Cover Alert | Widespread Panic Hides Their Love Away

Widespread Panic continued their second, all-acoustic Wood Tour last night at The National in Richmond, where they offered the first debut of the run towards the beginning of the second set. During the original Wood Tour, in 2012, the Georgia rockers unveiled their cover of "The Ballad of John & Yoko." This time around "You've Got To Hide Your Love Away" has been added to the group's massive repertoire.

John Bell took lead vocals on the Beatles cover debut and it even featured a jam with a soaring Jimmy Herring guitar solo. All in all, Widespread Panic's debut of "You've Got To Hide Your Love Away" clocked in at over seven minutes. We love that the Help! classic led into the Panic original "Little Lily," a song with a first line of "Oh, Lily likes Beatles songs." Let's listen to Dr. FOB's audience recording of "You've Got To Hide Your Love Away":

Here's the setlist from last night via PanicStream:

Set One: Space Wranger > C. Brown, Happy, None Of Us Are Free, Crazy, Trouble, And It Stoned Me, Visiting Day, Sell Sell Sell > Imitation Leather Shoes

Set Two: This Part Of Town, Pleas, You've Got To Hide Your Love Away > Little Lily, Blackout Blues > Vacation, Ride Me High, Ribs & Whiskey, No Sugar Tonight/New Mother Nature

Encore: May Your Glass Be Filled, Tail Dragger, End Of The Show

[Published on: 3/8/14]

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