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  posted on 8/10/2018 at 09:37 PM
Didn't get into Panic until the Jimmy Herring era. Listening to classic 90's shows and you can tell how great of a guitarist he was.

Anybody got any good stories about seeing Widespread Panic during that era?

 
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  posted on 8/10/2018 at 10:19 PM
I seen em many times from the mid 90s till his passing. He was such a smooth player. My favorites were in the old, old, coliseum in Charlotte. Itís Bojangles arena now. So many good times.

 

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  posted on 8/10/2018 at 10:55 PM
Yes Houser was a unique guitar player. He played a Fender Telecaster the times I saw him. I really liked his playing and the band was unique and had a wonderful energy and sound. The original Allman Brothers were fresh and different and same with Little Feat. Panic was the 3rd band that struck me that way. Well so did the Dixie Dregs. It was a shock when we found out he had terminal cancer at age 40 or so. I didn't get to go but I remember when they had a free show in downtown Athens and 100,000 people showed up.

Several original members are still in the band. I think the original drummer left just a few years ago for personal reasons and Duane Trucks filled in but now Trucks has the gig. Isn't that right. And Jimmy Herring is an excellent guitarist. I read not long ago that someone in the ABB asked Jimmy to replace Dickey permanently in 1993 when Dickey was arrested for assault on a police officer. But Jimmy said no. He was asked again in 2000 to join permanently and again he said no. What I remember was Butch was furious with Dickey in 1993 for getting arrested in and the band left town without Dickey. After the tour Gregg, Butch and Jaimoe met with Dickey and they then confirmed he was still in the band. But apparently someone wanted Dickey sacked in 1993 if that article about Jimmy is true. Jimmy loved the ABB. He just didn't feel right about replacing Dickey saying "nobody had replaced a living Brother. And I'm a Dickey fan. His tone and solo on One Way Out from Eat A Peach is fantastic." But he was mistaken. David Toler replaced Jaimoe after Gregg, Dickey and Butch voted him out in late 1980. Butch said he regretted that the first show he played with Toler. Butch said David Toler played what Butch played. Said when he started to do something, Toler was already playing it. Gregg said voting out Jaimoe was a low point in the bands history. Jaimoe was asked to join the band for the two shows they did in 1986 and the 1989 Dreams box set tour which resulted in the band playing regularly til 2014.

 

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  posted on 8/11/2018 at 12:18 AM
I think the last show that I seen Mikey Houser play was in Savannah just months before he passed and it was clear that he was ill. He played well for half the show and I Think it was George McConnell that played the 2nd set. He later joined for a few years. Iím a big Jimmy Herring fan as well. He did the first tour with The Dead in 04 and tho I didnít get to see it Iíve always heard good things. I met him in 05 with Col Bruce Hampton in Gaffney SC. He was a really nice and polite guy and the show was a blast.

 

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  posted on 8/11/2018 at 01:21 AM
Panic was never the same after Mike.

 

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  posted on 8/11/2018 at 06:56 AM
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Didn't get into Panic until the Jimmy Herring era. Listening to classic 90's shows and you can tell how great of a guitarist he was.

Anybody got any good stories about seeing Widespread Panic during that era?



I saw them RIGHT after Jimmy joined them at The Chicago Theatre. I think the second or third song was Stevie Wonder's Superstitious. Totally blew me away. I've seen Panic several times. John Bell's voice is an acquired taste to my ears. Sometimes I think he and Susan T. would be an interesting combo.

 

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  posted on 8/11/2018 at 09:05 AM
long time Panic fan, thanks for starting this thread on this site :cheers

saw them around the south, red rocks, and all over new york & new england. the small crowds of northeast theaters were fun, but the southern arena shows packed with die hard fans was an amazing energy rush. University of New Orleans basketball arena was a venue that Panic burned down on more than one occasion with Mikey at the helm.

A buddy and I traveled down to NOLA for the 1999 halloween run, which included a Saints game, multiple layers of debauchery on Bourbon Street, and 3 nights of WSP. This was the setlist of the last night - halloween night...and keep in mind this was a band at the height of their powers:

10/31/99 Kiefer Lakefront Arena, University of New Orleans, New Orleans, LA
1: Papa Legba, Space Wrangler, Blue Indian, Impossible, Pigeons, You'll Be Fine, Greta, Dear Mr. Fantasy, Conrad
2: Misty Mountain Hop > Chilly Water > Pleas > Chilly Water, Happy Child > Pilgrims, Drums* > I Walk On Guilded Splinters*, Travelin' Light, Won't Get Fooled Again
E1: The Wind Cries Mary, Climb To Safety
E2: Dream Song, Porch Song

2 years later my girlfriend (now wife of 15 years) & I went back to NOLA for Jazzfest and caught Panic's night show after a day on Fairgrounds... the Dear Mr Fantasy with Chuck on keys is only topped by the 2nd set with Warren & Matt

05/04/01 Municipal Auditorium, New Orleans, LA
1: Baby, Let Me Hold Your Hand, Imitation Leather Shoes, Holden Oversoul > Sleepy Monkey > Walk On, Driving Song > Casa Del Grillo > Driving Song, Postcard, Dear Mr. Fantasy*
2: Let's Get Down To Business, Climb To Safety, Genesis, Happy Child > Ain't Life Grand > One Arm Steve > Chilly Water > Drums** > Stop Breakin' Down Blues***, Ride Me High**** > Chilly Water***
E: End Of The Show, Blackout Blues
* with Chuck Leavell on keyboards
** with Cecil Daniels on percussion, Matt Abts on percussion, Unknown members of Wild Magnolias on percussion
*** with Chuck Leavell on keyboards, Warren Haynes on guitar
**** with Cecil Daniels on midi-saxophone, Chuck Leavell on keyboards, Warren Haynes on guitar

I love Jimmy, and have seen some fantastic Panic shows in the 16 years since Mikey passed, but Mikey was the unique sound to WSP.



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  posted on 8/11/2018 at 09:20 AM
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Didn't get into Panic until the Jimmy Herring era. Listening to classic 90's shows and you can tell how great of a guitarist he was.

Anybody got any good stories about seeing Widespread Panic during that era?



I saw them RIGHT after Jimmy joined them at The Chicago Theatre. I think the second or third song was Stevie Wonder's Superstitious. Totally blew me away. I've seen Panic several times. John Bell's voice is an acquired taste to my ears. Sometimes I think he and Susan T. would be an interesting combo.


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  posted on 8/11/2018 at 09:22 AM
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long time Panic fan, thanks for starting this thread on this site :cheers

saw them around the south, red rocks, and all over new york & new england. the small crowds of northeast theaters were fun, but the southern arena shows packed with die hard fans was an amazing energy rush. University of New Orleans basketball arena was a venue that Panic burned down on more than one occasion with Mikey at the helm.

A buddy and I traveled down to NOLA for the 1999 halloween run, which included a Saints game, multiple layers of debauchery on Bourbon Street, and 3 nights of WSP. This was the setlist of the last night - halloween night...and keep in mind this was a band at the height of their powers:

10/31/99 Kiefer Lakefront Arena, University of New Orleans, New Orleans, LA
1: Papa Legba, Space Wrangler, Blue Indian, Impossible, Pigeons, You'll Be Fine, Greta, Dear Mr. Fantasy, Conrad
2: Misty Mountain Hop > Chilly Water > Pleas > Chilly Water, Happy Child > Pilgrims, Drums* > I Walk On Guilded Splinters*, Travelin' Light, Won't Get Fooled Again
E1: The Wind Cries Mary, Climb To Safety
E2: Dream Song, Porch Song

2 years later my girlfriend (now wife of 15 years) & I went back to NOLA for Jazzfest and caught Panic's night show after a day on Fairgrounds... the Dear Mr Fantasy with Chuck on keys is only topped by the 2nd set with Warren & Matt

05/04/01 Municipal Auditorium, New Orleans, LA
1: Baby, Let Me Hold Your Hand, Imitation Leather Shoes, Holden Oversoul > Sleepy Monkey > Walk On, Driving Song > Casa Del Grillo > Driving Song, Postcard, Dear Mr. Fantasy*
2: Let's Get Down To Business, Climb To Safety, Genesis, Happy Child > Ain't Life Grand > One Arm Steve > Chilly Water > Drums** > Stop Breakin' Down Blues***, Ride Me High**** > Chilly Water***
E: End Of The Show, Blackout Blues
* with Chuck Leavell on keyboards
** with Cecil Daniels on percussion, Matt Abts on percussion, Unknown members of Wild Magnolias on percussion
*** with Chuck Leavell on keyboards, Warren Haynes on guitar
**** with Cecil Daniels on midi-saxophone, Chuck Leavell on keyboards, Warren Haynes on guitar

I love Jimmy, and have seen some fantastic Panic shows in the 16 years since Mikey passed, but Mikey was the unique sound to WSP.



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I've only seen them in Detroit and both times the venue was pretty empty. Would love to see them down south.

 

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  posted on 8/11/2018 at 09:39 AM
Thanks for the thread and all the posts. I was late to WSP party (first heard about them from a fan at my first ABB show in 2005). Great, fun band to listen to. I've become a big Jimmy Hearing fan.

 

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  posted on 8/11/2018 at 09:53 AM
This thread inspires me to go back and listen to more Mikey era shows.

I wasn't a huge fan of his playing at the time. Felt that when he was "on", there was no one more "on" than Mikey and it was magical, but the problem was that he wasn't "on" very often.

 

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  posted on 8/11/2018 at 11:35 AM
I was told while Mikey was still living the band was named either by Mikey or for Mikey. His nickname growing up was Panic.

 

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  posted on 8/11/2018 at 11:45 AM
What a loss, still. His passing also reminds me of the way the Panic fanbase um, reacted to George McConnell. That was serious online drama. Wrecked a message board or two!

 

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  posted on 8/11/2018 at 12:15 PM
Hard to imagine it's been 16 years since Mikey's passing. The Lingering Lead had a unique technique, and would weave in and out of the music as he saw fit. Sometimes he'd have the pedal to the metal, ripping a wicked solo or crunching the riff, and at others just letting it wander and flow thru the wall of sound while the rest of the band was taking it into the stratosphere. He played a tele with a strat neck, or a strat with a tele neck, i forget. he was cremated with one of his guitars. his sound / method of weaving in and out of the music reminds me of some of the guitar sounds from the Cowboy Junkies with the distortion, and even some Velvet Underground.

Being a freshman at UGA in Fall 87 was perfect timing to start going to see WSP in the early early days. That fall at UGA, I was put in a 3-man dorm room w/ a guy we didn't know, but became quick friends with, Wayne Sawyer. He hipped us to WSP, and later became one of their first roadies. We nicknamed him Neil in reference to Neil the hippy on the 80's British comedy The Young Ones, which would play on MTV on Sun nites before the 120 Minutes show at 11pm or midnite.

The 4 man WSP band scared the hippies. They'd come thinking it was some Dead cover band (they played GD's Cream Puff War sometimes, and were segueing one song into the next, no set lists, just going with the flow), but they would ROCK it and would play some very psychedelic stuff, esp as they went from one sone to the next. There was no hippy-dippy lah lah lah twirl twirl twirl BS going down. Monday nights at the Uptown Lounge was a great start to the week! Later they'd gain Sunny on percussion, and fill out the sound a bit more.

Being Athens, there was great ORIGINAL music going down all around. Nobody wanted to play or sound like somebody else. Cover bands played the drinking party bars, but the real music fans wanted new music!! whatever type it may be. Wayne would kindly help myself & girlfriend (now wife of 20yrs!?) get into the Georgia Theater if it was sold out. Wayne was always a great guy, and even after his days w/ WSP had ended, we'd bump into each other in Atlanta, and both had daughters a year apart. Last time i saw him was at the Botanical Garden for the Halloween kids day. He would die suddenly of a brain aneurysm the next fall. Rock in Peace Wayne, and prayers to his wife & daughter Little Lily.

WSP gets it going and starts playing out of town, and touring; they play some fantastic Athens local fests along the way. The Athens Music Festival at the Athens Fairgrounds was an amazing event, that spurred on the later Athens Super Jams 1, 2, & 3. The second one in 92 had Dave Mathews Band, Allgood Music Company, Aquarium Rescue Unit, Blues Traveler, & WSP closing it down. This was in May 92, and on the recording, you hear Garrie Vareen (r.i.p.) say "check us on the HORDE tour in a few weeks". "Kegs Welcome" it says on the flyers for the BYOB event at the Fairground. Blues Traveler SMOKES it that night, and we are all wondering, wow, how can Panic top that?!?!?!?! Well, the hometeam steps to the plate & KNOCKS IT OUTTA THE PARK!!!! It was really something. People were hammered by booze, smoke, shrooms, & acid, etc. It was an almost out of control chaos but most all were well behaved. Panic fans sometimes get a bad rap for being out of control, but well, sometimes that's the way it goes. We were getting ripped, and rocking out to great bands, and sometimes it would be a little over the top; most times it was just a massive ragin' party with several hundred of your Classic City friends. A good ol' Southern Hootenany!!!! some peeps had to be up front and squished in; we'd usually find a spot with some space to hang and dance and do our thing amidst the madness.

Another great one was the show at the Athens Polo Fields earlier than the super Jam. perfect sized crowd & space early on, the undercovers were there and some people went down for doing dumb stuff out in the open. some friends of mine had strolled into the nearby woods off the parking lot to partake, and all of the sudden some peeps run by them saying the cops are coming! they book it out of the woods with about 20 other people all streaming out of the woods as well like a flush of birds. later in the afternoon comes the announcement from the dtage "ok, the undercovers have all gone!", and things were cool for the rest of the day/nite. i laid out on our blanket tripping like crazy and when I'm Not Alone pwas played, grabbed the whip it, and took off into space. the swirl of the stars and the tunes melting into my brain was amazing.

someone posted about the Light Fuse Get Away free show that happened just over 20 years ago. That was a fantastic event for WSP & Athens. Talk about a street party!!!! There's a new book by Gordon Lamb that's come out about this event, and how it almost didn't happen. It's a great read, and really demonstrates how this event, cobbled together, but very complicated to put on, changed Athens for the better.

When the WSP was/ are ON, they were/ are a six headed beast that takes you into the stratosphere and back. I've gotten lost in the music more times than I can count, live & in person, or listening to the tapes. There are MANY great recordings from even the earliest daze. Seek out anything listing "A Home Team Recording" or similar. The WSP taper geeks would evaluate their tapes after the tours and pick the best of the lot for each show to be mass copied and put into the trading circles. Anything that says "Fox Brothers" is also a likely great sounding recording, as they were part of the Home Team. Them boys went on to take their BBQ cooking at band parties, and turned it into a great resto, and now set up at both the Braves stadium, and inside the Falcons stadium as well!! Good on ya! Anything listing "Z-Man" as the recorder as i have mention on this forum before is gonna be the goods as well.

Check out the final brute. show from the Tabernacle, 4/9/02, for a very different side of WSP with the addition of Vic Chesnutt, the Big Man in a Little Chair. It's the release party for brute.'s Cobalt album. This was our first time seeing Mikey after his illness was announced. It was amazing seeing this in such a small venue. The sound is very Dead-ish in many ways, and it's a great group of songs as well. Lots of psychedelic country-ish rock. They had a great time that night. I remember at one point, the six-headed beast was raging, and Vic just kinda rolls his wheelchair back from the mike, and just looks up and around in awe at the whole surroundings: surging floor of fans + 2 balconies above him all rocking out. It was a cool couple of minutes to watch him enveloped in the music. it really must be such a rush as a performer to play with a band who can do that type of thing with the music, fans and energy. Which is why I like WSP, and ABB, and other bands who can really make liftoff, and take us all for a ride.

two good references for Panic Shows & Music:

PanicStrem - Live stream & d/l goodies
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The EveryDay Companion - WSP Setlists & show database
http://www.everydaycompanion.com/asp/default.asp

I will admit, I fell off the WSP bandwagon after Mikey's passing. Saw him for the final time 4/22/02 in Asheville, NC with some good friends. It was tough for WSP fans that spring, knowing the short run might be his last. Mikey's method of dealing with pancreatic cancer was similar to Gregg's, in that he wanted to play music as long as he was able. He saddled up again for the summer tour, starting off at the 2nd Bonnaroo 6/21/02 (2 nites), then Red Rocks for 3, Dallas, then made it to Cedar Rapids, IA, playing his final show 7/2/02. He had his own bus so his wife & two kids could be there with him. Playing til he end, with the love of his family, the band & crew, and of course the fans giving him strength in his final days. When he died so soon afterwards, it was a shock that he was able to play out thru July...

Rock In Peace Mikey - we miss ya!!!!

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  posted on 8/11/2018 at 01:19 PM
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someone posted about the Light Fuse Get Away free show that happened just over 20 years ago. That was a fantastic event for WSP & Athens. Talk about a street party!!!!


right on! The athens 98 show was my first Panic show. I was 22 and invited up by some UGA co-eds and got on the bus immediately, as the saying goes.

here's some of my favorite houser shows (panic stream is free. livewidespreadpanic is not).

3/28/97 warfield in San Fran
https://www.panicstream.com/vault/widespread-panic-03281997-san-francisco-c a/

1/20/96 - "quiet" show in boulder
https://www.panicstream.com/vault/widespread-panic-01201996-boulder-co/

1/2/98 Atlanta - show they had to add to their New Years run due to some overselling of fan club tickets and not enough tickets allotted to ticketbastard...or something like that
http://www.livewidespreadpanic.com/live-music/0,8343/Widespread-Panic-mp3-f lac-download-1-2-1998-Fox-Theater-Atlanta-GA.html

11/24/00 Memphis Thanksgiving run
http://www.livewidespreadpanic.com/live-music/0,10333/Widespread-Panic-mp3- flac-download-11-24-2000-Mid-South-Coliseum-Memphis-TN.html
The 2nd set Henry Parsons > Little Lilly > Vacation > Porch Song is a great stretch that shows how Mikey could have you headbanging one minute and then casually swaying in a happy hippie breeze the next, I don't think I've seen another band & guitarist pull it off the way Panic did with Mike.

 

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  posted on 8/11/2018 at 06:53 PM
I don't know much about Panic, only saw them once as an opener for the ABB w/ Herring. Derek sitting in.

Was also at the show when Warren announced Houser's death.

All that said I do listen to "Light Fuse, Get Away" from time to time. I think that's a killer live album.

 

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  posted on 8/15/2018 at 10:44 AM
This was my first Panic show from November 1991, at the first Super Jam in Athens.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dlj8h4S1tb0

I was in my last year of college. I didn't know what to make of the songwriting but I came back for more. Picked up the second album after hearing Walkin For Your Love on the radio and then got the first one. Ain't Life Grand remains my favorite and is the album I tell people to get if they are getting their first WSP album....it's the most diverse and has the most consistent and accessible songwriting IMO.

I got to see Houser at least 10 times, the final one being at Music Midtown in Atlanta in 1999. Wish I had seen a few more. I skipped the McConnell years and now have seen the Herring version of the band about 15 times, a couple times at Philips Arena, once at the Tabernacle, once opening for the Brothers at the Charlotte shed, and multiple times at Wanee (sometimes floating in and out of sets there).

But yes, hard to believe it has been 16 years.

 

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  posted on 8/15/2018 at 11:42 AM
And as for stories of the Houser years. I'd say my favorite all-time WSP show as at Chastain Park in Atlanta in 1995. They were picking up local radio on 96Rock and had broken into the next level from playing clubs, theatres and package jam tours to a sold out 7,000 seat arena. It was my favorite "Ain't Life Grand" I've ever heard and we definitely had the feeling that one of "our bands" had made it. It was the first time at age 26 I felt like a was one of the older ones at a Panic show. I remember them turning some house lights on during Ain't Life Grand and the crowd was joyous & roaring. Great setlist:

Proving Ground
Travelin' Light
A of D
Wondering
West Virginia
It Ain't No Use
I'm Not Alone
Can't Get High
Radio Child
Pickin' Up the Pieces
Fishwater
Conrad
Happy Child
Driving Song
Low Rider
Help Me Somebody
Gradle
Drums
Papa's Home
Smoke and Burn
Diner
Porch Song
Blackout Blues

Encore:
Dream Song
Ain't Life Grand

Another legendary Panic show in my circle of music friends was part of a longgggg day, Thanksgiving 1993. We tailgated in the morning before the Ga Tech - uga game in Atlanta. We then went to the game for 11am kickoff (airplane bottles stuffed in pockets); went to my in-laws after for turkey (dried out some); went to my parents for turkey (red wine); then went to the Fox for Panic that night with drinks before and during. Can't say I remember the details everything played but it was a hell of day!

 

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  posted on 8/17/2018 at 06:52 AM
There's a very short but interesting book about the album release party in Athens for "Light Fuse, Get Away".

https://www.amazon.com/Widespread-Streets-Athens-Georgia-American/dp/082035 4139/ref=sr_1_sc_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1534506563&sr=8-1-spell&keywords =widesprad+panic+in+the+streets+book

one spoiler: an Athens Waffle House ran out of waffle batter due to the post show crowd.

 

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  posted on 8/17/2018 at 09:37 AM
Thanks for the posts. Did anybody catch them on the firrst H.O.R.D.E tour. Love listening to the ARU & Widespread Panic band switch jams from that tour

Lol at the waffle house running out of batter.

That Thanksgiving 93 sounds like an epic day.

 

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  posted on 8/17/2018 at 11:29 AM
I didn't start following Panic until they toured with the Allman Brothers. Been a fan ever since. I've heard plenty of their music from the Houser years, and loved that too. I can't compare the Houser vs. Herring line-up, because they are both good. I will say that their live shows are great. Always a different set list. Always putting new wrinkles to the covers they play. Their concerts usually start close to on time, and you get almost three hours of music. Dave Schools is a great player.

 

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