20

Sep

2005

Widespread Panic

Charlottesville Pavilion, Charlottesville, VA

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09/20/05 Charlottesville Pavilion, Charlottesville, VA

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Set One

Pleas 712

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Henry Parsons Died 362

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Ride Me High 509

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Charlottesville Jam 233

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Rock 372

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Party At Your Mama's House 508

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Space Wrangler 570

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Surprise Valley 565

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Climb To Safety 358

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One Arm Steve 216

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Set Two

Doreatha 418

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Pigeons 526

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Visiting Day 546

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Thin Air (Smells Like Mississippi) 531

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Little Lilly 535

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Red Hot Mama 328

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Drums 343

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Monstrosity 509

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Travelin' Light 365

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Action Man 322

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Encore

Old Joe 246

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Ain't Life Grand 294

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Show Notes
  • Drums with Bently Rhodes on percussion
  • Reviews for this item

    stuninja 4/24/2006 5:36:27 PM

    "so psycadelic huh huh huh sweet"

    Sonny Rug 10/26/2005 5:26:32 AM

    "If every show was as tight as Portsmouth, with that mountain of energy and perfect crowd synergy flowing like molten lava, i`d quit my job at 39 and tour with the boys the rest of our natural lives. Charlottesville is a killer town, sweet vibe at the show but the band mates just didn`t have it together. Let me emphatically state starting nightshows while it`s still light and the venue 1/2 empty does not make for a very energetic first set. By the time it was dark, they were leaving for break! Ironic isn`t it how we all have on and off night`s in our own jobs, and it stands to reason the boys would too, just sucks having to kick down 50 beans for a ticket to mediocrity. I have been seeing Panic for 19 years but the inconsistency of shows has plagued the boys since inception. How one show can be so insanely destroyed,(Portsmouth) and the other so lamely discombobulated (C-ville) is beyond me. But please keep coming back to Virginia, others who complain this isn`t a fan friendly state obviously forgot about the HORDE tours way back when, Floodzone! We ALWAYS love the Panic no matter what hat they wear!"

    eric2388 10/5/2005 3:39:59 PM

    "Good Va show, although it wasn`t as phenominal as Portsmouth, good setlist and chill little pavillion."

    Sacha 10/4/2005 10:25:22 AM

    "THis show was incredible! I came from NJ to see them, and it was worth every minute of the drive. The new lights that where used where just incredible, and the venue was great. It was like having Widespread in your backyard!"

    Too shockin` to see 9/28/2005 9:02:10 PM

    "Loved the trip to Charlottesville. Cool little mountain town. Show was outstanding. Visiting Day always gets me. The setlist was good for freshmen. Standard Panic loud and fast! I need a little more depth from the boys. They still rocked it though. They seem to have a really good time in Va.lots of smilling and laughin on the stage. I got some good friends in Va. and they always show me a good time. Yeah, the cops are a hassle, but those Va. boys know how to handle em. I embrace Va. shows, especially, Portsmouth. Can`t wait to see the next Richmond show(Schools hometown). As rare as Richmond shows are the boys usually funk it up real nice. To that dude "VASUX", lighten up dork. Sweet review of the show. It`s about the quality of the show, not your inability to have a good time. Go rub one out and relieve a little tension. See everyone in Macon!"