Kiki and Herb's "Live at the Knitting Factory" DVD Slated for January Release

News   Kiki and Herb's "Live at the Knitting Factory" DVD Slated for January Release Following Kiki and Herb's recent return to Carnegie Hall comes news about the release of the duo's first DVD, "Live at the Knitting Factory."

The disc will be released on the An Alive Mind label Jan. 2, 2008, and is available exclusively through the Kiki & Herb website at kikiandherb.com.

Filmed live May 17 at New York City's Knitting Factory, the performance features "I'm Ugly," "Rhythm Divine" and "Moments of Pleasure" from Justin Bond and Kenny Mellman's "Year of Magical Drinking Tour," according to notes.

The DVD will also include bonus videos of "Not Without My Napalm," "Live at the Fez," "Banging in the Nails" and "The King Must Die."

Gérard Schmidt directs. Stephen Hendel is credited as executive producer.

Following their Off-Broadway run in Coup de Theatre, Kiki & Herb took to the stage of Carnegie Hall for a special one-night "farewell performance." That Sept. 19, 2004, performance was recorded and released on the Evolver label. They have since played a national tour, Broadway and Joe's Pub, among other venues. Justin Bond and Kenny Mellman created Kiki & Herb in 1992 and have been embodying their respective alter-egos ever since in various shows. The infamous twosome make their way through a number of songs, occasionally taking the off ramp into the brash and boozy bio of the "septuagenarian" (as her press release states) Kiki. As she "drags" us through those unforgettable moments, her shy straight-man accompanist Herb tickles the ivories. Previous works include Jesus Wept and There's a Stranger in the Manger!

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