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Published: 2017/06/26

Widespread Panic Pay Tribute to Col. Bruce Hampton at Red Rocks Finale

Widespread Panic concluded their run at Red Rocks with a special tribute to the late Col. Bruce Hampton as the band covered “I’m So Glad” during the encore with all members of the group wearing shirts to pay homage to the late musician.

The cover, which came between a triple-encore of “Jack” and Blind Faith’s “Can’t Find My Way Home,” marked the first performance of the song by Panic since July 8, 2003. Watch a performance above.

Elsewhere on the night, Panic dug deep into their catalog to revive “Galleon” for the first time since July 21, 2001 as well as another ’01 bustout as “E on a G” returned for the first time since November 16, 2001.

Panic’s tour resumes July 15 when they headline the Sloss Festival in Alabama.

Here’s a look at the setlist as it appears in our Box Scores section:

Widespread Panic
Red Rocks Amphitheatre Morrison, CO

Set I: A of D, Tall Boy, Shut Up And Drive > You Got Yours, Galleon*, Airplane > Take Off Jam > Rebirtha^ > Wondering, Good People, North

Set II: Greta > All Time Low, Can’t Get High, Conrad, Saint Ex, Driving Song > Papa’s Home > Goin’ Out West > Pilgrims > Driving Song, Last Dance > E on a G^^ > Last Dance

Enc: Jack, I’m So Glad^^^, Can’t Find My Way Home

Notes: *Last time played 7/21/01
^with Mountain Jam tease
^^Last time played 11/16/01
^^^Last time played 7/8/03

Band returned for encore wearing Col Bruce tribute Grease shirts


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