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  • August 31, 2018
    reCAP :: Foundation of Funk :: 2018.08.23

    Words by: Ryan Hall Photos by: Dino Perrucci New Orleans…the Big Easy…down on the Bayou… That’s a city that has an energy all its own. Apart from so many beautiful memories of huge college football games for my Alabama Crimson Tide, most of the energy comes from the amazing music born on the Bayou. The Capitol Theatre got a big, Read More …

    August 19, 2018
    reCAP :: Jeff Beck :: 2018.08.15

    Words by: Jason Donnelly Photos by: Geoff Tischman It’s not every day that you get to watch one of the greatest guitar players of all time strum his six-string for you, but that’s just what a sold-out show got to do at The Capitol Theatre. And before we get into the actual performance, I’m kind of sad about how few Read More …

    July 31, 2018
    reCAP :: Glen Hansard :: 2018.07.27

    Words By: Jason Donnelly Photos By: Geoff Tischman I was going to start this all out by talking about my first solo trip to The Capitol Theatre and explain the intricacies of getting there from the city. How it’s less than an hour on Metro North from Grand Central Station. How once I got there the people were nicer than Read More …

    reCAP :: Spoon + Grizzly Bear :: 2018.06.19

    Words By: Jon Chattman Photos By: Andrew Scott Blackstein Movie theaters used to do double features all the time – not so much anymore. In the music world, however, you can often find a solid one-two punch and you’d be hard pressed to find a better tandem then the one The Cap brought on Tuesday, June 19. Indie rock forces Read More …

    reCAP :: Toots and The Maytals :: 2018.07.20

    Words By: Jordan Becker Photos By: Gary Flink One of the great things about The Capitol Theater is that it gives you the chance to see both musical legends, such as Toots & the Maytals, and rising stars, such as opening act Victory, in a fun, uplifting Friday night of music. Opening the show was 23 year old Victory Boyd, Read More …

    July 25, 2018
    reCAP :: Kenny Wayne Shepherd + The Beth Hart Band :: 2018.07.21

    Words by: Jordan Becker Photos by: Gary Flink Friday night at The Cap featured a reggae legend performing in front of a crowd of standing admirers, Saturday night was a different vibe altogether. Two veteran blues rock outfits played to a seated, but no less enthusiastic, crowd. The Beth Hart Band and the Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band co-headlined the festivities, Read More …

    July 10, 2018
    reCAP :: Bela Fleck & The Flecktones :: 2018.06.30

    Words by: Jenny Ferguson Photos by: Scott Harris It is a truly remarkable experience to witness an audience before and after a Flecktones concert. Patrons slowly fill the rows, a feeling of uncertainty and anticipation hangs in the air. Even veteran fans can’t predict what sort of journey Béla Fleck and his outrageously talented band will take them on tonight. Read More …

    May 24, 2018
    Win a Pair of Tickets + a Meet and Greet w/ The E3 Organ Trio ft. Eric Krasno, Eric Kalb, & Eric Finland on Saturday, June

    We’re giving one lucky fan the chance to win 2 tickets + a meet and greet with The E3 Organ Trio featuring Eric Krasno, Eric Kalb, & Eric Finland! Want to win? Enter the form below! To guarantee your spot in the crowd get your tickets HERE. Winners will be chosen by 12PM on Wednesday, May 30. The winners will Read More …

    10 Places in New York to Visit if You Love Bob Dylan

    The Capitol Theatre would like to wish Bob Dylan a very happy 77th birthday! On September 4, 2012, Dylan’s magic helped to set the tone for our newly renovated theater as our very first performer on the new stage. It was 5 years later that he would return to play our 500th show. New York has several of Dylan’s musical Read More …

    May 21, 2018
    reCAP :: The Englishtown Project :: 2018.05.18 :: Garcia’s at The Cap

    Words by Ryan Hall Photos by Rob Schmidt Friday, May 18, 2018 was one of the heaviest news days in recent memory. From the horrifying school shooting in Texas, to the bus crash near the Lincoln Tunnel, and the deadly plane crash in Cuba – I couldn’t help but think, ‘What’s next?’ And not in a good way. And even Read More …