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Published: 2014/06/10

Members of Galactic Sit In with Widespread Panic

Members of Galactic joined Widespread Panic on stage during their show at the Red Hat Amphitheater in Raleigh, NC on Friday night. Keyboardist Rich Vogel, saxophonist Ben Ellman and trombonist Corey Henry made their appearance for a covers of The Meters “Ain’t No Use” and Funkadelic’s “Red Hot Mama.” Galactic drummer Stanton Moore also performed with Widespread Panic the previous night when he sat in for “Drumz.” Galactic also played opening set at both Raleigh shows.

Here’s a look at Friday night’s setlist as it appear in our Box Scores page

Widespread Panic
June 6, 2014
Red Hat Amphitheater, Raleigh, NC

Set I: Weak Brain, Narrow Mind, Send Your Mind, Walkin’ (For Your Love), Little Lilly, Flicker > Makes Sense To Me, Blackout Blues, Thought Sausage > Barstools and Dreamers

Set II: I’m Not Alone > Rock, Solid Rock, Machine, Action Man > Mercy > Jam > Weight of the World, It Ain’t No Use* > Red Hot Mama*, Love Tractor

Enc: Honky Red, Sharon

Notes: *with Rich Vogel, Keys; Ben Ellnam, Sax; Corey Henry, TromboneSource: Panicstream.com

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