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Force of Feeling

After the break up of his influential band, the Afghan Whigs, and a long break from music, Greg Dulli has a new album. But, as he tells Nick Cowen, he had to overcome personal tragedy to finish it. Originally published in

Blackberry Belle – Indie Workshop

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Twilight Years: Billboard

Edited By Barry A. Jeckell The moody hard rock of the Afghan Whigs could be as misogynistic as it was masochistic, with lead singer Greg Dulli hating himself a little more with each passing seduction. When the Whigs disbanded and Dulli emerged with the Twilight Singers, the line between love and hate was obscured by the group’s electronic-infused rock ballads, which bled like a Motown review in a seedy nightclub.

Madrigals At Twilight Updated 08:46 PDT Sun, Oct 19 2003 Former Afghan Whigs mastermind Greg Dulli is taking his new group, The Twilight Singers, out on a walk this winter.

Fear and Loathing in Los Angeles

An interview with Greg Dulli & The Twilight Singers Tiny Mixtapes by Jean-Pierre

Dulli Melds Real, Surreal

by Rick Bird Cincinnati Post When an album begins with the sinister lyrics “Black out the windows/It’s party time/You know how I love stormy weather/So let’s all play suicide,” you know it must be another wild, hedonistic ride with Greg Dulli.

Shake Your Black Love

Following The Afghan Whigs’ amicable breakup, Greg Dulli drowned his sorrows by tending bar and tending to his life. Then a small earthquake hit Los Angeles and Dulli was jolted back into action, prompting a writing spree that he’d never experienced before. Adam Lauridsen caught up with rock’s coolest player and talked with him about first kisses, moving plates and the new Twilight Singers record. Photo by Chris Cuffaro From DIW Magazine, Issue 5.3 The subscription version contains a 7″ single with the unreleased Twilght…

FHM Sept 03

As frontman for Cincinnatiís Afghan Whigs, Greg Dulli personified the soulful storyteller with an undercurrent of dark humor. Six albums worth of stylish debonair rock led to an altogether friendly break up, with Dulli regrouping and collaborating with various musicians to create the Twilight Singers, whose new album Blackberry Belle serves as a lush extension of the Whigs’ end direction. Greg sat down with Kris Chen to discuss favorite records, cover songs, and the definitive statement on Tupac. Currently at FHM, not yet archived.

Twilight Singers Squeeze ‘Blackberry’

Nearly two-and-a-half years into his post-Afghan Whigs career, singer/songwriter Greg Dulli tells that working under the moniker of the Twilight Singers offers the perfect blend of freedom within a band mindset. The act will release its second album, “Blackberry Belle,” Oct. 14 via Birdman/One Little Indian.

Blackberry Belle Preview Dulli Reveals Details of Second Twilight Singers LP Dickbrain not so invasive since the Paxil kicked in – Marnie Christenson

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