Saturday, November 15, 2008

Goodbye Knitt.

First of all, I don't want to take any shine from what I think is my favorite "Weekend @ Diggedys" post ever. Great job, Diggedy. Love that story, love those songs.

But with that said, I feel that I need to say a proper goodbye to an NYC INSTITUTION of nightlife, The Knitting Factory. You will be missed. Without the Knitt, there will be a large void left in the NYC live music scene. A great size, all ages capable venue, multiple rooms, great staff, and years upon years of memorable shows.

Where will HHK end up, you ask? Well, honestly, we're not really sure yet. You could say that we're internet dating with possible future mates right now. or something. But yea, like Newmie said in the email blast, we're not going away anytime soon. and we even have a few fun things up our sleeve for 2009.

Long story short: Come out tonight. Get on-stage. You won't have another chance to rock the mic at HHK on the Knitting Factory stage. So don't stay in. Don't let your girl/guy talk you into a movie night. Don't go to Boston Market in Woodside, Queens and stuff yourself so full that you can't even think about moving off the couch. Instead, come to the Knitting Factory at 10pm and say goodbye with us.

See you there.



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9:54 PM  
Blogger Unknown said...

Wish I could have been there. And love Diggedy's story. Did any seniors come out to cap off the night?

9:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i'm in complete denial. it has not registered in my mind that i will not be going there ever again. i should have take photos :(

11:10 PM  

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