Known as one of Manhattan's premier live music spots, B.B. King Blues Club will
host a Widespread Panic after party on Saturday November 1st, 2003 that's gonna knock your
socks off. Its comfortable club/lounge atmosphere is
exactly what the doctor ordered after two arena shows at Madison Square Garden with
Widespread Panic and Dirty Dozen Brass Band.
Appropriately titled The Night Cap Jam, the show will consist of George Porter Jr. (The Meters), Bernie Worrell (Parliament Funkadelic and The Woo Warriors), June Yamagishi (Wild Magnolias and Papa Grows Funk), Chris "Fatoye"
Theberg (Groove Collective), Topaz (self-titled), and some very special New
Orleans guests. If that wasn't enough stimulation to your auditory nerves,
Athens' own Bloodkin and D.C.'s up-and-coming CubanStack will split sets in
Lucille's Lounge (@ BB Kings). In short, the two stages at B.B. King Blues will see simultaneous
musical mayhem as two Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame members lay down the funk
with some of New Orleans' heaviest hitters in the main room, while Bloodkin, the
band credited for writing some of Panic's
most well-known songs ("Can't Get High," "End of The Show," and "Who Do You
Belong To"), rocks out Lucille's. To top it off, the club is only eight short blocks
from Madison Square Garden (located on 42nd Street between 7th & 8th Avenues).
So bring your "A game" to Panic's last Halloween celebration for two years and
come celebrate how Panic would want you to – NOLA Funk style.
Tickets to see this jam session are available through
www.SCITICKETING.com and ticketmater.com for $21.50.
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