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Fall Round Up: PUBLIC SERVICE BROADCASTING in Seattle, INVSN, HAR MAR SUPERSTAR & AFGHAN WHIGS. (Including special mentions of Depeche Mode, Billy Bragg and Steve Earle)

Fall foliage and great gigs. Here's a round up of the best shows of September and October, starirng Public Service Broadcasting in Seattle, and Billy Bragg, Steve Earle, Depeche Mode, INVSN and the Afghan Whigs.

Our Music Critics' Picks For This Week

last monthUnited States / Seattle : Slog

The Afghan Whigs, Nik Turner's Hawkwind, Zola Jesus, And More Picks For Oct 16-22 by Stranger Things To Do Staff This week, start preparing for Halloween crowds by attending some excellent local live music shows. Our critics have picked...Show More Summary

What's going on Saturday?

Day 2 of The Meadows and Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival, plus Tombs, The Scorpions, Afghan Whigs, Basilica Soundscape and lots more. Continue reading…

What's going on Friday?

The Meadows fest begins with Jay Z, Run the Jewels, Migos & more, plus Paul McCartney, Roger Waters, King Woman, Chameleons' singer Mark Burgess, Alison Moyet, The Afghan Whigs, the Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival, and more show options on this very busy Friday. Continue reading…

tix on sale: Spoon, Joyce Manor/Wavves, The Killers, Afghan Whigs, Ted Leo & more

Plus: the New Yorker Festival, Black Lips, Blitzen Trapper, US Girls, and more tickets to upcoming shows. Continue reading…

Afghan Whigs’ frontman Greg Dulli reflects on new album, Prince and death of guitarist

BY MELISSA RUGGIERI/AJC Music Scene Only a few weeks after celebrating the release of their first new album in three years, The Afghan Whigs had to deal with a somber reality. Dave Rosser, the band’s guitarist since...

We All Need To Be Grateful For Lil Wayne’s Continued Existence

3 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Three and a half years ago, your entire Stereogum staff was at the FADER Fort during SXSW, watching the beautifully random one-off set where the Afghan Whigs were Usher's backing band. It was a great moment, and we couldn't enjoy it. A few minutes earlier, we'd learned that Lil Wayne was in a hospital after…

Afghan Whigs add 'In Spades' show at Bowery Ballroom before Brooklyn Steel

The Afghan Whigs' tour starts this week and they've now got two NYC shows this month... Continue reading…

The Afghan Whigs Honor Late Guitarist Dave Rosser With Pleasure Club Cover: Listen

Greg Dulli says he and Rosser “had spoken for years” about covering “You Want Love”

Download The Afghan Whigs’ Free Pleasure Club Cover In Tribute To Dave Rosser

4 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

The Afghan Whigs guitarist Dave Rosser died last month after a battle with colon cancer. In tribute, the band has recorded a cover of "You Want Love" by the New Orleans band Pleasure Club, a favorite of Greg Dulli's, featuring Pleasure Club singer James Hall himself. "Pleasure Club was a legendary New Orleans band and…

Watch The New Orleans Jazz Funeral For Afghan Whigs Guitarist Dave Rosser

5 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

The New Orleans jazz funeral is a great American tradition: A goodbye set to jubilant jazz, to celebrate the life of the person who just passed, rather than any kind of somber service. Last month, the Afghan Whigs guitarist Dave Rosser died at the age of 50 after a battle with colin cancer. The Afghan

Latter-day Afghan Whigs guitarist Dave Rosser dies at 50

Rock guitarist Dave Rosser, a latter-day member of the Afghan Whigs, died Tuesday after a battle with inoperable colon cancer. He was 50. “It is with great sadness that we say goodbye to our friend, brother and inspiration. Dave Rosser passed away peacefully last evening surrounded by love,” according...

Dave Rosser, Afghan Whigs guitarist, dead at 50 after cancer

5 months agoNews : NY Daily News

Dave Rosser, the guitarist for the alt-rock band Afghan Whigs, died Tuesday after a battle with colon cancer.

Newswire: R.I.P. Dave Rosser, guitarist for The Afghan Whigs

Dave Rosser, guitarist for the Cincinnati-based alt-rock outfit The Afghan Whigs, has died. Rosser was diagnosed with inoperable colon cancer in October 2016, Rolling Stone reports, and in December his bandmates staged a pair of benefit concerts to help pay his steadily mounting medical bills. Show More Summary

Dave Rosser, Afghan Whigs guitarist, RIP

5 months agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Dave Rosser, an incredibly talented musician, exemplary human being, and pillar of the New Orleans music community, died last night surrounded by love in New Orleans. He was diagnosed last year with inoperable colon cancer. Rosser was...Show More Summary

Afghan Whigs Guitarist Dave Rosser Has Died

5 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Vanyaland reports that Dave Rosser, guitarist for the Afghan Whigs, has died. Rosser joined the lineup of the Afghan Whigs when frontman Greg Dulli put together a new version of the band in 2011, and he played on their recent records Do To The Beast and In Spades. He also played with Dulli's other projects…

Afghan Whigs guitarist Dave Rosser, RIP

The band wrote, "It is with great sadness that we say goodbye to our friend, brother and inspiration. Dave Rosser passed away peacefully last evening surrounded by love. Thank you to all who kept him in their hearts. He is forever in ours." Continue reading…

The Afghan Whigs to ride or die to a town near you this fall

Are you ready to Whig out? Do you get my joke? Well, either way, The Afghan Whigs — a "rock and roll band from Cincinnati" — are touring the country again in support of new record In Spades, which came out back on May 5. The 28-cityShow More Summary

Watch Afghan Whigs Cover “Melissa” In Tribute To Gregg Allman

6 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Gregg Allman of the Allman Brothers died over the weekend, and artists have been eulogizing and paying tribute to the musician ever since. During their show in Dublin, the Afghan Whigs covered "Melissa," off the Brothers' 1972 album Eat A Peach. (Sun Kil Moon also covered the same song at a show this weekend, though…

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