The Capitol Theater
StraxArt™, the principal brand of parent company Strax Technologies Inc., and official worldwide licensee of Jerry Garcia’s artworks and innovative firm behind a new wave of limited edition digital art collections and film experiences, including the popular online “Jerry Garcia Collection,” is proud to announce the national launch of the new “Jerry Garcia Music and Art Exhibition” featuring StraxAR™ augmented reality at The Capitol Theatre and Garcia’s, Port Chester, New York, Thursday, August 1st, 2019, the birthday of the late Jerry Garcia. This event will also be presented by Relix, a print and online publication with a spectacular history with the Grateful Dead and their fans.
In anticipation of their long-awaited reunion show a The Capitol Theatre on April 27th, Dopapod will start to systematically release their catalog of live recordings on Nugs.net. As of today, the first 5 shows have been released and are currently available to stream: http://bit.ly/DopapodNugsNet.
If you’ve seen Dead and Company even once, you most likely have witnessed the infectious energy and enthusiasm radiating outward from the band’s bassist, Oteil Burbridge. It’s hard not to take notice of, or even have impacted you profoundly. Whether he’s playing beside members of The Allman Brothers, The Grateful Dead, or JRAD, there’s never a time when Oteil Burbridge isn’t smiling or dancing around in place on stage, compelled by and compelling others to the sublime music he’s making.
Dead On Live, a multi-instrumentalist Grateful Dead cover band will perform at The Capitol Theatre on Friday, December 14th. This impressive cast of world class musicians is working with Asbury Audio to recreate a modern-day, monster sound system based on the Dead's historic Wall of Sound and are among a group that are turning to the sounds and styles of the world’s most freewheeling band (Noisey).
Guitarist Tom Hamilton (Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, Ghost Light) and pianist Holly Bowling (Ghost Light) will delve into the legendary catalogue of the Grateful Dead at Port Chester’s The Capitol Theatre on Friday, June 1. Ushering in a new level of intimacy, Hamilton and Bowling will utilize acoustic instruments to explore the vast realms of the Dead’s music.