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  • November 2, 2017
    13 Reasons You Need to See The Shins Live

    From Oh, Inverted World to their newest release, The Shins continue to their find themselves back in the hearts of people everywhere with their latest album Heartworms. Refreshed from a five year hiatus, the band is taking their fans back to a simpler time, when the indie sound was new and still finding its way. Here are a few things Read More …

    November 1, 2017
    reCAP :: Primus :: 2017.10.29

    Words by Andrew DaRosa Photos by Chad Anderson Primus Sucks. To any person unknowing of the renowned jam-funk band, the aforementioned statement seems like a harsh assessment of a man. However, any fan of Primus understands that “Primus Sucks” is the highest term of endearment for a band that has specialized in the best, weirdest music you’ve ever heard for Read More …

    October 31, 2017
    This is an Awesome Conversation with Members of Chris Robinson Brotherhood

    In the cosmic ends of the universe, the sounds and sights of the Chris Robinson Brotherhood are floating through the airwaves, with outrageously enigmatic riffs and thought-provoking lyrics. On Friday, November 3, The CRB will touch down at The Cap for a voyage of discovery. Before we take our trip, we had the chance to sit down with guitarist Neal Read More …

    October 27, 2017
    7 of the Best Reasons to be Grateful for Tapers

    Words by: Olivia Viana The Grateful Dead have one of the most devoted fanbases ever, and we’re going to say that the most influential members of this fanbase are the tapers. These fellow Deadheads went to as many concerts as they could to record live performances, as well as to help capture the life and improvisational wizardry of the Grateful Read More …

    October 26, 2017
    reCAP :: Portugal. The Man w/ Lido and Maybird :: 2017.10.24

    Words by Jon Chattman Photos by Andrew Scott Blackstein It was fitting Portugal. The Man took the stage on the first night of the World Series on Oct. 22 at The Cap. To put it mildly, they came out swinging and knocked every song out the proverbial park. They started off with a pitch perfect jam of Metallica’s iconic “For Read More …

    October 25, 2017
    Don’t Tell Me This Town Ain’t Got No Soul: The Vibrant Palette of West End Blend

    Hailing from the West End of Hartford, CT, West End Blend comes to Garcia’s at The Cap on Thursday, November 2. Led by the fearless Erica T. Bryan, West End Blend’s dynamic performance and electrifying chemistry on stage will surely grab you by your soul. The “Blend” will make their debut at Garcia’s for an evening of good vibes and Read More …

    October 24, 2017
    Phil Lesh “Cap-o-Lantern” Pumpkin Carving Contest

    Look out, look out, The Candyman! The Capitol Theatre wants you to show off your creativity and transform an ordinary pumpkin into a masterpiece. Get those carving tools ready, creative juices flowing, and let your imagination run free. Your pumpkin must be at least 15lbs and all pumpkins must be received on Tuesday, October 31 by 5PM. Leave your pumpkin Read More …

    October 23, 2017
    Why Now is the Best Time Ever to see The Jauntee

    The Jauntee’s jamband vibes have been owning stages all over the country, and they’re making their debut at Garcia’s on November 26! Coming from Boston, the New England natives have gotten audiences hooked to their sound, both in the local area and beyond. We were able to talk with drummer Scott Ferber about their music and how they never fail Read More …

    October 20, 2017
    20 of the Most Inspiring Tom Petty Quotes That Will Motivate You to Live Life to the Fullest

    Rock ‘n’ roll legend Tom Petty passed away on October 2, 2017, and it came as another shock to the world of music. Through his iconic works, he’s left the world with an incredibly legacy. In honor of his birthday, below are some of our favorite quotes that help us live life to the fullest, and focus on the positive. Read More …

    October 17, 2017
    reCAP :: Modest Mouse w/ Mimicking Birds :: 2017.10.13 & 10.14

    Words by Jon Chattman & John William Mabery Photos by Marc Millman & Andrew Scott Blackstein Friday, 2017.10.13 Modest Mouse opened the first of two sold-out shows at The Cap on Oct. 13 with an interesting choice: their dreamy ballad “Strangers to Ourselves,” the self-titled track off their last album. Following a pitch perfect rendition of that slow-moving track, they Read More …