Concert Vault

Ken Shane's Capitol Theatre Tribute

By: Popdose

11 songs / 53:05

  1. 1 Warren Zevon / Play It All Night Long 04:49
  2. 2 Linda Ronstadt / Love Has No Pride 04:10
  3. 3 Marshall Crenshaw / Someday, Someway 02:57
  4. 4 Steve Forbert / Goin' Down To Laurel 05:25
  5. 5 Dave Edmunds / Crawling From The Wreckage 03:23
  6. 6 Robert Palmer / Every Kinda People 03:52
  7. 7 Fleetwood Mac / Hypnotized 09:43
  8. 8 Mountain / Theme For An Imaginary Western 05:00
  9. 9 Southside Johnny & the Asbury Jukes / Trapped Again 05:07
  10. 10 Warren Zevon / Jeannie Needs A Shooter 04:29
  11. 11 The Stanky Brown Group / Let's Get To Livin' 04:10
Description
The Capitol Theatre was a 3,200 seat concert venue located in Passaic, NJ. It was built in 1926 for vaudeville, but in the 1970's it became a major tour stop for many of the most important artists of the day. The theatre was run by John Scher, and though it didn't have the cachet of the Fillmores, anyone who ever attended a show at the Capitol knows that in many ways it was the equal of those legendary houses. When stadium acts like the Rolling Stones and The Who were looking for smaller venues to play, the Capitol was their choice. This list is very personal for me. I worked at the Capitol for several years, beginning with the very first show. I was at nearly every concert on this playlist, and many, many more. I can't even count the number of memorable nights I spent as a staff member, and as an audience member at the Capitol. Sadly, the after the theatre closed, it fell into disrepair, and was demolished in 1991. It's great to have this music in the Concert Vault to remind us of the glory days of the great Capitol Theatre. Ken Shane New Music Editor Popdose www.popdose.com
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The Capitol Theatre was a 3,200 seat concert venue located in Passaic, NJ. It was built in 1926 for vaudeville, but in the 1970's it became a major tour stop for many of the most important artists of the day. The theatre was run by John Scher, and though it didn't have the cachet of the Fillmores, anyone who ever attended a show at the Capitol knows that in many ways it was the equal of those legendary houses. When stadium acts like the Rolling Stones and The Who were looking for smaller venues to play, the Capitol was their choice.

This list is very personal for me. I worked at the Capitol for several years, beginning with the very first show. I was at nearly every concert on this playlist, and many, many more. I can't even count the number of memorable nights I spent as a staff member, and as an audience member at the Capitol. Sadly, the after the theatre closed, it fell into disrepair, and was demolished in 1991. It's great to have this music in the Concert Vault to remind us of the glory days of the great Capitol Theatre.

Ken Shane
New Music Editor
Popdose
www.popdose.com