@experiencechuck said:Seems like maybe the end is near for you then? Might not be your thing anymore but there are plenty of people who are still into it... Just sayingWOW... So much entitlement in these comments.Sorry, I guess I could have picked a lamer Big Boat song like Breath and Burning, but you get my drift. I'm just saying the trend line is worrisome. But If you wanna squeeze into MSG for $100 to see Trey do his favorite ballads, don't let me bring you down. I just don't see it as sustainable. I'd love to be wrong, but it sure feels like the end is near.
Also Petrichor = the "TABification" of Phish?! I don't even know where to start with that one..
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