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Stream a Spotify Playlist of live Widespread Panic recordings featuring late founding guitarist Michael Houser who died on this date in 2002.
Widespread Panic’s Sunday night finale at St. Augustine Amphitheatre in St. Augustine, Florida featured a rare original and the band’s seventh ever take on Neil Young’s “Cortez The Killer.”
Widespread Panic busted out JJ Cale’s “Cocaine” for the first time in six years and played Joe Cocker’s “High Time We Went” to close out the second night of three at St. Augustine Amphitheatre.
Watch Widespread Panic perform a pair of Grateful Dead covers and more during their first of three nights in St. Augustine.
Watch Widespread Panic team up with the Dirty Dozen Brass Band on this date in 1999.
Widespread Panic honored an old friend and dusted off a long-lost instrumental as part of their two nights at this year’s Ride Festival in Telluride.
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David Schools (Widespread Panic) keeps a wide variety of side projects going. From producing to playing in and with other bands, Dave stays busy with many eclectic endeavors such as The Stockholm Syndrome, J Mascis and The Fog, Slang, and Acetate. Keep up with what he does aside from Widespread Panic on his side stage http://widespreadpanic.com/theband/sidestage/daveschools.asp
The String Cheese Incident will perform at Denver’s new Mission Ballroom as part of the band’s home state Thanksgiving Run 2019.
Watch Bob Weir appear onstage – on a couch – during Joe Russo’s Almost Dead’s performance at the Lockn’ festival Thursday night.
Stream Phish guitarist Trey Anastasio’s new single “Sunset Days” from the documentary film ‘Between Me And My Mind.’
Phish guitarist Trey Anastasio joined Khruangbin for a lengthy sit-in at the opening night of Lockn’ 2019.
Watch a free live stream from the 2019 Lockn’ festival in Arrington, Virginia.