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Widespread Panic played their first shows on U.S. soil last night returning to the Legacy Arena in Alabama for the first time since 2016.
A new book about one of the biggest and most important Widespread Panic concerts to date will come out in time for the show’s 20th anniversary.
Watch 21-year-old guitarist Marcus King team with Widespread Panic on “Mountain Jam” as part of Panic’s impressive Panic En La Playa finale.
Watch George Porter Jr. lead Widespread Panic through a Meters classic at the penultimate full day of Panic En La Playa Siete.
Watch Eric Krasno and Ivan Neville join Widespread Panic for a cover of “Maggot Brain” at Panic En La Playa.
Widespread Panic was in the midst their jam-filled second set at Panic En La Playa when Mother Nature intervened forcing them to cut their night short.
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About John ‘JoJo’ Hermann
John “JoJo” Hermann was born in New York City then moved to Oxford, Mississippi after college. He began playing with the local band Beanland after a friend of the band heard him playing on an old upright piano at the Hoka Club also in Oxford. After extensive touring of the Southeast with Beanland he then went on to join Athens, Georgia based Widespread Panic in 1992 with whom he still plays keyboard and organ. JoJo is known for his lead vocals on many New Orleans style jazz and blues covers and originals along with soul moving gospel sounds coming from his organ. His has been heavily influenced by artist such as Professor Longhair, Junior Kimbrough and Otha Turner among others. In recent years JoJo has particapated in several side projects most notably JoJo and His Mojo Mardi Gras Band.