Phish - 1993

American Theatre
St. Louis, MO, United States map

Set List

Show Notes

This was Phish’s second and last show at the American Theatre. The June/July 93 Phish Update did not list this show at all, but listed this as a tentative Memorial Hall (Kansas City) date which show took place the following night. Tickets were $17. Sparkle began with a brief-but-unusual jam. During I Didn’t Know Trey introduced Fish, saying “Henrietta will now play on the voodoo Madonna washboard, pushing all the water back where it came from and making everybody happy again. Also, wishing a happy marriage for the people who got engaged on stage last friends Jen and Roger…anyway, voodoo for everything good ladies and gentlemen – on the Madonna washboard, the man who is nothing but a butt with protruding arms and legs, Henrietta.” Split Open And Melt was preceded by a quick snippet of an unknown song or mini-jam. Mike’s Song included teases of Who Knows and Yield Not To Temptation. Fish introduced Faht as “Windham Hell”. Weekapaug Groove contained teases of Gypsy Queen (Santana cover) and I Wish. This unique rendition of It’s Ice featured a piano solo and included a little jam at the end that segued into Trey’s acoustic guitar beginning of My Friend My Friend. Amazing Grace was performed without microphones.