Watch David Crosby’s Full Tour Closer At The Cap [Pro-Shot Video]

first_imgOn Saturday, David Crosby, founding member of Crosby, Stills & Nash and the Byrds, wrapped up his tour at Port Chester, NY’s Capitol Theatre with The Lighthouse Band, which features Snarky Puppy’s Michael League, Becca Stevens, and Michelle Willis. Following the release of their debut album together, Lighthouse, David Crosby & The Lighthouse Band released a second record, Here If You Listen, earlier this fall.David Crosby & the Lighthouse Band worked through many of the tracks off their new album, as well as Crosby’s “Regina”, and a handful of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young favorites, including “Guinnevere,” “Carry Me,” “Déjà Vu” and the encore closer, “Ohio”.You can watch pro-shot video of the entirety of David Crosby & the Lighthouse Band’s tour closer below:David Crosby & the Lighthouse Band – 12/8/2018 [Full-Show Pro-Shot Video][Video:Relix]Setlist: David Crosby & the Lighthouse Band | The Capitol Theatre | Port Chester, NY | 12/8/2018Set One: The Us Below, Things We Do For Love, 1974, Vagrants of Venice, Regina, Laughing, What Are Their Names, Other Half Rule, By the Light of Common DaySet Two: Glory, The City, Look in Their Eyes, Guinnevere, Janet, Carry Me, Déjà VuEncore: Woodstock, Ohio[H/T Jambands.com]last_img read more

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Broadway Grosses: Work! Hamilton Snaps Up Crowds Opening Week

first_imgHamilton officially opened  at the Richard Rodgers Theatre on August 6, and we have a feeling it has secured its place in the frontrunners for quite a while. The show played to 100.66% capacity this past week, and with raves and much buzz, we expect the musical’s grosses to soar even higher in the near future. Additionally, Penn & Teller, which announced on August 7 that it had recouped its Broadway investment, took in over $1.4 million. The magic act disappears from the Marquis Theatre on August 16. Meanwhile, It Shoulda Been You concluded its Broadway run with its highest grossing week. After struggling to stay afloat in a palatial venue, On the Town announced that it will close on September 6. Meanwhile, Amazing Grace, after appearing at the bottom of the boards in terms of revenue and capacity, may need some divine intervention to remain open.Here’s a look at who was on top—and who was not—for the week ending August 9:FRONTRUNNERS (By Gross)1. The Lion King ($2,333,537)2. Aladdin ($2,078,163)*3. Wicked ($1,980,056)4. The Book of Mormon ($1,605,195)*5. Penn & Teller ($1,422,088)UNDERDOGS (By Gross)5. It Shoulda Been You ($494,033)4. On the Town ($460,190)3. Hedwig and the Angry Inch ($396,374)**2. Hand to God ($288,012)1. Amazing Grace ($272,287)FRONTRUNNERS (By Capacity)1. Fun Home (102.99%)2. The Book of Mormon (102.53%)*3. Mamma Mia! (100.81%)4. Hamilton (100.66%)***5. The Lion King (100.01%)UNDERDOGS (By Capacity)5. Hedwig and the Angry Inch (72.61%)**4. Hand to God (70.08%)3. Jersey Boys (67.48%)2. On the Town (57.92%)1. Amazing Grace (54.34%)* Number based on nine regular performances**Number based on seven regular performances***Number based on four preview performances and four regular performancesSource: The Broadway League Related Shows Hamilton View Comments from $149.00last_img read more

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