1994

January: 13 | 24 | 28 | 30 | 31
February: 01 | 02 | 03 | 04 | 05 | 07 | 08 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 23 | 24 | 25
March: 04 | 05 | 08 | 09 | 09 | 11 | 13
April: 04 | 05 | 06 | 08 | 09 | 10 | 11 | 13 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 20 | 21 | 22 | 22 | 23 | 23 | 24 | 25 | 26 | 28 | 28 | 29 | 30
May: 02 | 03 | 04 | 06 | 07 | 08 | 10 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 16 | 17 | 19 | 20 | 21 | 22 | 23 | 25 | 26 | 27 | 28 | 29
June: 03 | 09 | 10 | 11 | 13 | 14 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 18 | 18 | 19 | 21 | 22 | 23 | 24 | 25 | 26 | 29 | 30
July: 01 | 02 | 03 | 05 | 06 | 08 | 09 | 10 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 26
August: 13
September: 03 | 10 | 11 | 19
October: 07 | 08 | 09 | 10 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 18 | 20 | 21 | 22 | 23 | 25 | 26 | 27 | 28 | 29 | 31
November: 02 | 03 | 04 | 10 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 | 19 | 20 | 22 | 23 | 25 | 26 | 28 | 30
December: 01 | 02 | 03 | 04 | 06 | 07 | 08 | 09 | 10 | 28 | 29 | 30 | 30 | 31
Trey played along to Gary Glitter’s Rock and Roll Part 2, which was being played over the P.A., at the start of the first set. Antelope featured guest vocals from Tom Marshall. Divided Sky contained a brief Auld Lang Syne tease from Trey. Mike’s Song included a Shine tease and Weekapaug contained a Can't You Hear Me Knocking tease as well as an Auld Lang Syne tease from Trey. Slave contained Crimes of the Mind teases. Before the lights went out for the third set, the audience “overheard” the band before the set. Fish wound up saying “I want a jumbo hot dog, large fries and shake” delivered on stage. The band came out, started up My Sweet One, and was interrupted by an announcer asking who ordered the food. The band pointed at Fish, who looked confused as huge props of a hot dog, fries and shakes descended from the ceiling next to the drum set. The band played 2001 while the hot dog landed. The James Bond Theme was then broadcast over the PA while technicians (wearing “Rocket Scientist” jackets) prepared the hot dog, and the band climbed in with their instruments and flew out over the audience, as balloons popped and feathers, confetti and “Phish NYE 1994” ping pong balls fell from the ceiling. Various music, including the Captain Beefheart song Tropical Hot Dog Night, was played over the P.A. as the hot dog space ship flew back and forth. Mike's maternal grandmother, Lillian Cherry, joined the band on stage for Chalk Dust with a shoe in her hand. This version of Bouncing appears on A Live One.
Phish were the musical guests on The Late Show with David Letterman before their performance at MSG that evening.
Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. I’m Blue I’m Lonesome was performed acoustic. YEM contained a brief Auld Lang Syne tease from Trey. This version of Wilson appears on A Live One.
Unlike many Runaway Jim and Foam combos, the opening to this show contained an actual segue between the two songs. Runaway Jim and Possum included Dueling Banjos teases. Possum also included an L.A. Woman tease. Before Guyute, Trey teased Spill the Wine. This epic Bowie, which times out at nearly 34 minutes, included whistling and a “Lassie” chant, a brief 2001 tease from Mike, and a whistled tease of Fishin' Hole. GTBT included Heartbreaker and Stairway to Heaven teases. My Long Journey Home was performed acoustic. The soundcheck's Sample was only one verse. This show was officially released as Live Phish 20.
Julius included a Buried Alive tease by Trey. Reba did not have the whistling ending. Weekapaug Groove contained Cars Trucks Buses, Auld Lang Syne, and Little Drummer Boy teases as well as a vocal jam.
Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. Weekapaug was unfinished. The debut of Chalk Dust Torture Reprise included crew introductions. This version of Simple appears on A Live One. The opening act was Dave Matthews Band.
Antelope contained a tease by Trey of May The Force Be With You (The Force Theme from Star Wars). Tweezer included a Slave-based jam. I’m Blue I’m Lonesome and Foreplay/Long Time were performed acoustic.
Nellie Kane, which was performed acoustic, and Sweet Adeline were performed without microphones.
Runaway Jim included a Gypsy Queen tease. I’m Blue I’m Lonesome was performed acoustic and, along with My Long Journey Home and Amazing Grace, was performed without microphones. Trey teased Barracuda before YEM. This version of YEM appears on A Live One.
I’m Blue I’m Lonesome and Foreplay/Long Time were performed acoustic. In the soundcheck, Dog Log was performed in a blue style and Halley's Comet was played multiple times.
Foam included a silent jam. Sweet Adeline was performed without microphones. Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. Possum included an All Fall Down signal and a Lizards tease from Trey. Reba did not contain the whistling ending. The soundcheck's Foreplay/Long Time was performed acoustic.
Suzy contained a Hey Bulldog tease from Page. The entire second set featured the Cosmic Country Horns. The horns included Dave Grippo on alto sax and percussion, Carl Gerhard on trumpet, Michael Ray on trumpet, James Harvey on trombone, and Peter Apfelbaum on baritone, tenor sax and flute. The Alumni jam included an introduction of the horn section. The appearance of the horns led to the first Touch Me since July 27, 1991 (397 shows). The soundcheck's Frankenstein also included the Cosmic Country Horns. The opening act was Dave Matthews Band.
The Cosmic Country Horns came in at the end of Bowie and played until the end of the show. Horns players included Dave Grippo on alto sax and percussion, Carl Gerhard on trumpet, Michael Ray on trumpet, James Harvey on trombone, and Peter Apfelbaum on baritone sax, tenor sax and flute. This version of Gumbo appears on A Live One. The opening act was Dave Matthews Band.
Sweet Adeline was performed without microphones. Tweezer included Buffalo Bill and Norwegian Wood teases. BBFCFM was a shorter version without all verses. Makisupa included a Bloody Well Right (Supertramp) quote from Fish. Trey teased Divided in Hood. The soundcheck's Makisupa was performed as an instrumental. This show is available as an archival release on LivePhish.com.
My Friend My Friend did not contain the "Myfe" ending and Reba did not have the whistling ending. The Mockingbird narration included The Vibration of Life. I’m Blue I’m Lonesome and My Long Journey Home were performed acoustic. There was an unusually long delay at the end of My Sweet One, with some of the band members “snoring.” Antelope was unfinished. Amazing Grace was performed without microphones. This show is available as an archival release on LivePhish.com.
Simple featured Cameron McKinney on saxophone. A portion of the jam segment from this long (nearly 45 minutes), experimental Tweezer appeared on A Live One as Montana. Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. This gig was originally scheduled for MSU’s Shroyer Gym (capacity 1,800), and was later moved to the larger Field House (capacity 8,500).
Guyute was incomplete, as it was missing the second verse. Bowie included a vacuum jam from Fish. This version of Slave appears on A Live One.
This Thanksgiving Harpua included the first-ever Glowstick War, as Trey narrated a story involving happy green love beams and angry red hate beams. In the soundcheck, the jam contained Golgi quotes and the Sweet Adeline was Trey only. This show was released as part of the Chicago '94 box set.

Soundcheck: Jam > Funky Bitch > Jam, Poor Heart > John Hardy, Amazing Grace, Poor Heart

SET 1: Wilson > Sparkle > Simple -> It's Ice > If I Could, The Oh Kee Pa Ceremony > Suzy Greenberg, Divided Sky, Amazing Grace[1]

SET 2: Maze, Fee[2] -> Scent of a Mule, Tweezer , Lifeboy, You Enjoy Myself -> The Vibration of Life -> You Enjoy Myself , Tweezer Reprise

ENCORE: Sample in a Jar

Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. Tweezer contained a Power of Soul tease and YEM contained a Frankenstein tease. The YEM vocal jam was based on Hello Skinny. Amazing Grace (both in the soundcheck and during the show) was performed without microphones. The soundcheck's first Poor Heart featured alternate lyrics and the second Poor Heart was the slow version.
Runaway Jim was unfinished. BBFCFM was started electric and finished in the acoustic bluegrass lineup, which included I'm Blue I'm Lonesome, Little Tiny Butter Biscuits, and My Long Journey Home. Harry Hood was played as a result of an audience member’s request after Trey said that the crowd could pick the next song. Funky Bitch, the subsequent jam, and Yerushalayim Shel Zahav are included as filler on Live Phish 18. This show is available as an archival release on LivePhish.com.
Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. If I Could through Dooley featured the “Reverend” Jeff Mosier. Little Tiny Butter Biscuits through Dooley were performed acoustic. Reba did not have the whistling ending. This show marked the end of Mosier’s travels with the band and featured the Phish debut of Dooley. Icculus recalled the infamous “O.J. Show” from June of that same year. The soundcheck's second If I Could featured Mosier on banjo.
I’m Blue I’m Lonesome through My Long Journey Home were performed acoustic with the “Reverend” Jeff Mosier. Little Tiny Butter Biscuits and My Long Journey Home featured Trey on fiddle. YEM included Spooky and Can't You Hear Me Knocking jams, with a subsequent Spooky tease. There was a brief pause in YEM after the Can't You Hear Me Knocking jam before the song continued. "Why" and "I don't know" were spoken by Fish through an a low pitched Wash Uffizi Drive Me to Firenze portion of YEM and the vocal jam.
The lineup for this bluegrass jam included Mike on banjo and electric bass, Page on bass, Trey on guitar and fiddle, Fish on mandolin, “Reverend” Jeff Mosier on banjo, Eric Merrill on fiddle, a fan named Abe Stevens on the jaw harp, and a fan named "Jeremy" on banjo. Dueling Banjos was teased after Old Home Place. Mike teased Spanish Moon after John Hardy and Biscuits. Recordings of this bluegrass session circulate, thanks to an alert taper that spotted the jam in progress near the tour bus.
Little Tiny Butter Biscuits, The Old Home Place, and My Long Journey Home were performed acoustic with the “Reverend” Jeff Mosier. Little Tiny Butter Biscuits featured Trey on fiddle. Little Tiny Butter Biscuits and Roll in My Sweet Baby's Arms made their Phish debuts at this show. Roll in My Sweet Baby's Arms and Runaway Jim featured “Reverend” Jeff Mosier on banjo. Tweezer contained Wedge teases from Trey and Fish. Possum included a Simpsons signal and Bathtub Gin, Jean Pierre, and DEG teases from Trey.
Helter Skelter ended with the band singing "I've got blisters on my fingers" a cappella to the tune of Back In My Hometown.The Vibration of Life featured a Wipe Out tease. To France was teased in 2001 and quoted in the YEM vocal jam, foreshadowing the song's Phish debut later in the show. YEM also included Frankenstein teases. I’m Blue I’m Lonesome through My Long Journey Home were performed acoustic; My Long Journey Home featured the “Reverend” Jeff Mosier on spoons. This show marked the first Phish performance of Fixin’ to Die. Both To France and Fixin' To Die featured Mosier on banjo with Mosier also singing lead vocals on Fixin' To Die.

Soundcheck: Tennessee Waltz, Pig in a Pen (x2), Swing Low Sweet Chariot, Funky Bitch, I'm Blue I'm Lonesome, My Long Journey Home

SET 1: Sample in a Jar, Foam, Fast Enough for You > Reba, Axilla (Part II), The Lizards, Stash , Pig in a Pen[1], Tennessee Waltz[1], Foggy Mountain Breakdown[2] -> Swing Low, Sweet Chariot

SET 2: Mike's Song > Simple , I'm Blue, I'm Lonesome[3], My Long Journey Home[3], Chalk Dust Torture, Fee[4] > Run Like an Antelope

ENCORE: Amazing Grace, Suzy Greenberg

This show featured the Phish debuts of Foggy Mountain Breakdown, I'm Blue I'm Lonesome, and My Long Journey Home. Pig in a Pen through Swing Low featured the “Reverend” Jeff Mosier on banjo and vocals, as this show marked the beginning of Mosier’s five-night tour with the band. To France was teased and quoted before Pig in a Pen. I’m Blue I’m Lonesome and My Long Journey Home were also performed acoustic. This version of Chalk Dust appears on A Live One. Tennessee Waltz was played for the first time since May 6, 1993 (142 shows), Pig in a Pen was played for the first time since February 21, 1993 (195 shows), and Swing Low was played for the first time since October 20, 1989 (631 shows). Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. The soundcheck featured Mosier on all songs and vocals except Funky Bitch.
Lawn Boy was subsequently played at various points in Cavern. The Old Home Place and Nellie Kane were performed in the acoustic configuration. Prior to Nellie Kane, Fish took a mandolin "solo" (playing a scale) which was followed by a HYHU tease.
The Antelope intro contained Dixie teases and Tweezer contained Rock and Roll, Hoochie Koo teases. Amazing Grace was performed without amplification. Trey teased Buried Alive in Funky Bitch.
Have Mercy was played for the first time since August 14, 1993 (111 shows). Down with Disease was unfinished. The Old Home Place, Nellie Kane, and Foreplay/Long Time were performed acoustic.
Page sat in on keyboards for a portion of the second set. There is no known setlist or circulating recording.
Bowie contained an A-Hunting We Will Go tease from Page and Trey. The Mockingbird narration was based around The Vibration of Life and a green light that transported fans to a Gamehendge revival. Suzy contained a brief Stairway to Heaven tease from Trey. Simple included a Woody Woodpecker theme tease from Trey. Weekapaug closed with a strong Can't You Hear Me Knocking jam. Ya Mar contained a Stash tease from Trey.
Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. Wilson was unfinished. My Sweet One and Nellie Kane were performed acoustic.

Soundcheck: Free Ride, Cry Baby Cry, The Old Home Place, Everybody's Got Something to Hide Except Me and My Monkey, Funky Bitch/Caravan Jam, Funky Bitch, The Old Home Place

SET 1: Suzy Greenberg, Foam , If I Could > Maze , Guyute, Stash, Scent of a Mule, While My Guitar Gently Weeps

SET 2: Halley's Comet > Tweezer > The Mango Song > Axilla (Part II), Possum , The Lizards, Sample in a Jar

ENCORE: The Old Home Place[1], Foreplay/Long Time[1], Tweezer Reprise

The Old Home Place and Foreplay/Long Time were performed acoustic. While Mike tuned up for Foreplay/Long Time, Trey talked about the fact that the Bangor Auditorium and Nectar’s are both on Route 2, so the band had been playing on that road for eleven years. This version of Tweezer appears on A Live One. Trey teased Stairway to Heaven in Suzy Greenberg and Possum contained I'm a Man (Spencer Davis Group) teases. The second Old Home Place in the soundcheck was acoustic.
Harpua included the Vibrations of Life and Death. Jimmy decided to put on his favorite album Barney's Greatest Hits, but turned his turntable on the wrong way and started playing it backwards. Fish then proceeded to sing a verse of War Pigs. Trey subsequently quoted I Love You (a.k.a. the theme to Barney & Friends) before Harpua resumed. Poster was swallowed up into the earth by the Vibration of Death. "The Vibration of Death is gone" replaced the usual "The storm is gone." Prior to the Vibration of Life, Wilson was teased and quoted. A Pink Floyd Dark Side of the Moon tease (the heartbeats from Speak to Me) was pumped through the P.A. at the beginning of the second set. The second set "musical costume" was The Beatles' The Beatles (also known as The White Album) and was selected via fan vote. All of the White Album songs, other than Piggies, were Phish debuts, although Ob La Di, Ob La Da had been jammed or teased on many occasions. Glass Onion's lyrics were changed to "I told you 'bout Guyute the pig." Piggies was played for the first time since November 14, 1985 (875 shows). HYHU was teased prior to Why Don't We Do It in the Road. Birthday wasn’t sung; Page and Mike noodled a bit while Fish presented a birthday cake to Brad Sands, who accepted it while wearing a Jon Fishman dress. Helter Skelter ended with the band singing "I've got blisters on my fingers" a cappella to the tune of Back In My Hometown. Honey Pie's lyrics were changed to reference "Cactus." Cry Baby Cry ended with Fish on vacuum with Revolution 9 segueing out of the vacuum solo. The background tape playing along with Revolution 9 was Mike’s composition He Ent to the Bog from Phish’s White Tape. The song ended with Fish stark naked and running around while the band blew bubbles and waved. Good Night was taped from the album and closed the second set. The third set began with a Custard Pie tease, while Bowie contained a Gilligan's Island theme tease from Mike and Antelope's intro contained a Stash tease from Trey. The Costume Contest contained a "Charge!" tease from Page. This show was officially released as Live Phish 13. The soundcheck's Jam was released as an iTunes bonus track called "Glen Falls Soundcheck Jam" and contained a Frankenstein tease from Mike and a May The Force Be With You (The Force Theme from Star Wars) tease from Trey. The Poor Heart and Dog Log in the soundcheck were slow versions.
Trey teased Simple in Runaway Jim. Melt was unfinished. Buffalo Bill was played for the first time since November 21, 1992 (225 shows). Makisupa ended with a BBFCFM tease from Trey and Fish. During Bike, Fish made reference to the new dress he was given that afternoon and wore to the show. Antelope contained a May the Force Be With You tease from Trey.
Guelah contained a Simpsons signal. The Old Home Place through Foreplay/ Long Time were performed acoustic. Manteca was played for the first time since May 5, 1993 (134 shows) and was later teased in the return to Bowie. Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone.
Divided Sky contained an All Fall Down signal. Miscommunication within the student-run venue staff led to a premature signaling for the second set to end. Following an extended break to "discuss" the matter with staff, the band returned for an unusually long encore. Tweezer Reprise featured an atypical extended ending.
Antelope contained a brief Dixie tease from Trey and YEM contained a tease of Simple.  At the end of YEM’s vocal jam (during which the words to Catapult were spoken), the band chanted and shouted “Greenpeace Mike.” Nellie Kane, Beaumont Rag, and Foreplay/Long Time were performed acoustic.
Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. The second set opened with a Voodoo Child tease. Weekapaug included an On Broadway tease and was unfinished. The Rover was teased before Possum as well as numerous times in Possum itself. Possum also contained full band teases of Kashmir and Magilla. Foreplay/Long Time was performed acoustic.
This was a free show. Runaway Jim contained a Gypsy Queen tease. YEM included an Another One Bites the Dust jam and a Mission: Impossible tease from Trey. This version of Harry Hood appears on A Live One. Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone.
Reba did not have the whistling ending.
Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. Antelope included an All Fall Down signal and a Cannonball tease. Weekapaug closed with a Can’t You Hear Me Knocking jam. The Foreplay part of Foreplay/Long Time was subsequently teased again in Cavern.
This show marked the Phish debut of Golden Lady. Esther included Random Note and Simpsons signals. Nellie Kane and Foreplay/Long Time were performed acoustic and without microphones.
My Friend My Friend included additional lyrics from Mike. Before I Didn’t Know, Trey introduced Fish as (former NFL quarterback) Ron Jaworski. After Silent, Trey introduced Fish as the “Creature from the Black Lagoon,” referencing the horror movie of the same name. Reba contained a DEG tease from Trey. Scent of a Mule through Llama featured Béla Fleck on banjo and Old Home Place through Nellie Kane were performed acoustic. Llama began in the acoustic setup, but during the song the band members switched back to their electric instruments. Prior to Beaumont Rag, Trey teased Sample in a Jar.
Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. Dog Faced Boy was acoustic and was, along with Sweet Adeline, performed without microphones. Before Dog Faced Boy, Trey introduced Fish for a “balloon and emotion solo...that will reach into your soul and rip your heart out of your body.” Harpua included a Stonehenge quote and Flash Light jam and told of Jimmy attending a Bootsy Collins concert.
2001 contained Flash Light teases. Foreplay/Long Time was performed acoustic. The encore featured the first Phish performance of The Maker with a Dave Matthews Band guest appearance. Carter Beauford appeared on stage with Fish during the preceding jam. The opening act was Dave Matthews Band.
Nellie Kane, Beaumont Rag, and Foreplay/Long Time were performed acoustic. Ya Mar and Cavern featured Michael Ray on trumpet and shaker and Carl Gerhard on trumpet. Ya Mar also contained a Salt Peanuts tease.
This show took place in a parking lot adjacent to The Grove on the University of Mississippi campus. Antelope included a hi-hat solo from Fish. Foreplay/Long Time was performed acoustic.
My Friend began with a cappella lyrics to the tune of Back in my Hometown. Nellie Kane, the Phish debut of Beaumont Rag, and Foreplay/Long Time were performed acoustic.
The Old Home Place through Nellie Kane and Foreplay/Long Time were performed acoustic and featured guest Steve Cooley on banjo. Old Home Place through Nellie Kane also were performed without microphones. Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone.
Amazing Grace was performed without microphones. Possum contained Contact teases. This version of Coil appears on A Live One.
Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. Between Mike’s Song and Simple, a dozen or so members of a girls soccer team took the stage for a cheer. Foreplay/Long Time was performed acoustic.
This show marked the first performance of the completed Guyute. Wilson contained a Paint It Black tease by Trey. Tweezer Reprise started as Tweezer. The Phish debut of Foreplay/Long Time was performed acoustic, and included Fish on the "female washboard."
There were two shows on this date, one at 7p and another at 9:30p. Some proceeds from these performances were donated to the Last Elm Café. These performances were part of the "on-stage series" where the audience was limited to 125 and shared the stage with the band. There are no known setlists or recordings. 
Trey teased the "Theme from Bonanza" in "Contois" and "Stash" in "St. Thomas." This show featured the first known public performance of "Guyute"; only portions were performed and without lyrics, first by Trey solo, then with Fish joining in during the post "Nozani Na" segment. A "Bad Hat" contest among audience members was held before the beginning of the second set; during the first few breaks in "Air Mail Special" the crowd would yell "that fucking hat!" Two verses of "My Life as a Pez" were sung in response to a Dino Pez dispenser being placed on stage.
The second set was preceeded by a full-band "Jamie's Cryin'" (Van Halen) tease.
No setlist is known and recordings do not circulate.
Big Joe Burrell and the Unknown Blues Band performed at the wedding reception of Trey Anastasio and Sue Statesir. At one point during the festivities all four members of Phish, along with Big Joe on sax, performed several blues numbers.
Trey and Fish sat in for the entire show. There is no known setlist or circulating recording.
Golgi was preceded by an a cappella line of Back in My Hometown. Down With Disease was unfinished. NO2 featured Fish on vacuum. Harpua included a narration about the comet that crashed into Jupiter and Poster got hit by a comet. Harpua also contained a "Charge!" tease from Page. Antelope included a Simpsons signal and Trey running around the stage with a megaphone. Catapult saw Fish take a verbal jab at Trey and his upcoming wedding before quickly recanting. Hood contained a Divided Sky tease from Trey and Chalk Dust included a Barracuda tease. This show was officially released as Live Phish 02.
This was the first solar-powered Phish show. Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. Bowie included a full Jessica tease during the jam. Reba included Brazil and Popeye theme teases and did not have the whistling ending. It's Ice featured a Page-led jam that was unlike most versions. Setting Sail was performed for the first time since March 25, 1992 (292 shows). The second HYHU contained an Iron Man quote from Fish.
Stash was unfinished. At the start of the Chalk Dust encore, the stage was engulfed by stage-diving, high-fiving fans. When a female fan's bear hug knocked a singing Trey away from the mic, he signaled "cut" to end the song, with Fish and Mike instead playing harder. Security then regained control and the song finished uninterrupted.
Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. I Didn't Know featured Fish on trombone. Wilson was played to the tune of Cavern. Tweezer contained Woody Woodpecker theme, I Wish, and I Know a Little teases. BBFCFM was unfinished and played bluegrass style to the tune of Scent of a Mule. Trey teased Slave throughout Suzy Greenberg.
My Friend, My Friend included a Purple Haze tease, Julius contained Buried Alive and Jean Pierre teases, and Mike's Song contained a Simple tease from Trey. Crimes of the Mind and the soundcheck's Jive Talkin' featured the Dude of Life on vocals.
Antelope contained Call to the Post teases from Trey and Page.
The first set included the complete Gamehendge saga, including narration between songs from NO2 through Divided Sky. NO2 featured Fish on vacuum. Reba contained Manteca teases and did not have the whistling ending. This version of Stash appears on A Live One. Mike teased Frankenstein during the bass and drums segment of YEM.
Llama and Bowie included teases of the Munsters theme song and there was a brief Free Ride tease at the start of the show. Carolina was sung for Mary Buckner. There was a Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy tease prior to Landlady. Tweezer included HYHU, Donna Lee, 2001, and Who Knows teases. Chalk Dust contained Lawn Boy teases from Trey and Page and was unfinished. The Old Home Place and Nellie Kane were performed acoustic and, along with Memories, without microphones.
This show included the first Letter to Jimmy Page since July 18, 1991 (357 shows) and the first version played separate from Alumni Blues since May 11, 1987 (811 shows). Esther and YEM contained Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy teases from Trey. Trey quoted the theme from Shaft at the start of the second set. Cities was played for the first time since March 1, 1989 (675 shows). Sweet Adeline and Ginseng Sullivan through Amazing Grace were performed without microphones. Ginseng Sullivan and My Sweet One were performed acoustic. The latter evolved into a sing-along with the audience during the second verse.
Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. Bowie contained a Somewhere Over the Rainbow tease from Trey. SOAM was preceded by a Simpsons signal and subsequently contained a Third Stone From the Sun tease. The jams in Antelope and Suzy were accompanied by a fireworks display.
Weekapaug included teases of Antelope (including lyrics) and 2001.
Possum included teases of Voodoo Child (Slight Return).
Sean Hoppe, an audience member, was invited on stage during Harpua to sing Honky Tonk Women as Jimmy. The Antelope intro and HYHU subsequently included Harpua teases. Antelope also contained a Rhapsody in Blue tease from Page. Split Open and Melt included a vocal jam. Love You contained band intros and an unusually long vacuum solo. Both the YEM vocal jam and Sparkle had “Redrum” screeches from Trey, referencing the movie The Shining. Trey also used his megaphone during YEM.

Soundcheck: The Old Home Place, Funky Bitch > Jam > Pendulum > Colour My World > Self

SET 1: The Curtain > Sample in a Jar, Reba, Mound, Julius, The Horse > Silent in the Morning, David Bowie -> Catapult[1] -> David Bowie, I Didn't Know[2], Golgi Apparatus

SET 2: The Landlady, Poor Heart > Tweezer > It's Ice > Lifeboy > Divided Sky, Suzy Greenberg > Cavern

ENCORE: Ya Mar[3], Tweezer Reprise

Trey teased Buried Alive in Julius and Julius in the intro to The Horse. Catapult was sung as the Bowie hi-hat intro started. I Didn’t Know saw Fish play his bass drum pedal on his knees, and also used Trey's megaphone, instead of taking his usual vacuum or trombone solo. Ya Mar included a brief Dixie tease from Trey and a Simpsons signal.
This show is commonly referred to as “GameHoist.” The first set was the Gamehendge saga, including narration in between songs from Llama through Divided Sky. The second set was the entire Hoist album, save Riker’s Mailbox. This show marked the Phish debut of The Old Home Place, the first complete Gamehendge since March 22, 1993 (134 shows), and the first Tube since April 12, 1993 (120 shows). Divided Sky included Wipe Out teases. Old Home Place was performed acoustic and both Old Home Place and Amazing Grace were performed without microphones.
Though written many years earlier, NO2 made its first known appearance at this show. Suzy contained a Heartbreaker tease and Gin included a Caravan tease from Page and a teases of The Tra La La Song (One Banana, Two Banana) from Trey.
Wilson included a Simpsons signal. Trey teased Mike's Song in It's Ice. Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. Reba contained a quote of (They Long to Be) Close to You from Trey and did not have the whistling ending. Sweet Adeline and Carolina were performed without microphones. Dog Faced Boy through Cavern, which contained the older, alternate lyrics, were performed acoustic without microphones. This hot Antelope included a Disease-style jam segment.
The first set included the first NICU since May 1, 1992 (249 shows). Silent was performed without The Horse. Tweezer included Sunshine of Your Love teases.
My Sweet One was performed acoustic and, along with Carolina, without microphones. Catapult was sung over the Midnight Rider jam. Icculus was played for the first time since March 25, 1993 (128 shows). Weekapaug was unfinished. Cavern contained a Voodoo Child (Slight Return) tease. This show was officially released as Live Phish 10. The soundcheck's The Wedge Jam was released as an iTunes bonus track called "Columbus Soundcheck Jam."
After a few lines of The Horse, the fire alarm went off. The band kept playing but the house lights came on and the building was cleared for 20 minutes. The music resumed with Fire, and that was the only “set break.” My Friend included a Rock and Roll, Hoochie Koo jam. SOAM subsequently included additional Rock and Roll, Hoochie Koo teases and an atypical jam. Chalk Dust contained Barracuda teases. Suzy contained a Rock and Roll, Hoochie Koo tease from Trey. Ginseng Sullivan through Dog Faced Boy were performed acoustic and without microphones, and Sweet Adeline and Amazing Grace were performed without microphones.
Suzy contained a tease of How Many More Times. Faht featured Fish on acoustic guitar. My Sweet One was performed acoustic and without amplification.
This private party jam session included Michael Bizar on guitar, Mark “Murph” Murphy on bass, Pete Herr on percussion, and Scott Bilstad, who along with Fish played drums. A ninety-minute recording of this jam session does circulate and includes “Impressions,” “Whipping Post,” and the Sanford and Son theme; the recording that does circulate is often mislabeled as a “parking lot jam.” Phish had performed earlier in the evening at the UIC Pavilion.
The Mind Left Body Jam's melodic theme (like the MLB theme from Grateful Dead jams) bears a striking resemblance to Marvin Gaye's and Tammi Terrell's You're All I Need To Get By. Bowie (after the MLB Jam) included Three Blind Mice, Dave's Energy Guide, Voodoo Child, and Purple Haze teases. YEM included Frankenstein and How Many More Times teases, as well as a Spam Song vocal jam with a We're Off to See the Wizard quote ("Oz" was changed to "Spam"). The vocal jam also contained a Point Me in the Direction of Albuquerque quote. Chalk Dust subsequently contained a full band tease of How Many More Times. This show was released as part of the Chicago '94 box set.
This performance was on Danny Bonaduce's radio show on WLUP 97.9 FM before Phish's concert that evening at the UIC Pavilion in Chicago, IL. Sweet Adeline was preceded by a eight second rendition of I Woke Up in Love and followed by a nine second version of Point Me in the Direction of Albuquerque. Both I Woke Up and Point Me were sung to the tune of Back in my Hometown and were a bit of a Phish joke on Bonaduce as they were both songs from The Partridge Family. Dog Faced Boy was performed acoustic. This performance might be incomplete as the interview after Dog Faced Boy is cut.
This is the infamous “O.J. Show,” played on the night of O.J. Simpson’s Bronco chase. 2001, Mike’s, Jim, Simple, Poor Heart, and Harpua all included references to O.J. Mike’s Song also included a Mission: Impossible theme tease and Hydrogen included Simple quotes. Weekapaug contained a Nellie Kane tease from Mike. Harpua included a Simple quote and Voodoo Child tease.
Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. Gumbo was played for the first time since April 21, 1993 (104 shows). Stash contained a brief Dave’s Energy Guide jam. Disease was preceded by a Bowie tease, subsequently contained a Swingtown tease, and was unfinished. BBFCFM was unfinished. Ginseng Sullivan was performed acoustic and without amplification. Amazing Grace was performed without amplification and was dedicated to David “ZZYZX” Steinberg. GTBT included Heartbreaker teases.
After The Asse Festival segment of Guelah, the band launched into Adeline and then moved into a Digital Delay Loop Jam before finishing the song. Adeline was performed without microphones. Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. My Sweet One was performed acoustic without microphones. YEM included On Broadway teases in both the jam and the vocal jam; it was also teased during Possum. HYHU segued out of the YEM vocal jam and included Fish talking about how much he hates that song (though he has nothing personal against Argent, who wrote it). Possum also included Dave’s Energy Guide teases.
Ginseng Sullivan was performed acoustic, without amplification. The encore was preceded by a Voodoo Child tease.
This show marked the breakout of Frankenstein, which hadn’t been played since July 26, 1991 (332 shows). Suzy subsequently included a Frankenstein tease. Fluffhead was played after a group of fans had been requesting it since the beginning of the show.
Bowie included a Leprechaun tease by Trey. During Lizards, Trey talked about the rocks that looked like a giant lizard and referenced the last time they played at Red Rocks (August 20, 1993). Lizards also contained a Fanfare for the Common Man tease from Page. Cavern included Purple Haze and Voodoo Child teases from Trey. Tweezer contained What a Man (Linda Lydell original that was remade by Salt-n-Pepa in 1993) quotes from Trey. Possum contained a Random Note signal.
Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. Ginseng Sullivan was performed acoustic without microphones and featured Fish on Madonna washboard.
Trey sat in for the entire show. There is no known setlist or circulating recording.
This performance was part of the Laguna Seca Daze Festival that also included Four Non Blondes, Big Head Todd and the Monsters, The Mother Hips and Meat Puppets. Julius included a Buried Alive tease from Trey. Fish was introduced during I Didn't Know as Mr. Al Unser, Jr. (who had won the Indianapolis 500 earlier in the day). Guelah contained a Simpsons signal. The jam at the start of the second encore is often labeled as “Trey Taking a Leak Jam” because Trey was in the bathroom when the band took the stage. Wilson was played by request.
This performance was part of the Laguna Seca Daze Festival that also included Sausage, Gin Blossoms and Freddy Jones Band. Trey teased the theme from Popeye (Sailor's Hornpipe) in Tweezer. Reba did not have the whistling ending. Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. YEM featured Les Claypool playing on a second bass guitar and Fish on vacuum, and included a band-accompanied bass duel between Mike and Les and a Gimme Some Lovin' tease from Page, Dueling Banjos teases in the jam segment, and a Yankee Doodle tease. YEM ended without a vocal jam. Dueling Banjos was also teased before and during Poor Heart.
This show marked the debut of Simple and the Phish debut of O Mio Babbino Caro. Suzy and Possum contained Flintstones theme teases. Reba did not have the whistling ending. Nellie Kane and My Mind’s Got a Mind of its Own were performed acoustic with guest fiddler Morgan Fichter. O Mio Babbino Caro, a Puccini aria, featured opera singer Andrea Baker singing unmiced. Before Possum, the band handed out boxes of Flintstones macaroni and cheese for the audience to shake along with Possum and Fire.
Antelope contained a Simpsons signal. Ginseng Sullivan and Dog Faced Boy were performed acoustic and, along with Amazing Grace, without microphones. Ginseng also featured Fish on washboard.
Stash contained Uncle Pen teases. My Sweet One was performed acoustic and, along with Sweet Adeline, without microphones.
Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. The YEM vocal jam included quotes of Psycho Killer. "Been you to have any cantaloupe" was repeated multiple times in Antelope. Ginseng Sullivan was performed acoustic and featured Fish on washboard.
Glide was humorously introduced by Trey as “Whoomp! There it Is,” referencing a then-popular dance club song by Tag Team. My Sweet One, Ginseng Sullivan, and Dog Faced Boy were performed acoustic and without microphones. Ginseng also featured Fish on washboard.
The Bowie intro contained a Sample tease. Trey teased Smoke on the Water in the Big Ball Jam. Before Harry Hood, Fish and Trey acknowledged the crowd’s varied requests but noted that they couldn’t understand what songs people were yelling for. Fish responded by screaming incoherently, mimicking what the crowd noise sounded like to him on stage. Trey noted that the band had been playing all night and wanted to give the audience a chance to perform. He counted off to the crowd, who responded with assorted clapping and cheering. Fish jokingly remarked “you guys haven’t played that in so long.” Hood contained Across the River (Peter Gabriel) and Odd Couple theme teases.

Soundcheck: Can You See Me, Surfing Jam, Magilla (fast version), Demand (x3), Blues Jam, Blues Jam -> Low Rider -> Jam

SET 1: Fee[1] > Maze, If I Could, It's Ice > Bathtub Gin > Fast Enough for You, Scent of a Mule, Dog Faced Boy[2], Carolina[3], AC/DC Bag

SET 2: Also Sprach Zarathustra > Run Like an Antelope > Weigh, Axilla (Part II), Wolfman's Brother > Rift, You Enjoy Myself

ENCORE: Chalk Dust Torture

Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. Bathtub Gin included a Lion Sleeps Tonight tease from Trey. YEM contained an Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da jam and the vocal jam was based on Low Rider. Dog Faced Boy was performed acoustic and, along with Carolina, without microphones.

Soundcheck: Jam > Dog Log, Blues Jam > Simple > The Fool on the Hill > Arthur's Theme, Sunset Grill, If I Could

SET 1: Halley's Comet > Llama, My Friend, My Friend, Poor Heart > Stash , The Horse > Silent in the Morning > Down with Disease > The Mango Song > Cavern

SET 2: Sample in a Jar, Sparkle > Mike's Song > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove, The Lizards, Julius, Big Ball Jam, Harry Hood, Golgi Apparatus

ENCORE: Ginseng Sullivan[1], Nellie Kane[1], Sweet Adeline[2], Fire

MFMF included Born on the Bayou teases from Page and Trey. Mike's Song contained teases of Today (Smashing Pumpkins) from Trey. Weekapaug, Big Ball Jam, and Hood included I Love Lucy theme teases. Ginseng Sullivan and Nellie Kane were performed acoustic, without microphones, and featured Fish on washboard. Sweet Adeline was also performed without microphones. The soundcheck's Simple led to joking "performances" of limited parts of Fool on the Hill, Arthur's Theme, and Sunset Grill. The soundcheck information is from phish.com.
Maze included Call to the Post and Happy Birthday teases. Ginseng Sullivan and Dog Faced Boy were performed acoustic without microphones. Ginseng also featured Fish on washboard. Page’s piano solo in The Squirming Coil was cut short when Trey brought out a birthday cake for Page and attempted to lead the audience in a round of Happy Birthday. Tweezer included the Phish debut of Earache My Eye.
Sweet Adeline and Amazing Grace were performed without microphones. Divided Sky contained a Woody Woodpecker theme tease from Trey. Antelope included a Simpsons signal at the beginning and All Fall Down and Oom Pa Pa signals during the jam. YEM contained a Louie Louie tease. The second set kept returning to BBFCFM, as the three verses were completely spread out. Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone.
Wilson included Oom Pa Pa, Simpsons, and Key Change signals. Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. Ginseng was performed acoustic and without microphones. Weekapaug included a Divided Sky tease and was unfinished.
Suzy included a Layla tease from Page. YEM included a Mission: Impossible theme tease from Page a Spider-Man theme tease from Mike, and a Mind Left Body jam.
Catapult was played for the first time since February 10, 1993 (134 shows). Trey sang some of the verses of Fee through a megaphone. Bathtub Gin included a Dave's Energy Guide tease. Fluffhead and Possum contained Bring It On Home teases.
Ginseng Sullivan through Nellie Kane were performed acoustic.
Stash contained Cannonball teases. Antelope included Mystery Achievement teases from Mike. Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. YEM contained a theme from Mission: Impossible tease from Page and a theme from Shaft quote from Trey. Halley’s segued out of the YEM vocal jam. Adeline was performed without microphones.
Horn ended with a brief, atypical jam. The jam out of Walk Away included a Page solo, teases of It’s Ice and McGrupp, and a Simpsons signal. The Sweet Emotion and HYHU Jams both contained Tweezer teases. Amazing Grace was performed without microphones. This show was officially released as Live Phish 18.
MFMF ended with a Rockin' Back Inside My Heart (Julee Cruise) jam with lyrics changed from "Rockin' Back" to "Runnin' Back." The Bowie intro included Oom Pa Pa, Aw Fuck!, and Simpsons signals and HYHU teases. The encore was performed without microphones. This show was originally scheduled for Houston’s Bayou City Theatre, but was relocated at the last minute to the Tower Theater.
It’s Ice included a Right Off (Miles Davis) tease. YEM through Cavern featured the Cosmic Country Horns: Michael Ray and Carl “Geerz” Gerhard on trumpet, Dave “The Truth” Grippo on alto sax, Tony Tate on tenor sax, Jerome Theriot on baritone sax, and Rick Trolsen on trombone. Wolfman's featured an Alumni Blues jam. Suzy ended with a jazz jam involving a megaphone on Trey’s guitar and an electric screwdriver on Mike’s bass. Trey dedicated Antelope to his friend, who was, at that moment, giving birth. He recommended that she name the child “Marco Esquandolas.” Cavern contained Rebirth of Slick (Cool Like Dat) teases.
If I Could featured Alison Krauss on vocals. Bowie contained Black or White, Sunshine of Your Love and Sunshine of My Life teases. Harpua contained "Charge!" and I Wan'na Be Like You teases from Page and Sunshine of Your Love and Sunshine of My Life teases. Adeline was performed unmiced. The venue is sometimes mislabeled as “The Veranda” at Starwood; the show was scheduled to be held there but was moved to the main stage due to rain. Interestingly, Hank Williams, Jr. had already set up his PA and light system for a tour rehearsal and allowed Phish to use his rig. After Stash, Trey thanked Hank for letting Phish borrow the equipment, joked that they would like to play the Monday Night Football song in honor of him and quoted All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight. The soundcheck's If I Could also featured Krauss on vocals.
Suzy and Mike's Song contained Money teases. Oteil Burbridge joined on bass during Mike’s Song, also jumping on the trampoline. They were then joined by Stacy Starkweather on stand-up bass for the jam out of Mike’s Song, during which the band members switched instruments and Entrance of the Gladiators was teased. At one point, Trey wound up on drums while Fish played Page’s organ. Cavern contained a Stairway to Heaven tease from Trey.
Ginseng Sullivan and Sweet Adeline were performed acoustic without microphones. Ginseng also featured Fish on washboard. Lion Sleeps Tonight was teased in Wilson, Bowie, Hood, McGrupp, and Possum. Bowie also contained an All Fall Down signal and Kashmir teases from Page. Page teased Entrance of the Gladiators in Axilla. Possum also included Wilson, Peaches, Wolfman's, and Axilla teases. During one of the pauses in BBFCFM, Fish said his mother was in attendance, prompting a New York, New York tease from Page.
There was no vocal jam in YEM, as the song melted into FEFY. I Didn't Know featured Fish on Madonna washboard. Split Open included teases of Ice Ice Baby and was unfinished. Sanity was played for the first time since May 17, 1992 (201 shows). Reba contained a Simpsons signal. Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone.
This single-set performance was part of the annual SunFest that also included Joan Baez, Blues Traveler, Huey Lewis & The News, Los Lobos, The Village People, and Ziggy Marley and the Melody Makers. Antelope contained Magilla teases.

SET 1: Alone , Optimistic Thought , Mulling It Over [1], Should I Stay or Should I Go? , Low Rider > Go Outside and Drive , What's For Breakfast , Sweet Pain , The Good the Bad and the Ugly > Gina , Love and Greed , Crash Burn , Sweet Talking Hippie

ENCORE: But Anyway

Both Phish and Blues Traveler performed at the annual SunFest. Trey played on “Mulling It Over”; after the song ended, John Popper exclaimed: “Trey Anastasio! Boy, you know, those Phish guys...love that band!” 
This show was an in-studio performance (with an audience) on the Live X program, broadcast live on WNNX 99.7-FM in Atlanta. This show contains the only known Phish performance of Carefree.
Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. Ginseng Sullivan and Dog Faced Boy were performed acoustic and, along with Amazing Grace, without microphones. Ginseng also featured Fish on washboard. Antelope contained several Layla teases.
Jump Monk was played for the first time since March 12, 1988 (727 shows). Tequila was teased before Demand and also during Bowie. Bowie also included Dave's Energy Guide teases. The Mockingbird narration contained Also Sprach Zarathustra teases from Page. Contact included a Blue Bayou tease from Page.
Fish, Mike and Page sat in during this late-night show for a cover of the Davenport and Coole classic, “Fever.” Trey was also in attendance but did not perform. Phish had performed earlier in the evening at Atlanta’s “Fabulous” Fox Theatre.
Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. Antelope included Simpsons and Oom Pa Pa signals. Caravan and the Phish debut of High-Heel Sneakers featured Merl Saunders on keyboards and YEM, which included a Rock ‘n Roll Hoochie Koo jam, featured Colonel Bruce Hampton on piano. The Phish debut of Who By Fire also featured Colonel Bruce Hampton on vocals. Ginseng Sullivan was performed acoustic, without microphones, and featured Fish on washboard. Free Bird was played by request after Trey asked, a la Lynyrd Skynyrd, what song the crowd wanted to hear. Listen for a distinct Caravan tease in the beginning of Esther. The trampolines jam in YEM featured a guest trampoline jumper due to Trey’s broken foot.

SET 1: Plain or Peanut , Two Truckloads , No Egos Underwater , Time Flack , Salty Dog , Spoonful , Time Is Free , Fixin' to Die [1], Lost My Mule in Texas , Jack the Rabbit , Zambi > Space is the Place , Trondossa , Yield Not To Tempation

ENCORE: Working on a Building

“Fixin’ to Die” featured both Fish and Trey. Phish had performed earlier in the evening at Columbia’s Township Auditorium.
Tweezer contained a Baby Elephant Walk tease. The encore featured Page’s father, Dr. Jack McConnell, on piano and lead vocals.
Foam contained a brief Dixie tease from Trey and Possum contained an All Fall Down signal. Hydrogen contained the lyrics "I walk awakening on the misty fields of forever." Amazing Grace was performed without microphones. The Drums Jam featured Carter Beauford of the Dave Matthews Band; the rest of the encore (including the Phish debut of Watchtower) featured the entire band. The guest trampoline jumper during Mike’s Song was then-nine year old fan Katherine Lang. The opening act was Dave Matthews Band.
Suzy contained Sunshine of Your Love teases by Page and Trey. Trey also teased Rhythm-A-Ning and The Tra La La Song (One Banana, Two Banana) in Magilla and sang some of the verses of Fee through a megaphone. Somewhere Over the Rainbow was played for the first time since August 17, 1992 (159 shows). YEM and Rainbow featured Dave Matthews, LeRoi Moore, Boyd Tinsley, Carter Beauford, and Stefan Lessard from Dave Matthews Band. YEM also featured Fish on vacuum. Matthews was Trey’s substitute trampoline jumper during YEM. The opening act was Dave Matthews Band.
Trey teased Buried Alive in Julius and Bathtub Gin in Big Ball Jam. Ya Mar was dedicated by Trey “with all my love, to Sue.” “Big Phil” was the guest trampoline jumper during Mike’s Song, as he took Trey’s place in the routine.
Before Fish’s vacuum solo in I Didn’t Know, Trey introduced Fish as “Greazy Fizeek” and suggested that he will “paint a musical picture in his mind with the Hoover vacuum cleaner about what he thinks of Mike’s special black socks that he is wearing tonight.” My Sweet One contained an extended pause and a Random Note signal before the ending. Trey briefly teased Purple Haze during the intro to Cavern.
Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. This show included the debut of Axilla (Part II). Antelope included Nellie Kane teases from Trey and Mike and a Simpsons signal. In Trey's place, Brad Sands was the substitute trampoline jumper during YEM. Coil contained a Thank You tease from Page.
Suzy through Magilla featured the Giant Country Horns: Carl “Geerz” Gerhard on trumpet, Dave “The Truth” Grippo on alto sax, Chris Peterman on tenor sax, Mike Gallick on baritone sax, Don Glasgo on trombone, and Joey Sommerville on trumpet. Alumni Blues was incomplete as only one verse was performed, but it was the first since July 18, 1991 (301 shows).
Antelope contained a Random Note signal. YEM featured a guest trampoline jumper pulled from the audience taking Trey’s place in the tramps routine. Nellie Kane and Dog Faced Boy, which made its debut, were performed acoustic and without microphones.
Stash closed with a Can’t You Hear Me Knocking tease. Ginseng was performed acoustic, without microphones, and featured Fish on washboard. Faht featured Fish on acoustic guitar. Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. Reba contained an All Fall Down signal in the pause before the whistling ending and Bowie contained Oom Pa Pa and Simpsons signals in the intro and 'A' Train and Reba teases from Trey. Trey tesaed Dixie in 'A' Train. Sweet Adeline was also performed without microphones.
This on-air performance, as part of DJ Dennis Elsas’s daily Workforce Block afternoon show, took place at the “abandoned studio” of WNEW-AM; the FM studio down the hall wasn’t large enough for the band to play in. Band interviews and the Hoist version of Julius were interspersed between the live performances. Highlights of the interview included the announcement that the three-show Beacon Theatre run sold out in 33 minutes; Trey commenting that he had locked up both his skis and his motorcycle for fear of having a pre-tour accident and then ended up breaking his foot by stumbling into a hole on the side of the stage during rehearsals; the band joking about having been approached by Snapple fruit juices for a “Snapple in a Jar” campaign; and discussion of the Disease video (which prompted Dennis to ask them to play the song). At the beginning of Disease, Trey told Mike to “write it down brotha,” which became a running gag throughout the first half of the song. Trey continued repeating the phrase, causing him to laugh through the lyrics of the first verse and humorously fumble the lyrics at the beginning of the second verse.
As the trampolines were brought out for YEM, Trey announced that his understudy (Brad Sands) would stand in for him in the tramps routine. Brad took Trey’s place on the tramps; Trey sat in a chair during that segment of YEM, reading a newspaper. YEM also included Trey trading teases of Sunshine of Your Love with Page, who alternated with Sunshine of My Life teases. The YEM vocal jam was based on My Soul. Possum subsequently contained teases of Sunshine of Your Love. Amazing Grace was performed without microphones.
Trey fell through a hole in the stage and tore the ligaments in his ankle during the soundcheck and performed the majority of the show seated on a stool. The Esther intro contained a Simpsons signal. My Friend started with Trey on acoustic guitar and did not contain its usual "Myfe" ending, instead concluding with a Rockin' Back Inside My Heart (Julee Cruise) jam with Trey changing "Rockin' Back" to "Runnin' Back." Ginseng featured Fish on washboard.
This show marked the debut of Demand. Weekapaug included Little Drummer Boy, Divided Sky, and DEG teases as well as a vocal jam. Little Drummer Boy was also teased during the end of Peaches and the ensuing Big Ball Jam, which also contained Demand teases from Fish. Highway to Hell was jokingly dedicated to some fans in the front row, who were chanting for AC/DC Bag, and not an AC/DC song. The soundcheck's Makisupa Policeman was performed in a funk style and is sometimes referred to as "Funkisupa Policeman."
The beginning of The Horse featured Trey on acoustic guitar. It's Ice contained the first digital delay loop jam. Suzy included a Stairway to Heaven tease from Trey as well as Misty Mountain Hop and Owner of a Lonely Heart teases. I Didn’t Know included Mimi Fishman on cymbals. Mimi also counted off the break in BBFCFM.
Weekapaug contained a vocal jam. Ginseng Sullivan and Nellie Kane were performed acoustic and, along with Sweet Adeline, without microphones. This show was originally scheduled for The Palladium and was relocated at the last minute due to damage to that venue from the previous evening’s New Kids on the Block concert.
Amazing Grace was performed without amplification.
This show, a benefit for The Flynn Theatre, featured many debuts, including Scent of a Mule, If I Could, Wolfman’s Brother, Julius, and the full Down with Disease. I Wan'na Be Like You also made its Phish debut. The show kicked off with an a cappella line of Back In My Hometown. Reba contained A-Hunting We Will Go teases from Trey and Mike and It's Ice contained Hey Bulldog (Beatles) teases. Buried Alive through I Wan'na Be Like You and Suzy Greenberg featured The Giant Country Horns: Mike Gallick on baritone sax, Carl “Geerz” Gerhard on trumpet, Dave “The Truth” Grippo on alto sax, Don Glasgo on trombone, Chris Peterman on tenor sax, and Joey Sommerville on trumpet. Magilla was played slightly differently than most versions, with more of a shuffle beat. Wolfman's contained an Alumni Blues jam. Suzy contained Horn introductions and a HYHU tease from Page. Before and after Hood, Trey updated the crowd on the score of the Duke - Arkansas NCAA championship basketball game. Cavern, which contained the old, alternate lyrics, featured Gerhard on trumpet.
Fish played washboard for the entire show.

SET 1: Plain or Peanut > Yield Not To Temptation , Time Flack , Time Is Free , No Reason to Complain , Salty Dog [1], Payday [2], Tuxedo Junction [3], Basically Frightened [3], Zambi [4] -> Space is the Place [5], Trondossa , No Egos Underwater , Two Truckloads , Working On a Building

ENCORE: Jam [6], Elevator to the Moon

Trey sat in on guitar for “Salty Dog” and “Payday.” Page sat in on organ for “Tuxedo Junction” through “Space is the Place.” Michael Ray, Dave Grippo, Dave Gordo, and several members of Leftover Salmon (who opened the gig) also made guest appearances during the set. The encore jam featured all of the guests from throughout the set.
Page sat in on keyboards for “Holden Oversoul” and “Love Tractor.”

SET 1: Plain or Peanut , Payday , Time Flack , No Egos Underwater , Fixin' to Die [1], No Reason to Complain [1], Time Is Free , Two Truckloads , Compared to What? , Salty Dog , Basically Frightened , Elevator to the Moon > Trondossa , Yield Not To Temptation , Zambi > Space Is the Place

ENCORE: Working on the Building

“Fixin’ to Die” and “No Reason to Complain” featured Mike on bass. Other guests during the show included Mark Vann and Drew Emmitt from Leftover Salmon on banjo and mandolin, respectively.
Trey and Fish sat in for the entire show. 
Trey sat in for the entire show. There is no known setlist or circulating recording.
This setlist is incomplete and may not be in correct order.

SET 1: Underground People , Zero , Freaks on Fire , Do What You Want , 7th Revelation > Jam [1] > Don’t Let it Stop Ya [2]

SET 2: Cherokee , Question Air , Tezz Jam > What Makes You Feel Good , Elvin Jones , Who Do? We Do! , Confessions of a Man

The bass jam and “Don’t Let it Stop Ya” featured Mike on bass.

SET 1: Stop the Revolution , Lila , Do What You Want , Question Air , Who Do We Think We Are? , Freaks on Fire > Tezz > Underground People

SET 2: Cherokee , Don’t Let It Stop Ya , 7th Revelation > Fish Reading [1] > Elvin Jones , Feel Good > Big Chief > Fiyo on the Bayou , Live Wire

ENCORE: Ma Bitch

ENCORE 2: Power of Silence

Fish read a passage about “Bucky Domes” from Robert Anton Wilson’s Cosmic Trigger between “7th Revelation” and “Elvin Jones.” A “Bucky Dome,” also known as Geodesic dome, is a sphere created from a series of hexagrams and pentagrams, invented by Buckminster Fuller. At the time, Fish lived in a “Bucky Dome.”
Trey played guitar for the entire show. Page sat in on keyboards from "Bitchin' Again" and "Family Picture." Scotia Jordan provided vocals for "Bitchin' Again."
Good w/Willis opened. Page sat in on keyboards for "Bitchin' Again" through "Revolution's Over" and "Family Picture" through "Crimes of the Mind." "Do You Know What I Mean" and "Teenie Weenie Bit of Your Love" featured fiddle player Russell Flanagan. "Lucy In the Subway" contained a "Dear Prudence" tease.
moe. opened. Trey performed for the entire show. Page sat in on keyboards for "Bitchin' Again" through "Revolution's Over." Sofi Dillof provided vocals for "Bitchin' Again." "Dahlia" featured a rare Fish drum solo.
Mimi Fishman provided vocals for "Dinner and a Movie."
Mike sat in from "Self" through the end of the show; Trey sat in from "Family Picture" through the end of the show.
Page sat in on keyboards for Herbie Hancock’s “Chameleon” and Maceo Parker’s “Shake Everything You Got.”
The two sets represent an early and late show. Fishman performed in a wig.
Recordings of this show in circulation are commonly mislabeled with the incorrect date of January 27, 1994.
This setlist is incomplete.
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