Widespread Panic Releases Philadelphia ’95

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Jam titans Widespread Panic continue to put out live archival releases at a furious pace through their Porch Songs series. The newly released Philadelphia ’95 features all of the group’s September 15, 1995 performance at The Keswick.

Panic’s 1995 visit to the tiny Keswick saw them deliver the Michael Houser rarity “Smoke And Burn,” a “Driving Song” > “Airplane” > “Driving Song” sandwich and a cover of Traffic’s “Low Spark Of High-Heeled Boys” among the show’s two sets. Widespread Panic archivist Horace Moore wrote an essay on Philadelphia ’95 for Widespread Panic’s Archive Blog.

Philadelphia ’95 is available now through LiveWidespreadPanic.com.