- United Kingdom
- Originally formed in 1974 the four members of Black Lace from 1976 to 1981 were Steve Scholey (lead vocals), Alan Barton (backing vocals and guitar), Colin Gibb (born Colin Routh) (bass) and Terry Dobson – (drums). The band first came to the public eye after being selected to represent the UK in the 1979 Eurovision Song Contest, in which they finished seventh with the song Mary Ann . With numerous line-up changes Black Lace went on to have success with novelty party anthems such as "Superman" and "Do the Conga".
- Member of
The Crowd [GB] (1985)
Popular Covers by Black Lace
Released on Party Party 2 (1985)