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The Afghan Whigs Feb 16, 2019
Meow Mix. @jonskibic 📷 @mrgregdulli
The Afghan Whigs Feb 15, 2019
Happy Valentine’s Day, lovers. 🖤
The Afghan Whigs Feb 07, 2019
Lost in the Supermarket by The Afghan Whigs #NowPlaying for #InternationalClashDay The Clash
The Afghan Whigs Jan 31, 2019
27 years ago today. Favorite song, story, memory? Photo @needle_nose_vinyl
The Afghan Whigs Jan 16, 2019
We’ve contributed to STUMM433, a box set collating an unprecedented selection of Mute Records artists past, present and future. Released in May, you can register interest in STUMM433 and be first in line to pre-order and receive exclusive updates on the contributions here: http://mute.com/stumm-433. Net profits from the project go to the British Tinnitus Association and Music Minds Matter (Help Musicians UK) #EnjoyTheSilence #MuteFourPointZero
The Afghan Whigs Jan 10, 2019
Greg Dulli Covers David Bowie's Modern Love
The Afghan Whigs Dec 31, 2018
May the coming year bring you magic.
The Afghan Whigs Dec 21, 2018
“And the matches burned with such a glow that it became brighter than daylight.”
The Afghan Whigs Dec 20, 2018
Video Premier: Watch Greg Dulli’s incendiary video for “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas” via The FADER Directed by Philip Harder.
The Afghan Whigs Dec 17, 2018
Last night in town.
The Afghan Whigs Dec 14, 2018
The sound will astound.
The Afghan Whigs Dec 14, 2018
“I saw Meet Me In St. Louis as a child and this song just stayed with me forever,” Dulli remarked. “It has a spectral quality that I always wanted to exaggerate.” Greg Dulli releases “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas” today on all major digital services worldwide. Merry Christmas, y'all! Listen here:
The Afghan Whigs Dec 12, 2018
“Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas” by Greg Dulli listen via Stereogum. Available on all streaming platforms 12/14. Merry Christmas, y'all.
The Afghan Whigs Dec 10, 2018
Livin’ After Midnight.
The Afghan Whigs Dec 04, 2018
Back in the saddle.
The Afghan Whigs Nov 30, 2018
Last chance for romance. Download You Want Love featuring James Hall TODAY ONLY (11/30) until midnight EDT. #VivaLaRosser #getyours
The Afghan Whigs Nov 23, 2018
Your Attention Please. Limited edition Afghan Whigs merch is available at Hello Merch. NOW through December 31st get 10% off using "Congregation18" at check out. #getyours while you can. ->
The Afghan Whigs Nov 22, 2018
Happy Thanksgiving, y'all. #tbt
The Afghan Whigs Nov 08, 2018
"...and one of the greatest rock records of the decade, Gentlemen by Afghan Whigs." Thank you Bruce Warren World Cafe WXPN NPR Music
The Afghan Whigs Nov 04, 2018
Dave Davis was my first friend when I moved to Cincinnati in 1985. He lived in the apartment across the hall. We had an immediate connection through our mutual interest in photography, music and gear. Through Dave, I met Michelle, the woman who would become my partner, wife and the mother of our two daughters. I met Greg Dulli, who would become my band mate, brother and one of my closest and dearest friends on earth. And I met Kelly Vanasse, whose beautiful family would become an extension of our own. All of that happened in one night! Although I would meet more cool and interesting people through my friendship with Dave, and be introduced to new experiences and opportunities, it was that night in the Spring of 1985 that changed my life in the most significant way. Dave was the vector for many friendships, bands and business ventures. He was often the first person to turn you on to some new idea, piece of gear, band. He was the first person I saw create and perform music and do legit graphics on a computer - years before I saw anyone else do it. Dave seemed plugged in to everything and everybody in the mid-late 80’s Cincinnati underground music scene. This would also be true for the 90’s, and so on… I had a small recording studio in my house in Camp Washington. As the Afghan Whigs began to play out of town more frequently, Dave helped by covering sessions and bringing in his own bands to record. Ultrasuede Studio was born. Ultrasuede outgrew two houses and we were beginning to the constraints of our Northside loft space when Dave discovered the QCA Studio Space was available. By this time, Dave had become a mastering engineer, partly in response to a growing need for this in Cincinnati. I think this job was Dave’s favorite. It allowed him to use his ears, musical curiosity and technical knowledge to help his fellow musicians. His patience, kindness and empathy were appreciated as much as his talent. Dave mastered thousands of records - everything from local bands to national releases. Dave and I worked together at Ultrasuede for almost 30 years. As I think about our friendship and professional relationship, I’m struck by the fact that most of what Dave did was motivated by a desire to help others. I’m not entirely sure he was aware of it, or would admit to it, if he did know. It’s part of what made him such a good engineer, partner and friend. His work with The All Night Party, MuisicLi and his time teaching at CCM and DAAP at University of Cincinnati are additional examples of Dave’s low-key altruism. He was a mentor and guide to many but his manner was so graceful and humble that you rarely were aware of it. It was just part of his personality. Dave was incredibly thoughtful and intelligent. We had countless, long, wide-ranging conversations on all manner of subjects. The studio is a great place for this, by the way. He was always trying to out-think the paradigm or re-invent the wheel. He could think fast and type faster. Ask Dave a question and you were likely to receive a 1200 word response that left you even more confused. He knew it, though, and thought it was funny, too. That said, he was never condescending and always respectful, patiently taking the time to explain himself, even if he strongly disagreed with your point of view. Last Friday morning, Dave was involved in a serious car accident. His injuries were severe and he arrived at the hospital in a coma, from which he never awoke. Yesterday, surrounded by family, Dave passed on. Those who had the pleasure of calling Dave a friend know that he would not have wanted to return to world where he would be deprived of the things he loved so much; intellectual conversation, interacting with people, helping others and enjoying music. Dave had a profound and positive impact on my life and the lives of many others I know. His contributions to the Cincinnati music community span 4 decades and touch the lives of thousands. Dave’s death is devastating loss to his family, friends and the community. It’s hard to process what has happened. An event like a car accident is so sudden that all you can do is react in a hazy, surreal way. There’s the shock of hearing the news and seeing someone you care about in that condition. There’s the sadness of seeing other people you care about in emotional pain. There’s the knowledge that soon you will miss this person and the feeling will become unbearable for time, then abate somewhat but never go away. Actually, this is good because missing someone keeps them in your heart. Major realizations and weird little fragments of memories arrive all at once, and bit by bit. Friends share news, memories and stories in the hospital, on the phone and electronically. A lot of Dave’s friends and clients will learn about his passing via the internet. Dave loved technology and would definitely have something to say about receiving this kind of news in a post on social media. I’m sorry I won’t be able to have this conversation with him anytime soon. I’m grateful beyond words for Dave’s friendship and everything that came with it. He has been a constant presence in my life since I moved to Cincinnati. I, and many others will miss him terribly and remember him fondly. A week in the hospital with the level of care that Dave required is expensive, to say the least. Dave’s loving and courageous wife, Karen, will have an unspeakable emotional burden. Please consider helping her with the financial burden by giving whatever you can at https://www.gofundme.com/help-for-dave-davis -John Curley
The Afghan Whigs Nov 04, 2018
Positively Vaughn St. I was an 18 year old freshman entering the University of Cincinnati when I first met Dave Davis. He became my first roommate. I knew nothing. He taught me how to play guitar and make Chinese food. He introduced me to punk rock and jazz. He showed me how to make movies and paint. He took me to the best parties and got me back onstage after I'd sworn it off forever. He encouraged me to drop out of school, follow my dream and move to California. Then he gave me a job when I inevitably came back to town with my tail between my legs. Through him I met John Curley, who would later join me in starting the Afghan Whigs. We had no bigger cheerleader than Dave Davis. He was whip smart, kind and funny. He was selfless and beautiful. He was my big brother, my mentor and my guide into the underground. He was my friend and I will miss him terribly. -Greg Dulli Los Angeles November 3, 2018
The Afghan Whigs Oct 31, 2018
Feeling Witchy? Happy Halloween, y'all. #NSFW
The Afghan Whigs Oct 27, 2018
20 years ago today. Favorite song, story, memory?
The Afghan Whigs Oct 06, 2018
Happy birthday to our favorite drummer...
The Afghan Whigs Oct 05, 2018
The Afghan Whigs - Gentlemen