Vinyl Version Of Kittie’s “Origins/Evolutions” To Be Released In April

Kittie have announced that the vinyl version of their “Origins/Evolutions” documentary/live album will be released on April 13. As previously reported, the Blu-ray/DVD/CD version will be available on March 30.


Kittie Share Tribute To Late Bassist Trish Doan

Kittie have shared a video tribute for late bassist Trish Doan, who passed away on February 11, 2017. The footage is from the band’s documentary “Origins/Evolutions,“ which will be released on Blu-ray/DVD on March 30. The group commented:

“We miss you and love you. Always and forever, our hearts will never quite be the same. Rest easy sister.”

Kittie To Release “Origins/Evolutions” Documentary/Live Album In March

Kittie have announced that their “Origins/Evolutions” documentary will be released on Blu-ray/DVD on March 30. The 3-disc set will come with a live CD as well. A vinyl version of the live audio will also be available at a later date.

Kittie Joined Onstage By Former Members At First Live Show In Four Years

Kittie recently celebrated a screening of their new documentary “Kittie: Origins/Evolutions” by performing their first show in four years. The concert was held at the London Music Hall in London, ON on October 27, and saw the band joined by former members Ivy Vujic, Jennifer Arroyo, Jeff Phillips, Fallon Bowman, and Tanya Candler. You can see footage of the set, which ended with a tribute to the late Trish Doan, below:

[via The PRP]

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Kittie To Premiere “Kittie: Origins / Evolutions” Documentary​ In London, ON In October, Announce First Live Show In Four Years

Kittie’s new documentary “Kittie: Origins/Evolutions” will officially be premiered at Imagine Cinema in London, ON on October 27. The band will perform live for the first time in four years that same night at Rum Runners in London, ON as well. Past and present members of the group will appear, and The Alcohollys and The White Swan will serve as support.

Kittie Find Distributor For Upcoming Documentary “Kittie: Origins/Evolutions”

Kittie have revealed that their new documentary “Kittie: Origins/Evolutions” will officially be distributed by Lightyear Entertainment in North America. The band said the following:

“We are so please to finally announce we have signed with Lightyear Entertainment in North America, with distribution through Universal Music Group for our long awaited Kittie: Origins/Evolutions documentary. Expect more updates and news on the release soon!”

[via The PRP]

Morgan Lander Pays Tribute To Late Kittie Bassist Trish Doan

It was previously reported that Kittie bassist Trish Doan recently passed away at the age of 31. Now, the band’s vicalist Morgan Lander has penned a tribute for her.


Lander said the following:

“Forgive my absence, I have been struggling with the right words and having trouble processing the loss of someone who I counted among my best friends. Thank you to everyone for reaching out, your kind words, stories and photos. She was truly loved by more people than she could ever know. From the moment I met Trish there was an instant bond between us that I could never really explain.

Perhaps we saw within each other many of the things that were reflected within ourselves; qualities that made us intrinsically who we are, and we clung to that dearly. I think she also looked up to me a great deal, and I appreciated the responsibility of what that meant as a friend. We grew up together to become better people than who we once were and through everything she and I always remained very close, part of the support system we both needed.

I loved her like a sister and she was a part of my family, now forever changed. She with her boundless energy, 10,000 ideas and a fiery, vibrant light that could never be extinguished, even now. I love you Trish and I miss you.”

Former Kittie bassist Ivy Vujic Jenkins recently posted some words as well:

“Anyone who has ever met Trish Doan knows that she was one of the sweetest, kindest, most down to earth people on this planet. I loved seeing her beautiful photos of Australian sunsets and city skylines, and nerding out about bass gear and geeky tech stuff. Everyone loved Trish more than she ever realized.

She has left an imprint on so many lives. Her memory and legacy will outlive her physical form for many years to come. Much love to Trish‘s family, friends and all of the world that was touched by her presence. Trish, you are loved and greatly missed.”