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Coinciding nicely with the recent run of Rolling Stones shows in town, the culprits behind the Petty Fest conjured up another stellar night with Stones Fest. Sponsored by Jameson whiskey and…   Read Story »
Greg Dulli is the quintessential wounded animal-as-frontman. Across six albums and a handful of stellar EPs throughout the better part of the '90s, Dulli and the Afghan Whigs left a swath of…   Read Story »
Greg Dulli, the once and future leader of the Afghan Whigs, is a man who knows a few things about whiskey-soaked baritones and libertine poetics, so he's the kind of guy you'd want to hear covering a…   Read Story »
Back in the day, Greg Dulli's wailing soul-rock band the Afghan Whigs lent a much-needed air of sex and danger to an alt-rock era dominated by Seattle-style self-flagellating. The band broke up in…   Read Story »
"Blackbird And The Fox," the first single from the Twilight Singers's fifth album Dynamite Steps, featured Greg Dulli and Ani DiFranco in a slow-burn duet. Dulli goes it alone vocally on "On The…   Read Story »
The first single from the forthcoming Twilight Singers collection is a slow-burn duet between Greg Dulli and Ani DiFranco called "Blackbird And The Fox." It's unclear who plays which animal. The…   Read Story »
Sub Pop's celebrating its 20th Anniversary: We told you about that and the SP20 festival. Blender did an oral and visual history titled "Going Out of Business Since 1988!" to honor the occasion. It's…   Read Story »
Props to the Gutter Twins for harnessing the inherent "this makes me want to run around and blow shit up"-iosity (technical music term, guys) of "Idle Hands" in this video featuring nothing more than…   Read Story »
In an interview with Pitchfork today, alt-rock heroes Greg and Mark spend some time talking about the genre-sweeping stable of artists at Sub Pop, often home to the both crooners' endeavors, with and…   Read Story »
The initial push for Dulli and Lanegan's Gutter Twins project revolved around shit-kicking love anthem (yes, there is such a thing) "Idle Hands," with the MP3 and the Letterman performance and the so…   Read Story »