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Zman’s source

Widespread Panic
Park Theatre
Las Vegas, Nevada

1st Set

01 JB Greeting
02 Tall Boy >
03 Mr. Soul
04 Walkin’
05 Who Do You Belong To?
06 Trouble >
07 Good People >
08 Me And The Devil Blues
09 Holden Oversoul >
10 Cream Puff War >
11 Holden Oversoul

2nd Set

01 Postcard
02 Little Kin
03 Big Wooly Mammoth >
04 Jam >
05 You Got Yours
01 2nd Skin >
02 Pilgrims >
03 All Time Low >
04 Bear’s Gone Fishin’  >
05 Maggot Brain >
06 *Chilly Water


07 Visiting Day >
08 Fairies Wear Boots

* With Carrot Top On Percussion

Source: Schoeps CCM4V’s>Lunatec V2>Sound Devices 722 (24/44)
FOB/DFC/KFC/ZFC/AARP VIP Section Below Section 304, 6 1/2′ High
Recorded By: Z-Man

Photo by Josh Timmermans
Coloartist’s Source

Widespread Panic
The Park Theater
Las Vegas, NV

Set 1 (60 mins)

01 Intro 1
02 Tall Boy
03 Mr Soul
04 Walkin’ (For Your Love)
05 Who Do You Belong To?
06 Trouble
07 Good People >
08 Me and the Devil Blues
09 Holden Oversoul >
10 Cream Puff War >
11 Holden Oversoul

Set 2 (94 mins)

01 Intro 2
02 Postcard
03 Little Kin
04 Big Wooly Mammoth >
05 You Got Yours
06 Second Skin >
07 Pilgrims
08 All Time Low
09 Bear’s Gone Fishin’ >
10 Maggot Brain >
11 Chilly Water*
12 Crowd

Encore (15 mins)

13 Visiting Day
14 Fairies Wear Boots

* w/ Carrot Top on percussion
– ‘Cream Puff War’ LTP 5/07/16 Chicago (106 shows)
– 4th split ‘Holden Oversoul’ alltime, and all with ‘Cream Puff War’
– ‘Fairies Wear Boots’ LTP 10/21/16 Milwaukee (72 shows)
– Entire show with Edie Jackson, ASL interpreter

Source: Schoeps mk22>NOS>KC5>CMC6>analog>788T (HPF 0) 24/48
Location: FOB/DFC section 304 Row F, Between Seats 21 & 22, 7′ High
Recorded by Coloartist-Bennett Schwartz

Photo by Coloartist

Coloartist’s Source

Widespread Panic
The Park Theater
Las Vegas, NV

Set 1 (59 mins)

01 Intro to Fear and Loathing (video)
02 Home on the Range^
03 Rumble^ >
04 Henry Parsons Died
05 Vampire Blues
06 Don’t Tell The Band*
07 Use Me
08 Up All Night
09 Shut Up And Drive
10 Conrad

Set 2 (90 mins)

01 Intro
02 Chilly Water
03 Tail Dragger
04 Low Spark of High-Heeled Boys
05 Proving Ground >
06 Home on the Range (no vocals-Jimmy lead)
07 Magic Carpet Ride^ >
08 Drums >
09 Cease Fire >
10 City of Dreams
11 Mr Soul
12 Crowd

Encore (12 mins)

13 House of the Rising Sun** >
14 Home on the Range (no vocals-JoJo lead)
15 All Right Now^

^ First Time Played
‘Home on the Range’ (From the movie ‘Where the Buffalo Roam’ loosely based on Hunter S. Thompson played by Bill Murray)
‘Rumble’ (Link Wray – Blow soundtrack)
‘Magic Carpet Ride’ (Steppenwolf) w/ Carrot Top on percussion
‘All Right Now’ (Free) 

* LTP 6/25/02 Dallas (1,046 shows – Mikey would play 4 more shows)
** LTP 6/24/14 Lincoln (212 shows)

Schoeps mk4>DinA>KC5>CMC6>analog>788T (HPF 0) 24/48
Row K, Section 304 Seat 6 right side of soundboard, 6′ high
Recorded by Bennett Schwartz

Zman’s Source

Widespread Panic
Park Theatre
Monte Carlo Hotel And Casino
Las Vegas, Nevada

1st Set

01 PA Animation Fear And Loathing
02 ^Home On The Range
03 ^Rumble >
04 Henry Parsons Died >
05 Vampire Blues
06 *Don’t Tell The Band >
07 Use Me
08 Up All Night
09 Shut Up And Drive >
10 Conrad The Caterpillar

2nd Set

01 Chilly Water
02 Taildragger >
03 Low Spark Of High-Heeled Boys
04 Provin’ Ground >
05 ^#Home On The Range >
06 ^@Magic Carpet Ride >
07 Jam >
08 Drum Solo >
09 Cease Fire >
10 City Of Dreams >
11 Mr. Soul


01 House Of The Rising Sun >
02 ^#Home On The Range >
03 ^+All Right Now

* Last Time Played 6/25/2002
# Instrumental Version 
@ With Carrot Top On Percussion
^ First Time Played
+ JB Did Not Play Guitar On This Song

Source: Schoeps CCM4V’s>Lunatec V2>Sound Devices 722 (24/44)
SOB(Side Of Board)/DFC/KFC/ZFC/AARP Section 304, Row K, Seat 6, 6′ High
Recorded By: Z-Man

Widespread Panic
October 14, 2003
Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Auditorium
Chattanooga, TN

Set 1
01) Disco >
02) Monstrosity
03) Gradle
04) Dyin’ Man >
05) Pigeons
06) Casa Del Grillo
07) Clinic Cynic
08) Meeting Of The Waters
09) Radio Child

Set 2
01) Sometimes
02) Blight >
03) Rock >
04) Travelin’ Light* >
05) Greta >
06) Blue Indian >
07) Bass and Drums >
08) Drums* >
09) Machine ** >
10) Barstools and Dreamers* >
11) Blackout Blues*
12) City of Dreams

01) Cocunuts
02) Tonight’s The Night

* with Carrot Top on percussion
** with just Schools and Sonny and Todd

Source:MK41(DIN)>KC5>CMC6>Lunatec V3>M1
FOB Row R DFC 7′ On Stand
Taper: Nick Stiritz
Converted By: Max Hester


Widespread Panic
The Joint @ The Hard Rock Hotel and Casino
Las Vegas, NV

Set 1: (68 mins)

01 intro 1
02 Sell, Sell >
03 And It Stoned Me
04 Give
05 Can’t Get High,
06 Cotton Was King
07 Disco >
08 Diner >
09 Rock
10 Ain’t Life Grand*

Set 2: (70 mins)

01 intro 2
02 Junior >
03 Stop Breakin’ Down Blues >
04 Party At Your Mama’s House (That Thang) >
05 Bear’s Gone Fishin’ >
06 Papa’s Home >
07 Drumz >
08 Angels On High^,
09 Life During Wartime^**
10 crowd

Encore: (20 mins)

“This one goes out to the girl with the Robert Plant hair. See you up there.”  -DAS

11 Pickin’ Up The Pieces^,
12 Vampire Blues^,
13 Chainsaw City^**

* JB on tiny guitar
^ w/ Karl Denson on sax
**Carrot Top on percussion

Schoeps MK22>NOS>KC5>CMC6>analog>788T (HPF 0) 24/48
OTS, DFC, Section behind SBD – 8′ high
Recorded by Bennett Schwartz



Karen Friedman

From Shannon Kiss on behalf of us:

No one loves music more than you … Well, when it came to Widespread Panic, Karen gave all of us a run for our money in that department. From the moment they pulled her in, she was a bright part of each night, dedicated with setlist book in hand, connecting people, opening her home, sharing whatever she had to give and laughing and dancing her way through all of it. There just aren’t any words to explain or describe the void that we’re all feeling right now. A part of us is gone – a huge part of us, because we all shared so many great moments that Karen was a part of. We’re all connected to each other, and she runs thru all of us and the road we’ve taken together for 2 decades. With bright smile, twinkling eyes, big hugs, extra waters, stickers, jokes, space, love… From Europe to NY, Atlanta and Oak Mtn, she’s been there. She’s always been there, so to try to understand her not being there feels impossible. To try to understand Dave’s loss right now is unfathomable. But, all who know her know that she’d want nothing more than for us to celebrate her life through music, laughter and each other. She built a life and family and found love through music – the music of Widespread Panic. Now, she’s lucky to be with all of those in this family on the other side. And, she’s bringing us together again in this moment in ways we haven’t been before…..still running through us and keeping that connection tight. No one – not anyone loves music more than she did. We love and miss you greatly, Karen!



Today is March 27, 2015. Was this a significant date for me? Not really. But it has taken on a whole new meaning.  Earlier tonight, I was pulling into a parking spot near Fenway Park in Boston, as I was on my way to a music show.  I was on the guest list to record Blackberry Smoke, an Atlanta band I am very fond of. I see lots of shows in the course of a week, month, and year. So this was what you may think of as an ordinary evening for me. That changed as I received a phone call from Stacey Ochs Fraley. “You heard the news”? My answer was no, what happened to who?  The fact that I am horrible with Facebook as everyone will attest, had me in the dark on this one.   She tried to choke back the tears. I heard the words Karen Friedman and my heart skipped. It sank into the depths of my gut. NO! It can’t be! It had to be a mistake. Denial was not helping me. She explained what she had heard.  I was instantly numb. I had lost a taper friend who died in a horrible train crash north of New York City last month. And now, more terrible news of losing another very good friend. And then the phone calls and texts kept coming. I called Chris, my wife. She is so much more on top of keeping up with friends, especially on Face Book.  She had not heard as she was on her way home from work. She had basically the same reaction as I had, disbelief.
I went into my show in somewhat of a daze. I taped the 2 opening bands and then Blackberry Smoke. The crowd was energized and frenetic. I was not, as I was in another world. I was so far removed from my show. I traded a few texts with Dave. As lost as I seemed, I thought, how is he functioning and comprehending what is going on? A couple people suggested I write something about Karen. Usually about now I am processing my show so I can expeditiously upload it. Well, tonight, I am trading that process to remember Karen.
I have known Karen close to 20 years, and Dave at least 15. I was friends before they were a couple and truly loved them as good friends. I was with them in Las Vegas at the first Vegoose when he proposed to her in October 2005. She was SO happy! Sam Boyd Stadium could have crumbled around us and it would not have phased her happiness. I would be remiss if I did not mention this. Matthew Farrelli was with us along with 30 other in our little group.  He may not remember that day quite so well. He could not put to words together to save his life. I tried talking to him and it was fruitless. I went over to Dave and Karen and said, “What the hell did you do to him”? His answer was quick and to the point. “He asked me to take him as far out there as I could, without going over the edge”. I said, congratulations, you succeeded.
Well, Chris and I along with so many friends saw Dave and Karen unite in marriage. With all the familiar faces, it almost felt like we were at a Widespread Panic show, except overdressed! It was truly a blast as far as weddings go.  Karen loved her Widespread Panic and Black Crowes. She was very knowledgeable when it came to music. We could always compare notes for all the shows we attended together and express our opinions.(And yes, she used to keep notes scrawled on her little notepad) The shows in the backyard of the Fox Brothers where we ate glorious BBQ and heard great tunes were more great times!
I had so many happy moments, laughs, travels, music and stories to last a lifetime. You see, most anytime I was with Karen, it was usually at a show. A can’t miss opportunity for fun and excitement! Dave and Karen were always great traveling companions. We traveled together to see Charles and Ashley get married back in 2010. We have traveled back from Orange Beach, Alabama. Karen had the ability to walk into a room, and the room would brighten up just from her presence. She was never at a loss for words, always contributing to the conversation. In New Orleans for the Halloween run in 2002, she was hanging all 3 nights with me. She made the mistake of complaining about the song, Henry Parsons Died. She said she was sick of how many times she had heard it. From that night on, whenever I
was at a show where Panic played it, she got a phone call from me. Even if the show was being streamed, she would hear from me! I was in Oakland last Saturday 3/21/2015. I was fully expecting Panic to play it and I was going to call Karen! That would have been my last phone call to Karen, only they never played it. Now whenever it is played, I will look up into the heavens and know you will be listening to it with Mikey!
I have a ton of admiration for a common friend or ours, Shannon Kiss. She went through a similar circumstance years ago when she lost her best friend and husband Wayne Sawyer. Dave, she has been a rock! She is once person I can say that could be a huge help to you. Sorry Shannon about putting you on the block, but you are a pillar of strength. We can all learn from your experience and knowledge.
So, no post show eats. No post show torrent. No post show stream to listen to. This was the 3/27/2015 post show!  I know it is cliche, but life is short. Life is fragile. Take the time to love one another and embrace each other. You never know what tomorrow may bring. Karen, we all love you and miss you! Dave, we all love you and please know we are all here for you to lean on. That’s what friends and family are for. It is our right and privlidge to support you! Karen, Rest in Peace, but still get up and boogie in heaven!
Heaven (David Byrne)
Everyone’s tryin’ to get to the bar
The name of the bar, the bar is called Heaven
In Heaven the band plays our favorite song
They play it one more time they play it all night long
Oh! Heaven. It is a place
A place where nothing, nothing ever happens
And there is a party. Everyone is there.
Everybody gonna leave at exactly the same time.
Its hard to imagine that nothin’ at all
Could be so exciting, could be this much fun.
Oh! Heaven. It is a place
A place where nothing, nothing ever happens
And when the kiss is over, we’ll start again.
It won’t feel any different. In fact it’s exactly the same.
Its hard to imagine that nothin’ at all
Could be so exciting, or this much fun
Oh! Heaven. It is a place
A place where nothing, nothing ever happens
Oh! Heaven. It is a place
A place where nothing, nothing ever happens
Love and Soulshine,

Widespread Panic
The Joint
Las Vegas, NV

set 1:

01 intro
02 Henry Parsons Died
03 Surprise Valley
04 I’m Not Alone
05 Dirty Side Down
06 Wondering
07 Ribs And Whiskey,
08 Pickin’ Up The Pieces*
09 Can’t Get High
10 Big Wooly Mammoth >
11 Chilly Water

set 2:

01 intro
02 Saint Ex
03 Space Wrangler
04 Rebirtha >
05 Impossible >
06 Sell Sell >
07 Drums >
08 I Walk On Guilded Splinters**
09 Christmas Katie** >
10 Slippin’ Into Darkness***
11 Superstition
12 crowd


13 Many Rivers To Cross
14 The Take Out >
15 Porch Song****

* with Kevin Harris on tenor saxophone, Roger Lewis on baritone saxophone
** with Dirty Dozen Brass Band on horns
*** with Dirty Dozen Brass Band on horns, Steve Lopez on percussion
**** with Carrot Top on percussion

[The Dirty Dozen Brass Band opened]

Thanks to those who hit record 2nd set and brought my gear to my room when food poisoning kicked in.

Schoeps MK4>Kwon dina>KC5>CMC6>analog>788T (HPF 0) 24/48
matrixed with
ccm41LG>NOla dina>analog>788T (HPF 0) 24/48

Recorded by Bennett Schwartz

Photos by Andy Tennille Photography

Widespread Panic
The Joint
Las Vegas, NV

Set 1: (78 minutes)

01 intro
02 All Time Low,
03 Little Lilly >
04 Cotton Was King,
05 Climb To Safety,
06 Holden Oversoul >
07 Jack,
08 Weight of The World*,
09 Bust It Big*,
10 Use Me*,
11 Tail Dragger*

Set 2: (90 minutes)

01 intro
02 Love Tractor >
03 Imitation Leather Shoes,
04 Hatfield >
05 Ride Me High >
06 Second Skin >
07 Aunt Avis >
08 Goin’ Out West,
09 Greta >
10 Fishwater
11 crowd


12 Me And The Devil Blues,
13 Life During Wartime**


* with The Dirty Dozen Brass Band (Kevin Harris, Tenor Sax; Roger Lewis, Baritone Sax; Efrem Towns, Trumpet; Gregory Davis, Trumpet

**with Carrot Top on percussion
I apologize to the whistler that I threatened beat the shit out of.

Schoeps MK4>Kwon dina>KC5>CMC6>analog>788T (HPF 0) 24/48
matrixed with
ccm41LG>NOla dina>analog>788T (HPF 0) 24/48

Recorded by Bennett Schwartz

Photos by Erik Kabik/


Widespread Panic
Planet Hollywood
Las Vegas, NV
July 3rd, 2007

Set 1

1) Intro
2) Lil Kin>
3) Machine>
4) Barstools and Dreamers
5) Big Wooly Mammoth>
6) Cream Puff War
7) Smoking Factory
8) C Brown
9) Trouble>
10)Space Wrangler

Set 2

1) Intro
2) Better Off
3) You Should Be Glad
4) Diner>
5) Stop Breaking Down
6) Surprise Valley>
7) Low Spark of High Heeled Boys>
8) Drums*
1) Surprise Valley>
2) Jack
3) North


4) Nobody’s Loss
5) Wonderin’

Crystal Method opened and was setbreak music

*Carrot Top on Drums


Widespread Panic
Meadowbrook Music Festival,
Oakland University,
Rochester Hills, MI

1: Happy Child > A of D, Space Wrangler > Walkin’ (For Your Love), Down, Pigeons, Hope In A Hopeless World, Sleepy Monkey > Walk On > Conrad

2: Action Man, Thought Sausage, North, Diner, Chunk Of Coal > Drums* > Surprise Valley > Pilgrims, Travelin’ Light*

E: Nobody’s Loss, Coconut

* with Carrot Top


Widespread Panic
Pompano Beach Amphitheater,
Pompano Beach,FL

0: A of D > Wondering, Chunk Of Coal, Sleepy Monkey > Weak Brain, Narrow Mind > Sleepy Monkey, Love Tractor, Makes Sense To Me, Barstools and Dreamers, Ride Me High* > Drums** > Vacation > Entering A Black Hole Backwards > Chilly Water, Contentment Blues

E: Tall Boy > Red Beans

* with G. Love on harmonica/guitar/vocals
** with Carrot Top on percussion, Jeffery Clemens on drums

[Travelin’ Light Tour; ‘Kinky Reggae’ rap by JB during ‘Sleepy Monkey’; G. Love & Special Sauce and Guster opened]

Widespread Panic
Stephen C. O’Connell Center
Gainesville, FL
November 14, 1999

Set 1:
01) Let’s Get Down to Business
02) Heroes >
03) Weight of the World >
04) Worryin
05) Bear’s Gone Fishin >
06) C. Brown
07) Dyin’ Man
08) Radio Child

Set 2:
01) Surprise Valley >
02) Love Tractor
03) Driving Song >
04) Ride Me High >
05) Driving Song
06) Drums* >
07) Drums & Bass > Jam >
08) Wind Cries Mary
09) Ain’t Life Grand

01) Climb to Safety >
02) Blackout

* with Carrot Top on percussion, Drew Worsham on percussion

Taper:Deepesh Misra
Source:AKG 483 > oade m248 > sbm-1

Widespread Panic
Tampa Performing Arts Center,
Tampa, FL

1: Pigeons > Pleas > Who Do You Belong To?, Blue Indian, Greta > Space Wrangler > Proving Ground > Weak Brain, Narrow Mind > Proving Ground

2: Climb To Safety > Chilly Water > Big Wooly Mammoth > Chilly Water, Christmas Katie, Let It Rock > Drums* > One Arm Steve, Conrad

E: Henry Parsons Died

* with Carrot Top on percussion

[‘Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap’ rap before ‘Drums’]

Widespread Panic
MGM Grand,
Las Vegas, NV

1: Contentment Blues, People Are Strange* > You Should Be Glad > John’s Other Jam > Pilgrims** > Greta > Sharon > Time Zones**, Stop-Go > Imitation Leather Shoes > Chainsaw City

2: Cant Get There From Here*, Slippin’ Into Darkness* > When The Clowns Come Home, Diner > Proving Ground > Drums*** > Airplane**** > Morning Dew* > Love Tractor

E: That Old Black Magic*, Radar Love*, I Want You (She’s So Heavy)*

* with John Keane on guitar
** with John Keane on pedal steel
*** with Jeff Lane on percussion
**** with Carrot Top on percussion, John Keane on guitar

[Only ‘Cant Get There From Here’, Only ‘I Want You (She’s So Heavy)’, Only ‘John’s Other Jam’, Only ‘People Are Strange’, Only ‘That Old Black Magic’; Last ‘Airplane’ – 07/02/02, 316 shows; Last ‘Morning Dew’ – 01/14/89, 1976 shows; Last ‘Radar Love’ – 10/31/96, 876 shows]

Taped and Transferred by Mikey Jones

Widespread Panic
The Joint
Hard Rock Hotel and Casino
Las Vegas, NV

1st Set

01 Greeting/Tuning
02 Henry Parsons Died
03 Heroes >
04 Rock
05 Jaded Tourist
06 Low Spark of High Heeled Boys* >
07 Arleen* >
08 Low Spark of High Heeled Boys*
09 Little Lilly >
10 Party At Your Mama’s House >
11 Stop Breakin’ Down Blues
12 Space Wrangler

2nd Set

01 Intro
02 Pigeons
03 Pleas >
04 Jack >
05 Climb To Safety**
06 Shut Up and Drive
07 All Time Low >
08 Worry
09 Travelin’ Man >
10 You Should Be Glad >
11 Papa’s Home*** >
12 Drum*** >
13 Jam***>
14 Papa’s Home***
15 Tall Boy
16 Crowd


17 Waitin’ For The Bus**** >
18 Jesus Just Left Chicago****>
19 Life During Wartime****

* with Karl Denson on saxophone
** with Carrot Top on percussion
*** with Wally Ingram on percussion
**** with Warren Haynes on guitar

[Gov’t Mule opened]

Source:Schoeps MK22>kwon-NOS>KC5>CMC6>V3>KindKables XLR-mini XLR>744T
Recorded by Bennett Schwartz

Widespread Panic
Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre
Greenwood Village, CO

Set 1:
01. Imitation Leather Shoes
02. Weight Of The World
03. Walk On >
04. Stop-Go >
05. Cream Puff War
06. Bayou Lena
07. Wondering
08. Space Wrangler >
09. Tall Boy

Set 2:
01. Thank You Very Much Michael!
02. Papa Legba
03. Henry Parsons Died
04. All Time Low
05. Little Lilly
06. Get In Get Out
07. Arleen* >
08. Drums** >
01. Bass Jam >
02. Love Tractor
03. Chilly Water
04. Crowd

05. Old Joe (Old Soul)
06. Porch Song

* with Happy Child Jam
** with Carrot Top on percussion

Entire show with George McConnell on guitar, Randall Bramblett on saxophone

[‘Three Little Birds’ and ‘Body And Soul’ raps by JB during ‘Stop-Go’]

DJ Logic, Pseudpod, Particle, Rana, Keller Williams, Steel Pulse, and Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe also appeared

Source: (TS ortf) Schoeps Mk4>kc5>cmc6>Sonosax Sx M2>Panasonic SV 255
Taper: Tal Blanchard & Nate Fisher
Converted & Seeded: Rick

Widespread Panic
Tampa Performing Arts Center
Tampa, FL.

Set One:

01. Stop-N-Go>
02. Weak Brain, Narrow Mind>
03. Stop-N-Go>
04. Little Kin
05. Pleas>
06. Sleeping Man
07. Galleon>
08. Dyin’ Man
09. Ain’t No Use>
10. Tallboy

Set Two:

01. And It Stoned Me
02. Junior>
03. Jam>
04. Rebirtha
05. Porch Song>
06. Jam>
07. Disco>
08. Tie Your Shoes>
09. Aunt Avis>
10. Drums*>
11. Four Cornered Room>
12. Henry Parsons Died


13. Mr. Soul

*w/ CARROT TOP on percussion
-Slow ‘Porch’


Transfered, Remastered, Tracked & Seeded By:  Michael Wilker
Source: DSBD/DAT

Widespread Panic
House of Blues,
Las Vegas, NV

Set 1:
1) Happy >
2) Ophelia,
3) Junior >
4) Rock,
5) Aunt Avis >
6) Better Off,
7) This Part Of Town,
8) Imitation Leather Shoes,
9) Makes Sense To Me,

Set 2:
10) Porch Song >
11) Christmas Katie >
12) Radio Child
1) I’m Not Alone >
2) Drums >
3) Red Hot Mama,
4) One Arm Steve,
5) Mr. Soul,

6) Dream Song,
7) Chunk Of Coal*

* with Carrot Top on percussion

Source: Balcony, DFC – Schoeps CMC6, MK4>OadeM148>HHB >Zefiro ZA2
Taping by Justin Reese(thanks Julian!)
CD Mastering by Alan Schwartz
This sounds GREAT.

Widespread Panic
Wiltern Theatre,
Los Angeles, CA

1: Chilly Water, Thought Sausage, Visiting Day > It Ain’t No Use > Pigeons > Fishwater, This Part Of Town > Love Tractor > Give
2: Surprise Valley > Little Lilly > 1 x 1 > Pusherman > Drums* > Christmas Katie > Radio Child > Makes Sense To Me
E: Goin’ Out West, Ain’t Life Grand

* with Carrot Top on percussion

Widespread Panic
Wiltern Theatre,
Los Angeles, CA

1: Disco > Dyin’ Man > Henry Parsons Died > C. Brown, Hatfield, Help Me Somebody > Rebirtha > Ride Me High > Imitation Leather Shoes

2: Wondering > Sleeping Man > Space Wrangler, Casa Del Grillo, Tall Boy > Drums* > Porch Song > Blue Indian > Blackout Blues

E: Hope In A Hopeless World > Cream Puff War

* with Carrot Top on percussion

[Soundcheck: ‘Visiting Day’]

Widespread Panic
House of Blues,
Orlando, FL

1: Henry Parsons Died > Aunt Avis > Machine > Barstools and Dreamers > Climb To Safety, Heroes, Walkin’ (For Your Love) > Walk On, Christmas Katie > Travelin’ Light

2: Dyin’ Man > Sleepy Monkey, You Got Yours > C. Brown, Last Dance, Mercy > Drums* > Low Rider, Space Wrangler

E: Papa Legba, Dream Song

* with Carrot Top on percussion

[‘Train Kept A Rollin” jam before ‘Drums’]

Widespread Panic
House of Blues
Orlando, FL
April 20, 1999

Set 1:
1. Crowd/Tuning
2. Who Do You Belong To?
3. One Arm Steve
4. Little Kin >
5. Gimme >
6. Better Off
7. Blue Indian
8. The Waker
9. Papa’s Home
10. Hope In A Hopeless World

Set 2:
11. Crowd/Tuning
12. Help Me Somebody >
13. Cease Fire Jam >
14. Goin’ Out West
1. Happy >
2. Wondering >
3. Junco Partner
4. Holden Oversoul
5. Drums* >
6. Conrad >
7. Love Tractor

8. Crowd/Tuning
9. Heaven
10. Blackout Blues

* With Carrot Top on percussion

Source: AKG 481
Conversion: Ivan Kotch (March 30, 2006)