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Music, Greg Dulli on the Afghan Whigs' Return

Greg Dulli on the Afghan Whigs' Return

The last time the Afghan Whigs played San Francisco, in 1998 at the Fillmore, the band was touring in support of its celebratory sixth album, 1965. On that early December night, the Cincinnati, Ohio-born outfit was firing on all cylinders,…
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Music, Hear This Mark Lanegan Band: Show Preview

Mark Lanegan Band: Show Preview

Mark Lanegan's gruff but sultry baritone is a thing to reverently behold — as is his long and fascinating musical history. Whether you loved him in Screaming Trees and Queens of the Stone Age, or more recently in his collaborations…
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Calendar, Night&Day Years of Grit

Years of Grit

Mark Lanegan's gruff but sultry baritone is a thing to reverently behold — as is his long and fascinating musical history. Whether you loved him in Screaming Trees and Queens of the Stone Age, or more recently in his collaborations…
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Music, All Shook Down Saturday: The Twilight Singers Perform <i>Blackberry Belle</i> at Great American Music Hall

Saturday: The Twilight Singers Perform Blackberry Belle at Great American Music Hall

The Twilight Singers Saturday, September 17, 2011 Great American Music Hall There's a good chance one of your favorite bands is on a Classic Album tour right now. Primal Scream is playing the entirety of Screamadelica, Echo and the…
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Music, All Shook Down In Print: Robyn's Robot Obsession, the Gloomy Royal Baths, and the Sadies' Family Affair

In Print: Robyn's Robot Obsession, the Gloomy Royal Baths, and the Sadies' Family Affair

From SF Weekly's latest print music section:Robyn: While most of today's pop stars are eager to define their public personas, '90s two-hit wonder turned electropop princess Robyn likes to keep people guessing. When asked whether her frequent tongue-in-cheek cockiness is for…
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Music, Hear This Greg Dulli: Show Preview

Greg Dulli: Show Preview

Whether you've loved Greg Dulli since his days scaring and arousing in equal measure in the Afghan Whigs, had your heart ripped out and your soul shaken by the Twilight Singers, or had your interest piqued by his collaboration with…
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Music, All Shook Down Last Night: The Gutter Twins at the Independent

Last Night: The Gutter Twins at the Independent

The Gutter Twins (Greg Dulli and Mark Lanegan) February 11, 2009 The Independent Better Than: Joaquin Phoenix' new rap career The audience: Reg'lar folks, mostly dressed in shades of the bruise palette. Two parkas, one with a fur-lined hood. Three…
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Men in Black

Beyond grunge's punk bulldozers existed '90s alt-rock giants Afghan Whigs and the Screaming Trees; they were simpatico with the bombastic angst of the Northwest superstars, but traded rattling sludge for melodic heaviness. In the years since the demise of both…
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Music, Voodoo Chile

Voodoo Chile

The '60s were full of talented songwriters whose lives were as psychedelic as their music. S.F.'s Skip Spence -- an original member of both Jefferson Airplane and Moby Grape -- reportedly tore up a recording studio with an ax before…
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Recordings

The Afghan Whigs Black Love (Elektra) As far as contrived personas go, Greg Dulli's reputation as an erstwhile soul man isn't particularly newsworthy, or offensive, or even all that surprising. His cultural inputs -- the records he owns, the movies…
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