Celebrating the 25th anniversary of their album Kissers & Killers, as well as the release of last year’s effort Bloodshot, the band The Choir will appear at the famed Brooklyn, NY venue, The Knitting Factory. The show takes place on Thursday, March 14, and will feature a special acoustic opening performance by Michael Roe (The 77s, The Lost Dogs, Kerosene Halo).

The setlist for The Choir promises to be varied and career-spanning, including songs from well-known efforts like Circle Slide, Burning Like The Midnight Sun, Wide Eyed Wonder, as well as recent solo efforts from longtime band members Derri Daugherty and Steve Hindalong.

Notably, Roe will be filling the bass position for the tour. His involvement is poignant as it marks the absence of Tim Chandler, who passed away in 2018. Chandler was also a frequent collaborator with The Lost Dogs, of which Daugherty, Roe, and Hindalong are members.

In addition to favorite tracks from The Choir, there is every possibility that a few Roe/77s songs may enter the setlist as well, but the band is not giving away any secret surprises yet.

Knitting Factory Brooklyn is located at 361 Metropolitan Ave. in Brooklyn, NY. Tickets for this unique performance are available now by clicking here.

By Dw Dunphy

Dw. Dunphy is a writer, artist, and musician. He has contributed many articles that can be found in the MusicTAP's archives. He also writes for New Jersey Stage, Popdose.com, Ultimate Classic Rock, Diffuser FM, and Looper. His interview archive is available at https://dwdunphyinterviews.wordpress.com/