Widespread Panic Plays Several Rare Covers In Norfolk

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Last night, Widespread Panic made a Winter Tour stop at Chrysler Hall Theatre in Norfolk, Virginia. After playing an all-original show earlier in the tour, the Tuesday night concert saw the band break out several rare covers throughout the two-set performance.

The first rarity came toward the end of the first set when WSP played Neil Young’s “Heart Of Gold” for just their third performance of the cover. Three songs into the second set Panic treated fans to their fourth rendition of Led Zeppelin’s “D’yer Maker” having last played it 70 shows ago.

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