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John Bell, vocalist and guitarist of Widespread Panic, has been touring the world for three decades. Attaining true road warrior status, Widespread Panic has broken attendance records across the country, including 66 consecutive sell-outs at legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre, 18 sell-outs at State Farm Arena in Atlanta, additional records in the UNO Lakefront Arena in New Orleans, Birmingham’s Oak Mountain Amphitheater, New Orleans Jazzfest and The Fox Theatre in Atlanta. Panic has headlined most of the major U.S. festivals including Bonnaroo (eight times), Lollapalooza, ACL Festival, LOCKN’, Outside Lands, Forecastle to name just a few.
Jimmy Herring is a guitarist originally from Fayetteville, North Carolina. Herring has played with the Allman Brothers Band, Aquarium Rescue Unit, Day By The River, Jazz Is Dead, Phil Lesh and Friends and Project Z and is currently the lead guitarist for Widespread Panic since August 2006.
Dave Schools is the bassist for the band Widespread Panic. He hails from Richmond, Virginia. He has numerous side projects with Jerry Joseph, The Stockholm Syndrome, J Mascis and the Fog, Slang, and Acetate. Schools has played bass alongside Warren Haynes in Gov't Mule as well.
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A portion of profits from the sale of John Bell's and Dave Schools' strings go to Nuçi’s Space: Nuçi’s Space is a non-profit health and music resource center in Athens, GA. The aim of the organization is to prevent suicide by providing obstacle free treatment for musicians suffering from depression and other such disorders as well as to assist in the emotional, physical and professional well-being of musicians. See more at www.nuci.org
A portion of profits from the sale of Jimmy Herring's strings go to Gwinnett Children’s Shelter: Gwinnett Children’s Shelter offers a 3-12 month transitional living program that offers homeless children (and their moms) free room and board while providing individual “life skills” training with all the resources needed to begin an independent life journey. See more at www.gwinnettchildrenshelter.org