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Published: 2013/07/09

Bloodkin Duo Sit in with Widespread Panic

Photo by Andy Tennille via Widespread Panic’s homepage

Widespread Panic wrapped-up a three-night run at Alta, WY’s Grand Targhee Resort Amphitheater on Saturday night. Panic’s performances were part of the resort town’s multi-band Independence Day festival. Other acts who performed during the four-day event included Sons Of Fathers, Motion Potion, Slightly Stoopid, Futurebirds, Bloodkin and J-Boogie.

Partway through Widespread Panic’s second set on Saturday night, Bloodkin’s Daniel Hutchens (guitar/vocals) and Eric Carter (guitar) returned to the stage for a pair of their own songs. Their two-song cameo included “Success Yourself,” a song Panic busted out for the first time since 2000 this spring, and “Wet Trombone Blues,” a number Panic dusted off for the first time since 1994 this year.

Widespread Panic’s three-night run is slated for both digital and CD release. Bloodkin will open for Widespread Panic at Missoula, MT’s Big Sky Brewing this evening.

Here’s a look at Saturday’s setlist via

Saturday, July 6, 2013, Grand Targhee Resort Amphitheater, Alta, WY

Set I: Diner > Ribs And Whiskey, Ophelia > The Shape I’m In, 1 × 1, Stop-Go, Give, Casa Del Grillo, St. Louis, Protein Drink > Rock

Set II: Glory, Space Wrangler, On This Mountain Side, Success Yourself*, Wet Trombone Blues*, Low Spark Of High Heeled Boys > Surprise Valley > Arleen > Drums > Surprise Valley > Low Spark Of High Heeled Boys, Tall Boy

E: She Caught The Katy, Last Dance

*with Daniel Hutchens on guitar/vocals, Eric Carter on guitar
[‘That Don’t Make It Junk’ rap by JB during ‘Stop-Go’]

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