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Published: 2014/03/08

Widespread Panic Debut Beatles Cover on Second Night of Wood Tour

Widespread Panic debuted a cover of The Beatles’ Help! classic “You’ve Got To Hide Your Love Away” during the second night of their acoustic Wood Tour at The National in Richmond, VA yesterday. The tune appeared during the first part of the second set and segued into “Little Lilly.”

Last night’s show also featured acoustic covers of Solomons Burke’s “None Of Us Are Free,” Van Morrison’s “And It Stoned Me,” Alan Price’s “Sell Sell,” JJ Cale’s “Ride Me High,” The Guess Who’s “No Sugar Tonight/New Mother Nature” and “Howlin’ Wolf’s “Tail Dragger.”

Widespread Panic will continue their second Wood Tour tonight with the final show of their three-night run at The National. They will then make their way to Birmingham and Nashville for more acoustic shows next week.

Here’s a look at last night’s setlist as it appears in our Box Scores page

Widespread Panic
The National Richmond, VA

Set I: Space Wrangler > C. Brown, Happy, None Of Us Are Free, Crazy, Trouble, And It Stoned Me, Visiting Day, Sell Sell > Imitation Leather Shoes

Set II: This Part of Town, Pleas, You’ve Got To Hide Your Love Away^ > Little Lilly, Blackout Blues > Vacation, Ride Me High, Ribs & Whiskey, No Sugar Tonight/New Mother Nature

Enc: May Your Glass Be Filled, Tail Dragger, End of the Show

Notes: ^first time played (Beatles)

Source: Panicstream.com

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Kramer March 9, 2014, 01:03:24

Wow just wow. Good job boys! Sorry I missed it!

Tony Galanta March 9, 2014, 18:10:06

They sure know how to select great songs to cover.

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