, attached to 2012-12-29

Review by jamra27

jamra27 There were aspects I LOVED and others I was a bit disappointed with in this show. Crowd Control was an excellent opener choice and was played flawlessly. An extended Golden Age made for the best rendition I've yet heard, and getting my first Boogie/Squirming Coil was pretty much a religious experience for me. Also, this Suzy Greenberg was absolute fire and forever changed my opinion of it. Suzy was full of fun, never-before-heard gimmicks like "Suzy Q" and Trey yelling "MORE COWBELL!"

Now, I had always wanted to hear a Reba live, and I finally got it. So, thank you Phish for that. Unfortunately, it was probably the most flubbed song of the night (followed by Sugar Shack) but I am still grateful to have gotten Reba at all. I was able to bring my Dad to his first Phish show here which made it all the more meaningful.

Overall, a great show and signs of some amazing Phish to come in year 30 (which has already been proven thus far in the summer tour!)


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