Dale Krantz Rossington Bio, Full name, Age, Husband, Boyfriend, Songs, Wiki, Band, Net worth
Dale Krantz Rossington Bio
American singer-songwriter Dale Krantz Rossington is best known for collaborating with the Southern rock band 38 Special. She was born on November 15, 1948, in San Antonio, Texas, and grew up in Jacksonville, Florida.
Dale Krantz Rossington first joined 38 Special as a backup singer in 1980 but quickly rose to prominence in the group. Several of the band's songs, such as "Rockin' Into the Night," "Hold on Loosely," and "Caught Up in You," were co-written by her. On some of the band's songs, including "Back Where You Belong" and "Like No Other Night," she also sang the lead vocals.
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|Real Age|| 70 years (as of now 2023)
|Date of Birth||June 12, 1952|
|Birth Place||United States
Education and Career:
As a backing vocalist for several bands in the Jacksonville region in the 1970s, Dale Krantz Rossington started her musical career. She first joined 38 Special as a backup vocalist in 1980 and immediately rose to prominence in the group. She co-wrote several of the band's hits and provided lead vocals on several of their tracks. Over the 1980s, 38 Special put out a number of popular albums that cemented their place in the Southern rock genre.
As a backup vocalist for numerous musicians, including the Allman Brothers Band and Rossington Collins Band, Dale Krantz Rossington started her musical career.
She joined .38 Special as a lead vocalist in 1987 and recorded many albums with the band, including "Rock & Roll Strategy" and "Bone Against Steel."
In addition, Dale Krantz Rossington had many film appearances, including "The Money Pit" and "Let It Ride."
"Take It on Trust," a joint album by Dale Krantz Rossington and Gary Rossington, was published in 2009.
She continues to release songs as a solo artist and perform with the band.38 Special.
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|TVseries||1997 -Lynyrd Skynyrd: Lyve from Steel Town (Vocal)
2003 -Lynyrd Skynyrd Lyve: The Vicious Cycle Tour (Backing Vocal)
2006 Decades Rock Live Self 2008 Lynyrd Skynyrd: Live at Freedom Hall
2015 Lynyrd Skynyrd: Pronounced Leh-Nerd Skin-Nerd & Second Helping Live (Self) 2017 Rock Legends (Self)
2018 If I Leave Here Tomorrow: A Film About Lynyrd Skynyrd
In 1982, Lynyrd Skynyrd, guitarist and founding member Gary Rossington, wed Dale Krantz Rossington.
In 1987, the couple gave birth to Mary Elizabeth Rossington, a daughter.
|Ex- Husband||Raymond Alan Watkins|
|Daughters||Daughters: Mary and Annie Rossington|
|$10 million to $15 million|
Dale Krantz Rossington formerly sang as a backing singer for the Rossington Collins Band, which was started by her husband Gary Rossington and a fellow member of the Lynyrd Skynyrd band, Allen Collins.
Dale Krantz Rossington has a background in acting in addition to her music career. She featured in a number of movies, including "Freebird: The Movie" and "Beverly Hills Cop II".
Dale Krantz Rossington is renowned for her strong and passionate singing, which has won her accolades from both supporters and detractors.
She has performed with.38 Special on a protracted tour in cities all over the world including the United States.
"Second Chance," "Caught Up in You," and "If I'd Been the One" are some of Special's biggest successes.
In 2016, Dale Krantz Rossington, her husband Gary Rossington, and other Lynyrd Skynyrd musicians were all inducted into the Georgia Music Hall of Fame.
She has co-written many of.38 Special's songs, including "Back Where You Belong" and "Like No Other Night," demonstrating her skill as a songwriter.
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