June Panic is an American singer-songwriter from Grand Forks, North Dakota. June Panic first began performing and recording in 1990, and released his early material on cassette tape for the label 3 Out of 4 Records. His first CD was the initial release for the label Secretly Canadian; he released several full-length albums with the label. In 2007, he released a triple album containing 48 songs he had originally recorded on a four track and released between 1991 and 1996.
June Panic first began performing and recording in 1990, and released his early material on cassette tape for the label 3 Out of 4 Records. His first CD was the initial release for the label Secretly Canadian; he released several full-length albums with the label Panic plays every instrument on his releases Current live backup band . Hope You Fail Better (Secretly Canadian, 2003). Bellybuttonless Boy EP (Acuarela Discos, 2006). Raising the Canopy Wire (Burnt Toast Vinyl, 2007). Songs from Purgatory (Secretly Canadian, 2007). June Panic at Epitonic.
1 Raising the Canopy Wire 2 Oh, Oh, I Love Her So 3 David Poe 4 (I’d Have to Be) Crazy 5 Baby Divine.
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This is a discography for American rock band Widespread Panic. Since forming in 1986, Widespread Panic has released 12 studio albums, 8 live albums, 1 compilation album and 5 archive albums. To date, Widespread Panic has sold over three million records. Starting in June 2008, Widespread Panic began to release vintage concert performances from the Widespread Panic Archives.
Onward (with June Panic). from The Desperate Ones by Nic Garcia. CD. Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album. Includes unlimited streaming of The Desperate Ones via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. from The Desperate Ones, released July 1, 2005. Dust In Wire by Kill County. supported by 4 fans who also own The Desperate Ones. Blue Rider by Zachary Cale. So happy my friend randomly wanted to learn the first track off this album on guitar. Love the open tuning and finger picking from Zachary Cale Rimbimhoot. The Year of Getting By by Kill County.
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|2||Oh, Oh, I Love Her So|
|4||(I’d Have to Be) Crazy|