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Is Johnny Craig back in Dance Gavin Dance?

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Yes, Johnny Craig is the clean vocals singer for the band Dance Gavin Dance.

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Dance Gavin Dance is a post-hardcore band formed in Sacramento, California in 2005.

The band is well known for their relatively frequent lineup changes, which, most notably, involves a fluctuating lineup of clean and unclean vocalists, both on tour and on record. Dance Gavin Dance incorporates many different musical genres into their palette, such as screamo, funk, and soul on top of its post-hardcore sound. Ex-vocalist Jonny Craig also received high marks for contributing to the band's unorthodox soul sound and guitarist Will Swan has been recognized for his intricate, fast-moving guitar licks and riffs.

John Thomas Alexis Craig (April 25, 1926 – September 13, 2001), better known as Johnny Craig, was an American comic book artist notable for his work with the influential EC Comics line of the 1950s. He sometimes used the pseudonyms Jay Taycee and F. C. Aljohn.

Born in Pleasantville, New York, Craig studied at the Art Students League of New York. While attending classes, he began working in 1940 as an assistant of Harry Lampert, co-creator of All-American Comics' Golden Age superhero the Flash. The following year, after Lampert was drafted to serve to World War II, All-American editor Sheldon Mayer kept Craig on as an art department assistant, giving him progressively more responsible art duties. Between 1943 and 1945, Craig served in the Merchant Marines and the U.S. Army.

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Downtown Battle Mountain is the debut studio album by American post-hardcore band Dance Gavin Dance, released on May 15, 2007. According to an interview with vocalist Jonathan Mess, the album took its name from Battle Mountain, Nevada which the band visited while the album was being written. It was produced by Kris Crummett, who mastered their EP Whatever I Say Is Royal Ocean. The songs "And I Told Them I Invented Times New Roman", "Lemon Meringue Tie" and "The Backwards Pumpkin Song" were released on February 22, 2007 on the band's MySpace, and "Open Your Eyes and Look North" was released on their PureVolume site. This was the last Dance Gavin Dance album to have Sean O'Sullivan on guitar, and the only full length album to have Jonny Craig on vocals, until his rejoining in 2010.

A sequel to the album, entitled Downtown Battle Mountain II, was released on March 8, 2011.

Kurt Thomas Travis (born January 16, 1984) is an American singer, musician, and songwriter best known as the former vocalist of the band Dance Gavin Dance and current vocalist for the band A Lot Like Birds. Shortly following A Lot Like Birds's release, Conversation Piece in October 2011, Travis also released a solo EP, on which he wrote and performed all of the material. The record, entitled Wha Happen?, was released by Doghouse Records in January 2012.

Dance Gavin Dance is a post-hardcore band formed in Sacramento, California in 2005.

The band is well known for their relatively frequent lineup changes, which, most notably, involves a fluctuating lineup of clean and unclean vocalists, both on tour and on record. Dance Gavin Dance incorporates many different musical genres into their palette, such as screamo, funk, and soul on top of its post-hardcore sound. Ex-vocalist Jonny Craig also received high marks for contributing to the band's unorthodox soul sound and guitarist Will Swan has been recognized for his intricate, fast-moving guitar licks and riffs.

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