Widespread Panic Covers Black Sabbath For The Fourth Consecutive Show

first_imgOn Friday, it was “Fairies Wear Boots.” Saturday, “Sweet Leaf.” Sunday, “Children Of The Grave.” Last night, Widespread Panic continued their trend of covering a Black Sabbath tune in the encore, bringing out a wild debut version of “Electric Funeral” – in the middle of “Chilly Water” no less.Panic was on hand at the Orpheum Theatre in Minneapolis, MN, playing to an enthusiastic crowd on a fall tour run that will ultimately land them in Colorado for three nights. With all eyes on the Halloween run, Panic continues to serve up fiery dishes of Southern-fried jam rock. The band has yet to repeat any songs on this tour as well, continuing to mine their deep catalog over the course of these four nights.“Let’s Get Down To Business” opened the show, before the classic Pops Staples cover “Hope In A Hopeless World” came next. The band touted out classics like “Heroes” and “Old Neighborhood,” included a great “Party At Your Mama’s House > Stop Breakin’ Down Blues” and ended the first set with “Conrad.”The band got to jamming in the second half, with “Steven’s Cat” opening and great segues like “Time Zones > Solid Rock” and a “Machine” that would ultimately lead into “Little Kin,” “Travelin’ Light,” “Barstools & Dreamers,” a mini “Drums” jam,” “Red Hot Mama” and “Fishwater.” Of course, you know the ending by now, as Panic brought out “Chilly Water” and segued into their debut of “Electric Funeral,” before returning to “Chilly Water” to end the set.In honor of the debut Black Sabbath cover, listen to the first three Sabbath tunes that the band played in Milwaukee below (though the “Fairies Wear Boots” video is actually from Austin).Fairies Wear BootsSweet LeafChildren Of The GraveYou can see the full setlist below, courtesy of PanicStream.Setlist: Widespread Panic at the Orpheum Theatre, Minneapolis, MN – 10/25/16Set 1 Let’s Get Down To Business, Hope In A Hopeless World, Heroes, Old Neighborhood, Makes Sense To Me, I’m Not Alone, Party At Your Mama’s House > Stop Breakin’ Down Blues, Conrad (60 mins)Set 2 Steven’s Cat, Wondering, Time Zones > Solid Rock, Machine > Little Kin > Travelin’ Light > Barstools & Dreamers > Mini-Drums > Fishwater > Red Hot Mama > Fishwater (80 mins)Encore Chilly Water > Electric Funeral > Chilly Water (16 mins)Notes [‘Electric Funeral’ first time played (Black Sabbath); 4th consecutive show featuring Black Sabbath in encore (Halloween theme?)]last_img read more

Tix Now On Sale for A.R. Gurney’s What I Did Last Summer

first_img Related Shows What I Did Last Summer View Comments Tickets are now available for A.R. Gurney’s What I Did Last Summer. Carolyn McCormick, Tony nominee Kristine Nielsen and more will star in the off-Broadway production, which will begin previews on April 28 at the Irene Diamond Stage at the Pershing Square Signature Center. Directed by Jim Simpson, the production will open on May 17 and run through June 7.The play takes place near the end of World War II. With her husband overseas, Grace takes her teenage son and daughter to Lake Erie for the summer. However, she soon discovers that her attempt for maintain the status quo may have adverse effects on her splintering relationship with her family.The cast will also include Pico Alexander, Juliet Brett, Noah Galvin and Kate McGonigle. Show Closed This production ended its run on June 7, 2015last_img read more

Football News UEFA Champions League 2018-19: When and where to watch Group Stage draw; All you need to know

first_img For all the Latest Sports News News, Football News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: The group stage draw for the 2018/19 UEFA Champions League ceremony is set to begin at 12 pm ET (09:30pm IST) on Thursday (August 30). The ceremony is scheduled to take place at the Grimaldi Forum in Monaco. The 32-team draw has been divided into four pots from which eight groups of four team each will be derived.The first round of group matches is scheduled to take place on September 18 and 19 with top two from each group qualifying for the knockouts. The draw will be officially be streamed live on UEFA’s official website.ALSO READ: Eng vs Ind 4th Test Preview: Virat Kohli and co eye series equaliserThe final will be played at the Estadio Wanda Metropolitano in Madrid on June 1.Earlier in the 2017/18 Champions League final, Spanish giants Real Madrid defeated Liverpool 3-1 in Kiev to lift their third consecutive UCL.The first pot consists of defending UEFA Champions League winner, defending Europa League winner and six winners of top six leagues in UEFA’s coefficient ranking.ALSO READ: Asian Games 2018 Day 12, LIVEThe top eight teams are Real Madrid (UCL), Atletico Madrid (UEL), Barcelona (La Liga), Manchester City (Premier League), Bayern Munich (Bundesliga), Paris Saint-Germain (Ligue 1), Juventus (Serie A) and Lokomotiv Moscow (Russian Premier League).No teams from the same league can be drawn together, like Manchester City cannot be drawn alongside Liverpool or Manchester United. last_img read more