The Afghan Whigs star Greg Dulli served drinks at a bar after the group disbanded in 2001. The U.S. rockers split after 15 years together, citing family commitments for the break-up, and despite occasional mini-reunions it was 10 years before they officially reformed.
Now Dulli has revealed that in addition to pursuing work with his side project The Twilight Singers, he also took a job as a bartender during the lengthy hiatus.
He tells Uncut magazine, "After the Whigs were over I didn't pick up my guitar for a year. I worked at the bar. Did a lot of drugs. It doesn't matter because I did it and it's done... Some people knew it was me bartending. Some people didn't."
The Afghan Whigs frontman Greg Dulli takes advantage of the hot California sunshine by growing his own marijuana. The rocker lives in a spacious home at the foot of the Santa Monica mountains and he decided to put his love of gardening to good use by cultivating his own dope.
He tells Uncut magazine, "I grew weed here for the first time last year, and five plants gave me a pound."