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Published: 2013/07/11

Widespread Panic Debut Tom Waits Cover with Members of Bloodkin

Widespread Panic covered Tom Waits’ “Clap Hands” for the first time last night at the Botanical Gardens in Boise, ID. The band was joined by Bloodkin’s Eric Carter and Danny Hutchens for the tune, which appears on Waits’ 1985 bum Rain Dogs. Carter and Hutchens then stuck around for the following tune, “Quarter Tank of Gasoline.”

Last night marked Bloodkin’s last appearance as Widespread Panic’s opening act on their current tour. Members of the band have sat in with WSP at a number of recent shows. The Dirty Dozen Brass Band will provide support at tomorrow night’s show in Las Vegas.

Here’s a look at last night’s setlist via our Box Scores page

Wednesday, July 10, 2013, Widespread Panic, Boise, ID Botanical Gardens

Set I: Papa Legba, Pilgrims, Blackout Blues, Tortured Artist, Better Off, Bear’s Gone Fishin’ > Shut Up and Drive, Down, Pleas, Conrad The Caterpiller

Set II: From the Cradle, Dyin’ Man, North, Clap Hands*^, Quarter Tank of Gasoline*, B of D > Papa’s Home > Drums > Papa’s Home > Proving Ground > Chilly Water

No encore due to curfew

Notes: (*)with Danny Hutchens, acoustic guitar & Vocals; Eric Carter, electric guitar (^)Tom Waits original; First Time Played

Source: Panicstream.com

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