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  • May 28, 2019
    Enter to Win 2 GA Tickets to Phil Lesh & Friends + the Ultimate VIP Experience at Eugene’s
    May 24, 2019
    Blues Keyboardist Bruce Katz Talks New Music, Butch Trucks, and the Journey That Shaped His Eclectic Sound

    Bruce Katz is a five-time Blues Music Award nominee for “Pinetop Perkins Piano Player of the Year” selected by the Blues Foundation of Memphis, TN. He’s worked with Ronnie Earl, Delbert McClinton Band, Jaimoe’s Jasssz Band, John Hammond, and was a member of the Gregg Allman Band from 2007-2013. In anticipation of his show at Garcia’s, we sat down with Bruce Read More …

    May 21, 2019
    Here’s Why We’re Honored to Have Hosted Joan Baez’s Final North American Shows Ever

    Words by Margot Reddy Photos by Andrew Scott Blackstein and Chad Anderson Joan Baez is a folk singer, songwriter, musician, and activist. As the “Queen of Folk,” Baez has released over 30 albums, 8 of which are certified gold in record sales along with one gold single. Baez has achieved higher recognition through her acquisition of three BAMMY (San Francisco Read More …

    May 10, 2019
    reCAP :: The Fab Faux :: 2019.05.04

    Words by Michael Grapel Photos by John Wisdom Last Saturday at 7:00PM the doors of The Cap opened welcoming diehard Beatles fans into the theater to see the Fab Faux. Anyone that is familiar with the all-star Beatles tribute band knows that they typically do a tour through a classic Beatles album, but this time there was a lot of Read More …

    May 8, 2019
    10 Things You Will Never Understand Until You Listen to the Grateful Dead’s 5/8/77 Cornell Show

    Cornell 5/8/77 is a live album by the Grateful Dead that was recorded on May 8, 1977, at Barton Hall, Cornell University, in Ithaca, New York. On the anniversary of this legendary show, we’ve put together a list of things you’ll never understand unless you’ve turned on and tuned in to this classic show. 1. Hearing one of the most Read More …

    April 26, 2019
    12 Songs with Marvel References You Should Listen to Right Now

    No matter what you’re doing this weekend, you probably won’t be able to avoid people talking about the Avengers: Endgame, the new Marvel superhero film. For music lovers and comic book buffs who can’t contain their excitement, we’ve put together a playlist of songs with some of the best Marvel character references. 1. Black Sabbath “Iron Man” On the contrary! Read More …

    April 14, 2019
    The 10 Grateful Dead References in Game of Thrones You Need in Preparation for the Final Season

    It is no secret that George R.R. Martin is a huge fan of the Grateful Dead. Not only has he been spotted in Mexico during Dead & Company’s Playing in the Sand and in Chicago at Fare Thee Well back in 2015, but he even allegedly calls his home “Terrapin Station.” So it is no surprise that lyrics and references Read More …

    April 13, 2019
    12 Shows at The Cap to Celebrate Jack Casady’s 75th Birthday

    Over the course of his almost 55-year long career, Jack Casady has established himself as one of the most influential bassists in the music world. From his beginnings with Jefferson Airplane to his success with celebrated blues group, Hot Tuna, Casady has remained a consistent presence and a powerhouse talent. A lot of this is due to his signature tonality, Read More …

    April 8, 2019
    Enter to Win the Ultimate Prize for Lettuce with John Scofield on 4/20
    reCAP :: The Record Company :: The Capitol Theatre :: 2019.04.05

    Words by Jordan Becker Photos by Geoff Tischman It was party night at The Cap on Friday, as a sold-out house celebrated The Peak’s (107.1 FM) 15th Birthday and honored its mission to bring “World Class Rock for New York’s Backyard.” The fun began with Peak DJs broadcasting from Garcia’s and delicious free food from Tarrytown’s Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse. Then Read More …