The Georgia based jam band is back, returning to the road after a much-deserved break. Panic is known for its devout grass-roots following, relentless touring and loose, rootsy Southern rock. Although they don’t get much radio play, the bluesy Southern rockers have developed a dedicated following since forming in the early ’80s. Their high level of musicianship can be heard on such singles as “Can’t Get High,” “Hope in a Hopeless World” and “Airplane.” Opening is longtime South Florida favorite Bobby Lee Rodgers, a guitarist, singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist most in his element interpreting the music of such jazz greats as Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Thelonious Monk and Wes Montgomery. Also appearing is Lee Boys frontman and steel guitarist Roosevelt Collier.