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Gutter Twins, Eagles of Death Metal & more playing third benefit for Afghan Whigs guitarist Dave Rosser

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A third benefit show for Afghan Whigs guitarist Dave Rosser, who has been diagnosed with inoperable colon cancer, has been announced, happening December 13 at Teragram Ballroom in Los Angeles. That’s the day before the first-announced benefit show at Teragram (which is now sold out). At this one, The Gutter Twins (aka Greg Dulli and Mark Lanegan) will play, alongside Eagles Of Death Metal, Josh Homme, and Duff McKagan. Tickets for the 12/14 show go on sale Friday, November 18 at 10 AM Pacific.

The sold-out 12/14 benefit at Teragram features Afghan Whigs playing their 1996 album Black Love in its entirety, with guests Mark Lanegan, Moby and Carina Round on the bill as well. There is also a benefit in New Orleans on December 10 at Civic Theatre, also playing Black Love in full, with Mark Lanegan, Ani DiFranco, Morning 40 Federation, King James & The Special Men, and C.C. Adcock & The Lafayette Marquis on the bill too (tickets).

You can also help Rosser with his medical bills by donating directly to his GoFundMe.

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