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Published: 2016/12/15

Todd Nance Makes First Post-Widespread Panic Appearance with Bloodkin

This past weekend, Bloodkin hosted their seventh annual Bloodkin & Friends event in their hometown of Athens, GA, welcoming a host of guests for the show, including former Widespread Panic drummer Todd Nance.

Nance, who officially parted ways with Panic back in February, made his first public onstage appearance since the split. As Live & Listen reports, Bloodkin also welcomed their founding member Daniel Hutchens, who had a minor stroke just a couple weeks before the event, along with Jerry Joseph and many more.

The setlist from the night featured plenty of Bloodkin originals, plus several choice covers including songs written by late Widespread Panic guitarist Michael Houser, along with an encore-closing cover of The Rolling Stones’ “Happy.” See the full setlist below, courtesy of Live & Listen.

Bloodkin & Friends
Georgia Theatre, Athens, GA

Set I: Jazz Funeral, Easter Eggs, Is That All There Is?, Black Jacket, Loves Getting Older, Wet Trombone Blues, Sick Of It All, Place To Crash, Ravin’ Beauties, Success Yourself, My Name Is Alice, Can’t Get High, Makes Sense To Me

Set II: Think On These Things, Giraffe, War At The End Of The World, Quarter Tank Of Gasoline, Crosses By The Highway, Cynic Clinic, No Matter What, The Waker, It Was You, Can’t Change The Past, Down, Sandbox, Most Beautiful Day, Way Too Loud, New Pony, Streets of Nashville, End Of The Show

Enc: Henry Parsons Died, Happy

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