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 cost $17. The soundcheck started in summer 1993 fashion with Including Your Own “Hey”.  In addition to a lot of “Hey” jamming in this show, a group of unique interstitial jams popped up after Horn, Reba, I Didn’t Know, and It’s Ice. During I Didn’t Know, Trey introduced Fish and addressed the Great Flood of 1993, 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.”  An experimental Mike’s Song (the only Mike’s > Faht) 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. It’s Ice featured a piano solo and and a segue into Trey’s acoustic guitar beginning of My Friend My Friend. Fish deployed extra woodblocks during the Poor Heart solos.  Amazing Grace was performed without microphones.  This show and the first American Theatre show on 4/14/93 will be released from the archives in March 2017 as the “St. Louis ’93” box set.