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  • May 24, 2018
    10 Places in New York to Visit if You Love Bob Dylan

    The Capitol Theatre would like to wish Bob Dylan a very happy 77th birthday! On September 4, 2012, Dylan’s magic helped to set the tone for our newly renovated theater as our very first performer on the new stage. It was 5 years later that he would return to play our 500th show. New York has several of Dylan’s musical Read More …

    May 21, 2018
    reCAP :: The Englishtown Project :: 2018.05.18 :: Garcia’s at The Cap

    Words by Ryan Hall Photos by Rob Schmidt Friday, May 18, 2018 was one of the heaviest news days in recent memory. From the horrifying school shooting in Texas, to the bus crash near the Lincoln Tunnel, and the deadly plane crash in Cuba – I couldn’t help but think, ‘What’s next?’ And not in a good way. And even Read More …

    May 18, 2018
    reCAP :: Hannibal Buress :: 2018.05.17

    Words by Jon Chattman Photos by Marc Millman You caught him recently in the comedy Blockers, and will go see him this summer in Tag. You already love him on Comedy Central’s Broad City, listen to his podcast regularly, and still marvel at his work on The Eric Andre Show. You forgive him for last summer’s Baywatch, didn’t know he Read More …

    reCAP :: Dark Star Orchestra :: 2018.05.11

    Words by Howard Weiner Photos by Scott Harris “Touch of Grey” kicked off Dark Star Orchestra’s performance on Friday night and the wheels began to spin. This eliminated a recreation of any Grateful Dead show prior to 1983. When Lisa Mackey swayed to the mic to provide harmony on “Feel Like a Stranger,” I realized that this show would be Read More …

    May 3, 2018
    How Founding Allman Brothers Band Drummer Jaimoe Celebrates the Past While Making Way for the Future

    Jaimoe was the first member Duane Allman hired for his fledgling Allman Brothers Band, shortly after the drummer and guitarist met in 1968 at Fame Studios in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, where Duane was playing sessions. Jaimoe, a native of Gulfport, Mississippi and a veteran of Otis Redding, Percy Sledge and other r&b bands, was on his way to New York Read More …

    April 18, 2018
    reCAP :: As The Crow Flies :: 2018.04.17

    Words by Chad Berndtson Photos by Marc Millman The ol’ Cap has seen plenty of landmark moments, and last night played host to a significant one for 2018 — the launch of As the Crow Flies, a band of ringers behind mighty Chris Robinson, focused on Black Crowes classics and an audience that, well, really wants to hear Robinson sing Read More …

    April 9, 2018
    reCAP :: Daughtry :: 2018.04.04

    Words by Victoria Caputo Photos by Scott Harris The 2000’s were a decade of new bands blossoming and the music industry skyrocketing, and Daughtry was a major part of that. In 2006, Daughtry, hit the musical scene with their first album Daughtry and they haven’t stopped delivering amazing music! Following Daughtry, they went on to release Leave This Town (2009), Read More …

    April 1, 2018
    The Capitol Theatre Presents The Squirrely Awards!

    Ladies and gentlemen… Proud to announce the first annual Squirrely Awards presented by The Capitol Theatre. Since re-opening in 2012, we’ve had the pleasure of hosting countless music icons and legendary comedians, who have gracefully scampered, leaped, and burrowed their way into our hearts. Check out the categories and nominees below and stay tuned for the official announcement of the Read More …

    March 30, 2018
    10 Live Performances That Embody The Essence Of Eric Clapton

    Words by Justin Ciuzio Eric Clapton has solidified himself as one of the most influential and skilled artists of all time. Join us as we celebrate the essence of his live performances which encapsulate what makes him such a treasure to rock ‘n’ roll. Cheers to one of our greatest musical inspirations. 1. Yardbird “Louise” Taking on a classic John Read More …

    March 15, 2018
    reCAP :: Steve Winwood + Phil Lesh & The Terrapin Family Band :: 2018.03.14

    Words by Chad Berndtson Photos by Marc Millman Phil Lesh and Steve Winwood are 78 (today!) and nearly 70, respectively, and yet somehow, their much-anticipated co-bill at the Cap (“PhilWood,” as it was affectionately dubbed within seconds of being announced) was all about youthful vitality. There’s the avuncular, sage-like Lesh, grinning ever widely, proud that his time focusing on the Read More …