The other week, I had asked Moby if he had visited the revamped Capitol Theatre in Port Chester. He had not, and nor had I. I sought to remedy that ASAP and found Herbie Hancock would be performing there soon, almost two years after I first saw him perform and, as it turns out, nearly forty years since the release of Head Hunters (This is Book shares his thoughts on the album here). So when I arrived at The Cap, I found it to be a lovely venue, with comfortable chairs (that could be removed for more rock and/or youth-oriented shows) and great sound. The only complaint I could make about the venue was that the bar, Garcia’s, didn’t serve any food. But, for better or worse, if you came for a show, you could wander to the bar and watch a broadcast of the stage not more than 100 yards away in there. A nice escape for those who want to drink surely. However, neither the venue nor the bar were packed for this show. Presumably this is attributable to the age of Hancock and those who were the original target demographic of Head Hunters given that a view toward the stage showed a sea of white hair or balding heads.