Dan Mangan

After a two-year hiatus, an induction into fatherhood, and some time to regroup, two-time Juno Award-winner Dan Mangan has returned as Dan Mangan + Blacksmith. Their new album Club Meds is available now. You can follow Dan on Twitter here.


RT @novascotiamusic: Got a sore throat. Alerted folks I’d seen in the past 48 hrs. Everybody appreciated the alert. Booked a test at 7:15am…

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Dan Mangan (born Daniel Mangan in Vancouver on April 28, 1983) is a Canadian indie folk-rock singer-songwriter. He has done U.S. tours with The Walkmen, Decemberists and Okkervil River. In Europe he has performed twice at the Glastonbury Festival. In 2010 he gained a Polaris Music Prize short list nomination for his sophomore album Nice, Nice Very Nice. At the 2012 Juno Awards, Mangan was awarded New Artist of the Year and Alternative Album of the Year for Oh Fortune, and was also nominated for Songwriter of the Year for "About as Helpful As You Can Be Without Being Any Help at All", "Post-War Blues" and "Oh Fortune" and Video of the Year for the music video for "Rows of Houses" (directed by Jon Busby). Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.


Dan Mangan Talks Dengue Fever’s The Deepest Lake

By Dan Mangan | March 12, 2015

Dan Mangan Talks Dengue Fever’s The Deepest Lake

A busy dad finds time on his flight to catch up with Dengue Fever.