June 6, 2016
reCAP :: Bela Fleck & The Flecktones :: 2016.06.04

A Bela Fleck & the Flecktones performance can still stop time. You’re absorbed in the dazzling, genre-exploding interplay among four world-class musicians, you’re mesmerized by the choices they’re making about that musical interplay in real time, and, if it isn’t your first Flecktones rodeo, you’re perhaps feeling a bit nostalgic.
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June 5, 2016
This is Why CBDB Has Become a Must-See Band

We recently had the chance to talk with Kris Gottlieb from progressive rock/jamband CBDB. They’re bringing the noise to Garcia’s on Saturday, June 18 and in anticipation of their show, we asked them a few questions to get to know them and their music a little better. From sharing the stage with Umphrey’s McGee and The Wailers, to creating their Read More …

June 3, 2016
reCAP :: Peter Frampton :: 2016.06.01

Arriving at the Capitol Theater this past Wednesday evening I felt as though I had stumbled into a class reunion. Old friends gathering together eager with anticipation to relive if just for a couple of hours how they felt back in 1976 when they first saw Peter Frampton perform one of the best selling live albums of all time; Frampton Comes Alive!
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10 Things We’ve Learned from Mike Gordon’s Twitter Account

Happy birthday, Mike Gordon! Also known as “Cactus,” and as the man behind the rocket-propelled bass grenades for the band Phish, Mike Gordon’s eclectic personality can be seen both on and off the stage. From the brilliant, to the bizarre, Mike Gordon’s Twitter feed is pretty fantastic, and with only 140-characters to choose from, Gordon offers fans some funny insight Read More …

June 1, 2016
11 of the Most Insanely Awesome Les Claypool and Sean Lennon Collaborations

In anticipation of their show with the Dean Ween Group on Saturday, June 18, we’re revisiting some of the most bizarrely fascinating musical creations these two veteran artists have already given to the world over the past years has gotten us even more psyched for what lies ahead.
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reCAP :: The Strokes w/ Rey Pila :: 2016.05.31

On May 31, the garage-band icons previewed their upcoming set at the much smaller Cap, and the results were more intimate, arguably more intense, and obviously more air conditioned.
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May 31, 2016
Photos :: Phil Lesh & Friends :: 2016.05.29

The music never stopped as Phil Lesh & Friends kept the fire burning for the third night in a row at The Capitol Theatre. Here are a few photos selections from another outstanding night of musical magic.
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reCAP :: Phil Lesh & Friends :: 2016.05.27 + 2016.05.28

What makes the current Phil Lesh & Friends model so interesting — and ripe for pleasant surprise — is that sometimes, the personality of an assembled band isn’t readily apparent. Sure, long-established Phil & Friends lineups, such as the Q, have a set of expectations that accompany any show, informed by history.
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May 27, 2016
Here’s Everything You Need to Know About And The Traveler

We had the chance to talk with Max Johl from post progressive rock outfit And The Traveler before their upcoming show at Garcia’s on Friday, July 1. From transforming a school bus into a road warrior apparatus, to new lineup changes and additions, these guys never fail to showcase supreme passion and energy. Make sure to read up on the Read More …

May 26, 2016
13 of the Best Times Cap Alumni Crushed College Commencement Ceremonies

It seems that every year around this time, as hordes of college seniors dawn their cap and gown for graduation, we hear about the commencement speeches given by some of the world’s most influential people. As it turns out, you might have seen some of these speakers at The Capitol Theatre.
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