Indie rock icon Greg Dulli and the Afghan Whigs reunited for their first concert together in 13 years in New York on Wednesday (23May12).
The acclaimed band warmed up for festival shows at Lollapalooza and All Tomorrow's Parties at the Bowery Ballroom in Manhattan hours after The Stone Roses staged another major reunion show in Warrington, England.
Dulli and his bandmates played a career-spanning set of fan favourites including Bulletproof and 66 and odd covers of Marie Lyons' See and Don't See and Frank Ocean's Love Crimes.
The Afghan Whigs won't be the only major reunion at Lollapalooza in Chicago, Illinois in August (12) - Black Sabbath are also on the bill. The British heavy metal group performed their first reunion show ahead of festival appearances this summer (12) in their native Birmingham on Saturday (19May12).
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