Stone Coldest Fox of 2012: Dion Lunadon

As we know, I'm a gal that's pretty fashionably late when it comes to year-end wrap-ups. To kick off my Best Ofs from 2012, I figured I'd go ahead and start with my very favorite category, Stone Coldest Fox.

Once again, I had to really pontificate over just who would win this coveted title. Let's revisit my criteria for just how I get down to selecting this gentleman: He's got to be knee-weakeningly sexy (check), give off kind of a dangerous, bad in such a very good way vibe (check), and play whatever instrument he happens to call home with such passionate abandon that you can't help but be irrevocably drawn in while he's playing (check). 

Bearing those things in mind, it should be obvious that I came to the conclusion that I did. Dion Lunadon, of my beloved, noisily beautiful A Place to Bury Strangers, had this thing in the bag. What can I say, y'all? The man looks good in a strobe light. Not only that, but he's got a way with that bass. He also looks a whole lot like an ex, but that's a story for another day. Trust me, Stone Coldest Fox of 2012 is a well-deserved title for Mr. Lunadon.

mp3: So Far Away (A Place to Bury Strangers from the Onwards to the Wall EP)

{photo by Glen Brown}   


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