Widespread Panic & Umphrey’s McGee – October 4 & 5, 2013 – Charleston, SC Review
Widespread Panic & Umphrey’s McGee 10/4/13 & 10/5/13 Fall Tour 2013 Review – October 4 & 5, 2013 – Family Circle Stadium – Charleston, SC
Umphrey’s took the stage right at 6pm starting their 1hr 15min set. By 7:50pm, Widespread Panic took the stage to start their first set.
Review from JamBands.com:
Widespread Panic and Umphrey’s McGee wrapped up a two night run at the Family Circle Stadium in Charleston, SC last night. The weekend featured headlining shows from Panic preceded by opening sets from Umphrey’s. While the two bands didn’t collaborate on night one, they certainly made up for it on Saturday night as collaborations came early and often. Widespread Panic guitarist John Bell joined UM late in their set for a cover of Bill Withers’ “Ain’t No Sunshine,” which the two collaborated on at Warren Haynes’ 2010 Christmas Jam.
During Panic’s second set, the band invited members of Umphrey’s on stage for a pair of Funkadelic covers. First, guitarist Jake Cinninger and resident keyboard wizard Joel Cummins joined in for “Maggot Brain.” That jam segued into “Red Hot Mama” which also included UM percussionist Andy Farag. Farag stayed on for the following “Drums” segment before exiting.
Umphrey’s McGee – Friday (Night 1)
Stream or download the full show here: http://www.panicstream.net/vault/umphreys-mcgee-10042013-charleston-sc/
Umphrey’s McGee – “Haji”
Widespread Panic – Friday (Night 1)
Stream or download the full show here: http://www.panicstream.com/vault/widespread-panic-10042013-charleston-sc/
Widespread Panic – “Let’s Get The Show On The Road”
Widespread Panic – “Proving Ground”
Widespread Panic – “Pigeons”
Widespread Panic – “Ride Me High”
Widespread Panic – “Conrad The Caterpillar”
Widespread Panic – “Climb to Safety”
Umphrey’s McGee – Saturday (Night 2)
Umphrey’s McGee – “Ain’t No Sunshine” w/ John Bell