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….
Hey friends! The band (that's right, Jason and Ozzie will be joining us) is popping up live and in-person at a new stage tucked away on a river in Manchester. SUNDAY, October 18 - 2pm It's outdoors, wide open space for keeping your distance, very LIMITED SEATING. This...
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...
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”.