Widespread Panic And Jason Isbell Team For JJ Cale Tribute In New Pro-Shot Video

first_imgLast April, fans in Raleigh, NC had the pleasure of seeing Jason Isbell and Widespread Panic on the same billing. Not only were both Southern talents on the lineup together, but Isbell found his way into Panic’s performance for an incredible collaboration during the second set. The guitarist came out and joined Panic for a rendition of JJ Cale’s “Ride Me High,” jamming thoroughly for a great performance.Thanks to Widespread Panic, we have some new pro-shot footage of this exciting collaboration! Shot by Andy Tennille and mixed by Brett Orrison, you’re going to want to sit down and jam out to this great new video of “Ride Me High.”Watch Widespread Panic and Jason Isbell perform the JJ Cale classic, below.The full WSP setlist from that night can be seen below, thanks to PanicStream.Setlist: Widespread Panic at Walnut Creek Amphitheater, Raleigh, NC – 4/30/16Set 1 Travelin’ Light, All Time Low, Christmas Katie > Jack, Dyin’ Man, C. Brown, Bear’s Gone Fishin’ > Honky Red, Red Hot Mama (64 mins)Set 2 Sell Sell, Cease Fire > Ride Me High*, Genesis, 1×1, Blight > Chilly Water > Drums > Porch Song, Blue Indian, Climb To Safety (92 mins)Encore Walkin’ (For Your Love), Heaven (11 mins)Notes * w/ Jason Isbell on guitarlast_img

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