On August 26th, near the end of their celebrated summer 1993 tour, Phish played the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall in Portland, Oregon. The show is available now for download at https://livephi.sh/ph930826 and streaming via the LivePhish App. A stacked Set I featured a standout performances of Runaway Jim, Reba, Fee, Split Open And Melt, Esther,
Announcing a brand new feature on the Live Phish app: LivePhish+ subscribers can now watch concerts on demand from within the app (update your app and look for the Videos section on the side navigation).
Trey Anastasio Trio will end their first tour at Terminal West in Atlanta, GA on April 29. “Sustain,” a performance in memory of Chris Cottrell, will benefit the WaterWheel Cancer Fund. Pre-sale tickets will be available through a real-time pre-sale beginning Thursday, April 5 at 10am ET and ending Thursday, April 5 at 5pm ET
As noted Monday, longtime TAB keyboardist and dear friend Ray Paczkowski is recuperating after having a tumor removed from his brain last week and is expected to make a full recovery. April 17, 2018 marks the 20th anniversary of the first time Trey shared the stage with Tony and Russ as part of the “8
On Record Store Day (Saturday, April 21), Phish will release “Billy Breathes”, the band’s sixth full-length studio album, as a limited (individually foil numbered out of 7,500) 180g 2-LP vinyl set, available exclusively at participating independently owned record stores across the country. Billy Breathes was recorded and mixed in 1996 at Bearsville Studios by John
Curveball, Phish’s eleventh festival, will take place August 17-19, 2018 at Watkins Glen International in Watkins Glen, NY. Located amidst the rolling hills of central New York’s Finger Lakes region, the site offers an abundance of campsites and is just a short drive from numerous Northeastern cities. Tickets for Curveball go on sale this Friday,
A new show from the Phish Archives has been added to Phish’s growing LivePhish catalog. It’s now available for download or streaming via the LivePhish App.
A new show from the Phish Archives has been added to Phish’s growing LivePhish catalog. It’s now available for download or streaming via the LivePhish App: http://livephi.sh/ph980812 On August 12, 1998 Phish played outdoors at Vernon Downs – a harness racetrack in the town of Vernon, NY. This was the last regular show of 23 U.S.
Dr. Jack McConnell (1925-2018). The world has lost a brilliant physician, a talented entertainer, a noted philanthropist, loving family man and an all-around great guy. Jack performed with the band on multiple occasions, always featuring his signature song “Bill Bailey, Won’t You Please Come Home?”. You can watch his last (and what he considered his
A second show at Higher Ground in Burlington, VT on Wednesday, April 4 has been added. The previously announced April 5 show at Higher Ground sold out. Tickets are on sale now for the newly added April 4 show at https://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/1635117. Mike’s recently announced Northeast dates in March also are on sale now & winter