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  • November 17, 2014
    reCAP :: The String Cheese Incident :: 2014.11.11

    There is quite an interesting dynamic happening at The Capitol Theater throughout the month of November! What began on Halloween night with the first weekend of a month long residency of Phil Lesh & Friends – with a different band line-up each weekend – continued this Tuesday night with a highly energetic performance from Colorado’s String Cheese Incident (SCI), the first in a two-night stand from the band.
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    November 15, 2014
    reCAP :: Phil Lesh & Friends ft. Chris Robinson Brotherhood with Special Guest Eric Krasno :: 2014.11.08

    Saturday night at The Capitol Theater found Phil Lesh & Friends (The Chris Robinson Brotherhood, along with Joe Russo and jazz/funk luminary Eric Krasno) in fine form for two sets of classics from the cannon of The Grateful Dead and beyond. Once again, Lesh stepped back out of the spotlight for the most part and concentrated on his bass, leaving the singing to Robinson.
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    November 9, 2014
    reCAP :: Phil Lesh & Friends ft. Chris Robinson Brotherhood with Special Guest Eric Krasno :: 2014.11.07

    Once again Phil Lesh did not disappoint at The Capitol Theater. On the first night of the second weekend of a residency that see’s the former Grateful Dead bassist playing five weekends in a row at the theater however, he himself took a step back out of the spotlight. Instead it was the members of his backing band whose playing and skills were highlighted.
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    October 29, 2014
    reCAP :: Wilco :: 2014.10.28

    Wilco are classic rock revivalists. Much like 38 Special and The Black Crowes are renowned for bringing back great southern rock, Wilco has brought back great songwriting and melodic, dulcet melodies and harmonies akin to The Band and The Eagles and more, to a large contingent of passionate music fans.
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    October 23, 2014
    Toy Drive at The Cap to Benefit Port Chester Carver Center and Open Door Family Medical Centers on December 6

    The Capitol Theatre will host a toy drive on December 6 at Michael McDonald: An Evening of Holiday & Hits to benefit local organizations Port Chester Carver Center and Open Door Family Medical Centers.
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    October 21, 2014
    reCAP :: Amy Schumer :: 2014.10.18

    We all think it, but Amy Schumer says it. The name of her “Back Door Tour” speaks for itself, but isn’t that the point of comedy? Her words bring to life what we are all thinking but are reluctant to admit. Her demure appearance and charm activates the crowd in a comfortable way with her fearless words.
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    reCAP :: Jimmy Eat World w/ Minibosses :: 2014.10.17

    The death of grunge gave rise to “emo” pop rock in the early 2000s. Panic! At the Disco. Fall Out Boy. Dashboard Confessional. Yes, MTV’s TRL’s countdown soon blended mainstream R&B and syrupy boy and girl bands with emotive artists stuck in a soon-to-be overused genre category. Jimmy Eat World was thrown into that mix with their breakthrough Bleed American LP, which featured the breakout feel-good modern rock song “The Middle” and instant classic “Sweetness.”
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    Phil Lesh & Friends “Cap-0-Lantern” Pumpkin Carving Contest

    The Capitol Theatre wants you to get out your carving knives and show us your skills. Reach into your enchanted toolbox and whip out your special cutlery to carve out a one-of-a-kind pumpkin masterpiece! The best design wins and you can design anything you can imagine!
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    October 7, 2014
    Preview :: The Complete Last Waltz :: 2014.11.26

    Reviving a classic! The Complete Last Waltz recreates The Band’s legendary farewell concert “The Last Waltz” ​on November 26 The Band was one of the most popular and influential rock ‘n’ roll ensembles of their time. On Thanksgiving Eve, in 1976, The Band said farewell with a final concert at Bill Graham’s Winterland Ballroom in San Francisco, California. The goodbye Read More …

    September 29, 2014
    reCAP :: Robert Plant & The Sensational Space Shifters :: 2014.09.25

    Robert Plant at The Capitol Theatre was easily one of the most anticipated shows, for fans and staff alike. People lined up early to see Led Zeppelin’s “Golden God.” Seeing a bonafide rock ‘n’ roll hero with such a huge historic shadow over him gives everyone expectations that normal bands, rock stars, and singers don’t have.
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