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Family Concert Recap: Music of The Who at The Capitol Theatre (3/25) and Music of Fleetwood Mac at Brooklyn Bowl (3/26)

This past week was filled with music as a result of two awesome Rock and Roll Playhouse family concerts at The Capitol Theatre and Brooklyn Bowl. It all kicked off on Saturday at Garcia’s at The Capitol Theatre where Julia Wolfe and her band rocked out to the music of The Who. The band covered classic anthems like “Baba O'Riley” and “My Generation” that encapsulated the group perfectly.

The kids had a blast doing the limbo during the tunes, and the highlight of the show was the sight of colorful scarves galore being thrown into the air during “Behind Blue Eyes”. It was a positively great afternoon spent at The Capitol Theatre.

Although hard to top, Sunday proved to be equally magical, with the music of Fleetwood Mac at Brooklyn Bowl. Both Mike Messer and Lizzie from Lizzie and the Makers embodied the members of this pinnacle band, especially during “Landslide” which you can watch below on our Facebook Live stream. In spirit of the family concert, this show also included its fair share of limbo.

A big thank you to our friends at Rockabye Baby for generously gifting the audience a copy of their Fleetwood Mac Lullaby Renditions CD.

Thanks to everyone who made this weekend amazing! Make sure to check out our photo gallery and Instagram page to experience more fun moments from this weekend's show.  Don’t miss out on next Sunday’s show at Brooklyn Bowl featuring The Music of the Grateful Dead with a set from Stella Blue’s Band. Get tickets here.