Posts Tagged ‘The Afghan Whigs’

Photos: Afghan Whigs and School of Seven Bells @ 9:30 Club

What made Friday night's sold-out Afghan Whigs show at the 9:30 Club so memorable? Was it lead singer Greg Dulli wading into the crowd and donning someone's fedora during "See & Don't See?" Was it the way they teased "The End" by The Doors before performing a driving version of "Gentleman," or how the first chorus of [...]

The Afghan Whigs’ Greg Dulli: “There’s a Get-Down Factor In D.C.”

When The Afghan Whigs broke up in 2001, the band from Cincinnati, Ohio, ended an underappreciated career as one of alternative rock's most soulful and sinister acts. Leaving behind a legacy of ups (creative) and downs (commercial), The Afghan Whigs hopped from a self-released debut (1988's Big Top Halloween) to Sub Pop success to major [...]