Widespread Panic Welcomes Dickinsons & McFadden In Telluride
The first collaboration came towards the middle of Panic’s lone set, when guitarist Luther Dickinson of North Mississippi All-Stars and The Word emerged along with his brother Cody Dickinson on washboard for a covers of JJ Cale’s “Ride Me High” and Howlin’ Wolf’s “Tail Dragger.” Later in the set, guitarist Eric McFadden augmented Widespread Panic on “Arleen” > “Red Hot Mama.” Widespread Panic’s cover-heavy performance ended with an encore featuring two more -“Honky Red” and “City Of Dreams.”
Cody Dickinson made his 16th appearance with the Georgia rockers, while Luther’s sit-in was his 15th. Both Dickinson brothers last performed with Panic back in April at Jazz Fest in New Orleans. McFadden, who is a member of Stockholm Syndrome with Panic bassist Dave Schools, made his tenth appearance with the band last night.
Setlist (via PanicStream)
Set: Hatfield > Henry Parsons Died, Steven’s Cat, You Got Yours, Climb To Safety > Ride Me High*, Tail Dragger*, Disco, Cease Fire > Jamais Vu > Driving Song > Chilly Water > Papa’s Home > Drums > Papa’s Home > Driving Song, Arleen** > Red Hot Mama** (145 mins)
Encore: Honky Red, City of Dreams (15 mins)
* -w/ Cody Dickinson (washboard) and Luther Dickinson (guitar)
** -w/ Eric McFadden (guitar)