Greg Dulli Reschedules His Woodward Theater Show for September

Singer/songwriter Dulli — a Hamilton, Ohio native and cofounder of The Afghan Whigs — has rescheduled his local stop with opener Joseph Arthur

Greg Dulli - Photo: Maciek Jasik
Photo: Maciek Jasik
Greg Dulli

Singer/songwriter Greg Dulli — a Hamilton, Ohio native and cofounder of The Afghan Whigs, one of Cincinnati's all-time greatest musical exports — is touring behind his first official solo album, Random Desire.

Dulli was slated to kick off the North American leg of his tour in April, with a stop at the Woodward Theater on April 29. The entire tour has since been pushed to September in light of the coronavirus pandemic, with a rescheduled Woodward stop on Sept. 17. Longtime friend, collaborator and tourmate Joseph Arthur will open the concert.

Visit for ticket details.

Here's a look at a stunning music video for "Pantomima," the first single off Random Desire. The cinematic clip is a tribute to the movie All That Jazz and is Dulli's latest collaboration with director Philip Harder, who also stars in the video as troubled dancer/choreographer Bob Fosse.

According to (which includes a wonderful history and description of the LP), a CD copy of Random Desire is included with every ticket purchase (emails will be sent out to ticket buyers with info on how to redeem).

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