Widespread Panic :: 11.19.08 :: The Fillmore at Irving Plaza :: New York, NY
On November 19, Widespread Panic played to an intimate crowd at The Fillmore at Irving Plaza in New York to benefit the Bill Graham Memorial Foundation. Normally spread across a huge area, at the Fillmore Panic was confined to a much smaller stage, similar to the rooms they played on their rise to the top, and this close-knit environment provided photographer Jay Blakesberg a compelling view of the band.
Set I: Heroes > Disco > Angels on High, Smoking Factory > Fixin’ To Die > Henry Parsons Died > Green Onions > Henry Parsons Died > Dark Day Program, Pigeons, Ain’t Life Grand
Set II: Space Wrangler, North > Smokestack Lightning > Jam > Protein Drink > Sewing Machine, Let’s Get The Show On The Road > Airplane > Under The Radar Jam > Papa’s Home, Holden Oversoul > Conrad
E: Expiration Day, Pilgrims, Goin’ Out West
|Widespread Panic with David and Alex Graham (Bill Graham’s sons)|
|David and Alex Graham speaking in front of image of Bill Graham|
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