Widespread Panic Selects Antioch 1999 Concert For ‘Never Miss A Sunday Show’
Widespread Panic will premiere video from the Michael Houser era for the second week in a row this Sunday, July 19 at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on the JamBase Livestreams Calendar via YouTube/nugs.net. The next installment of the band’s Never Miss A Sunday Show series will feature official video of Panic’s July 21, 1999 concert at the First American Music Center in Antioch, Tennessee.
Houser, John Bell, Domingo “Sunny” Ortiz, Dave Schools, Todd Nance and JoJo Hermann were reaching the tail end of a six-month tour of America when they made their headlining debut at the Nashville area amphitheater on July 21, 1999. The Dirty Dozen Brass Band opened in Antioch as they did each night of the run.
Panic made great use of having the New Orleans-based brass band on the road with them throughout the summer of 1999. Nearly every show featured a guest spot from a member of DDBB and culminated with both bands sharing the stage. The July 21, 1999 show in Antioch was no exception. For spoiler’s sake, head here if you want to see the setlist.
Last week’s Never Miss A Sunday Show selection was Panic’s July 2, 1998 performance in Milwaukee. Check it out below: