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Twilight Singers Break Dawn In Europe

SEATTLE (CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — The Twilight Singers will embark on their first European tour in five years beginning March 18th in London at the Electric Ballroom.

The band will celebrate the launch of their forthcoming album Dynamite Steps, which is out in the US on February 15th and worldwide on February 14th.

The Twilight Singers will hold their first in-store performances at Amoeba Music in Los Angeles on February 15th and the San Francisco Amoeba Music store on February 17th.

The following week, the band will return to Jimmy Kimmel Live on February 23rd to perform their latest single “On The Corner.”

Rising to fame as the leader of the Afghan Whigs during the 80’s & 90’s, Greg Dulli followed his muse and began to fuse indie, soul and electronic sounds in his post-Whigs collective The Twilight Singers, who released their first album, Twilight As Played By The Twilight Singers, in 2000.

Their second album Blackberry Belle was released in 2003, followed by a covers album She Loves You in 2004.

2006’s Powder Burns made many critics “Best Of” year end lists.

In 2008 Greg Dulli teamed up with long time friend Mark Lanegan to form The Gutter Twins who released the album Saturnalia the same year.

The Twilight Singers 2011 European Tour dates:

3/18 – Electric Ballroom – London
3/19 – Arches – Glasgow
3/20 – Moho Live – Manchester
3/21 – Komedia Theatre – Brighton
3/23 – Luxor – Cologne
3/25 – Parkteatret – Oslo
3/26 – Debaser – Stockholm
3/27 – Vega Jr – Copenhagen
3/28 – Festsaal Kreuzberg – Berlin
3/30 – Ancienne Belgique – Brussels
3/31 – La Fleche D'Or – Paris
4/01 – Paradiso – Amsterdam
4/02 – Schuur  – Lucerne
4/09 – Meet Factory – Vienna
4/10 – Stodola – Warsaw
4/12 – Tavastia – Helsinki
4/14 – Principal Theater – Thessaloniki
4/15 – Gagarin Club – Athens
4/16 – Reading3 – Tel Aviv
4/17 – Reading3 – Tel Aviv

— Crystal Lynn Huntoon