Iyall became the group's singer and also began incorporating music into her own poetry and performance art projects, drafting Frank Zincavage, a sculptor who also played bass and electronic drums, as her work partner. Iyall, Zincavage, Woods, and Derrah formed Romeo Void on Valentine's Day 1979. Iyall has said that the name, meaning "a lack of romance," was inspired by a headline on the cover of a local magazine that read "Why single women can't get laid in San Francisco." After the demise of Romeo Void, Debora Iyall put together and sang in the groups Knife In Water and Lower East Venus. She also recorded one solo album, 1986's Strange Language, then returned to her previous career as a poet, artist, and teacher. Her new releases can be heard at: http://www.reverbnation.com/deboraiyall/ Read more on Last.fm.
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