Watch the band perform songs from its entire career at the 2012 Primavera Sound Festival. Includes “Crazy”.
Denver and Minneapolis pre-sales begin tomorrow. Tickets for the remaining shows are available now. Click to view dates and get links.
Get the fan-only link and password for the June 12th presale.
Greg Dulli will co-host Sirius XMU from 5-6 PM EST every day this week. You can tune in at Sirius 35.
“I’m gonna play rock & roll with my friends this summer, and if it leads to something else that’s what will happen.” Read more: http://www.rollingstone.com/music/videos/afghan-whigs-on-their-reunion-tour-broken-promises-20120530#ixzz1wMtW81T7
The Summerskiss.com review of the Afghan Whigs’ triumphant return in New York City.
Watch The Afghan Whigs perform at Pinkpop 2012. “When We Two Parted” and “66”.
The Afghan Whigs made their triumphant return with a show on May 23rd, 2012 at Bowery Ballroom in New York City. Reviews below. NPR: Songs of Love Gone Wrong, Done Right The Afghan Whigs feel relevant now in ways that some of their peers cannot. It’s because of what they do musically, and how Dulli rides the band’s blend of R&B insinuation, hip-hop cool and hard rock invasiveness into corners of experience where few rockers of his generation have rested. Hollywood Reporter: The Afghan Whigs…
The first new recording from the Afghan Whigs in over five years was released this morning, and is currently streaming live at Rollingstone.com. The single will also be released to radio outlets. “See and Don’t See” is a cover of a song originally recorded by Marie “Queenie” Lyons in 1970. You can stream the original at Youtube. The song will be made available for free download at noon via theafghanwhigs.com and Facebook.
Village Voice offered a preview of the upcoming New York shows with an overview of the Afghan Whigs reunion and a few new quotes from Greg Dulli. “I felt connected to that person, I did. In a lot of ways, [revisiting the back catalog] was emotional anthropology,” Dulli says. “You’re going back and examining someone who used to live and breathe and feel those stories.” Read the article