God Street Wine Will Play The Capitol Theatre
God Street Wine will play Port Chester, NY’s Capitol Theatre on August 3. Guitarist Aaron Maxwell made the announcement last night while sitting in with Furthur guitarist John Kadlecik’s John K. Band at Mexacali Live in Teaneck, NJ. Ticketing information and other details will be revealed next week, but Maxwell did mention that the John K. Band would be opening for them at the show.
Maxwell emerged near the end of Kadlecik’s first set for Pink Floyd’s “Wot’s…Uh the Deal,” 4 Non Blondes’ “What’s Up” and “What’s become of Mary.” He returned for John K.‘s entire second set, which included the Dead’s “Shakedown Street” and “Fire on the Mountain,” Phish’s “Fast Enough For You,” the Jerry Garcia-adopted Motown classic “How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved by You)” and Peter Rowan’s “Walls of Time,” along others.
God Street Wine’s last performed at Phil Lesh’s Terrapin Crossroads in January as the opening act for the first three Rambles of 2013. Members of the band also joined Lesh and friends for the Rambles themselves. As of now, God Street Wine have no more officially scheduled shows for 2013.
As previously reported, John Kadlecik will be at The Capitol Theatre a lot in the coming weeks for Furthur’s nine-night run, which begins tomorrow.