After finishing a short December tour of the west coast...the future for Dag Nasty is unclear. There was talk of playing Denver in February 2018, but that is not happening at this point. Let's hope the new year brings us some shows though, and maybe even some new tunes.
In related news, Dave Smalley has a new band that's sounding pretty awesome so far. Check out Don't Sleep.
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On May 20 of 2016, Dischord released a new 2-song single by Dag Nasty. For this session, the band returned to its original lineup — guitarist Brian Baker, singer Shawn Brown, bassist Roger Marbury, and drummer Colin Sears. The songs were recorded in December of 2015 at Inner Ear Studios with Don Zientara and Ian MacKaye. These 2 songs mark the first time that this lineup has been in the studio together since October 1985, more than 30 years ago.
Dag Nasty just finished a mini-tour on the west coast, but it is unclear if there will be any shows in 2018. We don’t want Dag fans to be confused though, the band will not be playing in Denver in February, despite what was announced earlier this year.
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Since 1985, Dag Nasty has pushed the sound of melodic hardcore in many directions, due in part to its rotation of 3 uniquely different vocalists — Shawn Brown, Dave Smalley, and Peter Cortner. Here's the back story to the band and all those involved.
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A comprehensive list of everything that has been released by Dag Nasty, along with lyrics and downloads to many of their tracks.
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