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Michael Houser was so important to Widespread Panic he helped give the band its name and provided a number of its most memorable songs.
Listen to “Holden Oversoul” from Widespread Panic’s ‘Knoxville 1995’ multi-track archival release due out Friday.
The latest installment in Widespread Panic’s multi-track archival release series is a show from Knoxville, Tennessee in 1995.
Widespread Panic closed out a two-night run in Memphis with a jam-heavy second set and a guest spot.
Sunday’s Widespread Panic matinee at Red Rocks saw the band fit in a pair of rarities among plenty of staples at the famed venue.
Widespread Panic hit the midway point of their Red Rocks run serving up a kid-themed set and busting out a long-lost tune for the first time since 2002.
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About 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.
Contributor Erika Rasmussen chatted with drummer Todd Nance about his current Todd Nance & Friends project and more.
‘Don’t Tell Me This Country Ain’t Got No Heart: A Benefit For Voter Participation’ will feature Phil Lesh & Very Special Friends.
Former Fleetwood Mac guitarist Lindsey Buckingham will release a collection of solo gems and will embark on an extensive North American Tour this fall.
Dead & Company will return to Mexico in January for the second annual installment of Playing In The Sand.
Chad Berndtson interviews Turkuaz vocalist Shira Elias about the band’s upcoming new album, touring, collaborating and more – including meeting Keith Richards.