Special Widespread Panic Pre-Party with WSP's Favorite Band- BLOODKIN, 6/19
A special Widespread Panic Pre-Party with WSP's favorite band, BLOODKIN!
THU 6/19 - 9PM - $12 adv /$15 door
Childhood friends and songwriting partners Daniel Hutchens and Eric Carter formed the band Bloodkin and have been releasing recordings since the 90s. Their compositions gained great attention, most notably from Widespread Panic, who wound up recording three Bloodkin songs and who continue to play those and other Bloodkin songs live. Panic's cover of "Can't Get High" peaked at #27 on the Billboard AOR charts. Other songs in Panic's regular rotation are "Makes Sense To Me", "Henry Parsons Died", "End Of The Show", "Who Do You Belong To," and occasionally "Quarter Tank Of Gasoline." Bloodkin and Widespread Panic have now begun to collaborate and perform together as well. Bloodkin's Daniel Hutchens is also known for playing with ex-Velvet Underground member Moe Tucker in the early-to-mid '90s; he played on three of her albums and several of her tours.