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Wood Tour: Denver, CO (02/11/2012)

Widespread Panic

Year: 1999

Runtime: 02:38:42

Widespread Panic has always made Colorado their home away from home. With their all-acoustic Wood Tour the band crafted an intimate living room-like performanceThe Fillmore in Denver. Hopefully the neighbors didn't mind.

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