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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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    February 27, 2014
    reCAP :: Foreigner :: 2014.02.22

    The Capitol Theatre successfully played the role of Doc Brown and brought us back in time on Saturday, February 22nd. Powerhouse band, Foreigner relived its heyday from the late 70’s and early 80’s with an intensely passionate two hour sold-out performance in front of a rabid mature crowd.

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    February 26, 2014
    reCAP :: Galactic :: 2014.02.14

    The Capitol Theatre served up a beautiful three course meal of music on Valentine’s Day. Funk pioneers Galactic were sandwiched between the incendiary and relentlessly energetic JJ Grey and Mofro, and the melodic jam musings from 14 year old guitar phenom, Bobby Paltauf, and his band. It was a euphoric event marked to celebrate a cohesion of love on the special day through an equally powerful four letter word: funk

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    February 25, 2014
    reCAP:: Wetland’s 25th Anniversary Show with moe., Special Guests :: 2014.02.08

    The second night celebrating the now defunct Wetlands Preserve that stood proud for thirteen years in downtown NYC, continued their 25th Anniversary celebration by becoming a full-on throwdown in Port Chester, with moe. headlining both evenings.

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    reCAP:: Wetland’s 25th Anniversary Show with moe., Special Guests :: 2014.02.07

    An exciting mix of special guests and Wetlands Preserve veterans joined headliner moe. at The Capitol Theatre for the kick off celebration of the Wetlands 25th Anniversary Celebration on Friday, Feb. 7. The musicians joined forces to honor the Cap owner Peter Shapiro’s Tribeca Wetlands venue that enjoyed a solid 13-year run from 1989 until it closed in 2001.

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    February 7, 2014
    reCAP: Wynton Marsalis and Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra :: 2014.02.06

    Wynton Marsalis and The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra brought their swing and cool jazz sounds last night when they visited The Capitol Theatre.

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    February 6, 2014
    reCAP:: Ms. Lauryn Hill :: 2014.01.31

    Devoted fans and listeners gathered at The Capitol Theatre on a cold, January night for a total hip-hop experience. On Friday January 31st, Port Chester finally welcomed the unique and electric Ms. Lauryn Hill.

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    January 25, 2014
    reCAP :: The Midnight Ramble Band :: 2014.01.24

    The Cap delighted us again with surprises! The rabid fan base in attendance bore witness to The Midnight Ramble Band as they passionately performed an array of classic tunes on Friday, January 25. The line-up of Larry Campbell, Byron Isaacs, Amy Helm, Erik Lawrence, Teresa Williams, Jim Weider, Steven Bernstein, Jay Collins, and Justin Guip was pleasantly augmented by a surprise sit-in by Little Feat’s Bill Payne, who admirably filled in on keys for Brian Mitchell to share a bevy of sing-a-long mayhem. Read more…