photo by Robin Scully
“You guys helped make one of our all time best memories. Kind of magical!”
~ Claire Lea, Dockley Ranch, Ava Missouri ~
“With wit and humility, Annie and Rod captivated our audience right from the first song, all the way to the standing ovation and encore.”
~ Elaine Mahon, Sandhill Stage, Gainesville, FL ~
~ Suzyn Mills, First Settlement House Concerts ~
“When I look around the room at an Annie and Rod Capps performance, I see a lot of smiling faces with eyes riveted to the stage…there is a magic that energizes an audience.
I can’t wait to bring them back to our concert series!”
~ Tim Piazza, Concerts at the Cabin ~
News and more….
Super happy to be sharing a bunch of new songs along with old favorites (yours and ours) to benefit one of our favorite Michigan venues, The Trinity House Theatre (https://trinityhouse.org)
The last gig I played (a solo show in-the-round with two other songwriters - Andy Baker and Nicholas James Thomasma) was on March 13th. And even as I headed out on the long drive to South Haven from our home in Chelsea I was questioning whether this was irresponsible...
Though our road resembles the surface of the moon and there's still a chill in the wind, the birds and the bees are waking from their sporadic winter's nap and flirting with the impending spring offering hope just when we need it most. Between divisive pundits,...
Some of our favs
Official Music Video for “When They Fall”
– Title Track of The Capps’ 2019 Release
Cover of For What It’s Worth by Stephen Stills
– Recorded Live at Big Sky Recording Studio
Cover of Bound for Glory by Woody Guthrie
– Recorded live at the Chelsea Train Depot by Charlie Steen
This Little Apple
– Recorded live at The Howell Opera House Acoustic Cafe series.
About Annie & Rod Capps
Songs about broken things and poignant little ponderings
delivered with a rootsy vibe, a touch of twang and a soulful groove.
the Capps’ sound meets at the intersection of Americana & Folk with rock, jazz and bluegrass influences. With their 8th studio recording “When They Fall”, Annie & Rod continue to explore their love of blending diverse styles to create a fresh and unique amalgamation all while sticking to their narrative “songs about broken things and poignant little ponderings delivered with a rootsy vibe, a touch of twang and soulful groove”.