For Vermont night at Fenway last Saturday, during the Red Sox game, ESPN's Dunkin Donuts musical montage (highlights set to music) featured the studio version of "Down with Disease".
The first set of the Benevento/Russo Duo w/ Mike Gordon show from 4/27/05 (Georgia Theatre, Athens, GA), which featured a nearly 52-minute version of Foam, is now available from livephish.com for reduced pricing ($7.95 for MP3, $9.95 for FLAC).
Trey's summer tour has been announced, including eight dates - two with Gov't Mule opening three with Matisyahu opening, and one (the final show, at Red Rocks, on August 13) with Sound Tribe Sector 9 opening. Tickets go on sale starting this Saturday, June 25.
On October 6, Trey will open for the Rolling Stones at Scott Stadium (of the University of Virginia) in Charlottesville, VA (home of Music Today, who now manage Trey's solo career following the end of Dionysian Productions). This is the second time a concert has been held a Scott Stadium. The last, several years ago, was the Dave Matthew Band (also managed by Music Today).
The summer tour which would have featured Trey's band (current lineup of hired guns, presumably), Ben Harper, and others, has been cancelled. According to the official site, "The Zooma Tour was conceived to provide fans with an exceptional musical and entertainment experience. Due to unforeseen circumstances, it has become clear that it would not be possible to provide that experience at the level initially envisioned. Rather than go forward with a tour that falls short of what was conceived, everyone involved has mutually agreed that it is best to cancel the tour altogether."
A motor home last owned by Trey Anastasio (1974 model, purchased in 1997) is now being sold on Ebay.
Superfly, the folks behind Bonnaroo, are purported to be planning the Vegoose Music Festival to be in fields surrounding Las Vegas October 28-30, followed by a Halloween show at the Sam Boyd Silver Bowl, all accompanied by multiple-bill gigs at area clubs and arenas during the festival evenings. Different from Bonnaroo, this even will have minimal onsite camping and activities. Acts are reported to include Trey Anastasio, Mike Gordon and Leo Kottke, Dave Matthews Band, Pearl Jam, moe., the String Cheese Incident, The Black Crowes, Wilco, Ryan Adams, Umphrey's McGee, WIdespread Panic, Phil Lesh and Friends, The John Mayer Trio, Gov't Mule, The Allman Brothers Band, 311, and Keller Williams. A provisional website exists to hold the domain, suggesting that these rumors are true, but no additional information is yet available.
Fan Ian Hatton has organized a discussion board for Phish fans, given the purported dearth of such locations online.