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Widespread Panic is ‘music in your face’

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Widespread Panic is an American rock band going on 30 years of touring. Every year, they play a sold-out three day bout at Milwaukee’s Riverside Theater.

Marquette Radio had the pleasure of speaking with long-time percussionist for the band Domingo Ortiz, who described the band’s sound as “music in your face.”

Widespread Panic plays at the Riverside Oct. 20, 21 and 22.

 

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