Steely Dan winds down its current U.S. trek, The Earth After Hours Tour, with a three-show residency this week at the historic Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York.
The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees have revealed that each of the shows, scheduled for Wednesday night, Friday and Saturday, will feature them playing a different album from their catalog in its entirety.
Wednesday night's concert will include a full performance of Steely's Dan's sixth studio album, 1977's Aja, which features such classic tunes as the title track, "Deacon Blues," "Peg" and "Josie."
The August 12 show will feature a performance of the group's entire fifth album, 1976's The Royal Scam, which includes "Kid Charlemagne" and "Haitian Divorce."
Bringing the residency, and the tour, to a close, the August 13 concert will feature a performance of Steely Dan's 2021 live album Northeast Corridor, which was recorded during recent tours by the band at four venues in the Northeastern U.S. The album showcases renditions of some of Steely Dan's most popular tunes, including "Rikki Don't Lose That Number," "Hey Nineteen," "Aja," "Peg" and "Reelin' in the Years."
Opening all three shows with be jazz outfit The Dave Stryker Trio.
Visit TheCapitolTheatre.com to purchase tickets to the concerts and for more details.
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