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Gil95436 What I love about Phish besides the deep well of music is the band's affection and appreciation of their fans. This was my fifth show, so you know my perspective. Nevertheless, it was evident from the first song Sunday night. This was a night for the hard core, faithful fans. From the song selections to the performances, Phish came to say "We love you!"

The crowd was treated to some of the groups most iconic songs like 2001, Tweezer, First Tube and a sizzling Tweezer Reprise that blew doors. Phish came to deliver to the devotees. Trey, in particular, seemed intent on giving the die hard what he thought they deserved. It was easy to see he was pouring on the gas to an already smoldering set and string of shows. In one moment he was psychotically beating down on his strings running around the stage whipping the audience into a roar of cheers and in the most iconic moment of the concert Trey gradually lifted his instrument into the sky with both hands, strings facing the audience, all the while producing an other worldly sound that reached into the sky as if to make an offering to the rock gods; but this was meant for the fans who seemed to lose their minds at the apex. Trey's full jedi powers were on display. He was aiming to please and he hit the bullseye with this display of joy and exultation. Night three was for the faithful who " Never miss a Sunday show." is a non-commercial project run by Phish fans and for Phish fans under the auspices of the all-volunteer, non-profit Mockingbird Foundation.

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