Latest Phish Articles
- Phish Lyricist Tom Marshall Interviews Higher Ground Co-Founder Kevin Statesir For 'Under The Scales'
Higher Ground co-founder and Trey Anastasio’s brother-in-law Kevin Statesir shares one amazing story after another with Phish lyricist Tom Marshall on the latest ‘Under The Scales’ podcast.
Phish ended a five-year breakup at Hampton Coliseum 10 years ago today with “Fluffhead.” Here’s a compilation of one standout jam from each year since featuring nearly five hours of top shelf Phish.
Phish released an official recording of their July 19, 1991 show at the Somerville Theatre with The Giant Country Horns via LivePhish.com.
On this date in 2003 Phish treated fans to a top-shelf performance filled with two unbelievable bust outs and plenty of wild jams.
Watch Phish perform a memorable “Carini” during their final set at the 2019 Phish Riviera Maya destination event in Mexico.
- Phish Shares 'I Always Wanted It This Way' Into 'Death Don't Hurt Very Long' From Mexico: Pro-Shot Video
Watch the first exploratory “I Always Wanted It This Way” in Phish history and the “Death Don’t Hurt Very Long” that followed from the first night of Phish Riviera Maya 2019.
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Latest Phish Setlist
Phish at The Barceló
- The Curtain With
- Punch You in the Eye
- Blaze On
- Destiny Unbound
- Most Events Aren't Planned
- The Divided Sky
- Chalk Dust Torture
- First Tube
- Mike's Song
- Weekapaug Groove
- Say It to Me S.A.N.T.O.S.
- Martian Monster
- Big Black Furry Creature From Mars
- Sleeping Monkey
- Tweezer Reprise
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.
Celebrate what would have been the Queen of Soul’s 76th birthday, with Aretha Franklin’s 1971 performance at the Montreux Jazz Festival.
‘The Allman Brothers Band: Fillmore West 1971’ will be previewed by Warren Haynes & Stef Scamardo all week long on SiriusXM’s Jam On in honor of the group’s 50th anniversary.
Arizona-based jam quartet Spafford will mix headlining dates and festival appearances this summer.
Widespread Panic filled Sunday night’s setlist with surprises and threw a bunch of jams into their Capitol Theatre finale. ScottyB shares his take along with Adam McCullough’s photos and pro-shot video of the entire show.
Phish bassist Mike Gordon led his five-piece on 50 unique songs over the course of four nights in Cambridge. Listen to Saturday’s show featuring special guest Trey Anastasio.