Discography

  • Uber Cobra

    July 13th, 2004

    Produced by Widespread Panic
    Mixed by John Keane
    Recorded by Billy Field
    Assisted by Chris Rabold & Brad Blettenberg w/additional assistance by The Oade Brothers
    Mastered by Ken Love at Mastermix

    Art Design & Photography by Flournoy Holmes. Package Coordinator-Ellie MacKnight.

    All songs written by Widespread Panic published by Widespread Music Administered by BMI except:

    Walk On by Neil Young published by Silver Fiddle Music (ASCAP) / Can't Get High by Daniel Hutchens & Eric Carter published by Wet Trombone Music (BMI) / City of Dreams by David Byrne published by Index Music inc (ASCAP) / Geraldine by Willis Alan Ramsey published by Wishbone Music (ASCAP) / Expiration Day by Vic Chesnutt published by Ghetto Bells Music (BMI), / and Can't Find My Way Home by Steve Winwood published by Warner-Tamerlane Pub. obo F.S. Music Ltd.

    John Bell - vocals, guitars
    John Hermann - keyboards, vocals
    George McConnell - guitars
    Todd Nance - drums
    Domingo S Ortiz - percussion
    Dave Schools - basses, vocals

  • Night of Joy

    March 23rd, 2004

    Produced by Widespread Panic
    Mixed by John Keane
    Recorded by Billy Field
    Assisted by Chris Rabold & Brad Blettenberg w/additional assistance by The Oade Brothers
    Mastered by Ken Love at Mastermix

    Art Design & Photography by Flournoy Holmes. Package Coordinator-Ellie MacKnight. Crew photo by Tom Smith.

    All songs written by Widespread Panic published by Widespread Music Administered by BMI except: "Arleen" by Winston Riley published by Westbury Music / "I Wish" by Stevie Wonder published by Jobete Music Co & Black Bull Music/ "Use Me" by Bill Withers published by Interior Music Corp(BMI)

    John Bell - vocals, guitars
    John Hermann - keyboards, vocals
    George McConnell - guitars, vocals
    Todd Nance - drums
    Domingo S Ortiz - percussion
    Dave Schools - basses

    The Dirty Dozen Brass Band:
    Roger Lewis-baritone & soprano sax
    Efrem Towns-trumpet & fluglehorn
    Kevin Harris-tenor sax
    Revert Andrews-trombone
    Terence Higgins-drums & percussion
    Julius McKee-sousaphone
    Jamie McLean-guitar

    DDBB appears courtesy of Ropeadope Records and uses Conn/Selmer Horns, Paiste Cymbals, Vic Firth Drumsticks, Audix Microphones and Monster Cables
    www.dirtydozenbrass.com

  • Ball

    April 15th, 2003

    All songs written by Widespread Panic, published by Widespread Music / BMI. Administered by Bug Music except:
    Travelin' Man written by Michael Houser, published by Door Harp Music / BMI.

    Photography by Nitin Vadukul
    Design by Smay Vision

    John Bell - vocals & guitar
    John Hermann - keyboards & vocals
    George McConnell - guitar & vocals
    Todd Nance - drums & vocals
    Domingo Ortiz - percussion
    David Schools - bass & vocals

    Produced by John Keane and Widespread Panic
    Mixed by John Keane at Keane Recording, Ltd. assisted by Billy Field.
    Recorded by John Keane
    Initial set up by Danny Michael Hilley.
    Mastered by Ten Jansen at Sterling Sound / NYC

  • Live in the Classic City

    June 11th, 2002

    Widespread Panic is set to release their third live disc, Live In The Classic City, June 11, 2002, on Sanctuary Records/Widespread Records. Live In The Classic City comes on the heels of their Gold selling DVD, Live At Oak Mountain, released on October 9, 2001. The three disc, twenty-seven track release was recorded in the band's hometown of Athens, GA, on April 1, 2 and 3, during their Spring 2000 Tour. For the first time ever, the band asked the devoted legion of fans that come to shows and record them from the audience, to leave their equipment at home for these shows. This was in anticipation of being able to release live music never been heard before. This immaculate recording spotlights Panic classics and fan favorites including, "Chilly Water," "All Time Low" and "Bear's Gone Fishin'." The band also pays homage to some of their favorite bands and artists with covers such as "Blight," by Vic Chesnutt, "Ride Me High," by JJ Cale and "Red Hot Mama," by George Clinton. Widespread Panic is known for the wide variety of musicians they invite on stage and Live In The Classic City features these very special guests: Bill Berry (R.E.M.); Count Mbutu; Charlie Pruet (Allgood); Dr. Arvin Scott; Chuck Leavell (Rolling Stones); Randall Bramblett (Traffic, Steve Winwood); Yonrico Scott (Derek Trucks Band); Anne Richmond Boston (Swimming Pool Q's); Col. Bruce Hampton; Derek Trucks and John Keane. To add to the good time, the band also invited crew and family members, Peter Jackson and Garrie Vereen to perform. Live In The Classic City was produced and mixed by longtime friend and producer, John Keane, at his studio in Athens, GA.

  • Don't Tell the Band

    June 19th, 2001

    Produced by John Keane, engineered by Doug Trantow and John Keane.
    Mixed by Doug Trantow and John Keane. Assisted by Billy Field
    Recorded and mixed at John Keane Studios in Athens, GA.
    Mastered by Ken Love at Mastermix in Nashville, TN.

    Design & Art by Flournoy Holmes. Photography by Flournoy Holmes

    All songs written by Widespread Panic, published by Widespread Music / BMI, except: Sometimes written by Charles Edward Crawford / Thunderspiels Music / BMI

    John Bell - vocals, guitars
    John Hermann - keyboards, vocals
    Michael Houser - guitars, vocals
    Todd Nance - drums, vocals
    Domingo S. Ortiz - percussion
    David Schools - bass

    Randall Bramblett - tenor sax on Sometimes
    John Keane - pedal steel on This Part of Town and additional guitar noises on Casa Del Grillo