Burlington, VT television station WCAX has posted an interview with Page about Phish's history of charitable giving. The piece covers Phish's philanthropic history from Ben & Jerry's Phish Food and the WaterWheel Foundation to the Essex Irene Relief Benefit show, as well as touching on the generosity of the fan base and the state of Phish today. Says Page, "Having more fun than ever. I really am." You can read the story and see the video from the piece here.
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July 23, 2017
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Madison Square Garden
Encore: Sweet Jane
 Phish debut. Trey on drums.
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