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Goose capped a historic five-night run at The Capitol Theatre on Sunday night with what many will claim was the residency’s strongest installment. After Goose laid out a career-spanning tapestry over the course of the week—playing a repeat-free run of 64 songs including a whopping 60 originals and nearly as many new songs (3) as covers (4)—trying to sort these shows from best to worst is both highly subjective and a fool’s errand. It’s hard to pinpoint whether Rick Mitarotonda, Peter Anspach, Ben Atkind, Trevor Weekz, and Jeff Arevalo‘s most noteworthy talent as a group is their songwriting or their ability to find magic in uncharted territory.
Last night, Goose performed the final show of their debut headlining residency at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, N.Y. After four successful evenings, with debuts, jubilant sit-ins and an overall feeling of community and family united by the music of the band, the ensemble brought things to a close with a performance overflowing with appreciation.They kicked off their first set with “Time to Flee,” then an 80s synth rendition of “Indian River,” with a jam of “Welcome to Delta” intercepted.
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