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  • December 6, 2018
    5 Reasons Why Jason Hann Makes Us Feel So Good, Proven By Science

    Drums — they’re good for your health! If you love music, you know how a great beat can improve your mood. Heavy-hitting percussionists like Jason Hann work their magic like musical doctors to enhance our physical and emotional health, boost our immune system, and produce feelings of pure euphoria! Attending a concert with The String Cheese Incident can provide these Read More …

    November 28, 2018
    The Journey of Radio Legend Jimmy Fink: From a Summer Job to a Lifetime in Radio

    Take a first-hand look as we dig into the career and experiences of broadcasting legend Jimmy Fink, and be sure to come out to his After 6 Holiday party at Garcia’s on December 7 with featured band Scars on 45! Doors open at 5PM! We spoke with Jimmy about his start in radio, his most compelling interviews, the origin of Read More …

    September 25, 2018
    Head Usher Brian Lynch Celebrates The Cap’s Sixth Anniversary with His Favorite Shows

    The Cap celebrated our sixth year of live music magic this September! Since re-opening in 2012, we’ve had an amazing ride and can’t thank all of our fans and staff enough for their support. We spoke with Head Usher Brian Lynch about his most memorable moments from The Cap. Although this list could stretch for miles, Brian has narrowed it Read More …

    September 24, 2018
    reCAP :: Party Rock: 80s, 90s, 2000s and Today’s Top 40 :: 2018.09.21

    Words by: Victoria Caputo Photos by: Geoff Tischman The Cap was brought back quite a few decades, thanks to the help of the amazing Party Rock! Party Rock brings together songs from the 80s, 90s, 2000s and today’s Top 40. Their talent roster includes some members of other cover bands, including Jessie’s Girl, the 80s cover band who rocked The Read More …

    September 19, 2018
    reCAP :: Gary Clark Jr. :: 2018.09.13

    Words by: Phil Renart Photos by: Geoff Tischman September 13th was a loud night. A spectacularly loud night. A night proud of its loudness—from the screaming fans to the bands themselves. When the opening act, Think No Think first strutted out onto the stage, it is my assumption that most in the audience did not know what to expect. As Read More …

    41 of Our Favorite Killer Queen Facts

    The iconic rock ‘n’ roll sensation Queen took fans by storm during the 70s, 80s, and 90s becoming one of the most recognizable musical groups across the globe. Celebrating the music of Queen, Queen Extravaganza comes to The Cap on TUE, SEP 25. Queen fans will be thrilled to learn that there will be a chance to hear all their Read More …

    September 4, 2018
    Read Peter Shapiro’s Speech from The Cap’s Opening Night in 2012

    Welcome to The Capitol Theatre! It’s been a long strange trip and for me it began at a Grateful Dead show at Rosemont Horizon in Chicago on March 11, 1993. Everyone laughs when they hear that, but it’s a true story, the details of which are probably best saved for a more… intimate environment. (Although it was “The Ken Nordine Read More …

    August 31, 2018
    reCAP :: East Coast Rednecks w/ Dead Weight Burden :: 2018.08.30 :: Garcia’s at The Cap

    Words and photos by: Victoria Caputo Garcia’s is always a rockin’ place, and tonight was no exception! Two local bands brought the place alive with their original rock n’ roll tunes! The first band to perform was Dead Weight Burden, a powerhouse rock n’roll band right from Port Chester. The band consists of powerful trio that serves up some of Read More …

    reCAP :: Foundation of Funk :: 2018.08.23

    Words by: Ryan Hall Photos by: Dino Perrucci New Orleans…the Big Easy…down on the Bayou… That’s a city that has an energy all its own. Apart from so many beautiful memories of huge college football games for my Alabama Crimson Tide, most of the energy comes from the amazing music born on the Bayou. The Capitol Theatre got a big, Read More …

    August 19, 2018
    reCAP :: Jeff Beck :: 2018.08.15

    Words by: Jason Donnelly Photos by: Geoff Tischman It’s not every day that you get to watch one of the greatest guitar players of all time strum his six-string for you, but that’s just what a sold-out show got to do at The Capitol Theatre. And before we get into the actual performance, I’m kind of sad about how few Read More …