Today In Jambands.com History (8/16/01) – Panic, Bela, RatDog and Friends, So Many Roads Tour…
Today we look back to August 16, 2001…
Widespread Panic to Head to Europe, US Fall Dates Released
Widespread Panic has announced plans for a European tour in September. The band will play dates in England, France, Germany and Holland. In October, Widespread will kick off its US tour with a three-night stand at the Greek Theater in Berkeley, CA October 12-14. The group will perform a Halloween show at UIC Pavilion in Chicago. The itinerary also includes stops in Washington, Oregon, Montana, Utah, Arizona, Texas, Louisiana, Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee.
For complete details, visit www.widespreadpanic.com.
DJ Logic, Rob Barraco Sit in with RatDog
DJ Logic and Rob Barraco performed with RatDog last night at Jones Beach Amphitheater in Wantagh, NY. Barraco (Phil & Friends) joined the band midway through the set for The Wheel. Logic then emerged and added turntables to an extended bass solo that was sandwiched in between The Wheel and Dark Star.
The show was part of the So Many Roads Tour, which continues tomorrow at PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel, NJ. For the complete itinerary, visit www.rat-dog.com.
Keb Mo Jams with Bela Fleck & the Flecktones
Keb Mo joined Bela Fleck & the Flecktones last night at Chastain Park in Atlanta, GA. Mo took the stage for More Luv, which also included segments of Bob Marleys No Women, No Cry and I Shot the Sheriff, sung by Futureman.
Earlier in the night, Bela joined Mo for a portion of his set. The Flecktones and Keb Mo play again at Riverfront in Nashville, TN. For more dates, visit www.flecktones.com.
Brothers Past Added to So Many Roads Tour Date
Philadelphia’s Brothers Past will perform at the Tweeter Center in Camden, NJ this Saturday, August 18 as part of the So Many Roads Tour. BP will play the side stage, beginning at 7 p.m. Other acts on the tour include RatDog, Rusted Root, Keller Williams, Karl Densons Tiny Universe and DJ Logic.
Following its performance at the Tweeter Center, Brothers Past will headline the Khyber in Philadelphia. The group plays tonight at Rexs in West Chester, PA. For the bands complete schedule, visit www.brotherspast.com.
Seth Yacovone Band Announces Fall Dates
The Seth Yacovone Band has announced its initial fall itinerary. The groups tour kicks off September 2 at the Mt. Snow Brewers Festival in Mount Snow, VT and will include stops in New York, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Virginia, North Carolina and Georgia. In October, the band plans to head to Italy for a short tour. More information will be released soon. For details, visit www.sethyac.com.