LivePhish.com will be webcasting all 13 Baker’s Dozen shows from Madison Square Garden in New York beginning July 21. Each show will be available in both standard and high definition formats. You can order a 13 show pass (for the price of 10) or individual nights. Event T-Shirt bundles and MP3 bundles are also available.
Mike’s new studio album, OGOGO, will be available September 15 via Megaplum/ATO Records. Listen now to “Steps,” a track from the record. It’s also streaming via Spotify and Apple Music. Pre-order details will follow soon. Produced by GRAMMY Award-winning engineer Shawn Everett, OGOGO was recorded earlier this year in Boston and Los Angeles, and features Mike’s
On June 17, 1994 Phish played the Eagles Ballroom in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the largest and most ornate room in The Rave/Eagles Club complex. The show is available now for download and streaming via LivePhish+ and the LivePhish App: http://livephi.sh/ph940617 The landmark “Million Dollar Ballroom” was opened in 1927 with an oval wooden dance floor and
On May 17, 1992 Phish played at Achilles Rink – the Union College hockey arena opened in 1975 with a capacity of about 2,500. Schenectady was the second-to-last date on a 53-show spring tour that hit 24 states and the District of Columbia with five shows in Colorado, six in California and seven in New
One of the most significant things he said to me was, “Jeeeeoorrrrggghhhhhhhhhhxxxxxxxeeyohhhhhhh,” which I’m still living by. Bruce was ever the mascot of music. Taking us around, ‘scussin’ it, laughin’ it. We had heard the stories before we even met him in ’89 – the band of drummers from an institution mixed with Ellington horns,
He made everybody comfortable in their own skin, and as a result it always brought out the best in all of them. That’s why he was always surrounded by so much excellence. Not just in music, but in humanity. In intent. Bruce’s intent was love. Period. I never heard him put that word to it,