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Read Widespread Panic bassist Dave Schools’ memories of the night Trey Anastasio and Page McConnell from Phish stopped by an L.A. show in 1993.
The 21st and final installment of Remembering Phish Fall Tour 1997 focuses on the show in Albany, New York that took place 20 years ago today.
The 20th installment of Remembering Phish Fall Tour 1997 focuses on the show in Albany, New York that took place 20 years ago today.
ScottyB provides the 19th installment of Remembering Phish Fall Tour 1997 focusing on the show in Rochester, New York that took place 20 years ago today.
The 18th installment of Remembering Phish Fall Tour 1997 focuses on the show in State College, Pennsylvania that took place 20 years ago today.
JamBase premieres official audio of an unhinged, 30-minute “Simple” from the Phish archives as part of our Remembering Phish Fall Tour 1997 series.
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Phish at Dick's Sporting Goods Park
- Buffalo Bill
- The Moma Dance
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- Sugar Shack
- Most Events Aren't Planned
- Back on the Train
- The Wedge
- 46 Days
- Bathtub Gin
- Down With Disease
- Come Together
- Also sprach Zarathustra, Op. 30
- Suzy Greenberg
- First Tube
In a career spanning thirty years, Phish became one of the most significant live music phenomena of all time. On the basis of word-of-mouth about their performances – with virtually no radio or video support – the band grew from playing club gigs along their native East Coast to drawing 100,000 music fans to remote corners of the country. At every turn, Phish managed to win over newcomers and casual fans as well as maintain the loyalty of their devotees with a singularly broad repertoire, virtuosity, and by making a unique event of each show.