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(unless we change our minds)

Stormy Monday, May 20th, 2013

Stubb's BBQ
home of the Original One Knite
801 Red River
Austin, Texas

6:30 to 10:00 p.m.
FREE... Never a Cover

Featuring the premiere of the documentary
by Stu Gilbert

Music by the One Knite All-Stars. Poster design donated by Soft Side Toys.

T-shirts and posters will be available for sale...
please support your fellow Kniters!

The One Knite was an oasis of soul.*

The club is L-shaped. At the far end is a tiny stage and a dozen rickety tables. The bathrooms, those gloriously iniquitous dens, are tiny affairs with entrances close enough to the stage for the parade of female pulchritude to entertain the entertainers.

Hot pants, blue-jean cutoffs, hip-huggers, tube tops, halter tops, wooden platform shoes, sun-kissed hair, legs and backs tanned from a day of sunbathing naked at Hippie Hollow, the women glide out from the pink, graffiti-covered stalls, and sidle down along the bar, denim-encased derrières disappearing into the crowd.

Welcome, my friends, to the One Knite. It's 1974.**

Keep tabs on this website, or join our mailing list, to see photos from the event and read people's comments. You can still get t-shirts if you act fast!

If you missed it, this was the band lineup for our first reunion concert in May 2004:

You can see Austin Channel 36's news story on the concert at this link, which will open in a new window.

Read Michael Corcoran's in-depth article about the reunion concert from the Austin-American Statesman! (requires one-time registration)

We donated all profits to MusiCares, a program from the Music Academy (Grammy Awards) that assists needy musicians.

We also cooked up a Second Somewhat Annual Reunion and had a blast listening to the One Knite All-Stars. You can see the poster here!

brought to you by Becky Kohout, Roger "One Knite" Collins,
Gary Oliver, Roddy Howard, and

KGSR 107.1 FM radio logo

* quote from Bill Bentley's article in the Austin Chronicle, July 16, 2010
** quote from Margaret Moser's article in the Austin American Statesman, Feb. 21, 2003