Mark Lanegan Covers Twilight Singers on “Imitations”

Mark Lanegan covers “Deepest Shade” on upcoming Vagrant Records release, Imitations.

The Twilight Singers to Perform Blackberry Belle in SF

One Night Only Great American Music Hall San Francisco CA Saturday, September 17th 2011 Tickets On Sale This Sunday At 10AM July 18, 2011 – SEATTLE, WA – Originally booked as a make up show for an earlier cancelled date, The Twilight Singers will turn the last night of their Dynamite Steps tour into a special event by performing their revered second album Blackberry Belle in its entirety. The show will take place on September 17th in San Francisco at Great American Music Hall. Tickets…

Mark Lanegan Acoustic Tour Dates

Mark will be joined by Twilight Singers guitarist Dave Rosser. 20/04/10 Utrecht – Helling 21/04/10 Eindhoven – Effennar 23/04/10 Bristol – Academy 2 24/04/10 Leeds – Brudenell Social Club 25/04/10 Manchester – Academy 3 26/04/10 Glasgow – Oran Mor 28/04/10 Belfast – Empire 29/04/10 Dublin – Academy 2 30/04/10 Galway – Roisin Dubh 02/05/10 Wolverhampton – Slade Rooms 03/05/10 Nottingham – Rescue Rooms 04/05/10 London – Garage 06/05/10 Brussels – Ancienne Belgique 07/05/10 Cologne – Luxor 08/05/10 Hamburg – Uebel & Gefaehrlich 09/05/10 Berlin –…

The Age Interviews Mark Lanegan

The Age: From the Gutter to the Bars MARK Lanegan has one of the most in-demand voices in music. Since his band Screaming Trees disbanded in 2000, he has collaborated with Queens of the Stone Age, Creature with the Atom Brain, Bomb the Bass and Soulsavers. Belle and Sebastian singer Isobel Campbell, Melissa Auf der Maur and Martina Topley Bird are some of the female singers who have weaved their voices with his deep caramel baritone. His most recent muse has been his old friend…

The Big Issue in the North – Afghan Whigs Tribute Review

From the June 29-July 5 issue of The Big Issue in the North Summer’s Kiss: A Tribute to the Afghan Whigs Buy Now 4/5 Stars Coming up alongside Nirvana, Pearl Jam and Mudhoney, the Afghan Whigs stood apart as a rock band with an appreciation for soul and Motown. This tribute album features some big names alongside lesser known artists. Capturing the early, frenzied melodies from album Up in It, Sweden’s Sounds Like Violence do a rapturous version of Sammy. Mark Lanegan adds an even…

Dulli/Lanegan São Paolo Setlist

An Evening with Greg Dulli and Mark Lanegan July 1, 2009 – Bourbon Street Music Club, São Paolo, Brazil Thanks to Andre for assembling and notating the setlist – 01 – Gutter Twins – The Body [from: Saturnalia (2008)] 02 – Gutter Twins – God’s Children [from: Saturnalia (2008)] 03 – Gutter Twins – The Stations [from: Saturnalia (2008)] 04 – Afghan Whigs – If I Were Going [from: Gentlemen (1993)] 05 – Screaming Trees – Sworn and Broken [from: Dust (1996)] 06 – Gutter…

Clash Music – Afghan Whigs Tribute Review

Clash Music Reviews Summer’s Kiss: A Tribute to the Afghan Whigs Rating: 7/10 Although they made five critically acclaimed and genre-defying albums, Cincinnati’s Afghan Whigs were another one of those bands that never received the widespread adoration they deserved. Too soulful and cinematic to ride the coattails of grunge, Greg Dulli and his band eventually split up in 2001 leaving a collection of raw, sexy and sinister music behind, only for critics to retrospectively slot them into Top 100 lists. Now the website dedicated to…

Ours’ Frontman To Open For Dulli, Lanegan

Via PlugInMusic.com Ours main man Jimmy Gnecco has announced he’ll be opening for Greg Dulli and Mark Lanegan in July on a quick tour of Europe. Like Dulli and Lanegan, Gnecco will be performing acoustically. “This will be my first trip to Europe and I am thrilled to have the chance to come and play for all the European fans,” writes Gnecco in the band’s newsletter. Following his solo dates in Europe, Gnecco will be rejoining Ours. The band will be touring with Blue October…

Afghan Whigs Tribute on Stereogum

Mark Lanegan Covers Afghan Whigs – Stereogum Stereogum covered the Afghan Whigs tribute today. They’ve also embedded an exclusive stream of Mark Lanegan’s cover of “Tonight.” Lanegan does a properly slow, soulful, kind of blue take of one of his Gutter Twin’s classic Congregation songs “Tonight.” His go at the 1992 come-on’s from the forthcoming Summer’s Kiss: A Tribute To The Afghan Whigs, which includes a baker’s dozen of Whigs takes via Joseph Arthur, My Jerusalem, Zykos, etc. The idea for it started in the…

Mark Lanegan, Mike Patton, More on New Soulsavers

Mark Lanegan and Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy for new Soulsavers album via guardian.co.uk The production duo Soulsavers have announced their third album – and yet another team-up with Mark Lanegan, Bonnie “Prince” Billy and members of Spiritualized. Richard Hawley, Faith No More’s Mike Patton, and Gibby Haynes of Butthole Surfers will also appear on the group’s forthcoming record, titled Broken.

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