The Capitol Theater
As the week winds to a close, we are reflecting back with some thoughts about the undoubtedly historic run of musical performances that just occurred this past week at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY: Billy Strings’ “The Deja Vu Experiments,” which saw the bluegrass guitarist and his quartet play six consecutive shows at the rock palace, live-streamed to what was reported as over 30,000 viewers tuning in.
I last reviewed a streamed Billy Strings show in July. A lot has changed since then. Online concerts have grown more sophisticated, with platforms like Twitch taking the tech out of the artist’s hands. Billy’s hair? That too has changed from the oft braided locks of an up and comer to the mullet of someone who has arrived.
Matisyahu and FANS celebrate the joyous Jewish holiday of Hanukkah with three livestreams from the stage of Port Chester, New York’s The Capitol Theatre. The livestreams take place December 10, 11, and 17, exclusively on https://fans.live/matisyahu. Each event is available on-demand for 48 hours after it originally goes live.
Enjoy a glorious summer evening of music featuring The Head and The Heart's October 6, 2019 concert from The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York. It's easy to get lost in the music of The Head and The Heart. The acclaimed indie-folk band hailing out of Seattle is one of those bands that, fittingly, lingers in your head and holds a special place in your heart.
FANS invites viewers to kick-off the weekend with Billy Strings live from The Capitol Theatre on Friday, May 29. In January, Billy Strings rocked the sold-out Capitol Theatre with his bold bluegrass style. This Friday, May 29, FANS is revisiting this captivating set with a special rebroadcast that will have you ready to groove.
What's the top best-selling Bluegrass album of all time? Look no further than Bill Monroe. He is and always will be at the very top of the list. Bill Monroe is the Father of Bluegrass and for a good reason. Drawing a connection from Bill Monroe to Peter Rowan is not all that difficult. Peter Rowan got his start in the music business in the mid-1960s, playing as a twenty-something-year-old newbie in Bill's band, The Bluegrass Boys.