Pro-Shot Video | Widespread Panic At Red Rocks 2015

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Widespread Panic returned to Red Rocks in Morrison, Colorado between June 26 -28; when they continued a run of consecutive sold out shows at the iconic venue that now stands at 48. The band has posted a taste of the Sunday finale on their YouTube channel.

In keeping with other Panic videos from their YouTube channel, today’s video contains both on-stage and backstage footage. We’re able to be a fly on the wall as the band decides how to start their cover of Bill Withers’ “Use Me” before the clip moves to on-stage footage. Besides Panic’s version of “Use Me,” we also are able to watch the band’s performance of the rare instrumental “B of D.”

Watch “B of D” and “Use Me” from June 28:

Widespread Panic Summer Tour continues tonight in Dallas. The band heads back to Colorado this weekend for two performances at the Ride Festival in gorgeous Telluride. Percussionist Domingo “Sunny” Ortiz recently talked to us about Panic’s return to Telluride.