Singer/songwriter Greg Dulli — a Hamilton, Ohio native and co-founder of The Afghan Whigs, one of Cincinnati's all-time greatest musical exports — released his first official solo album, Random Desire, last February.
Dulli was slated to kick-off the North American leg of his tour behind Random Desire in April 2020, with a stop at the Woodward Theater. But the entire tour was put on hold due to COVID.
However, fans were able to catch Dulli digitally in August when he streamed a solo performance, recorded live at Gold Diggers (the boutique hotel, bar, venue and recording studio) in Los Angeles. He played new songs from Random Desire as well as pieces from throughout his career.
Dulli did two unique shows: one at 8 p.m. GMT for viewers in the UK and Europe and one at 9 p.m. EST for fans in North America.
And now fans can catch those same shows again.
Dulli will be offering an encore on April 24. According to a release, "The original U.S. show will now air for European audiences and vice versa offering fans a chance to catch the other set in their time zone that they may have missed."
A limited number of tickets for the encore go on sale Friday, April 2. The $12 tickets are available at dice.fm/greg-dulli and you can opt for the 8 p.m. BST/9 p.m. CEST (geared toward the European audience) or 9 p.m. EDT/6 p.m. PDT show (geared toward those in North America).
Dulli is working on a new Afghan Whigs album, which is slated to be released in 2022.
For more info, visit gregdulli.com.