Twilight Singers front man talks movies

Dulli sticking with his Twilight Singers project

By ED CONDRAN PhillyBurbs.com When Greg Dulli came up with the Twilight Singers concept a decade ago, it was modeled after the Golden Palominos. “I just wanted to do what Anton Fier did with the Golden Palominos,” Dulli says while calling from New Orleans. “It was about one guy, me, being surrounded by different players.” Read more at PhillyBurbs.com

Greg Dulli’s vision shines through

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review By Rege Behe Greg Dulli knows what’s coming. In every interview and every review of his work with the Twilight Singers, one theme is mentioned: Darkness. While the music never will be mistaken for sun-splashed pop, Dulli isn’t writing funeral dirges, either. Does it bother him?

Greg Dulli is Plugged in, Ready to Rock

By GLENN GAMBOA Newsday.com Greg Dulli has a band again. The former front man of ’90s alternative rock heroes The Afghan Whigs has always kept his current project The Twilight Singers as more of a loose collaboration, where members — who have included everyone from the Lo-Fidelity All-Stars and Screaming Trees ‘ Mark Lanegan to Joseph Arthur and Ani DiFranco — come and go as needed. But for The Twilight Singers’ fifth studio album, “Dynamite Steps” (Sub Pop), Dulli ended up doing something different. “It…

Daily Times – Show of the Week

The Daily Times By MICHAEL CHRISTOPHER Greg Dulli has been on the road seemingly non-stop over the past couple years. First, it was alongside Mark Lanegan in The Gutter Twins and more recently on last year’s stripped down solo acoustic tour that spanned his career from the days with ‘90s alt-rock superheroes The Afghan Whigs up until the present, performing tracks from his then forthcoming Twilight Singers effort “Dynamite Steps,” which he will showcase Tuesday at The Trocadero. “Honestly, I didn’t play in an electric…

Greg Dulli’s ever-maturing confidence – Philly.com

Grooving from the gut. By Michael Pollock Philly.com Greg Dulli does not lack self-esteem. “I’ve always been confident when it comes to the music I do,” Dulli said from Los Angeles, where he lives part-time. “If I can’t present it with confidence, I can’t expect you to receive it with confidence. But I think now I have a bit of wisdom to go with the confidence.”

A Big Something – Newsobserver

Newsobserver.com By Ed Condran When Greg Dulli came up with the Twilight Singers concept a decade ago, it was modeled after the Golden Palominos. “I just wanted to do what Anton Fier did with the Golden Palominos,” Dulli says in a call from New Orleans. “It was about one guy, me, being surrounded by different players.”

Oxford Preview at The Daily Mississippian

Read the Entire Article at thedmonline.com The world falls silent when a rock star enters a room. A raspy, sultry voice that can fill auditoriums turns crowds into chaos. Men want to be one. Women want to sleep with one. A rock star never goes unnoticed. But few musicians ever achieve actual rock star status. Fortunately for Oxford, Greg Dulli is there.

Greg Dulli keeps his peace in the Twilight Singers

Boston Phoenix by Michael Christopher Full Article One of the most widely circulated Afghan Whigs bootlegs, from our own Paradise in May 1994, has the iconic alt-rock foursome busting out a loose and rollicking version of New Order’s “Regret.” It was one of those rare unexpected moments during a live gig that felt genuine and unplanned and made for a legendary show. This Wednesday, 17 years later almost to the day, Greg Dulli returns to the scene of the crime with the Twilight Singers, a…

Greg Dulli at MTVHive

Do you ever miss playing music with the Afghan Whigs? If you’re asking if I miss playing in the Afghan Whigs, no. It was a great thing … I loved it, and I loved the guys and we had a great time. But we laid that sword down a long time ago. Continue Reading at MTV Hive

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