Images In Vogue, Naked In The Garden and Pretty Volume among others.

In 1986 Dale Martindale and 16 other local artist were immortalized in a mural by artist Bill Wrigley titled "passing glances" on Toronto's popular "Adelaide Street".[1]

In 1986-87 Dale became the host of the Switchback (CBC) television show.[2] In 1991 Dale and Joe Vizvary performed with Daryll Flint as Primary (Canadian band).

In 2001 Martindale teamed up with Sean Kelly, Steve Nunnaro and Jay McBride to form 69 duster.[3] Together they released 2 albums; "Mania" and "Ride"[4] and continued to perform together for over 8 years.

In 2007 Martindale composed music tracks for a Sprint advertisement campaign in which his vocals are lip synched by actor Dominic Keating who portrays Ian Westbury in the fictional[5] band Fierce Blue Ascot[5] although Dale does not appear in the music video.[6]

The same year Martindale also collaborated with Montreal's Ky Anto (formerly of Robin Black and the Intergalactic Rock Stars ) and Toronto's Neil Leyton on their self-titled album "Pretty Volume".[7]

Dale currently resides and works in Toronto, Ontario with his wife Susan.

External links[edit]

  • [1], Images In Vogue's official website
  • [2], Dale Martindale's Facebook page.
  • [3] Images In Vogue Facebook fan group.

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