For Kittie fans, the sight of the current lineup of Kittie together with some of the band's former members in a photo is enough to garner their attention. But it doesn't stop there as the recent photo shoot was part of a promotion to announce plans for a crowd-funding campaign to put together a new documentary DVD and book to celebrate the band's 20th anniversary.
Kittie's Morgan Lander on Band's Evolution
Fans all over the world can take in Kittie's show at The Rave in Milwaukee, Wis. tomorrow (April 17.) The show will be streamed live at 9 PM ET/8 PM CT. Additionally, the webcast will be absolutely free. So regardless of whether or not you've got an open schedule on Tuesday night, clear the decks and make room for some Kittie and their brand of metal.
Hard rock goddesses Kittie visited Ontario's FM96 in their native Canada recently to talk about poaching former bassist Trish Doan from the station's Internet department and restoring her to her former role in the band. We're glad to report there's no hard feelings there and it's all one, big happy family.
Last week, Kittie posed a bit of a philosophical question to fans via their social media networks. The ladies asked if their supporters would be interested in seeing the band play its debut, 1999's 'Spit,' which was easily their most commercially successful album to date, with the original lineup. Seems like a no brainer, right?