37: Best of Lexington

The Best of Lexington

A Stroll Down Memory Lane with Harvey

Since Harvey let us do a show about Lawrence, Kansas, we let him do a Lexington, Kentucky show. Of course, Harvey is a proud UK grad and a diehard fan of Big Blue (Note: Jeff is neither of these things), but it wasn’t too much of a chore, though, as there have been some great shows in the Horse Capital of the World. Panic has been playing in Lexington since 1990, but really started to put it down in 1994 and beyond. For three straight years, they played great shows in the paddock of the Red Mile Racetrack, and then returned in 1999 to the old Memorial Coliseum on the UK campus. For many of us, there exists a special connection between our hometowns or college towns and Panic, so enjoy not just the music but also Harvey’s youthful tales and reminiscences. A little nostalgia isn’t so bad! Enjoy!

Links below go to whole show streams from Panicstream.

02 October 1994 – Lexington, KY – Red Mile Racetrack
Sleepy Monkey > Stop-Go > Hatfield
Source: SBD

17 September 1995 – Lexington, KY – Red Mile Racetrack
Mercy > Nobody’s Fault But Mine > Chilly Water
Source: EV-RE20 > SBM1 > D8 by Michael Wilker

20 October 1996 – Lexington, KY – Red Mile Racetrack
West Virginia > Dream Song, Can’t Find My Way Home
Source: AKG 460

23 April 1999 – Lexington, KY – Memorial Coliseum
Space Wrangler > Arleen > Jack
Source: FOB Neumann KM184 (XY) > Apogee AD1000