Found: 5
  • July 22
    2018

    SUNDAY
    6:30 PM
    Garcia’s at The Capitol Theatre 145 Westchester Avenue Port Chester NY

    Thomas John is a global psychic sensation who has wowed audiences across the world with his impressively accurate messages from ‘the other side’. Hosting sold-out events such as A Night with Spirit, Spirit Circles and Dinner with the Dead, Thomas John is one of the nation’s most coveted psychic mediums. Bi-Coastally based, his gifts continue to be in high demand with influencers, A-list celebrities, and those at crossroads in life from coast to coast and around the globe. Thomas John, gifted since birth, connected with the spirit of his late paternal grandfather at the tender age of four and correctly described to his parents the location of a missing wrist watch that had haunted the family for years (Grandpa’s best friend Jack had it!). From that point forward, Thomas and his family knew he had prodigious abilities, unlike any they had experienced before. Though born with the spiritual skills to communicate with the dead, he didn’t always embrace them. At the age of 18, Thomas began his studies at the University of Chicago. Graduating with a degree in Psychology and Human Development, with departmental honors, Thomas pursued research internships at Yale University and The University of Massachusetts at Amherst, where he was a lead research assistant on studies related to psychopathology and personality. During these internships, Thomas John was the author of three peer-reviewed publications. He was accepted into graduate school programs in medical research, but through the guidance of several of his own deceased loved ones, decided at the last minute to further develop his abilities as an intuitive, and began his metaphysical studies in New York City. In recent years, Thomas’ infallible track record, ethics and down-to-Earth approach as a psychic medium has lead him to being known as one of the world’s top psychics and has earned him an honorable reputation in the industry. Thomas John has also had countless visions surrounding medical breakthroughs, political events, and natural disasters, which have come to pass in record time. His first novel is Never Argue with a Dead Person: True and Unbelievable Stories from the Other Side. A message from our owner Peter Shapiro, "I don't believe in "Mediums" and those who say they can communicate with "the other side." Call me a skeptic, but I just am not that guy. Well, that's how I was until I saw Thomas John performing (or doing what he does) in NYC in 2016. I have never seen anything like that. It was in my own venue with a big and diverse enough crowd that it couldn't be anything other than real. I watched...

  • July 27
    2018

    FRIDAY
    7 PM
    The Capitol Theatre 149 Westchester Avenue Port Chester, NY 10573

    An Evening With Glen Hansard Fri, July 27, 2018 Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm The Capitol Theatre Port Chester, NY $35/$45/$65 (ADVANCE) $40/$50/$70 (DAY OF SHOW) On Sale Fri, March 23, 2018 12:00 pm EDT This event is 18 and over This event will have a general admission standing room only floor and a reserved seated Loge and Balcony. Reserved Loge and Balcony tickets will NOT have access to the general admission floor. 18 & over unless accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Glen Hansard Marking his third solo album, singer-song-writer Glen Hansard will release Between Two Shores on January 19, 2018 via Anti-. Following up 2015’s GRAMMY nominated Didn’t He Ramble, and his 2012 solo debut Rhythm and Repose, the ten-track collection was produced by Hansard himself for the first time. The culmination of more than six years of writing and recording, Between Two Shores came together in only a matter of weeks. This past March, Hansard booked himself time at Black Box Studios in France with the original idea of taking inventory of his songbook. Working again with former Frames bandmate and producer David Odlum, Hansard was in search of a direction for his next record. As he trove through his previous sessions, various ideas and home recordings, a sketch of an unplanned record began to take shape. The aptly titled “Setting Forth” became the catalyst for the direction Hansard hoped to achieve with Between Two Shores. Recorded with drummer extraordinaire Brian Blade and members of his Fellowship Band the song tackles themes of self-doubt in a time when it’s impossible not to be riddled with uncertainty. The album’s lead track “Time Will be the Healer” is a hopeful plea to a forlorn lover that also speaks to the way for-ward in the current social climate. Indeed, it would be impossible not to in some way address the politics of the day, which Hansard does in “Wheels on Fire” and its refrain of “We will overcome!” Listen to “Time Will Be The Healer” here. While the record truly came together in France, Between Two Shores features material captured in New York and Chicago with a revolving cast of musicians. In addition to Blade, the record also features Thomas Bartlett, Brad Albetta and Rob Moose who ap-peared on much of Rhythm and Repose. However it’s Glen’s touring band – Joseph Doyle, Rob Bochnik, Graham Hopkins, Justin Carroll, Michael Buckley, Ronan Dooney and Curtis Fowlkes – that feature most prominently and take center stage on tracks like the upbeat E Street shuffle of “Roll On Slow” and the Van-tastic “Why Woman.” The album’s title comes from Hansards...

  • Aug 19
    2018

    SUNDAY
    4 PM
    Jazz Forum 1 Dixon Lane Tarrytown, New York 10591

    Born in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, Denise Reis is a singer, guitarist and composer. Denise began studying guitar at age 10 and four years later, in 1986, she was invited to take part in a European tour. As her musical career progressed, she found widespread acclaim and encouragement from the Brazilian people and media. Her album “Alfândega”, launched in 2007, debuts many of her own compositions and features musical production by Denise herself, Marcelo Nami and acclaimed percussionist Marcos Suzano. During the last few years, Denise has been invited to tour in various countries including Senegal, Ukraine, Venezuela, Portugal, and Israel, where she had the privilege of working with some of the world’s most famous and talented international artists. In 2009 Denise was honored with an invitation to compose a song and perform for His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama in Albany, NY. Denise amazes and delights audiences from around the world with her warmth, unique artistic expression and exquisite musicality. Her music, rich with emotion and Latin-American textures, speaks to the human ear and heart, allowing concertgoers and listeners to experience commonalities of human experience transcending all cultural barriers.

  • Sep 13
    2018

    THURSDAY
    7 PM
    The Capitol Theatre 149 Westchester Avenue Port Chester, NY 10573

    Gary Clark Jr. Thu, September 13, 2018 Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm The Capitol Theatre Port Chester, NY $42.50/$59.50 (ADVANCE) $47.50/$64.50 (DAY OF SHOW) TICKETS This event is 18 and over The Gary Clark Jr. show, originally scheduled for Thursday June 7th, 2018 have now been rescheduled for Thursday September 13th, 2018. Tickets originally purchased for June 7th will be honored for the new show. Refunds for patrons unable to attend the new show will be available at point of purchase. This event will have a general admission standing room only floor and a reserved seated Loge and Balcony. Reserved Loge and Balcony tickets will NOT have access to the general admission floor. 18 & over unless accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. “Come Together” was never the most sensical song in the Beatles’ catalog, but when John Lennon wrote one line in the last verse — “He got muddy water, he one mojo filter” — maybe he was having a prophetic moment. Almost four decades later, that rock classic has been covered for the Justice League soundtrack by Gary Clark Jr., a man who assuredly has a lot of Muddy Waters in him, and who’s got his mojo filter working full-time, transforming the greatest, most time-tested tropes of traditional American music into the blazing-est rock and roll this side of a Jimi Hendrix bonfire. There’s another line amid the lyrical insanity of “Come Together” that feels apropos, too: “He just do what he please.” That befits Clark, a one-time teen prodigy of Austin’s roots music scene who’s gone on in his 20s and early 30s to embrace the widest possible world of music. Even as he remains the best young distiller the blues could have asked for, purism is the last thing on his mind. “My whole foundation is based in blues, and that’s what I have a reputation for doing,” says Clark. “But I’ve always been somebody who said that I don’t know what to expect of myself, so you shouldn’t expect anything from me. I’ll hear some comments from people who say stuff to me when I go back home: ‘Hey, just play blues’ or ‘Hey, just do this.’ But as a human being, and somebody who doesn’t want to stay in the same place, to not experiment and explore and try to discover new things would be a waste of time for me, personally. I’m curious.” So, naturally, when he got a call asking if he’d be interested in collaborating with electronically inclined producer Junkie XL on a transformative remake of “Come Together,” he showed up. This was even though, on the initial approach, they wouldn’t tell him what it was for, everything having to do with Justice League being...

  • Sep 14
    2018

    FRIDAY
    7 PM
    The Capitol Theatre 149 Westchester Avenue Port Chester, NY 10573

    Gary Clark Jr. Fri, September 14, 2018 Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm The Capitol Theatre Port Chester, NY $42.50/$59.50 (ADVANCE) $47.50/$64.50 (DAY OF SHOW) TICKETS This event is 18 and over The Gary Clark Jr. show, originally scheduled for Friday June 8th, 2018 have now been rescheduled for Friday September 14th, 2018. Tickets originally purchased for June 8th will be honored for the new show. Refunds for patrons unable to attend the new show will be available at point of purchase. This event will have a general admission standing room only floor and a reserved seated Loge and Balcony. Reserved Loge and Balcony tickets will NOT have access to the general admission floor. 18 & over unless accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. “Come Together” was never the most sensical song in the Beatles’ catalog, but when John Lennon wrote one line in the last verse — “He got muddy water, he one mojo filter” — maybe he was having a prophetic moment. Almost four decades later, that rock classic has been covered for the Justice League soundtrack by Gary Clark Jr., a man who assuredly has a lot of Muddy Waters in him, and who’s got his mojo filter working full-time, transforming the greatest, most time-tested tropes of traditional American music into the blazing-est rock and roll this side of a Jimi Hendrix bonfire. There’s another line amid the lyrical insanity of “Come Together” that feels apropos, too: “He just do what he please.” That befits Clark, a one-time teen prodigy of Austin’s roots music scene who’s gone on in his 20s and early 30s to embrace the widest possible world of music. Even as he remains the best young distiller the blues could have asked for, purism is the last thing on his mind. “My whole foundation is based in blues, and that’s what I have a reputation for doing,” says Clark. “But I’ve always been somebody who said that I don’t know what to expect of myself, so you shouldn’t expect anything from me. I’ll hear some comments from people who say stuff to me when I go back home: ‘Hey, just play blues’ or ‘Hey, just do this.’ But as a human being, and somebody who doesn’t want to stay in the same place, to not experiment and explore and try to discover new things would be a waste of time for me, personally. I’m curious.” So, naturally, when he got a call asking if he’d be interested in collaborating with electronically inclined producer Junkie XL on a transformative remake of “Come Together,” he showed up. This was even though, on the initial approach, they wouldn’t tell him what it was for, everything having to do with Justice League being...

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