Terry Dobson Biography
Terry Dobson was born on 29 March 1952 on a large council estate in Wakefield. He attended Flanshaw Infants (now called Flanshaw Junior and Infants), Alverthorpe Junior, Ings Road Secondary Modern School, and Building College until, at the age of 21, he entered higher education at Huddersfield Polytechnic, now the University of Huddersfield.
Terry Dobson is a famous Writer, who was born on March 29, 1952 in United Kingdom.
According to Astrologers, Terry Dobson zodiac sign is Aries
Terry Dobson (born 29 March 1952) is a founding member of the pop band, Black Lace, with Ian Howarth. Their best-known hits include “Superman”, “Agadoo”, “Do the Conga”, “Hokey Cokey”, “Wig-Wam Bam” and “Music Man”, although Dobson had left the band by the time of those releases.
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From 15 years of age, Dobson worked as a joiner for Horners Building Contractors in Ossett and for Wakefield Metropolitan District Council before turning professional with Black Lace in 1976.
They finally arrived at the line up in 1976 consisting of Steve Scholey (lead singer), Alan Barton (lead guitar, lead singer and backing vocals), Dobson (drums and backing vocals) and Colin Routh (Gibb) (bass guitar, backing vocals and stringed instruments).
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Dobson formed the pop group The Impact in 1969 with his school friend Ian Howarth. This was after playing drums on the chair arms of another friend Freddy Pearson’s mother’s best three piece suite. Following this, a drum kit of sorts was put together after Billy Blackburn donated a bass drum and tom toms to the cause. It was four years and two further band name changes (Penny Arcade and Love or Confusion) before Black Lace was born.
The book’s writing was suddenly halted, with the death of his partner, Tricia, to an asthma attack in 2006, leaving him to look after his youngest son Liam.
After some eight months without a drumming job, Dobson was asked to step in with some friends in a band called Aircrew when their drummer was taken ill. When the illness worsened, Dobson became the permanent drummer, though the band only played in a semi-professional capacity. He left Aircrew in 1993 after a love affair forced the break up of his second marriage. The band split up in 1995.
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Dobson and Howart, founded Black Lace in 1974 together, after four years with the other band members Steve Scholey, Nigel Scott and Alan Barton. Dobson left the group in 1973, a short time after Howarth, but both later rejoined after a couple of line up changes involving Neil Hardcastle (drums for three months) and Nigel Scott (bass guitar for four years).
They also represented the United Kingdom in the Eurovision Song Contest 1979 in Jerusalem, with the song “Mary Ann”, which finished seventh.
Following the band’s split in January 1981, Dobson joined the Castleford-based band Stormer, formerly known as Method. The band had toured the length and breadth of the UK before being signed up by Ringo Starr, after a recording deal with Jonathan King had ended. Dobson’s time with the band ended on 31 December 1984 when the band decided to call it a day.