Widespread Panic stopped in Columbus, Ohio on July 13th in support of their newest album Dirty Side Down

As the day began in Columbus, Ohio on Tuesday July 13, the rain was coming down in monsoon fashion.  It would be a show time decision as to whether or not the Widespread Panic perfomance at LC Pavilion would remain outdoors, or if they would move it indoors.  As the music gods would have it, about a half hour before the opening act Umphrey’s McGee took the stage, it looked as if there would be a break in the continuous rain. Once UM finished their set, the sun began to pop through the clouds and many began to wonder if there was going to be a perfect sunset to an otherwise ugly day.  As the members of Widespread Panic took the stage with their sunglasses on, it would end up being an incredibly comfortable and enjoyable evening for a rock-n-roll show in Ohio’s capital.  John Bell, Dave Schools, Jimmy Herring, John “JoJo” Herman, Todd Nance, and Domingo “Sunny” Ortiz would deliver a memorable evening of the band’s classic anthems as well a few from their newest release Dirty Side Down.

Widespread Panic – 7/13/10 – LC Pavilion – Columbus, Oh

Set I:  Diner > Ribs & Whiskey, Dirty Side Down, Better Off > Bear’s Gone Fishin’ > Pilgrims > Papa Johnny Road > Papa’s Home > Solid Rock

Set II:  Conrad, Tortured Artist > Jaded Tourist > Expirations Day > It Ain’t No Use > Drums > I’m Not Alone > Jam > Space Wrangler* > No Sugar Tonight/New Mother Nature*, Love Tractor

Encore:  Nobody’s Loss > Makes Sense To Me

*w/ Joel Cummins on Keyboards (Umphrey’s McGee opened)

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Widespread Panic on 7/13/10 in Columbus, Ohio

John Bell

Jimmy Herring

Dave Schools

JoJo Hermann

John Bell

Jimmy Herring and John Bell

Todd Nance

Jimmy Herring

Domingo "Sunny" Ortiz

JoJo Hermann

Dave Schools

John Bell

John Bell

Todd Nance

John Bell

Jimmy Herring

JoJo Hermann

John Bell

Jimmy Herring

Dave Schools

John Bell

John Bell

Domingo "Sunny" Ortiz

JoJo Hermann

Dave Schools

John Bell

John Bell

Jimmy Herring

John Bell

Widespread Panic

Jimmy Herring

Dave Schools

John Bell

Dave Schools

John Bell

Jimmy and JB

Dave Schools eyes the camera

JB

Dave Schools

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~ by thenoblevisions on July 14, 2010.

3 Responses to “Widespread Panic stopped in Columbus, Ohio on July 13th in support of their newest album Dirty Side Down”

  1. Nice work Josh. I wish I could have been there with all y’all

  2. Nice, I like your report on the show.

  3. Thanks Eric and Colin. Much appreciated.

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