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4 Responses to “Sinkane, Usher… and the Afghan Whigs”

  1. Bart says:

    One of my favorite bands, and after all these years still a great show. The video of this reminds me of when I saw them a few months ago in Boston… it seems recently it takes them a few tracks to get in the groove when playing live.  In this case its the (really excellent) cover of Lovecrimes that really sets the pace for the show rather than the prior tracks. 
    So glad they decided to start playing together again while continuing to do their individual projects like the Twilight Singers. 

  2. voiceinthedistance says:

    I loved the Afghan Whigs performance.  Usher . . . not so much.  I would have been a little disappointed if I had been at the show, as more Usher meant less of Greg and the Whigs.

    • toobigtofail says:

       Well, de gustibus and all that. I had to fast-forward to the part where Usher comes in and then had to stop listening because the backup band didn’t seem to have any sense of dynamics and were drowning him out. Meh.

  3. Guy Braven says:

    Where was Rick McCollom?

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