The Luxury
The Luxury The Luxury began playing in the summer of 2005, quick on the heels of Jason Dunn's dissolving of his previous group, The Halogens. The group built upon the legacy of that band, headlining major Boston clubs from their inception and releasing the critically acclaimed "This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things" in February 2007.

The album went straight to the CMJ charts upon its distribution in April of 2007, debuting as the 13th most added disc in the nation, a clear statement that this is music that people want to hear. In Boston, the group continues to put together some of the best shows in the area with the very best of Boston's huge talent pool and fill clubs accordingly, and Dunn has been nominated Best Vocalist a total of 4 times, by the Boston Phoenix, WBZ-TV, and The Noise.