Top 1 Kid Rock Sit-In
They say only a fool is certain. It’s folly to rank something as subjective as music with an air of certainty. It’s arrogant to declare a “top 1” anything. Every man and woman are entitled to their own opinion.
THIS IS WRONG.
There are some truths so manifestly true that their truth cuts like a fucking truth laser, and here’s one of them: the best ever Kid Rock guest appearance with Phish occurred on the 29th of September, Year of our Lord 2000, at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas.
Should they have played “Cowboy?” Absolutely. Still the best Kid Rock sit-in? You bet your sweet home Alabama.
Were there enough mostly-naked women preening around on stage? No. Still the best Kid Rock sit-in? Name a better one. I dare you.
Would literally any other widely known artist have done better? You know, probably. Still the best Kid Rock sit-in? There’s no contest.
Watch this space…
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March 27, 1993
25 years ago
Set 2: Buried Alive > Halley's Comet > It's Ice > Bouncing Around the Room, Chalk Dust Torture, The Man Who Stepped Into Yesterday > Avenu Malkenu > The Man Who Stepped Into Yesterday > Mike's Song > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove, Hold Your Head Up > Cracklin' Rosie > Hold Your Head Up, Poor Heart > Golgi Apparatus
 Beginning featured Trey on acoustic guitar.
 Fish on trombone.
 All Fall Down signal in intro.
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