Widespread Panic Welcomes Warren Haynes In Colorado

Last night Widespread Panic played the first of their two headlining sets at The RIDE Festival in Telluride, Colorado. The band welcomed guitarist Warren Haynes -who was at the festival with his band Gov’t Mule -to assist on the final two songs of WSP’s set.

After a “Drums” segment toward the end of Panic’s performance, Haynes joined the band on guitar and vocals for takes on their “Blackout Blues” as well as a cover of Blind Faith’s “Can’t Find My Way Home” which was last played by WSP in Memphis on October 19, 2014. 

Watch a video of “Blackout Blues” captured by YouTube user Taggert Howard:

Haynes and WSP guitarist Jimmy Herring joined forces earlier in the day when the latter joined Gov’t Mule for a take on The Allman Brothers Band’s “Dreams.” Panic plays The RIDE again tonight, headlining the final day of the two-day event. 

Widespread Panic Setlist (via Panic Stream)

One Set: Send Your Mind, Tall Boy > Bear’s Gone Fishin’ > Fishwater, Sell Sell > Big Wooly Mammoth > Give, Christmas Katie > Radio Child, Gimme, Angels Don’t Sing The Blues > Second Skin > Party At Your Mama’s House > Drums > Blackout Blues* > Can’t Find My Way Home*

* with Warren Haynes