The spot of lead guitar was temporarily filled by Jason Stevens for the Committed tour, during which bassist and original member Stephen Mears left the band to join the Navy. Mears was replaced by Brian White, and after the tour, Stevens was replaced by Margret Heater member Jasan Stepp as lead guitarist. Rotten Records, Adultery and Hiatus (2005–2007). Guitarist Jasan Stepp performing with DFD at Fletchers Bar in Baltimore, Maryland. The members of Dog Fashion Disco hugging after performing their final song.
Stella Adler Academy of Acting & Theatre - Los Angeles.
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By chance, they asked former member John Ensminger to show up to drum for them; Ensminger then became the drummer on the album, completing the lineup.
Todd Smith Jasan Stepp Brian White John Ensminger. Mike Oliver David Cullen Scott Radway. Their debut album, Purgatory Dance Party, was released via internet pre-sales on November 17, 2007, with a street date of November 27, 2007. During the tours for Purgatory Dance Party, Dave Cullen was brought on as the band's full-time bassist, and in 2010, Scott Radway became the full-time live drummer. Sex Offender & Subsequent Tours.
Todd Smith (musician). For the musician in Selah, see Todd Smith (singer). Background information. Smith has also released 3 solo album under the moniker El-Creepo! The first album was released in 2009 and was aptly titled El-Creepo!. The project is stylistically quite different from his work in other bands, favoring acoustic guitars and light harmonies. Smith began writing and recording a new El-Creepo! album with Polkadot Cadaver drummer Scott Radway in March 2012. The second solo album, Aloha was released November 13, 2012. The third and most recent album titled Bellissimo! was released January 1, 2016.
and Stone Temple Pilots. In early 2001, the band marked its debut with Anarchists of Good Taste on Spitfire Records. Shortly after the release of their sixth album, Adultery, in 2006, Dog Fashion Disco announced they were breaking up. In the wake of the group's dissolution, Smith went on to form a number of side projects with former bandmembers, including Polkadot Cadaver, Knives Out!, and El-Creepo!