Widespread Panic have revealed the latest installment in their Porch Songs series of live releases, with the 34th iteration coming in the form of Bozeman 2000, a show the group played at the Brick Breeden Fieldhouse in Bozeman, MT, on November 10, 2000.
The announcement of the release notes that the show featured “an especially unique energy,” offering a highlight opener “Heroes” and choice jams in “Stop-Go” and “Astronomy Domine,” plus a cover of the Grateful Dead’s “Cream Puff War” and a strong encore of “Can’t Find My Way Home” into “Makes Sense to Me.”
“Bozeman seems like it would be an unassuming stop in the farther reaches of ‘spreadhead-dom,’ but in fact is a prime example of why so many fans went the distance to follow the band during this period and find that extraordinary experience.”
See the 11/10/00 setlist below, and download the show here.
Brick Breeden Fieldhouse, Bozeman, MT
Set I: Heroes > Rebirtha > The Waker, Papa Legba > Stop-Go > Cream Puff War, Sleepy Monkey > Little Lilly > One Arm Steve
Set II: Let’s Get Down To Business > Rock > Walkin’ (For Your Love) > Jack > Pigeons > Drums > Astronomy Domine Jam > One Kind Favor, Blue Indian > Climb To Safety
Enc: Can’t Find My Way Home > Makes Sense To Me