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Jason McCaslin

Jason McCaslin

Jason Paul "Cone" McCaslin (born September 3, 1980, in North York, Toronto) is a Canadian musician. He is the bass guitarist and backing vocalist of punk rock band Sum 41. He joined the band in November 1998. Sum 41 was signed by Island Records about a year after he joined. McCaslin began playing bass at the age of 14, as a member of a grunge garage band called Second Opinion. He is of half-Irish, half-Swedish descent.. He co-created the Garage punk/rock side project The Operation M.D., with Todd Morse (of H2O), in which he is known under the name Dr. Dynamite. He plays bass and a bunch of other random instruments on the songs including lead vocals on a few tracks on both albums. The 1st album "We Have An Emergency" was released in Canada and Japan only in 2007. Operation M.D. then released their second album "Birds + Bee Stings" world wide in late 2010 on their own label "Mouth To Mouth Music". He has also acted in many Sum 41 short films. For example, in "Basketball Butcher", he gets beaten up, killed and eaten by Steve Jocz due to beating him at basketball. He also played Dante the drug dealer in "1-800-Justice". He recently helped produce an album with Shelter With Thieves, a Canadian band from Halifax. The EP, entitled Confessions of a Toxic Generation, was nominated for 2 Nova Scotia Music Awards, for Group Recording and also Loud Recording. The band eventually won the Loud Recording award for the EP.. In December 2009, Cone was also producing 5 songs for a new album by Canadian piano rock band The Greatest Invention (Formally - Credible Witness). Then in 2010 he began producing 3 songs for 7 Piece Blue grass/Folk/Indie band The Strumbellas. In Sept. 2011 he was asked to produce the rest of the album. The album is now completed and called "My Father And The Hunter". It was released on February 21st 2012....
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