Pro-Shot Video: Phish Performs ‘Everything’s Right’ In Austin


This past Tuesday night Phish continued Summer Tour 2018 at the Austin360 Amphitheater in Austin, Texas. Phish opened their second set with a 19-minute version of “Everything’s Right” that was one of the improvisational highlights of the concert. The band shared official video of Tuesday’s “Everything Right” on their YouTube channel.

Here’s what JamBase’s Andy Kahn wrote about Tuesday’s second set opener:

The half-hour halftime broke with the start of the positiveness reinforcing “Everything’s Right.” The newer addition to the repertoire was a gateway to improvisation, the foursome leaving the confines of the song’s structure first in favor of a pulsating collective charge forward that fluctuated in tempo and tone, [guitarist[ Trey [Anastasio] again introducing that now familiar melody for a few lines before launching himself and his three band mates toward a series of soaring climaxes built on that melodic run. The tremendous peak valleyed with another spin through the “Everything’s Right” chorus.

Next up for the quartet is a three-night stand at Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre in Alpharetta, Georgia that begins on Friday. Webcasts of all three shows are available via

Watch Phish’s performance of “Everything’s Right” from Tuesday night below:

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