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November 2002

November 2002

After a two-year hiatus filled with solo records and tours, Phish played together as a group in November at a series of recorded practices that took place at Trey’s barn in Vermont. By the time http://www.treyanastasio.com solo tour began in Burlington in late October, Phish had already laid down the basic tracks for their first

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October 1999

October 1999

After touring the West and Southwest most of September (see TMIPH September 1999), Phish finished their nationwide tour with shows in the Midwest and Northeast. On October 1st, they appeared at Hilton Coliseum in Ames, Iowa, where the second set featured a unique combination of Gumbo > Mountains in the Mist. The band performed the

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Phish Sillouettes, 10.7.2000

February 2000

Following their epic millennium concert at Big Cypress, Phish took some time off in Vermont as each of the members pursued other projects. Fish stayed busy throughout the month by joining Jamie Masefield’s Jazz Mandolin Project for sixteen dates beginning February 1st and continuing through his Birthday on February 19th. That tour, in support of

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September 2000

September 2000

Having toured Japan and the U.S. that summer in support of their May, 2000 release http://www.phish.com/releases/detail.php?ID=22, Phish taped an hour-long performance for Public Television’s Austin City Limits immediately following the summer before taking a couple months off. The Austin City Limits performance would be the series premiere for the show’s fall season. The band kicked

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August 1999

August 1999

Phish toured the U.S. from late June through July, 1999 with shows across the country including the band’s fourth festival-style outdoor multiple-day event, at http://www.phish.com/galleries/index.php?ID=6 in Volney, New York. After finishing up shows stateside at Deer Creek, Phish made their debut appearance in Japan at the Fuji Rock Festival (see TMIPH July 1999). The festival

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September 1999

September 1999

After a summer of touring the U.S. and their first performances in Japan (see TMIPH July 1999), Phish took a few weeks to relax before hitting the road again. They were returning to amphitheaters and pavilions with multiple-night stays in some cities. September and October made up the first stage of a two-part fall tour.

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November 1998

November 1998

After a successful beginning to their fall tour in October and a blowout Halloween celebration in Las Vegas (see TMIPH October 1998), a significant number of fans remained in Sin City to gamble and enjoy the attractions while the band traveled northeast to Utah. They arrived at their hotel in Salt Lake City in the

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December 1998

December 1998

1998 was a busy year for Phish, with the band’s first appearances at Farm Aid and The Bridge School Benefit concerts, a Halloween “musical costume” of Velvet Underground’s Loaded and three shows at the Worcester Centrum to end regular touring for the year, one of which was selected for release in Series #1 of the

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July 1999

July 1999

Phish spent the early part of 1999 enjoying some time off and undertaking more individual projects. Trey embarked on his first solo tour, Fish toured with his various side projects, Trey and Page joined Phil Lesh for unprecedented Phil and Friends shows and Mike played with a variety of artists. In June, the band got

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August 1998

August 1998

Having taken some time off from touring during the first few months of the year, Phish hit the road for four shows in April dubbed "Island Tour" because of their locations in Long Island and Rhode Island respectively. After Island Tour, Phish continued work on their next Elektra release, The Story of The Ghost (see

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October 1998

October 1998

After playing a string of nine dates in Europe during June and July (see TMIPH October 1998), Phish returned to the United States to continue their summer tour. There were amphitheatre shows across the country, finishing with the third installment of their summer tour ending celebrations, entitled "Lemonwheel". Also in August, the band presented their

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June 1998

June 1998

Spring of 1998 for Phish consisted of four shows (the "Island" tour: Rhode Island and Long Island), Trey’s first solo performance at the newly-opened Higher Ground (with Eight Foot Fluorescent Tubes), and some time practicing in Vermont. Phish spent most of May and the beginning of June in Bearsville’s Studio A recording and mixing material

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