Space Capone
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Space Capone


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Space Capone @ Private Party

Charleston, South Carolina, USA

Charleston, South Carolina, USA

Space Capone @ Norwich University

Northfield, Vermont, USA

Northfield, Vermont, USA

Space Capone @ Barley's Taproom

Knoxville, Tennessee, USA

Knoxville, Tennessee, USA

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"Capone sounds like the real deal. His malleable voice can fall into a rumble or rise to a tingly falsetto, though he's best when gettin' his baritone on. He takes his songwriting cues from the '70s, by way of the neo-soul artists who reintroduced audiences to the classics — Giorgio Moroder's disco, Philly soul and Detroit funk." - The Tennessean

"If there was a genre of funk rock, Aaron Winters would be in it. Drawing close comparisons to Jamiroquai, this guy knows how to rock out amidst disco beats." -

"Three words should cover Aaron Winters and his new EP, "Ocean Airliner" ...chill/funk/soul. With only a few years under his musical belt, Winters has broken barriers and shattered today's singer/songwriter stereotype." -

"With a voice that could move mountains, Winters is a breath of fresh air to the everyday monotony or singer/songwriters." - WARQ Columbia, SC

"Groove-inflected artist, Winters, blends funk, soul, and rock in his new album 'Supernatural Delight.'" - The Nashville Rage

"Harmonically sophisticated, Transformation is a commercial funk record that effortlessly combines banality and exactitude in its search for a plausible heaven that includes personal appearances by Al Jarreau....The best funk of the early ’80s—Gladys Knight and the Pips’ brilliant “Bourgié Bourgié,” say, or Chic’s “I Got Protection” and “Real People”—itched with unfulfilled desires and misgivings about the value of its own sophistication. Space Capone’s music has integrity, but it might benefit from some alienation—a state of mind that almost always trumps the bourgeois compulsion to tame the past." - Edd Hurt

If you’re interested in expanding your assemblage of groove jams, Space Capone’s debut album, Volume 1: Transformation, just might be the panty-dropper you’re looking for. If the songs weren’t so damn catchy, they’d be a little difficult to swallow. Instead, the hook from “My Dudes All Approve” will live in your head for no less than one week, and the song “I Just Wanna Dance” couldn’t be more appropriately titled." -

"The focus throughout the entire 2-hour set was Space Capone, as he delivered the vocals with as much precision as he did in the studio sessions. During the show, Capone deftly interchanged his Barry Gibb-esque falsetto with his Michael McDonald-esque full voice while simultaneously interacting with fans at the front of the stage—never missing a note. Capone, obviously thrilled by the turnout of this near capacity crowd, remained humble throughout the set. He took the time to introduce his family members who were in attendance, as well as other band members' relatives who were in the house. The audience was peppered with industry folk and local rockers with burgeoning careers of their own, and Capone had the entire audience loving every minute of the show." -

"If you like energetic funk, you will soon be dancing at Space Capone’s upcoming show at the Mercy Lounge. Bringing back the 70’s soul to Nashville, Space Capone's stage presence can only be out performed by his vocal performance." - Lightning 100


Vol 1. Transformation

"Friday" and "My Dudes" are his two current spins on Nashville's progressive radio Lightning 100.1 and WRVU Vanderbilt Radio.



Space Capone came from the mothership. He fell from the Edwin Star. He's here on earth to do one thing: make you believe again.