The Knitting Factory is a music venue and concert house with locations in Brooklyn, Boise, Reno, and Spokane. The club originally specialized in jazz and experimental music and has expanded to showcasing all genres of music, performing arts and comedy.
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... Note, 1995) Elsewhere (Homestead, 1996) Like Rays (Knitting Factory, 1996) Invisible Weave (No More, 1997) Antennae (AUM Fidelity, 1997) Deep Telling (Okkadisk, 1998) A Cloud ...
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... The Knitting Factory was opened in 1987 by Michael Dorf and Bob Appel ... end up forming the band Soul Coughing first met at the Knitting Factory, where Mike Doughty, who would become the lead singer, worked as a doorman ... locations in Los Angeles in 2000 under the parent company of Knitting Factory Entertainment ...
1989) Implement Yourself (1990, label New World) Live at the Knitting Factory (1991, label Knitting Factory) Plain Old Joe (1993, Knitting Factory ...
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