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April 26, 2015 2:00 PM
The Harlem Globetrotters are an American national institution. Though the team does not play on the NBA, its knack for performance flair and on-court theatrics has always gone over well with crowds that are looking for nothing more than an enjoyable basketball spectacle. The team was founded in Chicago in the mid 1920s and ever since the group of talented hoop shooters has been touring and entertaining audiences around the world.
April 27, 2015
Expire is a metal band from Germany that has helped progress the long legacy of Central Europe's lineage of impressive hard rock music. By blending various elements from minor sub-genres of the metal scene, Expire has created a whollyoriginalstyle of music that has set it apart from themyriadof other heavy metal bands in Germany.
April 28, 2015 7:00 PM
Throughout the 1980s Def Leppard was one of the top-selling rock bands. The albums Pyromania and Hysteria were extremely popular and helped propel the band's "new wave of heavy metal" sound into the mainstream.
April 30, 2015 8:00 PM
Neil Diamond is one of the archetypes of the adult contemporary genre. His pop sensibilities and easy to like personality lifted him to prominence in the '70s with a slew of radio friendly hits. Though the New York singer/songwriter could easily have fallen into the baneful world of Las Vegas lounge singers as his career hit its twilight phase, Diamond managed to persist and stay somewhat relevant with fresh studio releases and a consistent touring schedule.
May 01, 2015 10:00 PM
Yukon BlondeYukon Blonde toured the world after the release of their widely acclaimed sophomore album Tiger Talk. Having spent the better part of five years on the road since the bands start in 2009, members Jeffrey Innes, Graham Jones and Brandon Scott took a short break in 2014 to record new music. The result is more dynamic, more visceral, instantly accessible, and sonically denser than its predecessors. Coming summer 2015.League of Wolves They started as small-town boys in an unknown group playing cover songs at open mics, but Saskatoon rockers League of Wolves have evolved into a well-respected touring band, playing high energy rock with a purpose. These four young men have spent two years building their reputation the old-fashioned way: with live shows and raw recordings. Their hardworking prairie values feed into eminently listenable rock influenced by Kings of Leon and Canadian rocker Sam Roberts.Young Benjamins There may be something in the water in Saskatchewan of late. Young Benjamins are the newest of the exceptional bands to come out of that Canadian Province. Fronted by UK born (grandson of Iranian farmers) Neusha Fransaskoismulti - instrumentalist, Veronique Poulin on violin, glockenspiel, keys and vocals. Bryn Krysa (bass) and Kuba Smigielsky (percussions) provide a rock solid and innovative rhythm section.
May 01, 2015 10:00 PM
May 02, 2015 9:00 PM
Come join for a whole night of great live music from indie rock to funk. Celebrate the 1 year anniversary of The Capitol with great tunes, food and drink specials! This will be an unforgettable night so we hope to see you all there!
May 03, 2015 8:30 PM
The Wild is an indie folk act from Atlanta, Georgia that applies a hard-lined punk ethos to its music, which provides its songs with an unpredictable and somewhat erratic quality. Founded in 2008, the band's strong DIY approach has infiltrated nearly every facet of its being--from recording, to touring, to releasing its music. Though the group's staunch, anti-corporate sound and sociological beliefs haven't resounded well with some listeners, The Wild's unique sonic aesthetic and philosophical outlook have also attracted a fan base that craves the group's politically-charged, punk-influenced, folk rock.
May 04, 2015 7:00 PM
Volbeat is a band from Copenhagen, Denmark. The band combines heavy metal, rockabilly, and groove metal to create its trademark sound. Often Volbeat's music is referred to as "Elvismetal" since the singer's voice resembles that of the King of Rock'n'Roll’s. The band was founded in October 2001 by singer and guitarist Michael Poulsen in an effort to discover new musical ground beyond death metal. Volbeat's debut The Strength / The Sound / The Songs was released in 2005.
May 06, 2015 8:00 PM
Counting Crows is an alternative rock band from Berkeley, California that achieved a rare case of international stardom as a result of its debut record August and Everything After in 1991. The album spawned several hit singles such as "Mr. Jones" and "Round Here," which were showcased by Top 10 radio stations throughout the country. These days, Counting Crows has managed to set into a fairly comfortable groove where recording and performing is concerned, and remains one of the few massively popular alt-rock acts of the 1990s to remain relevant in the 2010s.
May 10, 2015 7:00 PM
Kamelot loves to put on a show, and with its melodic power metal songs, it's a dizzying experience to behold live. The intriguing visuals and outfits place an emphasis on the theatrical aspect of its well-orchestrated show. The band, whose music can best be described as metal and progressive metal, was founded in 1991 in Florida by Thomas Youngblood and Richard Warner. After a few replacements of band members, the band's career has been growing and so has the collaboration with other artists. Kamelot often tours around Europe and Japan. Its debut album, Eternity, was released in 1995, one year after they signed their first record deal, and was heavily influenced by classical music.
May 13, 2015 8:30 PM
Kelly Taylor Kelly Taylor is feeling pretty comfortable with his decision to give up his mediocre career in hockey and pursue his dream to be a comedian. Hockey, once the only way a small town Canadian kid could get to the big city; Kelly Taylor now sees the possibilities of comedy taking him all the way to the Alberta border. With the physical attributes of a high school quarterback and the comedic commitment of Jerry Lewis, Kelly Taylor is taking the comedy world by storm. He may have given up hockey from comedy, but this funnyman knows how to score on stage.