Phish - 1993

Hilton Ballroom
Eugene, OR, United States map

Set List

Sound Check

Set I

Set II


Show Notes

This was Phish’s second and last show at this venue where post-show travel for the band and crew consisted of taking the elevator to their hotel rooms. Trey warmed up his spare guitar (which he played all night) during soundcheck. The soundcheck featured the 1st known performance of Rolling Stones’ covers She’s So Cold and a 1st attempt at It’s Only Rock And Roll (But I Like It) among other Stones goofing. My Friend My Friend began with Trey on acoustic guitar. Llama and Stash both included teases of Can’t You Hear Me Knocking. During Cavern, Trey added experimental extra feedback with his vocals and guitar (or it’s possible there were serious problems with the P.A.). After Weigh, Trey pointed out an “interesting factoid…did you know that the Big Ball Jam was born in this very room one year ago today? Happy birthday to the Big Ball Jam. More importantly, there is a man in the room whose life is beginning right about now…Bob, this is for you. Bob is turning 40 years old tonight, so Bob, we wish you a very happy life.” Mike’s Song began with Mike’s “…call it what you will but you know it’s my song.” lyrics and some funny banter about whose song it was. Mike said “I’d like to dedicate this song to myself.” Weekapaug Groove book-ended the 1st performance of Psycho Killer. Trey played The Horse on acoustic guitar. Amazing Grace was performed without microphones.