Just Announced Madison Concert: Matisyahu, 11.13.12

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

MATISYAHU

Matisyahu

Capitol Theater – 8pm

General Admission Tickets: $25 ADV, $28 DOS – All Ages

Tickets on sale through our Music Calendar Friday, August 24 at 11am

 

 

Live Concert Photos: Ingrid Michaelson

Ingrid Michaelson Madison WI live concert photography Capitol Theater

Ingrid Michaelson‘s most recent Madison concert was massive.  The red haired pop-inspired indie songstress sold out the Capitol Theatre for her April 14 show, and every last pair of eyes and ears in the building belonged completely to her as she performed an inspired set for her fans.

If you weren’t able to snatch up a pair of tickets before they were all gone (and heck, even if you were), don’t miss photographer Darren Lee‘s gorgeous shots from the evening after the jump.

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Brian Johnson Tour Cancelled

Brian Johnson

Due to scheduled medical work on Brian’s wrist for his drive in the Daytona 24 Hour Race in January 2012, the book tour has been canceled.

Our apologies to all the folks who have already purchased tickets.  Please contact the Overture Center for your ticket refund.

Madison Concert Ticket Giveaway: Warren Haynes Band

Warren Haynes

From his days in the Allman Brothers Band, Gov’t Mule, and The Grateful Dead, it’s safe to say that guitar god Warren Haynes knows his way around an axe. We’re thrilled to have him in Madison with his own band this Tuesday, October 18 for a show at the Capitol Theatre.

Low on cash, but still want to catch the jams?  Read on to find out how you could win a pair of tickets to the show!

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Gillian Welch’s Latest Country Gothic Classic + Win A Pair Of Tickets To Her Madison Show

Gillian Welch

She may be of slight build, propped up by a few inches of road-worn cowboy boot, but Gillian Welch’s voice is as heavy and potent as a crate of moonshine. Her latest release, The Harrow & The Harvest, drives the point home wonderfully. It’s her first release in eight years, and already a classic.

The album starts off with “Scarlet Town,” a solemn romper about a runaway love that sounds as if it could be wafting straight out of a backwoods Tennessee holler. It’s bleak, with lyrics that are at once beautiful and intriguing. “I’ll be looking through a telescope from hell to Scarlet Town.” Its country-picked arrangement is the most intricately arranged on the album, but stays well within the limits of taste.

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