.357 Lover | Knitting Factory | January 5, 2010
Every Tuesday night in January, .357 Lover will be taking the stage at the Knitting Factory in Brooklyn. That's the band that Corn Mo fronts (a guy you may have seen open up for Ben Folds, They Might Be Giants, or The Polyphonic Spree in recent years). Corn Mo ditched his accordion in favor of a keyboard while playing with his full band, and the man has a wide variety of friends to bring to the stage with him. It's not just musicians, but hula hoopers, magicians, and comedians all took to the stage last night (photos of them a little later). .357 Lover interspersed their songs amongst the various acts, resulting in them both kicking off and ending the night, attracting the audience early and keeping them there all evening. More photos are after the jump.
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