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20 Questions: Widespread Panic

Widespread Panic revisited their rocking roots (and went to a new label) for their first studio release in five years, and in our 20 Questions, reveal a profound adoration for both Houses of the Holy and Quadrophenia and recount the best advice they ever received from a member of R.E.M.

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Chasing the American Dream with Widespread Panic in Sin City on the 4th of July

A holiday Panic show provides the intrepid traveler with another flashing chance at bliss amidst the economic chaos that passes for the dwindling American Dream in 2014.

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Widespread Panic: 5 April 2014 - Los Angeles

The group's deep grasp of Americana and classic rock makes Widespread Panic one of the modern music world’s greatest curators of American music history.

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Hard Working Americans: Hard Working Americans

Todd Snider and some rootsy jam band friends cover country and roots-rock songs. The fact that it's a hit and miss collection is almost completely due to Snider's limited vocal range.

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Widespread Panic: 16 November 2013 - New York

Among the A-list jambands born in the mid-‘80s through about the early ‘90s, none has been more consistent that this one for as long a period, nor seems as poised to remain so.

Chad Berndtson
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Jazz Fest 2013: Notes from the Field and Photos

New Orleans' greatest festival turned into a music-filled swamp during the two weekends of Jazz Fest 2013. It was dirty, smelly and sonically delicious -- exactly the way Jazz Fest should be.

Kate Russell
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Desitively Bonnaroo: Reporting from the Land of Dust and Music (Part 3)

You’re here to see your favorite indie-rock act, and you just so happen to have great representatives from other musical styles to explore as well.

Tomas Hachard
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Widespread Panic: 25 June 2010 - Morrison, CO

With plenty of daylight still ahead, Widespread Panic took the stage for what was to be the first of three shows at the Red Rocks Amphitheater.

Jonathan Kosakow
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The Road Goes on Forever and the Party Never Ends: An Interview with Widespread Panic

Becoming CNN's house band? Giving away all their touring profits while garnering their best chart position ever? Having a safeword for the band? Widespread Panic's John Bell talks about the fantastic, non-stop, and sometimes downright surreal life that the Panic has lived the past 25 years.

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Widespread Panic: Free Somehow

Producer Terry Manning propels the group in a unique, darker direction that will indelibly enhance the Panic’s live performances for sold-out shows to come.

Thomas Hauner
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