Phish keyboardist Page McConnell visited the High Sierra Music Festival in 2007
his solo band in support of his eponymous debut album. In addition to his regular
performance, McConnell also led a 45-minute workshop in which he answered fans' questions
and played a handful of songs by himself. It's unlike anything Page has ever done in his
career and thankfully there's fantastic video of the workshop.
McConnell starts off the session with a cover of Elton John's "Tiny Dancer" and runs
Phish classics "Strange Design," "Army Of One" and "Wading In The Velvet Sea" in addition
"Maid Marian" off his solo debut. Page even closes the workshop in fitting fashion - with
his iconic "Squirming Coil" outro solo.
Put aside 45 minutes of your day to check out Page McConnell's High Sierra workshop:
Setlist: Tiny Dancer, Q&A, Strange Design, Maid Marian, Q&A, Army of One, Wading in the
Velvet Sea, The Squirming Coil Jam
[Setlist via Phish.net]
[Published on: 11/8/13]