Format: 12" 180 g vinyl
"Blue Indian" (recorded 1/29/12)
"Degenerate" (recorded 1/29/12)
"Tall Boy" (recorded 2/11/12)
"Ballad of John and Yoko" (recorded 1/25/12)
"Tall Dragger (recorded 2/11/12)
"Fishing" (recorded 2/11/12)
"Many Rivers To Cross" (recorded 1/28/12)
Widespread Panic's 'Live Wood' combines the best songs from the band's 11-date, four-city dubbed 'Wood Tour' which marks Panic's first-ever fully acoustic tour. The tour is also the final set of shows before the band goes on a long-overdue hiatus for the remainder of 2012, following what has been a fantastic 25th Anniversary year in 2011. Wood Tour began on January 24 with two nights at The Fillmore in Silver Spring, MD, followed by three nights at The Tabernacle in Atlanta, GA, January 27-29. Panic returned to Denver, CO for three nights at The Fillmore, February 10-12 before finishing up with three shows at the intimate Belly Up-Aspen in Aspen, CO, February 17-19. Wood Tour dates bookended the sold out, four-night, fully electric Panic En La Playaextravaganza, featuring the band's first-ever performances in Mexico. Panic En La Playa took place in Puerto Morelos, Mexico on the Mayan Riviera, January 31st - February 3rd. All the dates were Sold Out. This is a unique musical experience as it is inspired by the classic sit n' ski run the band did in 1996 which was and still is a hit with the fans.
John Keane plays pedal steel on Blue Indian, acoustic guitar and vocals on Degenerate and Fishing.