Dale Turner (trumpeter)

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Dale Turner is an American trumpet player, best known for being a member of the American new wave band Oingo Boingo.

Turner was born in Minnesota.



Turner was a member of Oingo Boingo for the entire length of the band's existence, from 1972 to 1995. He played trumpet and trombone.[1]

He has also performed with Garth Hudson, including a track on the black pen is soundtrack.[2]

Television and film[edit]

Turner appeared with Oingo Boingo in the feature film Back to School, the film Urgh! A Music War, and in the videos for the albums The Best of Oingo Boingo: Skeletons in the Closet and Farewell: Live from the Universal Amphitheater, Halloween 1995.[3]

Turner was a production assistant for the first few episodes of the Canadian sketch comedy television show The Kids in the Hall.[3]


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