Widespread Panic Selects New Year’s Eve 2008 Concert For ‘Never Miss A Sunday Show’

Advertisement

Click Here To Watch Widespread Panic’s December 31, 2008 Performance On Sunday

Widespread Panic will premiere official video of their 2008 New Year’s Eve concert for this week’s installment of the Never Miss A Sunday Show archival series. The band’s two-set show at the Pepsi Center in Denver that took place on December 31, 2008 will be broadcast this Sunday, July 26 starting at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on the JamBase Livestreams Calendar via YouTube/nugs.tv.

Panic’s NYE 2008 concert was historic on a number of levels. The show marked the first time the band held a New Year’s Eve performance outside of their home state of Georgia. Additionally, WSP kicked off the night with a complete performance of their 1988 debut studio album, Space Wrangler, besides the track “Gomero Blanco.” Yonder Mountain String Band opened the festivities with the group’s Jeff Austin and Dave Johnston sitting-in with Panic on a run of “Ain’t Life Grand,” “Who Do You Belong To?,” and “Fixin’ To Die.”

Advertisement
Advertisement
More Widespread Panic on JamBase
  • Widespread Panic Welcomes Dirty Dozen Brass Band On This Date In 1999

    Widespread Panic Welcomes Dirty Dozen Brass Band On This Date In 1999 

  • Charlie Daniels Guests With Widespread Panic In 2010

    Charlie Daniels Guests With Widespread Panic In 2010 

  • Margo Price & Widespread Panic Cover ‘Piece Of My Heart’ At LOCKN’ 2018: Pro-Shot Video

    Margo Price & Widespread Panic Cover ‘Piece Of My Heart’ At LOCKN’ 2018: Pro-Shot Video 

  • Widespread Panic Postpones Napa Run Due To Coronavirus

    Widespread Panic Postpones Napa Run Due To Coronavirus 

  • Steve Winwood & Dottie Peoples Among Widespread Panic Guests On This Date In 2002

    Steve Winwood & Dottie Peoples Among Widespread Panic Guests On This Date In 2002 

Advertisement
JamBase Live Video Archive
JamBase Live Video Archive