If you've ever seen Widespread Panic at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison Colorado, you should consider yourself lucky. The band currently holds the record for most sold out concerts at the venue and their shows this past June were no different. Once again, Widespread Panic had no problem filling seats and we're excited to say that some official footage from the June 28 show was just released.
Digging deep into a repertoire that spans almost 30 years, Widespread Panic took the Red Rocks stage and played an oldie but a goodie. "Walkin'" was on their self-titled album in 1991, but still feels fresh after all these years.
The video above starts with footage of Red Rocks in the daytime, outside of a concert setting. Children run and play through the seats while others utilize the stairs to exercise. This footage quickly segues into a live performance of "Walkin'." The tune has a very southern rock groove, with long guitar jams and a funky keyboard in the background, riffing off lead singer / guitarist John Bell's playful vocals.
The band's latest record, The Essential Widespread Panic is available on Amazon (MP3).
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