The beautiful Capitol Music Hall is home to many forms of entertainment. From Jamboree USA on Saturday night featuring the ... More
Capitol Music Hall
The beautiful Capitol Music Hall is home to many forms of entertainment. From Jamboree USA on Saturday night featuring the top names in country music to national broadway productions, the Capitol Music Hall is a full entertainment complex.
I disliked the place you had some big rude fat guy making rude and crude remarks during the show . I called security they said he ran the place so him and his buddies that work there were cracking jokes at our expense. then I asked if they were getting any good acts in they said what good acts.they had nothing going on from may to sept. why reopen!then there four feature shows the broadway series is actually a below average show which no one wants to pay for but ask for a comp. ticket then denny and doug give out comps to there buddies. how do u guys keep your jobs
I Loved the music, the theatre is beautiful, and the history in that building is worth bringing back! Just don,t forget the people who made the history a.k.a Doc Williams, Chickie Williams, Hawkshaw Hawkins, and Many more, Make them Proud!
This Is A Great Old Theatre To See A Show.
It Seats 2400 With The Main Floor and Balcony. I Have Been Visting This Theatre For 30 Years Now. From Broadway To Rock n Roll Happens Here. Lighting and Sound Quality Has Always Been Very Good.
This is the first place I saw Kathy and oh, so mant others!! It was very personal and elegant. I one fall afternoon with my fiance saw Kathy the matinee and evening shows. I looked forward to see who was going to be performing. It was nice being a smaller venue to see the best perform not like today having to take binoculars to see the person singing!!!!!!!!! Please bring this back I loved seeing Kathy in her home state. And everyone else . Those knew artist need to experience this atmosphere....
I've performed on the Capitol stage numerous times. From dance recitals, strings concerts, BE Taylor shows, choir concerts, band concerts, and even the Nutcracker, the Capitol has provided a very elegant and appealing environment for both the performers as well as the audiences. Hopefully we can all pitch in and help save this historical landmark, so that others may enjoy the pleasures it has to offer.
I look back at my memories of the Jamboree with fond memories. I went there, as did my older brothers, with my parents. I was able to see Billy Crash Craddox, Ronnie Milsap, and Johnny Cash, and June Carter Cash to name a few. It saddens me that I can't enjoy this special place with my wife or child.
They've gone & sold it.
Jamboree USA is not held there any longer.
Some fabulous performances by some great entertainers were held there.
It used to be on "The Circuit" for country singers.
Too bad it's no longer active, it sure was beautiful inside and with a very special atmosphere.
Even WWVA radio station would broadcast live from the lobby.
Gone---but a beautiful memory.
The home of Jamboree USA for those of you that have ever listened to WWVA or country music. The interior is beautifully decorated in early 1900s STYLE. The acoustics are good even from the mezzanine.
I had the honor of attending the symphony as well as a country artist all in the same week. The sound was great. They have big screen TVs that show the main parts of the show on the upper sides for those who have a less than great view.
The only fault I have it that the seats are too narrow for the large person, and the leg room is insufficient for a 6'1" person. Maybe they will consider this if they remodel.