Marcus King Band wsg/ Django Knight
The Hi-Fi, Indianapolis, Indiana
February 14, 2017
Photographer/Writer: Tyler Muir
It is rare for two acts to share one stage in the same evening and bring a breath of fresh air to two separate genres of music. It gives those who have attended concerts for years a feeling of yesteryear, and demonstrates to the younger crowd a feeling of exactly how it should be done. When you add that it was Valentine’s Day, and in the best venue in the city, it almost had poetic charm. Those in attendance will be discussing this show with anyone that will listen until both these acts return to Indianapolis, and probably even longer. Continue reading Marcus King Band wsg and Django Knight→
As Widespread Panic winds down toward what is now a confirmed “hiatus” — that will follow the upcoming acoustic Wood Tour — the veterans are showing no signs of slowing in the meantime.
With 21 October stops that primarily blanketed the deep south and the midwest, we sent two of our top senior photographers out to bring back images from the road and they both resoundingly answered the call.
So take a stroll down short-term memory lane as we look back at the widespread month of panic October through the photos of Ian Rawn and Amber Jennings.Â Â Â
10/08/11 Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre at Encore Park, Alpharetta, GA
I: All Time Low > Rock, Tickle the Truth, Dyin’ Man, Saint Ex, Impossible > I Walk On Guilded Splinters > Christmas Katie > Radio Child, Henry Parsons Died
II: Machine > Barstools and Dreamers, Goodpeople > Flat Foot Flewzy, Don’t Be Denied*, This Part Of Town*, Flicker > Jam > Papa’s Home > Drums > Papa’s Home, Driving Song > Superstition > Driving Song > Breathing Slow > Chilly Water
Encore: City of Dreams*, Love Tractor
* with John Keane on pedal steel
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