Coming on PBS, this August: "Sixty thousand loyal Phish fans trek to remote Limestone, ME, for a two-day music festival featuring the group hailed by Rolling Stone magazine as "America's greatest jam band." All of this—the music and the scene, with Phish playing at their absolute best—is captured in this 90-minute special. ... Parental Guidance Suggested" Only some dates known by us - Boston Aug 3rd and 4th; Maine August 9th at 8pm; Kentucky Aug 2nd 10pm, Aug 3rd 1am, and Aug 8th 130am. Other markets, check local listings; this thread may help.
The Mockingbird Foundation has announced an advisory panel featuring luminaries of the Phish community - fans, official folks, and affiliated friends.
Coventry Residents Against Phish (CRAP) are worried. Please be on your best behavior, and don't go without a ticket.
Phish will perform on Letterman Monday 6/21, from on top of the marquee out front, and will then play a short (half hour?) set afterwards. Key viewing spot: across the street!
The Mockingbird Foundation will announce today that it has raised a quarter of a million dollars. The announcement will also report five new grants totalling $22,500.
The Mockingbird Foundation has released a statement regarding Phish's announcement to breakup, addressing the loss of Phish, the future of the Foundation, and related matters.
Trey is in the studio as we type, taping today, for airing on tonight's episode, not May 31st as previously expected. Check local PBS listings for time and dates in your area, and for more information.
This really will be IT. After the Coventry festival, Phish is over! Says Trey: "We're Done." Responds a fan, "Don't say the morning's come. Don't say the morning's come so soon. Must we end this way, when so much here is hard to lose? Love is in the air, I know it is. Such moments as this are too few. Oh, it's all up to you. It's all up to you."
Phish will release Undermind, their latest (and purportedly last) studio album from Elektra Records, on June 15, with a bonus DVD. The album was recorded at the Barn with producer Tchad Blake. The first pressing of the album will include a special bonus DVD of the 26-minute short film "Specimens of Beauty," directed by longtime Phish photographer Danny Clinch, that chronicles the recording of the album in Vermont. Pre-order the album now from Phish Dry Goods. The album's track list is: Scents and Subtle Sounds (Intro), Undermind, The Connection, A Song I Heard the Ocean Sing, Army of One, Crowd Control, Maggie's Revenge, Nothing, Two Versions of Me, Access Me, Scents and Subtle Sounds, Tomorrow's Song, Secret Smile, Grind The first single, "The Connection," will hit radio on May 24.
Trey Anastasio is slated to appear with Senegal's Orchestra Baobab during their May 7 appearance (previously scheduled for May 10?) on CBS's Late Show with David Letterman. Dave Matthews may also appear. Check your listings.</