Panic/Allmans Tour Comes To An End: A Guide to the Sit-Ins From Each Leg

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JoJo Hermann – Good Morning Little Schoolgirl (8/21), The Weight (8/21, 10/9), It Takes A Lot To Laugh It Takes A Train To Cry (8/22, 9/2), You Don’t Love Me (8/22, 8/30), Southbound (8/22, 8/27, 10/12, 10/17), Who’s Been Talking (8/24), Smokestack Lightning (8/24), Highway 61 Revisited (8/26), Feelin’ Alright (9/1),

Jimmy Herring – Dreams (8/21), One Way Out (8/21, 10/3, 10/9), In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed (8/22, 8/27, 10/3, 10/12, 10/17),  Southbound (8/22, 8/27, 9/2, 10/6, 10/12, 10/17), Who’s Been Talking (8/24), Smokestack Lightning (8/24), Franklin’s Tower (8/26, 10/7, 10/17), Mountain Jam (8/29 – w/Dazed and Confused, 10/3) Les Brers in A Minor (8/30), Stormy Monday (9/2, 10/3), Don’t Keep Me Wondering (10/3), Statesboro Blues (10/3), Anyday (10/3), Trouble No More (10/3),

Dave Schools – You Don’t Love Me (8/22), Dreams (8/29, 10/9, 10/17), Mountain Jam (8/29), Franklin’s Tower (10/7), Key to the Highway (10/9), Highway 61 Revisited (10/9), Southbound (10/17),

Todd NanceSouthbound (8/22, 10/6, 10/17), Franklin’s Tower (10/7),

Members of the Allman Brothers Band:

Derek Trucks – Bust It Big (8/22), Gimme (8/22), Chilly Water (8/22), Thin Air (8/27), Blackout Blues (8/27, 10/16), It Ain’t No Use (8/29), Blight (8/29), Surprise Valley (8/30, 10/13), Goin’ Out West (8/30), Ride Me High (9/1), Turn On Your Lovelight (9/1), Papa’s Home (9/1), Climb to Safety (9/1, 10/13), North (9/1), Bowlegged Woman (9/1), Mercy (9/2), Rock (9/2), You Should Be Glad (10/3), Maggot Brain (10/9), Time Is Free (10/9), Second Skin (10/16),

Warren Haynes – Surprise Valley (8/22, 8/30), Chilly Water (8/22, 8/29), Red Hot Mama (8/26), Chainsaw City (8/26), Protein Drink > Sewing Machine (8/27, 10/6), Smokestack Lightning (8/29), Goin’ Out West (8/30), Turn On Your Lovelight (9/1), North (9/1), Bowlegged Woman (9/1), Me and the Devil Blues (9/2), Last Dance (9/2), Henry Parsons Died (10/4), Mr. Soul (10/4), Second Skin (10/6), Slipping Into Darkness (10/10), Bust It Big (10/10), Ribs & Whiskey (10/12), Stop Breakin’ Down Blues (10/12), Use Me (10/17), Cortez The Killer (10/17),

Marc Quinones – Surprise Valley (8/22), Slipping Into Darkness (10/10),

Oteil Burbridge – Fishwater (8/27), Fixin’ To Die (8/30), Time Is Free (10/9),

Gregg Allman – Just Like A Woman (9/1, 10/10), Turn On Your Lovelight (9/1),

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2 thoughts on “Panic/Allmans Tour Comes To An End: A Guide to the Sit-Ins From Each Leg

  1. Chad Reply

    Great roundup, Scotty. And what a tour.

    Just wanted to say a few quick words on the Nashville show, which I was lucky enough to attend: a fierce, fast and furious one, where the Allmans welcomed upwards of six or seven guests, including a percussionist or two (not Sunny or Todd from Panic) who didn’t get a shoutout. And how much fun to see Johnny Neel pounding the keys up there? As much firepower as there was in the ABB set 10/14 — and with Jack Pearson KILLING it in “Liz Reed” and Jimmy Hall adding roadhouse harp to “YDLM” — hearing Johnny with Panic was even better. That night’s version of “Big Woolly Mammoth” was the show highlight, followed closely by the Audley Freed sit-in that buoyed “You Should Be Glad > It Ain’t No Use > Jam.” Was surprised Audley didn’t jam with the Brothers, too, but there were so many people all over the stage it’s just as well. Fun tour. One for the books.

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