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Published: 2009/04/20

Luther Dickinson Joins Panic for Song Bust Out

Widespread Panic closed out brief six-show, two-venue spring tour last night at Orange Beach, ALs The Wharf. A number of bands shared support duties over the course of the weekend, including The Avett Brothers, Keller Williams, North Mississippi Allstars, Pretty Lights and DJ J-Boogie. Brothers Luther and Cody Dickinson of the North Mississippi Allstars also both took the stage on Saturday. The latter musician played on one of Panics regular drum segments, while the former musician added guitar to the groups Smoking Factory and Gary Daviss Keep Your Lamps Trimmed and Burning. Widespread Panic had not played Keep Your Lamps since October 7, 19882,193 shows according to the Everyday Companion.

The band has also added a pair of co-headlining dates with the Allman Brothers Band at Birmingham, ALs Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex on October 9 and 10. Panic is off the road until a two-night stop at Louisville, KYs The Forecastle Festival on July 11 and 12.

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