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Published: 2013/05/24

Bloodkin, Jerry Joseph, Col. Bruce and More to Share the Stage in Atlanta

Bloodkin, Jerry Joseph with Jeff Crosby and the Refugees, Col. Bruce Hampton featuring AJ Ghent and The Heap will come together to celebrate the life of early Widespread Panic guitar tech. Wayne Sawyer next week. The benefit performance will take place at Atlanta, GA’s Smith’s Olde Bar on June 1 and will raise awareness and money for Sudden Arrhythmia Death Syndromes like Long QT. VIP tickets also include performances by Betsy Franck and Cameron Stack. A silent auction and raffles will also be held.

The benefit show falls during Joseph’s first tour with Jeff Crosby & the Refugees. During the tour, Jeff Crosby & Refugees will play a set of their own material and back Joseph for a second set of music. Crosby & the Refugees are touring in support of their new release Silent Conversations, which was released on Cosmo Sex School Records in March. Joseph’s band The Jackmormons will join the tour for two shows in Denver.

Here’s a look at Joseph and Crosby’s joint tour

May 30 New York, NY—Mercury Lounge
May 31 Baltimore, MD—The 8 X 10
June 1 Atlanta, GA—Smiths Olde Bar
June 3 Athens, GA—Green Room
June 5 Tupelo, MS—Blue Canoe
June 6 Little Rock, AR—Stickyz
June 7 Memphis, TN—Otherlands
June 8 Jackson, MS—Martin’s
June 19 Denver, CO—Cervantes’ Other Side (with the he Jackmormons)
June 20 Denver, CO—Cervantes’ Other Side (with the he Jackmormons


There are 2 comments associated with this post

soul stu May 25, 2013, 14:08:28

Wayne Sawyer was Michael Houser’s original guitar tech and worked for Widespread Panic from the early days on. Old school panic family to the fullest. Great to see these musicians coming together to honor his legacy and help out a good cause. Sad I won’t be in ATL for this one…

gomeroblanco May 26, 2013, 14:58:19

he’s been with us since before the beginning.

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