Gutter Twins' man live album on the way

Greg Dulli's set from Triple Door set for release this month

Gutter Twins' man live album on the way
The Gutter Twins and Twilight Singers' man Greg Dulli is gearing up for the release of his first-ever live album, slated to come out on October 28.

The set is taken from a benefit show for The Vera Project, a local music arts center run by and for youth, in Seattle, WA, which Dulli and his band performed at the intimate Triple Door Theatre in the city.

'Live At Triple Door' will be released via Dulli's own Infernal Recordings label, and features a selection of Twilight Singers songs including 'King Only' and 'Candy Cane Crawl', The Gutter Twins’ track 'Front Street' and a cover of Jose Gonzalez' 'Down The Line'.

Meanwhile, The Gutter Twins are scheduled to perform at this year's Voodoo Music Festival in New Orleans on October 24, before returning to the east coast for four shows in early November.

The 'Live At Triple Door' tracklisting is:

'The Killer'
'Candy Cane Crawl'
'Black Is The Color Of My True Love's Hair'
'Tell Everyone'
'That's Just How That Bird Sings'
'Isn't It A Pity/Atlantis'
'King Only'
'Bonnie Brae'
'Down The Line'
'Front Street'

--By our New York staff.
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