Widespread Panic Busts Out “Sleepy Monkey,” Covers Blind Faith In Pensacola Closer

first_imgPanic continues their tour tomorrow, September 23rd, with a two-night, tour-closing run at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre. You can the full PanicStream setlist below.Setlist: Widespread Panic at Saenger Theatre, Pensacola, FL – 9/21/16Set 1: Old Neighborhood > Makes Sense To Me, Time Zones, A of D, Old Joe, Visiting Day, Sleepy Monkey > Stop/Go, ConradSet 2 :Disco, Second Skin > Party At Your Mama’s House > Stop Breakin’ Down Blues, Chunk of Coal, Airplane > Drums > I Walk On Guilded Splinters > Honky Red, Protein Drink / Sewing MachineEncore: Who Do You Belong To?, Can’t Find My Way HomeNotes: Sleepy Monkey’ LTP 11/12/2013 Baltimore (211 shows) FTP for Duane It seems the fine folks of Pensacola, FL got some great performances from Widespread Panic, as the jam group continues to put out smokin’ hot showings on a nightly basis. For two nights, Panic has kept things rolling at the Saenger Theatre in the Florida city, and even treated fans to a bust out of “Coconut” on night one. The second show continued that trend, with the band busting out “Sleepy Monkey” in the first set after a gap of 211 shows. Since the last time it was played was 2013, this marked the first-ever performance of the song by drummer Duane Trucks, who joined the band in 2014.Panic brought a number of classic tunes to Pensacola for the finale, opening up the show with “Old Neighborhood > Makes Sense To Me” and keeping the energy high throughout. The concert also featured some great jamming out in set two, including a great sequence of “Airplane > Drums > I Walk On Guided Splinters > Honky Red.” To bid fans goodnight, the band broke out into “Who Do You Belong To?” in the encore and finished up with a rendition of Blind Faith’s “Can’t Find My Way Home.” John Bell handled the vocals with a passion.last_img