This show was webcast via Live Phish. BOAF contained a quote of The Birds. During I Didn't Know, Trey introduced Fish as "The Man Mulcahy." The crowd sang the last verse of I Didn't Know and Fish then asked the crowd to join him in singing Happy Birthday to his daughter, Ella. KDF was unfinished. The third set began with the band on a second stage beneath a funnel-shaped screen suspended from the ceiling. As the band jammed, part of the screen descended and became an hourglass shape surrounding the stage, on which a series of images were projected. As the jam continued and the countdown to midnight approached, the band returned to the main stage.
This show was webcast via Live Phish and featured the debut of Can't Always Listen. Page teased Magilla in Simple. The second Weekapaug contained Auld Lang Syne and What's The Use? teases from Trey.
Trey briefly teased "Wilson" before "First Tube."
"Clint Eastwood" contained "Chain of Fools" quotes from Trey and Jen. "Show of Life" was dedicated to TAB and Phish booking agent Chip Hooper, who was in a local hospital battling cancer.
Trey Anastasio Band was the musical guest on Conan. The episode first aired on November 18, 2015.
During "The Devil Went Down to Georgia," Trey played his guitar with a violin from a fan dressed as the devil. This show featured the TAB debut of "Enjoy Yourself" (Guy Lombardo).  "MacArthur Park" included showgirls on the stage.
"Call to the Post" was teased before "Show of Life."
"Cayman Review" contained a "Streets of Cairo" tease by Trey.  This show featured the TAB debut of "What Is Life" (George Harrison).
This show featured the TAB debuts of "Soul Rebel" (Bob Marley and The Wailers), "49 Bye-Byes" (Crosby, Stills & Nash), and "MacArthur Park" (Jimmy Webb).
This show was part of the 2015 New Yorker Festival, billed as "Trey Anastasio Talks with Alec Wilkinson." The songs  – including the debut of "Cartwheels" – were interspersed between interview segments.
This set was part of the Grand Point North festival that also featured Grace Potter, The Flaming Lips, Greensky Bluegrass, and Marco Benevento, among many others.
This performance was part of the Plainfield Old Home Days celebration that also featured Donna Thunder and Storm, The Odd Wednesdays, and Bad Dog.
During Grace Potter's headlinging set at the Grand Point North festival, Mike sat in on bass for a cover of Harry Nilsson's "Jump Into the Fire." Mike's band had performed earlier in the evening.

SET 1: Angatta [1]

During Barika's performance as part of The South End Art Hop, all of the other members of Mike Gordon's band joined Craig Myers, Andrew Moroz, and Michael Chorney for the Barika original "Angatta."
This show was webcast via LivePhish and featured several bustouts: The Landlady (last played December 3, 1994, or 768 shows), Birdwatcher (June 28, 2012, 134 shows), Keyboard Army (December 14, 1995, 684 shows), and Once in a Lifetime (October 31, 1996, 634 shows). Scent of a Mule and NO2 featured Fish on Marimba Lumina. Frankenstein featured Page on keytar. Down with Disease and Harpua were unfinished.  Piper included a quote of Rockin' Down the Highway from Fish with "rollin'" sung instead of "rockin.'" Harpua, After Midnight, Keyboard Army, and Your Pet Cat included narration about Jimmy being a guy from the east coast coming west, having a breathing problem, and needing an oxygen tank (with Trey sucking from an oxygen tank). Trey then said Jimmy started to feel strange and wondered if he should've gotten that oxygen tank in the parking lot after the Phish show. Harpua also contained a Glass Onion quote with Trey saying "the Walrus was Page." Your Pet Cat included narration from Mike about eating Poster Nutbag and finished with a portion of Harpua. Once in a Lifetime contained Harpua quotes. This show featured the Phish debut of United We Stand. During Harpua, Trey mentioned that people writing down the setlist would want to only count Harpua once (by doing this, the encore spelled out THANK YOU).
This show was webcast via LivePhish. Trey teased It's Ice and Call to the Post before Split Open and Melt and Dave's Energy Guide during Rock and Roll. Chalk Dust included teases of The Birds by Trey and Fish and was unfinished. Trey announced "Let Leo pick" before the encore, and Page thanked the crowd while the band began to play Page's selection, Sleeping Monkey. 
This show was webcast via LivePhish. Wolfman's was unfinished. Bike was last played June 28, 2012 (132 shows). The soundcheck's Undermind contained a Streets of Cairo tease from Trey.
This show was webcast via LivePhish and was the third show of the Magnaball festival. Mike teased The Tears of a Clown before Punch You In the Eye. Buffalo Bill was played for the first time since June 22, 2012 (134 shows). Trey thanked the fans, crew, production staff and local officials during I Didn't Know while Fishman "sucked love" on his vacuum. Down with Disease was unfinished. Scents did not have the intro. Immigrant Song was teased in both Twist and Weekapaug Groove. Mainstreet was teased in Weekapaug Groove, which was unfinished. YEM contained a Brick House tease from Mike, Sanity quotes in the vocal jam, and culminated with a quote from The Very Long Fuse and a fireworks display.
This show was webcast via LivePhish and was the second show of the Magnaball festival. Caspian included a Tweezer tease. Cities contained a Mind Left Body Jam tease. The Fourth Set Drive-In Jam started with the band playing behind the "Drive In Movie" screen that had been created for the festival. Slowly, their silhouettes became visible and the ambient jam veered towards a full on band jam while the screen simultaneously showed fractal like images of close-ups of the band. Eventually, the band was visible.The Drive-In Jam included a Fireworks tease from Mike and a Little Drummer Boy tease from Page.
This show was webcast via LivePhish and was the first show of the Magnaball festival. Simple included a Magilla tease from Page. Bathtub Gin contained a Tequila tease from Page and Time Loves a Hero teases from Mike. TMWSIY and Avenu Malkenu were played for the first time since July 4, 2012 (124 shows). After Free, Trey asked the crowd to sing Happy Birthday to his daughter, Eliza, who briefly joined him onstage as he sang to her. Mock Song was played for the first time since July 12, 2003 (320 shows), and featured a lyric change to "Clifford, Super, Magnaball." CDT contained a What's the Use? tease and was unfinished. Hood contained a CTB tease from Mike. 
This was the soundcheck for the Magnaball Festival. The soundcheck consisted of one 46-minute jam, which included Fish and Trey saying "Feel the Bern" (in reference to 2016 presidential candidate Bernie Sanders),  a Rock Around the Clock quote from Mike, and was broadcast on "The Bunny."
This show was webcast via LivePhish. Sleeping Monkey was teased and quoted before the show and also quoted in the YEM vocal jam. Mike teased "Charge!" before the show as well. Nothing was played for the first time since June 7, 2012 (139 shows). DWD's lyrics were changed to reference "Mike's head." DWD was also unfinished.

Soundcheck: Sparkle, McGrupp and the Watchful Hosemasters, Friday, Nothing (x5), Stir It Up (instrumental)

SET 1: Simple > Glide, Buried Alive > McGrupp and the Watchful Hosemasters > Roggae > Limb By Limb > Big Black Furry Creature from Mars > Your Pet Cat > Big Black Furry Creature from Mars, Horn > Blaze On > Run Like an Antelope[1]

SET 2: Halley's Comet > 46 Days -> Bug > Steam > What's the Use? > Steam -> Piper -> Tweezer[2] -> NO2[2] -> Tweezer > Walls of the Cave

ENCORE: Sleeping Monkey > Tweezer Reprise

This show was webcast via LivePhish. Simple included a Magilla tease. The first Big Black Furry Creature from Mars included an I Dream of Jeannie theme tease from Mike and a Your Pet Cat quote. Run Like an Antelope included a Call To The Post tease and the lyrics were changed to "Gaktoidler Esquandolas." Piper included a Steam tease. The first Tweezer and NO2 included Trey on megaphone. NO2 was last played August 12, 2010 (202 shows) and included a Martian Monster quote. During the intro to Sleeping Monkey, Trey said that backstage the band had read a website that ranked Phish songs and they were surprised that Page's all-time favorite song was not on the top of the list, so they were going to play it for the crowd right now. Trey then said every night walking off during encore breaks Page asks to play it and Mike says "No Page, not tonight, tonight's not your night, man." Tweezer Reprise included a Sleeping Monkey quote from Fish.
Llama was performed in a slow funk style. Weekapaug included No Quarter teases from Trey.
Free contained Martian Monster teases and quotes, Mike teased I Want You Back in Ya Mar, BOAF included quotes of The Birds, Page teased Tequila in Bathtub Gin and Trey quoted Martian Monster at the end of Hood. The soundcheck's Your Pet Cat contained Tomorrow's Song lyrics.
Skin It Back was played for the first time since August 22, 2012 (111 shows). The second Martian Monster of the set included part of the ending of Skin It Back. Bowie, Mule and Ghost contained Martian Monster quotes.  Mike teased Mercury in Bowie. Mule also contained a Marimba Lumina solo from Fish. Rock and Roll's lyrics were changed to reference Philadelphia.
Mockingbird featured narration about Trey walking around Alpine Valley and having a bird shit on him, inspiring him to play the song that night. He also acknowledged that this was the band's 17th show at Alpine and that the following day would be the 19th anniversary of their first appearance (August 10, 1996). The Very Long Fuse was quoted in Sanity. Frankenstein featuured Page on keytar.
Page teased the Mission: Impossible theme in Maze. DWD was unfinished.
This show was webcast via LivePhish. After Roses Are Free, Trey gave a call-out to Aaron Freeman and Mickey Melchiondo (aka Gene and Dean Ween), encouraging them to get Ween back together. Trey teased For the Love of Money in It's Ice, Call to the Post at the end of Bathtub Gin, and DEG in Hood. Chalk Dust was unfinished.
The Birds was quoted before Gumbo. This show featured the Phish debut of The Last Step. The Wedge contained a Stash tease. DWD was unfinished and contained a Pop Goes the Weasel at the beginning from Mike.
This show was webcast via LivePhish. BOAF contained quotes from The Birds. During Lawn Boy, Page walked all the way over and said hello to "Mike Side." Light's lyrics were changed to mention Tom Marshall, who was in attendance at the show. Weekapaug included Crosseyed quotes. During the Weekapaug jam, Trey and Mike stood face to face before turning to the front of the stage and stepping in unison with the music.
MFMF contained a Very Long Fuse quote. DWD was unfinished.
Trey teased Sing (Joe Raposo) in Ocelot and Happy Birthday in Heavy Things. Antelope's "Marco Esquandolas" lyric was changed to "Mike-O Esquandolas." Tweezer contained Maria and Mercury teases.
KDF was unfinished. During Martian Monster, Trey joined Page on clavinet and Trey and Mike both joined Fish on drums. Fish then played Mike's bass with Trey and Mike still on drums before Mike left to play Trey's guitar. Reba did not contain the whistling ending. Bathtub Gin included the whistling portion from Reba, a Reba tease from Page, a Funkytown tease from Mike, Apostrophe teases, and a Kill Devil Falls quote.
This show was webcast via LivePhish. Chalk Dust was unfinished. Simple contained a Magilla tease from Page. BOAF contained a quote of The Birds. The Connection was played for the first time since June 29, 2010 (200 shows).
This show was webcast via LivePhish.
Trey teased Follow the Yellow Brick Road during Limb By Limb. Ya Mar featured Mike and Trey laying on their backs and kicking their feet in the air. My Friend did not contain the "Myfe" ending. During YEM, Trey held his guitar in front of Mike and played it around Mike's back. Trey later played Mike's bass from around Mike's back and Mike began playing Trey's guitar. Trey also joined Fish on drums during the bass and drums segment of YEM.
Trey teased Twist at the end of Light.
This show was webcast via LivePhish and featured the debut of Mercury and the Phish debuts of How Many People Are You, Heavy Rotation, and Scabbard. Back on the Train included a Heavy Rotation tease from Page and a Streets of Cairo tease from Trey. Do You Feel Like We Do was teased after Maze.  Page teased Magilla in Simple. Trey teased Little Drummer Boy at the end of Gin.
This show was webcast via LivePhish and featured the debuts of Blaze On, Shade, and No Men In No Man's Land. Mike teased Do You Feel Like We Do before Ghost. The Birds was quoted in Birds of a Feather. Wedge included a Stash tease from Trey and Weekapaug contained a No Men In No Man's Land quote.
Mike and Scott opened the show with a medley of songs that included "Ramble On" > "China Cat Sunflower" > "Feel Like Making Love" > "Deep River Blues" > "Whole Lotta Love" > "Jack & Diane" > "Long Train Running" > "Face." Scott teased "Roundabout" in "Different World." "Cruel World" contained a "Tiny Little World" tease. "How Many People Are You" was teased in "Babylon Baby." This performance was officially released as a free MP3 on LivePhish.
Luke Temple of Here We Go Magic sat in on songs he composed, "How Do I Know" and the Mike Gordon debut of "Make Up Your Mind."
This performance was part of the Lowell Summer Music Series. "555" and "Different World" contained "Traveled Too Far" teases.
This show featured the Mike Gordon debuts of "Papa Loves Mambo" and "Burning Down the House." The outro to "Take It As It Comes" included various Father's Day antics involving the band members engaging in traditional father activities (playing catch, flipping burgers, reading the paper, etc). "Papa Loves Mambo" then featured Scott's son, Ian Murawski, and Mike's daughter, Tessa Gordon, on vocals. A fire alarm set off during intermission forced a temporary evacuation of everyone from the building.
Scott teased "Shine On You Crazy Diamond" in "Sleep to Dream." Mike teased Peter Frampton's "Do You Feel Like We Do?" before "Traveled Too Far."
This show was a free webcast on Yahoo! Live
This show featured the debuts of the Gordon/Murawski originals "Take It As It Comes" and "The Last Step," as well as the Mike Gordon debut of Fiona Apple's "Sleep to Dream." 
This show featured the debut of the Gordon/Murawski originals "Here Today" and "How Many People Are You," as well as the Mike Gordon debuts of Robert Palmer's "Looking for Clues" and Here We Go Magic's "How Do I Know?" Mike dedicated "Spock's Brain" to Leonard Nimoy. "Looking for Clues" included a "Mystery Achievement" tease from Mike.
Trey and Phil Lesh sat in for "Bertha" and "GDTRFB."
Earphunk opened. This show took place during the first weekend of the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival
Earphunk opened. This show took place during the first weekend of the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival
This show was part of the Nectar's 40th Anniversary Celebration.
Fish sat in on drums for the listed songs. Earlier in the evening, Fish had been presented a Lifetime Achievement Award at the annual Syracuse Area Music Awards show.
This performance was billed as "Local Legends: An Evening of Acoustic Music" and was sponsored by Responsible Growth Hinesburg. The gig also featured sets by Nate Gusakov and Robinson Morse, and Fadhili with Niel Maurer.
This show was webcast via LivePhish. Mule included a Smoke on the Water tease by Trey. DWD contained an Axilla tease from Trey and was unfinished. Hood included a Happy Birthday tease by Trey and an Auld Lang Syne tease from Mike. The Birds was quoted in Suzy.
This show was webcast via LivePhish. Weekapaug included a Stash tease from Trey, quotes from The Birds, and featured Trey on Marimba Lumina and Mike on guitar.
This show was webcast via LivePhish.
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