Dirty Sweet was an american rock band formed in the fall of 2003 in San Diego, USA. Just months after their formation the band toured as main support for Jimmy Eat World and made headlines in the British music magazine NME. Later they won the award for “best new rock and roll band” at the 2005 San Diego Music Award and released their debut album, …Of Monarchs and Beggars, in 2007.

The band split up in 2011, but will be back in 2015.

Discography: …Of Monarchs and Beggars (Seedling Records, 2007) & American Spiritual (Acetate Records, 2010)

Ryan Koontz (vocals)
Nathan Beale (guitar, vocals)
Shaun Cornell (bass, keys, vocals)
Chris Mendez-Vanacore (drums, vocals)
Mark Murino (guitar)


Edited by Rolf024 on 10 Oct 2014, 11:42

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Formed in
  • 2003
Split in
  • 2011
Reformed in
  • 2015
Founded in
  • San Diego, USA
Band Members
  • Ryan Koontz   (2003 - )
  • Nathan Beale   (2003 - )
  • Shaun Cornell   (2003 - )
  • Chris Mendez-Vanacore   (2003 - )
  • Mark Murino   (2003 - )
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