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  • October 20, 2016
    Photos :: Bob Weir :: 2016.10.16

    Bob Weir Celebrated his 69th birthday at The Cap with new music, old friends, and a packed room filled with cowboys and cowgirls on October 16th. Our love will not fade away, Bobby! Check out these photo selects from an unforgettable night at The Cap.
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    reCAP :: Squeeze w/ The English Beat :: 2016.10.15

    On Saturday, October 15th, we were brought back to the 80’s with a sold-out performance by New Wave pioneers: Squeeze.
    Since forming in the UK in 1973, Squeeze has undergone a plethora of line-up changes, but the genius songwriting partnership of Chris Difford and Glenn Tilbrook still lead the team on the 2016 tour.
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    Photos :: Coheed & Cambria w/ Saves The Day + Polyphia :: 2016.10.14

    Coheed & Cambria’s prog-rock mastery left The Cap speechless on October 14 . Here are a few photo selects from their performance.
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    October 17, 2016
    reCAP :: Joan Baez :: 2016.10.13

    You could tell this was a momentous occasion. Perhaps one of the last times Baez will be on tour. It seemed like the whole theater was excited to be there, excited to see her, and the memories were filled within the venue.
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    October 16, 2016
    5 Reasons Bob Weir is a Real Life Cowboy

    Happy Birthday, Bob Weir! To honor your life as a true American hero, and to celebrate your new album Blue Mountain, we’ve wrangled up a few of our favorite reasons why we think you’re a fearless cowboy, ridin’ hard on the dusty trail of life. We tip our hat to you, Cowboy! 1. Bob Weir always comes locked and loaded Read More …

    October 13, 2016
    6 of the Most Standout Toots Hibbert Collaborations

    Toots Hibbert of Toots and the Maytals is easily one of the most celebrated reggae artists in history. Rolling Stone magazine marked him one of their 100 Greatest Vocalists of All Time, along with artists like Aretha Franklin, Ray Charles, and Sam Cooke. An icon whose innovation has shaped every aspect of Jamaican music, we now live in a world Read More …

    September 26, 2016
    reCap :: Brian Fallon & The Crowes and Ryan Bingham :: 2016.09.23

    Words by Jon Chattman Photos by Geoff Tischman It was quite fitting that Brian Fallon and Ryan Bingham started their show at The Cap on Sept. 23 with a joint cover of Bruce Springsteen’s “Atlantic City.” The date marked the 67th birthday of “The Boss,” and more on point, it showcased two of the music world’s best Americana singer/songwriters saluting Read More …

    August 18, 2016
    The Cap Celebrates Turning the Big 90 with Fan Messages and Memories

    The Capitol Theatre, designed by famed architect Thomas Lamb, first opened its doors on Wednesday, August 18, 1926. Port Chester residents praised The Cap for its decorative beauty and luxurious comfort, and The Capitol Theatre became a place where memories were made and history was written. 90 years, cheers, and memories later, we’re honored to still be a place where Read More …

    August 15, 2016
    reCap :: Stella Blue’s Band w/ Melvin Seals :: 2016.08.07

    Words by Gary Blicksilver Photos by Geoff Tischman So heading up on a northbound train from Brooklyn to Port Chester, I had but one reoccurring thought – what was Stella Blue’s Band (SBB) accompanied by Melvin Seals, going to play this evening? For sure, this was to be a special show, one taking place within what some refer to as Read More …

    reCap :: YES :: 2016.08.12

    Words by Meredith Berke Photos by Geoff Tischman Yes, YES brought it to The Capitol Theatre. We started with a touching tribute to Chris Squire, the Yes bass player who passed away last year from leukemia. There were images of Squire throughout the years showing that Squire is with us in spirit, and he also wanted Yes to continue on. Read More …