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Birth name  Paul Cafaro
Movies  Loren Cass
Role  Singer
Name  Blag Dahlia
Instruments  Vocals

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Also known as  Blag Dahlia Blag Jesus Blag Stallion Blag the Ripper Earl Lee Grace Julius Seizure
Born  May 8, 1966 (age 49) Highland Park, Illinois, United States (1966-05-08)
Occupation(s)  Singer, musician, producer, author
Labels  Thick Syrup Records, SubPop, Sympathy for the Record Industry, Epitaph
Associated acts  Dwarves, Mondo Generator, The Uncontrollable, Penetration Moon, Suburban Nightmare, Candy Now!
Albums  Blackgrass, Blood Guts & Pussy
Music groups  Dwarves, The Uncontrollable
Genres  Punk rock, Hardcore punk, Garage punk, Acoustic music, Bluegrass
Similar People  Nick Oliveri, HeWhoCannotBeNamed, Andy Tielman, Angelina Moysov, Bruce Pavitt
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Paul Cafaro (born May 8, 1966), better known by the stage name Blag Dahlia, is an American singer, musician, producer, and author. He is best known as the vocalist for punk band Dwarves.

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Music

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Dahlia is best known as the front-man of Dwarves, a punk rock band. With the Dwarves, he has written and produced 10 full-length records over a span of 24 years. He has produced albums by Mondo Generator, Dwarves, F.Y.P, Jon Cougar Concentration Camp, Swingin' Utters, and The God Awfuls. He also released solo material as Blag Dahlia and under one of his other aliases, Earl Lee Grace. Blackgrass (1995), a 13-song LP of bluegrass songs, was released on the Sympathy for the Record Industry label using a backing band of real bluegrass musicians. He started an acoustic duo with Nick Oliveri, The Uncontrollables. He narrated the opening score on Last Day of School by Autopsy Boys. In 1999, he sang "Doing the Sponge" in the SpongeBob SquarePants episode "The Chaperone".

Films

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Two songs recorded by Dahlia were on the soundtrack to A. W. Feidler's short film The Job (1997). In 2001, Dahlia performed "Zine-O-Phobia Music" for the Ghost World soundtrack. Dahlia appears in a mock snuff film entitled Misogynist: The Movie (2003). The Dwarves song "Massacre", which Dahlia wrote, was on the soundtrack to the 2006 film Hostel. He also narrated Chris Fuller's 2007 Gotham Award-nominated independent film Loren Cass.

Writing

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Dahlia has authored two novels, Armed to the Teeth With Lipstick (1998) and Nina (2006).

Controversy

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In 2004, Dahlia was involved in an altercation with Josh Homme at an L.A. club, after which Homme was arrested for assault. Upon pleading no contest, Homme was ordered to remain at least 100 yards (91.44 meters) away from Dahlia and the club, was sentenced to three years' probation with community service, and was forced to enter a rehab program for 60 days.

Solo discography

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  • "Let's Take a Ride" / "Lord of the Road" 7" (1994), Sympathy for the Record Industry
  • "Doing the Sponge" (1999), SpongeBob SquarePants
  • Venus With Arms CD (1995), Atavistic
  • Blackgrass CD album (1995), Sympathy for the Record Industry – released under the name Earl Lee Grace
  • "Haunt Me" / "Let's Take a Ride" 7" (1996), Man's Ruin
  • References

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