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On Thursday night, Goose continued weaving a five-night tapestry at The Capitol Theatre with the second of five sold-out nights at the historic rock palace in Port Chester, NY. Much like Dave Kloc and Max Mahn‘s six-part poster run for the week–one for each show, plus a bonus–every night of this run will stand on its own merits while adding to the mosaic of the residency at large. On night two, Goose began connecting the Cap shows with the connective thread of “Loose Ends”: After teasing the tune during a massive “Drive” on night one, the band once again twisted “Loose Ends” into a tentpole jam on night two—this time, a late-show “Madhuvan”. No doubt that thread will continue to unravel and intertwine in new ways as the run continues to take shape.
Goose continued their first headlining run at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York on Thursday. Night two featured the debut of a new song entitled “Not Alone,” which was sung by guitarist Rick Mitarotonda. “Not Alone” was premiered as the second song of the second set of the second show of the band’s five-night run at The Cap. The new tune followed a heavily-jammed “Tumble” set opener that spanned 25 minutes and incorporated elements of “Pick Up The Pieces” from Mitarotonda.
Last night, Connecticut’s Goose performed the second of five nights of their debut headlining run at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, N.Y. The show highlighted the band’s newer material with three songs that debuted in 2022 in the first set and to brand new number titled “Not Alone” during the second set reinforcing the quintet’s tailormade residency.The band kicked off the performance with “Jive I” and continued with originals despite their beloved improvisational interpretations across genres, hitting “Atlas Dogs,” “California Magic,” and “Borne,” which picked up speed and was presented with a faster tempo to match the crowd’s excitement.
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