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Published: 2012/01/29

Col. Bruce Sits in with Widespread Panic

Widespread Panic returned to their homestate for performances at Atlanta, GA’s The Tabernacle this weekend. Part of the group’s acoustic Wood Tour, the shows were the group’s first at the relatively intimate Tabernacle since a Tunes for Tots benefit in 2008.

On Friday night, Panic invited out their old friend Col. Bruce Hampton for one of his signature covers, Bukka White’s “Fixin’ To Die,” during their second set. The group also closed their show with an appropriate cover of Steve Winwood’s Blind Faith classic “Can’t Find My Way Home.” Then, last night, the ensemble returned to the venue where they debuted a cover of Jimmy Cliff’s
“Many Rivers To Cross.” Complete setlists for both shows are available in the Box Scores section of Jambands.com.

Widespread Panic will return to The Tabernacle this evening.

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PanicStew January 29, 2012, 19:20:41

Can’t believe the boys have been rocking like this for so long. Proud Georgia native and you did the state proud last night. Let’s hope for ole Col. up at the Beacon in March with the Brothers!

Michael February 11, 2012, 12:46:54

Am told some popele are having trouble leaving comments. If so, email them to me at radioequalizer@aol.com and I’ll post them for you. Thanks.

Kontres February 14, 2012, 04:47:55

A drmecoat cozying up to Communists? I’m *shocked*Seems like Panic and Clinton have the same biography. Serial sexual predators.

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