J.j. cale - travelin' light / cocaine - J.J. Cale


After kicking off the second set with “Old Neighborhood,” Widespread Panic continued to focus on old school gems. “Makes Sense To Me” was followed by “You Should Be Glad” and a tribute to ZZ Top in the form of “Waitin’ For The Bus” and “Jesus Just Left Chicago.” Up next was an intense “Mercy” that gave way to a “jam” and eventually “Bust It Big.” The evening’s “Drums” segment led into “Rock” ahead of the powerful “Protein Drink/Sewing Machine” pairing to close the set. Panic ended the night with a cover of “Honky Red” and their own “Ain’t Life Grand” as the evening’s encore.

Finally, Congratulations to Eric Clapton for hitting the top 10 on the US Billboard Chart with his latest studio album, I Still Do . Eric's 23rd studio album entered the chart at #6 and includes two covers of previously unreleased JJ Cale songs, "Can't Let You Do It" and "Somebody's Knockin' ".

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