Watch Phish Perform 18-Minute ‘Light’ In Charleston: Pro-Shot Video
Watch one of the highlights from the band’s Credit One Stadium debut.
“Light” was debuted exactly 13 years to the day prior at Fenway Park in Boston. The song penned by lyricist Tom Marshall and guitarist Trey Anastasio has been a trusted jam vehicle ever since with a total of 108 versions played. Phish recorded the song for inclusion on their 2009 studio album, Joy.
JamBase’s Court Scott described the adventurous “Light” in her recap:
At 18 minutes, the second-longest song of the night, “Light,” tenderly progressed before the band ventured into a more jazzy Type II wah-driven jam that pivoted to a curious, seeking section driven by Fish’s polyrhythms. Toward the end of the tune, Mike appeared to want to lean into Kasvot Växt’s “Passing Through,” but appeared to be rebuffed.
Check out Tuesday’s “Light” below:
Phish kicks off a three-night run this weekend at Ruoff Music Center in Noblesville, Indiana tomorrow, Friday, June 3. Livestreams are available for all three nights via LivePhish.com. Fans can also hear the Noblesville concerts on SiriusXM's Phish Radio.
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