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Iyall, Debora (1954–)

Native-American singer. Name variations: Romeo Void. Born April 29, 1954, in Washington; grew up in Fresno, CA; attended San Francisco Art Institute (1970s).

Cowlitz Indian, sang with pop band, the Mummers and the Poppers, while at San Francisco Art Institute; with Frank Zincavage, Jay Derrah, Peter Woods and Ben Bossi, formed band, Romeo Void (1979), in San Francisco; with group, released critically acclaimed albums, It's a Condition (1981) and Never Say Never (1982), but had only 1 hit single, "A Girl in Trouble (Is a Temporary Thing)," from album Instincts (1984); pursued solo career after Romeo Void disbanded (1985) and released album Strange Language (1986).

Iyall, Debora (1954–)

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