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Published: 2013/07/14

Carrot Top, Dirty Dozen Brass Band Join Widespread Panic Again in Vegas

Carrot Top and The Dirty Dozen Brass sat in with Widespread Panic for the second night in a row at the Hard Rock Las Vegas yesterday. The first guest appearance came during the middle of the first set, when Dirty Dozen’s Roger Lewis (baritone sax) and Kevin Harris (tenor sax) joined in for “Pickin’ Up The Pieces.”

Things got more interesting during the second set, with all of the Dirty Dozen guys taking the stage for a rendition of fellow New Orleans native Dr. John’s “I Walk On Guilded Splinters,” which was followed by “Christmas Katie.” Widespread Panic and the Dirty Dozen were then joined by WSP manager Steve Lopez (percussion) for “Slippin’ Into Darkness” and a set closing cover of Stevie Wonder’s “Superstition.”

The encore kicked off with a take on Jimmy Cliff’s “Many Rivers to Cross.” The band then played “Take Out” before Carrot Top once again took the stage for the show-closing tune, “Porch Song.”

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

Saturday, July 13, 2013, Widespread Panic, Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas, NV

Set I: Henry Parsons Died, Surprise Valley, I’m Not Alone, Dirty Side Down, Wondering, Ribs and Whiskey, Pickin’ Up The Pieces*, Can’t Get High, Big Wooly Mammoth > Chilly Water

Set II: Saint Ex, Space Wrangler, Rebirtha > Impossible > Sell Sell Sell > Drums > I Walk On Guilded Splinters^, Christmas Katie^ > Slippin’ Into Darkness^^, Superstition^^

Enc: Many Rivers To Cross, The Take Out > Porch Song%

Notes: (*)with Roger Lewis, Baritone Saxophone and Kevin Harris, Tenor Saxophone of The Dirty Dozen Brass Band

(^)with The Dirty Dozen Brass Band

(^^)with The Dirty Dozen Brass Band and Steve Lopez on percussion

(%)with Carrot Top on percussion


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