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Nané ‘Pink Jag’ : Inherent power of the female form. Encourages and delights with each palpable beating groove.

Nané / Photo: Gunnar Widowski

This song highlights that the “inherent power of the female form, and how vulnerable man becomes in the grips of passion… Women wear the crown, and everything else bows beneath them.”

Lead singer Daniel Sahad wonderfully explained: “I think we’re conditioned to pursue love. Sometimes we find it in the wrong place, but even the wrongest of places have something to celebrate.”

Nané came together in Daniel’s back house (with the sight of a structurally unsound stripper pole that the band assumes will survive until the end of time) and led to the impeccable union of Ian Green (guitar), Scott McIntyre (bass), Brady Knippa (drums), and JaRon Marshall (keys). Called Nané as a term of endearment by his family in the Dominican Republic, Daniel determined the band’s name with a communal approach in mind – when you call him (and his band) Nané.

Ripe and rife with respect and admiration, ‘Pink Jag’ cultivates and nurtures the undeniable attraction between the two sexes. An admittance of such passions is the be all, end all when it comes to such attractions, and Nané’s pursuasive bop, encourages and delights with each palpable beating groove.

Live show fun, indeed.

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