• 149 WESTCHESTER AVENUE, PORT CHESTER, NY 10573-4549 · (914) 937-4126


  • Name
    Dan McCourt
    Location
    Born in da Bronx, grew up in Jersey, have relocated closer to my beloved Yankees since.
    Occupation
    Worked in publishing, “proofreader” the truest title, the one I’m proudest of.
    How long I’ve worked at The Cap
    Saw Dylan in September 2012, was ushering by October.
    Best show I’ve ever seen at The Cap
    Neil Young (worth the wait), Rascals on (“Once Upon a Dream,” took me way back), Steve Winwood, Joe Walsh, King Crimson, Phil (of course). Apologies to like 40 different deserving acts.
    Why I love ushering at The Cap
    Love music, love people, lovely people built – and maintain and patronize – The Cap.
    What makes The Cap different from other venues?
    The acoustics upstairs, the up-front-with-the-artists  (sometimes seated) crowd below, a killer Jefferson Airplane poster up top, and Garcia’s.
    Anything else you want people to know?
    Yankees, first and last, can’t help it.

    Name
    Dan McCourt
    Location
    Born in da Bronx, grew up in Jersey, have relocated closer to my beloved Yankees since.
    Occupation
    Worked in publishing, “proofreader” the truest title, the one I’m proudest of.
    How long I’ve worked at The Cap
    Saw Dylan in September 2012, was ushering by October.
    Best show I’ve ever seen at The Cap
    Neil Young (worth the wait), Rascals on (“Once Upon a Dream,” took me way back), Steve Winwood, Joe Walsh, King Crimson, Phil (of course). Apologies to like 40 different deserving acts.
    Why I love ushering at The Cap
    Love music, love people, lovely people built – and maintain and patronize – The Cap.
    What makes The Cap different from other venues?
    The acoustics upstairs, the up-front-with-the-artists  (sometimes seated) crowd below, a killer Jefferson Airplane poster up top, and Garcia’s.
    Anything else you want people to know?
    Yankees, first and last, can’t help it.

    Name
    Dan McCourt
    Location
    Born in da Bronx, grew up in Jersey, have relocated closer to my beloved Yankees since.
    Occupation
    Worked in publishing, “proofreader” the truest title, the one I’m proudest of.
    How long I’ve worked at The Cap
    Saw Dylan in September 2012, was ushering by October.
    Best show I’ve ever seen at The Cap
    Neil Young (worth the wait), Rascals on (“Once Upon a Dream,” took me way back), Steve Winwood, Joe Walsh, King Crimson, Phil (of course). Apologies to like 40 different deserving acts.
    Why I love ushering at The Cap
    Love music, love people, lovely people built – and maintain and patronize – The Cap.
    What makes The Cap different from other venues?
    The acoustics upstairs, the up-front-with-the-artists  (sometimes seated) crowd below, a killer Jefferson Airplane poster up top, and Garcia’s.
    Anything else you want people to know?
    Yankees, first and last, can’t help it.

    Name
    Dan McCourt
    Location
    Born in da Bronx, grew up in Jersey, have relocated closer to my beloved Yankees since.
    Occupation
    Worked in publishing, “proofreader” the truest title, the one I’m proudest of.
    How long I’ve worked at The Cap
    Saw Dylan in September 2012, was ushering by October.
    Best show I’ve ever seen at The Cap
    Neil Young (worth the wait), Rascals on (“Once Upon a Dream,” took me way back), Steve Winwood, Joe Walsh, King Crimson, Phil (of course). Apologies to like 40 different deserving acts.
    Why I love ushering at The Cap
    Love music, love people, lovely people built – and maintain and patronize – The Cap.
    What makes The Cap different from other venues?
    The acoustics upstairs, the up-front-with-the-artists  (sometimes seated) crowd below, a killer Jefferson Airplane poster up top, and Garcia’s.
    Anything else you want people to know?
    Yankees, first and last, can’t help it.

    Name
    Dan McCourt
    Location
    Born in da Bronx, grew up in Jersey, have relocated closer to my beloved Yankees since.
    Occupation
    Worked in publishing, “proofreader” the truest title, the one I’m proudest of.
    How long I’ve worked at The Cap
    Saw Dylan in September 2012, was ushering by October.
    Best show I’ve ever seen at The Cap
    Neil Young (worth the wait), Rascals on (“Once Upon a Dream,” took me way back), Steve Winwood, Joe Walsh, King Crimson, Phil (of course). Apologies to like 40 different deserving acts.
    Why I love ushering at The Cap
    Love music, love people, lovely people built – and maintain and patronize – The Cap.
    What makes The Cap different from other venues?
    The acoustics upstairs, the up-front-with-the-artists  (sometimes seated) crowd below, a killer Jefferson Airplane poster up top, and Garcia’s.
    Anything else you want people to know?
    Yankees, first and last, can’t help it.

    Name
    Dan McCourt
    Location
    Born in da Bronx, grew up in Jersey, have relocated closer to my beloved Yankees since.
    Occupation
    Worked in publishing, “proofreader” the truest title, the one I’m proudest of.
    How long I’ve worked at The Cap
    Saw Dylan in September 2012, was ushering by October.
    Best show I’ve ever seen at The Cap
    Neil Young (worth the wait), Rascals on (“Once Upon a Dream,” took me way back), Steve Winwood, Joe Walsh, King Crimson, Phil (of course). Apologies to like 40 different deserving acts.
    Why I love ushering at The Cap
    Love music, love people, lovely people built – and maintain and patronize – The Cap.
    What makes The Cap different from other venues?
    The acoustics upstairs, the up-front-with-the-artists  (sometimes seated) crowd below, a killer Jefferson Airplane poster up top, and Garcia’s.
    Anything else you want people to know?
    Yankees, first and last, can’t help it.

    Name
    Dan McCourt
    Location
    Born in da Bronx, grew up in Jersey, have relocated closer to my beloved Yankees since.
    Occupation
    Worked in publishing, “proofreader” the truest title, the one I’m proudest of.
    How long I’ve worked at The Cap
    Saw Dylan in September 2012, was ushering by October.
    Best show I’ve ever seen at The Cap
    Neil Young (worth the wait), Rascals on (“Once Upon a Dream,” took me way back), Steve Winwood, Joe Walsh, King Crimson, Phil (of course). Apologies to like 40 different deserving acts.
    Why I love ushering at The Cap
    Love music, love people, lovely people built – and maintain and patronize – The Cap.
    What makes The Cap different from other venues?
    The acoustics upstairs, the up-front-with-the-artists  (sometimes seated) crowd below, a killer Jefferson Airplane poster up top, and Garcia’s.
    Anything else you want people to know?
    Yankees, first and last, can’t help it.

    Name
    Dan McCourt
    Location
    Born in da Bronx, grew up in Jersey, have relocated closer to my beloved Yankees since.
    Occupation
    Worked in publishing, “proofreader” the truest title, the one I’m proudest of.
    How long I’ve worked at The Cap
    Saw Dylan in September 2012, was ushering by October.
    Best show I’ve ever seen at The Cap
    Neil Young (worth the wait), Rascals on (“Once Upon a Dream,” took me way back), Steve Winwood, Joe Walsh, King Crimson, Phil (of course). Apologies to like 40 different deserving acts.
    Why I love ushering at The Cap
    Love music, love people, lovely people built – and maintain and patronize – The Cap.
    What makes The Cap different from other venues?
    The acoustics upstairs, the up-front-with-the-artists  (sometimes seated) crowd below, a killer Jefferson Airplane poster up top, and Garcia’s.
    Anything else you want people to know?
    Yankees, first and last, can’t help it.

    Name
    Dan McCourt
    Location
    Born in da Bronx, grew up in Jersey, have relocated closer to my beloved Yankees since.
    Occupation
    Worked in publishing, “proofreader” the truest title, the one I’m proudest of.
    How long I’ve worked at The Cap
    Saw Dylan in September 2012, was ushering by October.
    Best show I’ve ever seen at The Cap
    Neil Young (worth the wait), Rascals on (“Once Upon a Dream,” took me way back), Steve Winwood, Joe Walsh, King Crimson, Phil (of course). Apologies to like 40 different deserving acts.
    Why I love ushering at The Cap
    Love music, love people, lovely people built – and maintain and patronize – The Cap.
    What makes The Cap different from other venues?
    The acoustics upstairs, the up-front-with-the-artists  (sometimes seated) crowd below, a killer Jefferson Airplane poster up top, and Garcia’s.
    Anything else you want people to know?
    Yankees, first and last, can’t help it.

    Name
    Dan McCourt
    Location
    Born in da Bronx, grew up in Jersey, have relocated closer to my beloved Yankees since.
    Occupation
    Worked in publishing, “proofreader” the truest title, the one I’m proudest of.
    How long I’ve worked at The Cap
    Saw Dylan in September 2012, was ushering by October.
    Best show I’ve ever seen at The Cap
    Neil Young (worth the wait), Rascals on (“Once Upon a Dream,” took me way back), Steve Winwood, Joe Walsh, King Crimson, Phil (of course). Apologies to like 40 different deserving acts.
    Why I love ushering at The Cap
    Love music, love people, lovely people built – and maintain and patronize – The Cap.
    What makes The Cap different from other venues?
    The acoustics upstairs, the up-front-with-the-artists  (sometimes seated) crowd below, a killer Jefferson Airplane poster up top, and Garcia’s.
    Anything else you want people to know?
    Yankees, first and last, can’t help it.