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Afghan Whigs Begin First North American Tour In 13 Years This Month

| 6 September 2012 | Reply

 

 
 
September 5, 2012 – After teasing US audiences with three shows so far this year, The Afghan Whigs will finally embark on their first full North American tour in thirteen years starting September 22nd in New York City.  Prior to the launch of the tour, the band will perform on Jimmy Kimmel Live on September 19th.
With many of the upcoming shows already sold out, The Afghan Whigs fall tour is proving to be more than just a coda for the band…
“There are a few different kinds of reunions. There is, of course, the cynical cash grab. Then there’s the reunion that pretty much picks up where a band left off, or the reunion that offers a chance to see a band that few people were able to see the first time around. But then there are reunions that exist pretty much as if to say, yes, we really were that good, and that’s where you’ll find the Afghan Whigs slotted…” Time Out Chicago
Since their reformation earlier this year, The Afghan Whigs have also released two brand new cover songs for free on their website:  “See And Don’t See” (originally recorded by Marie “Queenie” Lyons) and “Lovecrimes” (originally recorded by Frank Ocean).  Both tracks are still available at www.theafghanwhigs.com
Formed in 1986, the band’s career from then until 2001 saw them release six critically acclaimed albums: Up In ItCongregationGentlemenBlack Love, & 1965 along with several EPs.  Fusing classic rock with grunge-era distortion and a heavy soul influence, The Afghan Whigs were one of the most renowned live bands of their time and now one of the hottest tickets this fall.
For the most up to date information including upcoming tour dates please visit: www.theafghanwhigs.com
 
THE AFGHAN WHIGS 2012 NORTH AMERICAN TOUR
9/22/12          New York                               ATP – I’ll Be Your Mirror Festival
9/26/12          Boston                                     House Of Blues
9/27/12          Philadelphia                            Electric Factory
9/28/12          Washington D.C.                    9:30 Club  – SOLD OUT
9/29/12          Pittsburgh                               Mr. Small’s Theatre
9/30/12          Cleveland                               Beachland Ballroom
10/3/12          Toronto                                  Phoenix Concert Theatre
10/5/12          New York                              Terminal 5 – SOLD OUT
10/12/12        Austin                                    Austin City Limits Music Festival – SOLD OUT
10/13/12        Austin                                    Antone’s – SOLD OUT
10/14/12        Dallas                                     The Granada Theatre
10/19/12        New Orleans                          Tipitina’s
10/20/12        Atlanta                                    The Masquerade
10/21/12        Carrboro                                 Cat’s Cradle
10/24/12        Detroit                                    Saint Andrew’s Hall – SOLD OUT
10/25/12        Cincinnati                               Bogart’s – SOLD OUT
10/26/12        Chicago                                  Metro
10/27/12        Chicago                                  Metro – SOLD OUT
10/28/12        Minneapolis                           Varsity Theatre – SOLD OUT
10/30/12        Denver                                   Ogden Theatre
11/2/12          Portland                                  Wonder Ballroom
11/3/12          Seattle                                     Showbox
11/7/12          San Francisco                         Fillmore – SOLD OUT
11/8/12          San Francisco                         Fillmore
11/9/12          Los Angeles                           Fonda Theatre – SOLD OUT
11/10/12        Los Angeles                           Fonda Theatre
Todd ‘ToddStar’ Jolicoeur

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