The Afghan Whigs

The Afghan Whigs

A soul-influenced alternative/indie rock band from Cincinnati, Ohio, the Afghan Whigs were formed in 1986 by vocalist/guitarist Greg Dulli, guitarist Rick McCollum, bassist John Curley and drummer Steve Earle (2).

After releasing 6 LPs, a number of singles and EPs and a couple of drummers (Paul Buchignani and Michael Horrigan), the group disbanded in February of 2001, temporarily reforming (with Horrigan as drummer) in 2006 to record two new tracks for a best-of compilation.

In December of 2011, the core group of Dulli, McCollum and Curley announced its reformation to play a number of 2012 concert and festival dates, augmented by touring members Cully Symington, David Rosser and Rick Nelson (3).

Har Mar Superstar

There is no Harold Martin Tillmann, no cousin or brother to Sean Tillmann, to help with his artistic output and press coverage. First was the art-school noise-pop trio Calvin Krime, which split up in the summer of 1998. Sean went his own way and created the introspective indie dreamboat Sean Na Na. After a few years, Sean created another stage persona named Har Mar Superstar. Named after a Minneapolis-area mall that was built in 1961 and fell into disrepair, Har Mar is the sexy-smooth R&B artist who has grabbed the most attention for Sean Tillmann.



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