Widespread Panic Busts Out “Coconut” 130 Shows Later In Pensacola [Watch]

first_imgWidespread Panic brought their show to Pensacola, FL last night for the first of their two-night stand at The Saenger Theatre. To end their first set, the southern gents dusted off “Coconut” from their 1988 album Space Wrangler. Having not played it since Panic En La Playa in January of 2015, a solid 130 shows have passed since the song’s last life.Among the rest of the night’s highlights included covers of Neil Young‘s “Vampire Blues”, Chuck Berry‘s “Let It Rock”, J.J. Cale‘s “Ride Me High”, and Talking Heads‘ “Heaven”. Panic fans were treated to knee-slapping versions of “Heaven, Ribs & Whiskey” and “Street Dogs For Breakfast”, as the night simmered into a “Mercy” extended jam that, with a break on the drums, led into a solid “Fixin’ To Die”. Second set ended with “Pigeons”, marking another stand-out song selection with remarkable placement. The sextet encored with another tour debut, “Vacation”.Thanks to YouTube user coloartist, you can watch the full performance of “Coconut” below:Widespread Panic return to The Saenger Theatre tonight for another sold-out show, then move on to St. Augustine, Florida, for two more nights that will close out the southern leg of this tour.Widespread Panic @ Saenger Theatre in Pensacola, FL 9/20/16:Set 1: Weight of the World, Pleas > Vampire Blues, Pickin’ Up The Pieces > Jam > You Got Yours, Let It Rock, Heroes, Rebirtha > Coconut* (71 mins)Set 2: Ride Me High > Tie Your Shoes > Heaven, Ribs & Whiskey, Street Dogs For Breakfast, Mercy > Drums > Fixin’ To Die, You Should Be Glad, Pigeons (102 mins)Encore: Vacation (11 mins)* LTP 1.25.15 Panic en la Playa (130 shows)[Setlist via PanicStream]last_img read more

Jamestown Red Raiders Win 2020 State Championship

first_imgPhoto by Andrew Stevenson/WNY News Now.JAMESTOWN – On Monday, the Jamestown Raiders hockey team took home the 2020 State Championship with a 6-2 victory over Lancaster at Northwest Arena.Going 2-0-1 in the preliminary round, the Raiders picked up a victory in the Semi-Finals Monday morning to advance to the Championship Round, defeating Syosset 6-4.Less than a minute into the championship game, the Raiders drew first blood via the first of two goals by Raiders defenseman Alex MacCallum.MacCallum would extend Jamestown’s lead to 2-0 after netting his second goal of the game in the second period, a lead the Raiders would not relinquish. In the losing effort for Lancaster, Devin Clemons did score a goal to cut the team’s deficit to 2-1 with under six minutes left in the second period.Jamestown responded with a 4-0 scoring run after Clemons’s goal, with two goals by forward Cooper Bergman and goals by forwards Cooper Bergman and Tristan Spillane. Jared Voelker scored the other goal for Lancaster with the game out of reach.Named the MVP of the championship game, MacCallum went into the championship game with just one goal scored in 16 games played this season.In the regular season, Bergman was the team leader with 22 points, scoring eight goals and adding 14 assists.Spillane averaged one point a game during the 2019-2020 regular season, scoring nine goals and 18 points in 18 games. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)last_img read more