30 Years Ago Today- Widespread Panic Released Self-Titled Second Studio LP

30 years ago today (7/30/91), Widespread Panic released their self-titled second studio album. The album’s 13 songs all would be live staples and continue to be set standouts that include “Mercy,” “C. Brown,” “Pigeons,” “Love Tractor” and “Barstools and Dreamers.” The album featured the late T. Lavitz on keys as JoJo Hermann would join the band in time for 1993’s Everyday. Listen to the powerful studio take of “Makes Sense to Me”…

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