Greg Dulli – Q Magazine Maverick

Greg Dulli interview/feature in the March 29th issue of Q Magazine (Q298) He fought the grunge wars in a suit, has been the voice of John Lennon and lost half a decade in a blizzard of cocaine. Today the ex-Afghan Whigs frontman and current leader of The Twilight Singers is “back from the jungle, baby!” Download the article as PDF

Whig Out – Classic Rock Magazine

Click on the images to enlarge. Great quotes from Duff McKagan as well.

Dulli Interview: Rip It Up

Another great Greg Dulli interview in the March 3, 2011 issue of Australian magazine Rip It Up. Download the PDF Rip It Up issue 1126 – Thursday March 3, 2011

Spin in the studio with The Twilight Singers

via Spin.com Greg Dulli is a happy man these days. Even the guy known for crafting some of the darkest, fuck-the-universe rock’n’roll of the past 20 years (with the Afghan Whigs, the Twilight Singers, and the Gutter Twins) can’t resist the infectious euphoria of his adopted hometown of New Orleans, where the Saints Super Bowl triumph is still reason to celebrate — and Mardi Gras is in full swing.

Down the Line – The Singles File

The Singles File – washingtonpost.com Twilight Singers: “Down the Line (Live)” Anyone who’s heard Jose Gonzalez strip Massive Attack’s “Teardrop” down to a gorgeous skeleton of a song should appreciate the inverse switcheroo Greg Dulli pulls off here. Adding strings, pianos and a rumbling drumbeat, the former Afghan Whigs yowler inflates Gonz¿lez’s nimble tune into something beautifully bloated.

Cheese on Toast Interview

Cheese on Toast by Matthew Crawley On the 11 th of January, Auckland will be treated to a historic first: Greg Dulli – formerly of soul-ternative cult group the Afghan Whigs – and his latest gang of misfits The Twilight Singers are coming to town. With a lineup that features Mark Lanegan (Screaming Trees, Queens of the Stone Age…), this is sure to be a holy occasion. The Afghan Whigs never made it to New Zealand, why come now? “I don’t really like to fly,…

Relix Magazine Spotlight

Spotlight on Greg Dulli / Twilight Singers. Relix Magazine, February 2007. Download PDF

Brisbane 07 Review: Rave

Rave Magazine – Gig Reviews The Twilight Singers’ roadie distributes white towels and water across the stage, being sure the break the annoying safety seals on the latter. The Zoo is comfortably full for the final show of the Twilight Singers’ Australian Tour, and Greg Dulli declares he’s going to make it count. The five-piece play their dark and gritty pop rock with an avid professionalism I’ve not witnessed since Radiohead played Sydney Entertainment Centre. Dulli manages somehow to smoke, sing and play guitar without…

Brisbane 07 Review

Time Off [...] But it’s The Twilight Singers that people are here to see tonight – or their frontman Greg Dulli at any rate, who has a surfeit of fans left over from his days fronting the seminal Afghan Whigs, and who is on his first visit to Australia. From the first notes of opener ‘Towards The Waves’ his powerful and distinctive voice cuts through the room like a knife. The five-piece ensemble are solid, but it’s Dulli who demands attention as he moves onto…

The Twilight Singers Prince of Wales Review

FasterLouder.com.au: Event Reviews: The Twilight Singers, Gersey @ Prince of Wales, St Kilda (12/1/2007) After what seemed like an eternity in waiting, Greg Dulli finally performed his first show in Australia this evening. With what has become the closest the band had to a permanent roster since Dulli first started the project, The Twilight Singers played a close to two hour set that featured a good mix of songs from their four studio albums as well as recent EP, A Stich in Time. It was…

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