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A bout of the “Post-War Blues” with Dan Mangan

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Freshly-minted Juno winner (New Artist of the Year and Alternative Album of the Year), Dan Mangan is riding a tidal wave of success. Once a struggling singer-songwriter slinging compliments for tips in a rural West Coast pub, Mangan has taken the Canadian scene by storm since the release of the infectious Oh Fortune. The anthemic anti-war number “Post-War Blues” is the second single from the album, and the first to see light since Mangan, in a night, became a household name in Canada for years to come.

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