Widespread Panic

Philips Arena

Atlanta, GA

Dec 31, 2007

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  • JB on acoustic guitar for Set One
  • photos courtesy Ian Rawn
  • Reviews

    Emerson 10/19/2022 1:07:59 PM

    "Widespread Panic has possibly the best live shows as far as their energy goes. Then that energy is throwin to the crowd, if we are getting louder then the band hears it and throws more our way. I love music so much, yet nothing compares to a live concert from amazing bands like WP. Far as Herrings goes, he has filled the shoes of a very talented Houser. He obviously had these songs down prior to this show. There's just dumb people out there like on some of these comments, Either way some folks dont seem to understand how many notes/chords are within each song, "not to mention the improv's in each show. Jimmy Herrings is one of the best to ever pick a 6 string. Great show, also the year I graduated HS!"

    Cody 12/7/2009 4:47:07 PM

    "I think Jimmy Herring is the most amazing guitarist to ever play and to say that he's finally learning the songs is rediculous your obviously not a true spread head. you need to open your eyes brother!"

    are you serious? 4/5/2008 10:09:27 PM

    "I think that "Finally" is a rather strong word, Jarrad. How can you say something like that and claim to not be "knocking" him. He is the fucking man. end of story"

    Jarrad 4/4/2008 5:07:56 PM

    "This was the first show I have seen since New Years '97 when they played Ophelia. I thought this was a real Panic show. It seems Jimmy Herring is starting to learn the Widespread songs finally. Not to knock Herring, I love his 'Jazz is Dead' stuff and he nails a "Row Jimmy" enough to make you cry, but Panic songs are not about musical aptitude. They have their own voice that isn't easily translated (since Mike Houser made it from scratch) and it is very colloquial. But Herring is getting the licks right now it seems. You can start to tell on Machine, it gets really tight like early 90's Panic. Great stuff. I agree with the other poster, the future looks bright for Panic if you were a fan of the Panic of old. If they continue to bring Herring into the fold and teach him the proper way to play the songs, the way they played them for years, the band will be able to rediscover all of those memories, as well will we."

    I'm not alone 2/4/2008 10:50:59 PM

    "You just had to be there!! This was "the one"..!!!!"


    Setlist at Philips Arena, Atlanta, GA on Dec 31, 2007

    Set One

    Time Waits 287


    Blue Indian 318


    Send Your Mind 247


    Clinic Cynic 303


    Crazy 255


    Old Joe 249


    Driving Song 271


    Wondering 542


    Driving Song 163


    Set Two

    From the Cradle 278


    Pigeons 496


    Life During Wartime 629


    Machine 204


    Love Tractor 498


    Worry 512


    Holden Oversoul 417


    Up All Night 227


    Set Three

    Countdown to 2008 214


    Ain't Life Grand 458


    Bust It Big 808


    Chilly Water 381


    Time is Free 1076


    Chilly Water 265


    Surprise Valley 856


    Protein Drink 310


    Sewing Machine 380


    Conrad the Caterpillar 615



    Pilgrims 496


    Red Hot Mama 377


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