The New Dad Rock

EP 15. Understand, I'm a Gentleman: Greg Dulli

August 04, 2020 Steve Nelson & Keith Nottonson Season 2 Episode 1
The New Dad Rock
EP 15. Understand, I'm a Gentleman: Greg Dulli
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Welcome to Season 2
1:36
Lollapalooza
3:26
Another Livestream
6:12
A Timeline
9:02
This Guy's Day Job is Rock Star
12:00
Black is the Color of My True Love's Hair
16:55
Keith's Feelings
18:07
Baby I'm Amazed
The New Dad Rock
EP 15. Understand, I'm a Gentleman: Greg Dulli
Aug 04, 2020 Season 2 Episode 1
Steve Nelson & Keith Nottonson

Greg Dulli has compiled a successful career on over a dozen albums spanning the past three decades. From his anachronistic band of the grunge era, The Afghan Whigs, to his Twilight Singers project and back again, he has dazzled us with his debonair stylings.

On August 1, he played two (mostly) solo concerts that were livestreamed. Steve, who is on record as 'a better Afghan Whigs fan than most people,' and Keith, who just learned about the glorious Twilight Singers, use the streams as a backdrop for their detailed discussion about an artist who really should be selling out Madison Square Garden.

The Afghan Whigs were active during the 90s, reformed in 2014 for two more albums, and another is expected...eventually. Meanwhile, The Twilight Singers released four proper albums, a covers album, and other assorted ephemera between 2000 and 2011. Greg Dulli also formed The Gutter Twins with Mark Lanegan for one album and one EP. He has also guested on a number of other projects.

If you want to check out a sampling of the music, and you should, Greg Dulli himself was nice enough to curate a playlist of his career highlights entitled, "Now You Know" on just about every streaming service. Or you can take Steve's word for it and delve into the albums Gentlemen, 1965, or Blackberry Belle.

Support the show (https://teespring.com/stores/the-new-dad-rock)

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Greg Dulli has compiled a successful career on over a dozen albums spanning the past three decades. From his anachronistic band of the grunge era, The Afghan Whigs, to his Twilight Singers project and back again, he has dazzled us with his debonair stylings.

On August 1, he played two (mostly) solo concerts that were livestreamed. Steve, who is on record as 'a better Afghan Whigs fan than most people,' and Keith, who just learned about the glorious Twilight Singers, use the streams as a backdrop for their detailed discussion about an artist who really should be selling out Madison Square Garden.

The Afghan Whigs were active during the 90s, reformed in 2014 for two more albums, and another is expected...eventually. Meanwhile, The Twilight Singers released four proper albums, a covers album, and other assorted ephemera between 2000 and 2011. Greg Dulli also formed The Gutter Twins with Mark Lanegan for one album and one EP. He has also guested on a number of other projects.

If you want to check out a sampling of the music, and you should, Greg Dulli himself was nice enough to curate a playlist of his career highlights entitled, "Now You Know" on just about every streaming service. Or you can take Steve's word for it and delve into the albums Gentlemen, 1965, or Blackberry Belle.

Support the show (https://teespring.com/stores/the-new-dad-rock)

Welcome to Season 2
Lollapalooza
Another Livestream
A Timeline
This Guy's Day Job is Rock Star
Black is the Color of My True Love's Hair
Keith's Feelings
Baby I'm Amazed