On Sunday, Widespread Panic closed out a four-night run at Red Rocks Amphitheatre, once again proving the mantra, “never miss a Sunday show” to be true.
Known for its diverse culture as much as its place in music history, it’s only natural for this year’s New Orleans Jazz Fest to include standouts like Frank Ocean and Fleetwood Mac.
Among fans of jam bands, a commonly held axiom for those who like Widespread Panic is, “Never miss a Sunday show.” For those who like String Cheese Incident, one that might be adapted is, “Never miss the second show of a three-night run.”
On Sunday night at 1stBank Center, hometown boys, String Cheese Incident, brought the goods in force over the course of three delectable hours.
“I’m really glad I’m not acid right now,” my friend said during moe.’s dark and frenetic jamming of the song “Ricky Marten” on Saturday night at the Ogden. Indeed, for those who prefer their jam music in the style that another friend of mine described as “happy happy, joy joy,” moe.’s fierce, guitar-driven music might come as a shock.