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During a recent break from the Afghan Whigs' reunion tour, frontman Greg Dulli returned to New Orleans and checked on the progress of his latest home renovation.

Over the past decade, he's lived in the French Quarter, Faubourg Marigny and now Bywater, while also maintaining a residency in Los Angeles.

Seattle-based indie label Sub Pop released the Whigs’ debut, “Up In It,” in 1989.

But while the fictional body count remained low, there were a few overeager audience members that might have pushed up the number of real life casualties if they hadn't calmed themselves down.

"The first thing to know about a Greg Dulli show is that Greg Dulli picks the songs," said the Afghan Whigs frontman to a particularly loud and repeated request for "Algiers".

And suddenly the singer couldn't think of a reason not to revive the Whigs. But once it did happen, it's been fabulous."Dulli, Curley and Mc Collum convened in New Orleans in November 2011 to rehearse. It’s like pulling the Cadillac out of the garage, waxing it up and tuning it up and taking it out for a drive. Where: Tipitina's, 501 Napoleon Ave., 504.895.8944.

Their reunion tour launched in May and has already touched down in Australia and Europe; an Oct. Ever-changing set lists have drawn on a batch of 40 or songs, including Whigs classics and deep album cuts that were never performed in the band’s first go-round, a cover of Frank Ocean's "Lovecrimes" and one new song. It’s a good ride.”But he has no plans at present for the Whigs to continue beyond a New Year’s Eve gig in Cincinnati. Staying there has been a good place to stay.”Early next year, he’ll embark on a long-discussed collaboration with Steve Kilbey of The Church. That’s all I know.”But for now, he’s happy to have finally laid to rest questions of an Afghan Whigs reunion.“People always asked.

The first of the two covers, "Paper Thin Hotel" by Leonard Cohen, was straightforward, not unlike the Canadian bard's own musical style.

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