>> Hashing it out with the Afghan Whigs by ADAM GOLLNER Montreal Mirror
Indiana Daily Student Whigs keep grunge alive, kickin 3.5 Stars Reviewed by Austin Considine
Afghan Whigs CMJ Music Festival in New York City November 4, 1998 Written by Kirsten Hansen http://www.concertdirect.com
Alternative Press #124 Wiretapping Contrary to popular belief, it wasnít cigarettes, whiskey and wild women that sidetracked the AFGHAN WHIGS. STEVEN CHEAN kicks trash down frontman Greg Dulliís street.
From THE ROCKET (now defunct Seattle Music Mag – November 1998) By Christopher Phillips Transcribed by jcwean (thanks!)
Our hometown grunge stars never forgot they were ‘from Cincinnati’ TRIBUTE BY MIKE BREEN Cincinnati Entertainment Awards Hall of Fame Inductees 1998
YANKEE DULLI DANDY Depression. A broken heart. Heroin. A dodgy turn. It’s been a tough couple of years for The Afghan Whigs’ Greg Dulli. But things are most certainly looking up for our Greg and he’s got the album to prove it!
John Curley / Afghan Whigs, 1965- Chris Hill You have to admire the nerve of a guy who records his lovemaking, titles a 23 second excerpt “Sweet Son of a Bitch”, and puts it on an album which should be in a million teenage stockings on Christmas morn. But that’s Greg Dulli – rogue and auteur – guiding force of a band (Afghan Whigs) with a potentially platinum new album ( 1965 ).
MTV News Dial-a-Decade retro moves don’t come much more straightforward than the title of the Afghan Whigs new album, “1965,” the follow-up to the band’s 1996 record, “Black Love,” and its first as part of a new deal with Columbia Records.
Something Hot: The Afghan Whigs are straight-up soul fans interested in sexual healing and whispered pleas. One long sexy groove makes ‘1965’ a treat for Afghan Whigs fanatics -Metroactive