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  • March 2, 2017
    Why Joe Russo’s Hooteroll? + Plus! Will Be A Powerful Experience for Jerry Garcia Fans

    On November 1, 1971, Jerry Garcia and Howard Wales’ jazz-rock fusion album Hooteroll? was born. This album would go on to become a beloved cult classic. On Friday, April 7, drummer Joe Russo will bring this iconic album to life on our stage. Russo will be playing the songs and themes from the album, along with selections by Keith Jarrett, Read More …

    February 27, 2017
    reCAP :: Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue w/ Funky Dawgz Brass Band :: 2017.02.16

    On February 16, 2017, The Capitol Theatre was no longer The Original Rock Palace that resides in Port Chester, NY. Thanks to Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, with support from Funky Dawgz Brass Band, the venue and all of its funk-thirsty inhabitants were transported to the heart of New Orleans for an evening of jazz, funk, and unprecedented musicianship.
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    February 22, 2017
    reCAP :: Anders Osborne w/ Jackie Greene :: 2017.02.18

    Anders Osborne’s music sounds like life’s torn-n-frayed edges: rage, regret, resignation, release, and, if you catch him on the right day where things have fallen into place and the narrators of his songs are looking up instead of down or back, beauty and contentment.
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    February 16, 2017
    reCAP :: John Fogerty :: 2017.02.15

    When I was a teenager, I had a Creedence Clearwater Revival best of titled “Chronicle.” The album, or aging myself – cassette – was 20 songs long and I played them over and over to the point I thought the tape would explode. Last night – Feb. 15 – John Fogerty belted out 15 of them at The Cap.
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    February 7, 2017
    Facebook Fan Q&A With Anders Osborne

    You asked, Anders Osborne answered. Keep reading if you want to find out where Anders Osborne loves to eat in New Orleans, who his greatest influences are, and everything in between. See him at The Cap with special guest Jackie Greene, Assembly of Dust, and The Ghost of Paul Revere on Saturday, February 18. Get your tickets here–>> HERE! Jerry Read More …

    Photos :: Railroad Earth w/ Tauk :: 2017.02.04

    Photos by Dino Perrucci
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    Photos :: Pink Talking Fish Stops Making Sense w/ Reed Mathis & Electric Beethoven :: 2017.02.03

    Photos by Scott Harris
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    January 21, 2017
    10 Reasons Why Squirrels Are the Rock Stars of the Animal Kingdom

    At The Capitol Theatre squirrels are our mascots, decorating the inside of the theater. They rock out with the musicians and have been dedicated fans, seeing every show! These little critters definitely know how to have fun. Here’s some reasons why we think squirrels are the rock stars of the animal kingdom. 1. Squirrels come in various shapes and sizes Read More …

    January 19, 2017
    Why Pink Talking Fish Stops Making Sense Will Be One of the Most Historic Celebrations Ever

    It’s been 33 years since the Talking Heads released their legendary concert film, Stop Making Sense. Directed by Academy Award winner Jonathan Demme, Stop Making Sense has been hailed as one of the greatest concert films of all time. As The Cap’s first show of 2017, Pink Talking Fish will be doing a full rendition of the film, interjected with Read More …

    January 10, 2017
    Lost Leaders Discuss Debuting Their New EP At Garcia’s

    We got the chance to speak with Peter Cole and Byron Issacs from Lost Leaders. They’ve played for a sold out crowd of 2,000 in The Capitol Theatre and are coming back for more, this time at Garcia’s on January 13. It’s a special night as they will be debuting their new EP, “Heavy Lifting 1. You’ve opened for Trigger Read More …