29 years ago, John Bell, Michael Houser and David Schools went looking for a drummer for their next gig. After striking out with the usual suspects around Athens, Georgia, the three friends made an eleventh-hour call to a high-school band mate of the guitar player living in Atlanta. A few days later, Todd Nance rolled up to the house shared by the other three. After a night of rehearsing, the new quartet hopped onstage together for the first time the next day. Widespread Panic was born.
This very special evening finds the southern rock staples gracing the stage of Dallas’ own Winspear Opera House in an intimate, not-to-be-missed performance that will be remembered by fans for years to come.