Videos | John Fogerty And Widespread Panic At Lockn’

Heading into last weekend’s Lockn’ Festival the pairing of music legend John Fogerty and jam titans Widespread Panic was one of the more anticipated performances of the inaugural event. Fogerty emerged 13 songs into Panic’s Saturday night set at Oak Ridge Farm and led the Georgia-based band through six Creedence Clearwater Revival classics and a tune off his recently released Wrote A Song For Everyone album.
[Photo by Ian Rawn]

This morning three exceptional fan-shot videos of the collaboration have surfaced thanks to YouTuber


. New JamBase contributor Chad Berndtson chatted with Widespread Panic bassist Dave Schools for

Hidden Track

back in June and Schools was particularly excited to play “Keep On Chooglin'” with Fogerty, “I’ll play whatever he wants, as long as we get to do ‘Run Through the Jungle’ and ‘Keep On Chooglin’ and draw ‘em out 10 minutes.” Well, “Keep On Chooglin'” didn’t quite reach the 10 minute mark, but the combo did turn in a fine version:

And here’s footage of the exceptional “Fortunate Son” that closed out the set, which featured JB and Fogerty sharing vocals:

Check out Panic & Fogerty’s “Suzie Q”: