Greg Dulli Sells His Soul (Music, That Is) CityBeat, Vol. 4, Issue 46; October 8-14, 1998 Frontman Greg Dulli discusses the troubled past, confident present and promising future of quasi-Cincinnati band The Afghan Whigs as the world awaits their new album INTERVIEW BY DAVID SIMUTIS
SO THEY WANNA BE ROCK ‘N ROLL STARS? With a new record and a new label, the Afghan Whigs are excited about the future, but leader Greg Dulli can’t forget the past
Who Stole the Soul? Afghan Whigs lead singer Greg Dulli discusses his music’s evolution and his own lack of public relations skills. David Peisner Well Rounded
By Lissa Townsend Rodgers CitySearch.com Staff
BY LARRY NAGER The Cincinnati Enquirer
Afghan Whigs Party Like It’s 1965 Greg Dulli leads a decent life. His band, the Afghan Whigs, has always been critically acclaimed, if not appreciated at the cash register, but Dulli knows that that’s not the most important thing in life. “Superduper superstardom is not what I’m shooting for,” he tells Wall of Sound. “About five years ago, I looked at my life, and I found I was with the people I wanted to be professionally linked with, i.e., my band members, and I was…
Published in Kerrang! Wednesday August 26 After 11 years together, The Afghan Whigs still haven’t become as big as their mainman Greg Dulli’s frequently remarkable songs should have made them. Next month they’ll try again with a new album ‘1965’, but this time Dulli has made his masterpiece. The feeling around the Whigs right now is that their moment has finally come.
With less than two months until the release of their Columbia debut, 1965, the buzz is starting to build for the new Afghan Whigs record, their first release in two and a half years and the sixth full- length album of their 11-year career.
Interview with Greg Dulli Melody Maker August 1998 The Afghan Whigs return to action with a new album and a Main Stage appearance at the Reading festival.
Interview Magazine October 1996 Greg interviews Cleveland Indians pitcher Jack McDowell.