Phish.net and The Mockingbird Foundation are delighted to
announce the third edition of The Phish Companion: A Guide to the Band
& Their Music – available now for
Like Phish themselves, our intent was to deliver a
feast for the senses, and so the new Phish Companion’s 898
full-color, hardbound (!) pages are bursting with
exclusive content curated to please every subspecies of
Academics and completists will delight in 1,700 freshly
manicured setlists, plus essential song histories, useful charts, band
member bios, side-projects, and more.
Prose-heads can dig into
nearly 150 sharply observed show reviews, as well as crackling original fan
stories that chronicle the evolving Phish experience from Burlington
watering holes in the 1980s to soccer stadiums in the present
Prefer to eat with your eyes? This book boasts the best
printed collection of Phish photography ever compiled. We’re talking
128 pages of full-color memories and olfactory hues here,
And did we
mention art? The book’s eight chronological chapters are anchored by
stunning original prints from many of the scene’s most accomplished
artists – David Welker, AJ Masthay, Justin Helton, and others –
each of whom was commissioned to freely interpret a period of
They crushed it.
our first and second “reference-style” editions were trusty
Subarus that could get you from A to B reliably for a quarter million
miles, our third edition is Doc Brown’s DeLorean. It takes you on a
guided tour through 33 years of Phish history – and looks sexy as
hell doing it.
story of Phish is one of epic sweep. This book tells that story, from
germination to glory, and from ruin to redemption.
also personal. It’s about you. And in re-discovering the band in
these pages, textures, and colors, we hope you will see your own reflection
And now, without any further ado: Ready... Set... Read The Book!