Dole : The cult new wave pop-rock band DOLE was first active between 1979 and 1987.
Based in Athus, a small town on the border of Belgium, France and Luxembourg, DOLE gained media and public success in continental Europe, playing concerts in Belgium, Germany, Holland, France, Spain, Switzerland and even Morocco.
The first band (with Aroma di Amore) signed by PIAS, DOLE issued the 4 track 12" record SMALL TOWN in 1984.
This was followed in 1985 by two 7" and 12" singles : HAIRCUT, produced by Luc VAN ACKER, and RUMROAD, produced by Adrian BORLAND (leader of THE SOUND).
In 1986, DOLE's first and only album THE SPEED OF HOPE (incl . the single SLUMBERLAND) was issued by PIAS in Belgium, Polydor in France and Nettwerk in Canada.
DOLE was again active from 2008 to 2010, and A NEW LINE-UP IS CURRENTLY ACTIVE and playing rare gigs in outstanding venues and places.
DOLE records are still much sought after by new wave fans and record collectors from around the world.
DOLE has shared the stage with: A;GRUMH, ALLEZ ALLEZ, ARNO, AROMA DI AMORE, BERRURIER NOIR, BLAINE REININGER, BOLLOCK BROTHERS, BOXCARS, ETIENNE DAHO, GANGSTERS D'AMOUR, KLANG, LA MUERTE, MINIMAL COMPACT, NACHT UND NEBEL, NEON JUDGEMENT, NOIR DESIR, RED GUITARS, RED LORRY YELLOW LORRY, SCABS, SNOWY RED, THE CHAMELEONS, THE FEELIES, THE MISSION, THE SOUND, XYMOX ...