Widespread Panic are always a must-see band, and this video shows why! The jamband from Athens, GA has uploaded a live performance of "Hatfield" from their set at the Ride Music Festival in Telluride, Colorado last month. Watch above.
Shot & edited by Andy Tennille, the black and white video shows picturesque shots of the crowd and mountains during the band's opening jam. They break into "Hatfield," and the music journey begins. Strong bass lines and steady drumming contribute to energized guitar riffs. John Hermann flashes his brilliance on the keys before Herring and Bell feed off each other's energy on guitars. Bell's strong vocals lead into another soaring guitar solo towards the end. They start to go into another song, but the video fades out, leaving us with a taste of how great they are live.
Recently, the band also shared a live video performance of "Walking" from their Red Rocks Amphitheatre show on June 28, 2015.
The full concert recording is available at LiveWidespreadPanic.com.
For Widespread Panic's latest music, news, and tour dates, check out their Zumic artist page.
Source: WidespreadPanicMusic YouTube