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Dale Ryder of Boom Crash Opera photo by Ros O'Gorman

Dale Ryder of Boom Crash Opera photo by Ros O'Gorman

Dale Ryder Returns to Boom Crash Opera

by Paul Cashmere on June 13, 2019

in News

Dale Ryder is back with his old band Boom Crash Opera.

Dale Ryder left Boom Crash Opera in 2016 after joining the band in 1985 with Richard Pleasance, Peter Farnan, Peter Maslen and Greg O’Connor.

At the Boom Crash Opera Facebook page Dale says,” Well, the stars have aligned themselves and I find myself re-joining my old band. Nothing sinister, just simple happenstance and once again just like that, I’m singing my favourite songs with my favourite band again. For the last three years I’ve watched Andrew De Silva perform with Boom Crash Opera and I’ve admired his professionalism and talent. I did envy him sometimes because I did miss BCO sometimes. So I’m very excited to be back and do it all again. I thank you for your support in advance”.

Boom Crash Opera had their first hit ‘Great Wall’ in 1986. They went on to clock up 10 Top 40 hits, and a US hit with ‘Onion Skin’.

Shows will Dale will be announced soon.

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