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  • April 10, 2014
    reCAP :: Phil Lesh & Friends :: 2014.04.09

    Deadheads in the NYC region have always been shown love from the driving forces of the scene. Whether it be the Grateful Dead’s extensive east coast tours or the continuation of that ritual in the post Garcia world with marquees that now read Ratdog, Phil and Friends, Mickey Hart Band, or Furthur, there isn’t much room to complain as someone who lives in the greater NYC area. Pete Shapiro’s deal with Phil Lesh has shown 2014 will not be labeled as an exception.

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    April 7, 2014
    reCAP :: Phil Lesh & Friends :: 2014.04.05

    Phil Lesh and his friends have really presented The Capitol Theatre audiences with some very unique shows for the first three nights of their initial residency for 2014. The residency has included diverse covers of songs by artists like Big Mama Thorton, Nine Inch Nails, Ryan Adams, The Band, Pete Seeger and Marvin Gaye. The expectation from everyone in attendance was another amazing evening of surprises.

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    April 3, 2014
    reCAP :: Phil Lesh & Friends :: 2014.04.02

    Late in 2013, Grateful Dead/Further bassist Phil Lesh revealed in a New York Times news article that he was “…done with one nighters,” and tired of time wasted sitting on busses and waiting around to move on to the next gig. His solution wasn’t so much to retire from touring, but rather, to book a series of intimate residences, where he and his band of “Friends” would perform multiple dates in particular venues.

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    March 24, 2014
    reCAP :: Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue :: 2014.03.22

    Troy “Trombone Shorty” Andrews and his band Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue commanded a packed crowd at The Capitol Theatre with an energetic mix of rock, jazz, blues, and funk on Saturday, March 22.

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    March 18, 2014
    reCAP :: Deep Banana Blackout + Kung Fu :: 2014.03.15

    It was a bit of a Connecti-centric night at The Capitol Theatre on Saturday night! Two of Connecticut’s finest and funkiest bands, reflecting the state’s future funk kings and its historic funk legends, took over the theater, bringing a packed floor of fans with them. And without question, everyone came to get down.

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    March 13, 2014
    reCAP :: Melvin Seals & JGB :: 2014.03.08

    Since it reopened its doors a year and a half ago, The Cap has housed some stellar configurations sharing the joyous music celebrating the Grateful Dead and Jerry Garcia. Furthur, Ratdog, Phil and Friends have now been joined on the illustrious list by Melvin Seals and the Jerry Garcia Band.

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    March 10, 2014
    reCAP :: Melvin Seals & JGB :: 2014.03.07

    Melvin Seals and JGB engagement at the Capitol Theatre turned into an intimate affair at Garcia’s after a few simple twists of fate. The pre-show buzz from the crowd was very positive and enthusiastic that the show would be so intimate.

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    March 5, 2014
    reCAP :: Bob Weir and Ratdog :: 2014.03.02

    The Capitol Theatre has hosted its share of special performances. The level of musicianship that has graced the Cap’s the stage got another notch in its belt with the second night of Bob Weir and Ratdog on March 2, 2014.

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    March 4, 2014
    reCAP :: Bob Weir and Ratdog :: 2014.03.01

    A triumphant return to the Cap for Bobby! It’s safe to say that most eyes and ears were ready in anticipation for Weir’s return engagement at the Capitol Theatre, considering his challenging last appearance at the venue as a member of Furthur. However, one held little trepidation as to the outcome because Bobby started on fire and ultimately delivered an exemplary show.
     
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    February 28, 2014
    reCAP :: Zappa Plays Zappa :: 2014.02.28

    Fresh off a scorching case of testimonial reticular insurrection, the likes of which having not been documented since the great Nigerian bobsled championships in the winter of ’22, Zappa Plays Zappa came correct Friday night at The Capitol Theatre with the instrumental and organized diddlings of the late, great Frankie Zee. Yo! Frankee!

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