Afghan Whigs inspire hysteria – Arts By Jeff Randall When I was a kid – say about 12 or 13 years old – about the only music I would listen to was Beatles music. My dad, ’60s pop aficionado that he was, had every Beatles album on vinyl; and I used to sit for hours, listening to “Revolver,” “Rubber Soul,” “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band,” “Abbey Road” (“Abbey Road” was the best) and all the rest of those magnificent works of art. I guess…
Greg Dulli led the Afghan Whigs in an amazing performance at Clutch Cargo’s. By Lucas Rakocija For the Michigan Daily
The Metro in Chicao, IL November 12, 1998 Written by Jeff Keele
Flyer printed on canary paper stock. Pontiac, MI
Now Toronto By KIM HUGHES Sooner or later, the city of New Orleans and Afghan Whigs leader Greg Dulli were bound to collide.
The Afghan Whigs keep burning by Matt Ashare Afghan Whigs The tense sizzle of a struck match is the scene-setting sound that punctuates the start of 1965, the seventh album from the Afghan Whigs, and their first since leaving Elektra for Columbia. As far as I know, the last person to employ that little device was Lou Reed, whose 1978 live disc Take No Prisoners (Arista) opened with the sound of a cigarette being lit, fair warning that rock’s poet laureate had commenced blowing smoke…
>> Hashing it out with the Afghan Whigs by ADAM GOLLNER Montreal Mirror
Indiana Daily Student Whigs keep grunge alive, kickin 3.5 Stars Reviewed by Austin Considine
Afghan Whigs CMJ Music Festival in New York City November 4, 1998 Written by Kirsten Hansen http://www.concertdirect.com
Alternative Press #124 Wiretapping Contrary to popular belief, it wasnít cigarettes, whiskey and wild women that sidetracked the AFGHAN WHIGS. STEVEN CHEAN kicks trash down frontman Greg Dulliís street.