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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…

    January 21, 2014
    reCAP :: Pixies :: 2014.01.19

    Pixies, were on fire from head to boot, their new bassist, Paz Lenchatin, laying down cover, while Francis and Santiago crumpled up the auditorium and then unruffled it and folded it into an airplane and flew it into the side of a mountain, as Lovering looked on from the tarmac, directing traffic. Read more…

    December 29, 2013
    reCAP :: Joe Russo’s Almost Dead :: 2013.12.27

    There may be nothing like a Grateful Dead convert, but an exemplary tribute band experience may still trump any other option. Fittingly, the final weekend of music at The Capitol Theatre, the historic venue that the Grateful Dead played 18 times in 1970-71 alone and that includes the bar Garcia’s, would commence with the definitive Grateful Dead tribute experience. In only their 2nd performance ever, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead impressed an almost sold-out show of joyous revelers who were provided an exquisite opportunity to dance and sing along again with their favorite songs for a full two sets of improvisational music covering the greatest jamband in musical history. Read more…

    December 24, 2013
    reCAP :: Lettuce + funky METERS :: 2013.12.21

    he Capitol Theatre hosted two of today’s funkiest bands, Lettuce and funky Meters. Holiday flower arrangements were placed on either side of the stage. The walls and ceiling were lit up with visuals to compliment the funk that was being thrown down. The crowd was pumped! Read more…

    December 16, 2013
    reCAP :: Tegan and Sara :: 2013.12.14

    For over a decade and a span of six albums, Canadian darlings Tegan and Sara Quin built a loyal fan base with true indie spirit, infectious music matched with brutally honest lyrics, and their respective lovably-biting personalities. This year, however, the wonder twins went in a totally different direction, putting out Heartthrob, an unapologetic pop record, whose first single — the 80s-centric “Closer” — propelled them into the mainstream. Read more…

    reCAP :: Turn Back The Cap: 1980s :: 2013.12.13

    How fitting it was that The Capitol Theatre chose Friday the 13th as the night to unleash its “Turn Back the Cap: 1980s” show. All night long, music from that beloved Jason Voorhees decade flowed like teen blood at Camp Crystal Lake courtesy of killer cover band Jessie’s Girl, who rocked our socks (and proverbial leg warmers) off the minute they took the stage in their traditional ‘80s spandex, along with 80s icons Martin Fry, Mike Score, Tiffany, and Rob Base. Read more…