2000

January: 14 | 28
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March: 10 | 24 | 25 | 26 | 28 | 29 | 30 | 31
April: 01 | 02 | 04 | 05 | 06 | 07 | 08 | 08 | 09 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15
May: 03 | 04 | 07 | 07 | 15 | 15 | 16 | 18 | 19 | 19 | 20 | 21 | 22 | 23
June: 09 | 10 | 11 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 22 | 23 | 23 | 24 | 25 | 27 | 28 | 29 | 30
July: 01 | 03 | 04 | 06 | 07 | 08 | 10 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 14 | 15 | 17
August: 04 | 17
September: 08 | 09 | 11 | 12 | 14 | 15 | 17 | 18 | 20 | 22 | 23 | 24 | 25 | 27 | 29 | 30 | 30
October: 01 | 03 | 04 | 05 | 06 | 07 | 23
November: 04 | 16 | 18 | 25
December: 01 | 01 | 03 | 06 | 15 | 28 | 31 | 31

SET 1: > Brown Eyed Women , Sugaree , Mirror of Thalassa , Low Spark of High Heeled Boys , Bertha

SET 2: Passenger , Shakedown Street > Doin' That Rag > Into the Mystic , Unbroken Chain > In the Midnight Hour > The Eleven > In the Midnight Hour

SET 3: Midnight Celebration , The Golden Road (To Unlimited Devotion) > Viola Lee Blues [1] -> Jam [2] -> Goin' Down the Road Feeling Bad [2] -> Viola Lee Blues [3] -> Jam [2] -> Viola Lee Blues [4], Tastes Like Wine -> Mountains of the Moon -> Jam -> Dark Star (First verse) -> I Am the Walrus -> Jam [2] -> Jam [5] -> Jam [2] -> Dark Star [3] -> I Know You Rider [2], Stella Blue

ENCORE: Lay of the Sunflower (Forrest of Fennario) , New Potato Caboose > Just a Little Light , Comes a Time > And We Bid You Goodnight

Mike sat in on a second bass for all three verses of “Viola Lee Blues” and from the jam out of "I Am the Walrus" through “I Know You Rider.” The jam out of the first verse of "Viola Lee Blues" featured "The Other One," "Blue Sky" and "Third Stone from the Sun" teases. The bass duet segment included a "Can't You See" (The Marshall Tucker Band) theme. The jam following the bass duet contained an "Eleanor Rigby" tease. The “Mountains of the Moon” > “Dark Star” > “I Am the Walrus” segment of this gig was awarded the “Jam of the Year” at the 2001 Jammys
Mike sat in on bass with Warren Haynes on guitar and Matt Abts on drums for “Madman Across the Water” through the end of this opening set for Phil Lesh and Friends.

SET 1: We Are Rolling , Hey-Hee-Hi-Ho > Shacklyn Knights , , Big Time , Just Like I Pictured It

SET 2: Felic [1] > Partido Alto [1], Note Bleu , Dracula > Blue Pepper > Third Stone From the Sun , Chubb Sub

ENCORE: Bubblehouse

Fish sat in playing a variety of percussion instruments on “Felic” and “Partido Alto.”
This performance was a benefit for the Milarepa Fund for Tibetan Freedom. The ad hoc lineup featured Page on keyboards, Warren Haynes on guitar and Mickey Raphael on harmonica. The event celebrated the release of photographer Danny Clinch’s book When the Iron Bird Flies, a chronicle of Clinch’s photography of the Tibetan Freedom Concerts.
Trey and Fish joined the Dude of Life for performances of “Beware of the Dog” and “Come On Up to My Room” during the Dude’s wedding reception.

SET 1: Jam > Sun Sleigh > The Dropper > > Shacklyn Knights > Seven Deadlies

SET 2: Big Time > Third Stone From the Sun , Partido Alto [1] > We Are Rolling [1] > Start/Stop [1] > Dracula [1] > Chubb Sub [1]

ENCORE: Swamp Road [1]

Trey (introduced as "Trey 'Family Man' Anastasio") played guitar from “Partido Alto” through the end of the show. Guitarist Oren Bloedow and percussionist Cyro Baptista were also guests for the entire show. It was at this gig where Trey and Cyro met; Cyro would later join the Trey Anastasio touring ensemble.
Fish sat in on drums for all three sets, replacing regular drummer Kenny "Sweet Sugar G" Goldfield. Although the complete setlist is not known, the songs above were played at some point during the show.

SET 1: Secrets > Rainbow > Big Boat > Pissed Off , Can’t Let Go , You're the Only One , Eminence Front

SET 2: Calling Elvis > Heartbeat > Devil's Heart -> Jam [1] -> Sailin' Shoes [1], Poetry Reading > One Way Out [1]

ENCORE: Possum [1], Back Porch Boogie Blues [1]

Mike joined in during the Jam before Little Feat’s “Sailin’ Shoes,” and performed through the end of the show. The poetry reading was by Frank Messina. Mike sang lead vocals on “Possum.”

SET 1: Flare , Appreciate , In Love with this World , Dirt , Elevate Me Later , Unless You Wanted Me To > To Be Real , Face in the Crowd

SET 2: Back to Mesopotamia , Brian and Robert , Onion , The Wedge [1] > If I Can't Turn to You [1], Drunk By Noon

ENCORE: Olivia’s Pool

Trey sat in on guitar – an all-white Fender Stratocaster in place of one of his signature Languedoc guitars – for “The Wedge” and the Chris Harford original “If I Can’t Turn To You.”
  The songs were performed in two mini-sets for the Tuttle Middle School audience where Dave Grippo is the music teacher. This incarnation of the Vermont Jazz All-Stars included Trey on guitar, Big Joe Burrell on tenor sax, Kenny Goldfield on drums, Dave Grippo on alto sax, Bruce Sklar on keys, and Stacey Starkweather on bass.  

SET 1: Nimbus , Dromedary , Billy's Bounce , Spiders , The Milliken Way , Xenoblast

SET 2: The Gourd , Ballad for Trio , The Phoenicians [1], Milestones , Oh Yeah! [1]

ENCORE: Stockholm Smokepipe

Fish played the "dumbek" on this forty-five minute version of “The Phoenicians,” as well as drums on “Oh Yeah!”
This lineup included Aaron Hersey on Bass, Dave Diamond on guitar, James Harvey on trombone, Bruce Sklar on keyboards, Kenny “Sweet Sugar G” on drums, Dave Grippo on saxophone, as well as MCs Reko “the mighty konflik” and Fattie B on turntables. Fish sat in on drums for the three songs listed above during the show’s third set.
This was the final show before the band’s hiatus. Appropriately, given the pending extended break from touring, the pre-show music closed with The Rolling Stones’ The Last Time and the post-show music was The Beatles’ Let it Be. After the show, the crowd gave the crew a standing ovation as they packed the band’s gear, while the crew took pictures of the crowd. This show is available as an archival release on LivePhish.com.
Glide was teased before the Carini opener and Jibboo was teased before Heavy Things. Disease was unfinished. The encore, which included the Phish debuts of El Paso and West L.A. Fadeaway, featured a Bob Weir guest appearance. Trey teased Chalk Dust after West. L.A. Fadeaway.
Chalk Dust included a Walk This Way tease. Sneakin' Sally did not contain a vocal jam. Character Zero ended with a slow jam where Trey quoted the lyrics to FEFY.
Reba did not have the whistling ending. Antelope included a reference to Bob Weaver instead of Marco Esquandolas.
Phish were the musical guests on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.
Trey introduced the band during Llama (including Fish as 'Bob Weaver') before encouraging the audience to clap along with him. He slapped himself on the forehead and encouraged fans to slap the foreheads of the person next to them, but few did. Piper was unfinished and morphed into the debut of Guy Forget, which contained a "will the good lord save or will I dance on grave" quote and a San-Ho-Zay tease from Trey. Guy Forget had been previously performed in soundchecks. Piper and Camel Walk from this gig are included as filler on the Live in Vegas DVD.

SET 1: Thela Hun Ginjeet , Shattering Song -> Riders on the Storm -> Shattering Song , Hendershot , Shine On You Crazy Diamond , Riddles -> Jerry Was a Race Car Driver -> Wynona’s Big Brown Beaver -> Riddles

SET 2: Pigs on the Wing (Part I) , Dogs , Pigs (Three Different Ones) , Sheep , Pigs on the Wing (Part II)

ENCORE: Owner of the World [1] -> Smoke on the Water [1] -> Owner of the World [1], Tomorrow Never Knows [2]

Oysterhead (Trey, Stewart Copeland, and Les Claypool) performed the “Owner of the World” sandwich while the combined Frog Brigade and Oysterhead performed “Tomorrow Never Knows.” Phish had played earlier in the evening at Thomas & Mack Center. This was also a combined celebration, as both Les and Trey share a September 30th birthday.
Though the band came out in position for Walfredo, they were forced to pause due to technical difficulties. For the second show in a row, several breakouts dotted the setlist: Walfredo (first since February 22, 1997, or 248 shows), Esther (August 9, 1998, 146 shows), Forbin’s and Mockingbird (August 7, 1998, 148 shows), A Day in the Life (July 3, 1998, 170 shows), and Emotional Rescue (July 28, 1998, 155 shows). The Mockingbird narration referenced the band’s upcoming hiatus. I Didn’t Know included a reference to Kid Rock’s sidekick Joe C. Esther featured flubbed lyrics for the final verse, ending with Trey proclaiming: “She died. Dead.” As the band returned for the second set, the crowd serenaded Trey with Happy Birthday. Twist contained San-Ho-Zay teases from Trey. Emotional Rescue included a bizarre synchronized duel on-stage between Trey and Mike. This show was webcast live and subsequently released in its entirety as the band’s first full concert DVD, Live in Vegas.
Wilson included a heavy metal jam, complete with Trey waving his guitar in the air. Kid Rock provided guest vocals from Walk This Way through the encore. Walk This Way and Rapper’s Delight (with funny stage antics from Fish, who danced on his knees like Kid’s sidekick Joe C.) were Phish debuts. You Shook Me (All Night Long) was played in its entirety by Phish for the first time, although it had been jammed on other occasions. Walk This Way was also teased during 2001. Spock’s Brain (first since June 24, 1995, or 391 shows), Dinner and a Movie (first since March 1, 1997, or 242 shows), and American Band (first since November 16, 1996, or 271 shows) returned after long absences. The Carini opener was preceded by a Wilson tease and saw Trey have several problems with his guitar. Meatstick featured Mike and Trey doing the Meatstick dance.
The My Friend ending did not contain the "Myfe" lyric.  Brother was played for the first time since July 28, 1998 (153 shows) after which Trey commented, “That song is all about the ending.”
Everybody’s Got Something To Hide was played for the first time since October 31, 1994 (434 shows). Disease was unfinished.
Cool it Down was played for the first time since October 31, 1998 (130 shows) and contained San-Ho-Zay teases from Trey.
Come On Baby, Let's Go Downtown made its Phish debut at this show. Trey teased Super Bad in Moma Dance. Tweezer contained Sunshine of Your Love teases from Trey and featured an ending typical for older Tweezers with a die-down akin to the Picture of Nectar album version.
Meat was unfinished. Reba contained a Stash tease from Trey. Meatstick concluded with the band fading out and the audience finishing the song a cappella. Antelope subsequently included Meatstick teases.
It's Ice was unfinished and included a long, atypical jam.
Twist included a San-Ho-Zay tease from Trey.

Soundcheck: Guy Forget -> Mirror in the Bathroom, Dog Log

SET 1: First Tube, Gotta Jibboo, Corinna, Birds of a Feather, Windora Bug, Run Like an Antelope[1], Golgi Apparatus, Bittersweet Motel

SET 2: Piper > The Lizards, Tube > Jam[2] > When the Circus Comes, Character Zero

ENCORE: Possum

Antelope featured Tom Marshall and his daughter, Anna, singing the “Rye Rye Rocco” lyrics. Antelope also included a Yakety Sax (the Benny Hill Show theme) tease. The jam out of Tube reprised Tube proper and contained a Summertime tease from Page. Possum included Stash teases from Trey.
Reba did not have the whistling ending. Suzy contained a brief Can't You Hear Me Knocking tease from Page. This show was officially released as Live Phish 03.
After conferring with Trey before Bike, Fish joked with the crowd, remarking that he only knows two songs. Before the vacuum solo, Fish introduced the band.
The show opened with the Phish debut of Roadrunner, which ended with Trey mentioning that various people (including Paul's parents) were from Massachusetts. Brian and Robert included a woman on stage relaying the lyrics in sign language.
The My Friend ending did not contain the "Myfe" lyric. Tom Marshall spoke the lyrics to Antelope. Sand through Funky Bitch and Hood featured Michael Ray on trumpet. When he wasn’t playing, Ray was dancing around the stage and exhorting the appreciative crowd. During Hood, he sat and relaxed in front of the drum riser before pulling several people out of the crowd, who proceeded to sit around the stage and occasionally dance. Trey thanked them as “The Michael Ray Chorus.” Sand included a First Tube tease.
This show featured the Phish debuts of Mellow Mood and Windora Bug. Limb By Limb contained a Dave's Energy Guide tease from Trey. The jam out of the end of Gin featured Fish on vacuum and Trey on drums.
This was a taping for the television show Austin City Limits. Beauty of My Dreams was botched and restarted. Due to technical difficulties, First Tube was played a second time. After Piper, Trey responded to some fan requests and noted that the band saw Béla Fleck tape a performance for Austin City Limits in 1993. When the Circus Comes was dedicated to Los Lobos. The episode was first aired on October 14, 2000 to kick off the show’s 26th season. The broadcast included Beauty of My Dreams, My Soul, The Inlaw Josie Wales, Limb By Limb, When the Circus Comes, Back on the Train, Twist, Possum, Sleep, and First Tube.
Disease was unfinished. The jam out of Mango included a Have Mercy tease. The key phrase in Makisupa was “heady nuggets.”
After Sample, the show was stopped for 26 minutes due to a major thunderstorm.
My Friend was unfinished. Tube contained Super Bad teases from Trey. During Meatstick, Trey dedicated the song to the fans that didn’t get into the show. Curtain With was played for the first time since July 29, 1988 (1,177 shows).
In keeping with the theme of the second set, Hood included a Moby Dick tease. Trey introduced Fish as “Russell Crowe” during Terrapin. The Moby Dick inside of the HYHU jam featured Trey on drums and Fish on vacuum. The Chalk Dust Reprise was akin to the version last played on December 10, 1994 (391 shows), with the band singing the words “Chalk Dust Torture” over varied music. At the end of the encore, Trey joked that, if anyone missed anything, they should read the book or see the movie. Prior to this show, Moby Dick had not been played since November 29, 1997 (172 shows).
Trey’s brother-in-law Kevin hosted a private party after that evening’s Phish show at Deer Creek. Mike played guitar for about an hour, while Fish jammed on drums until sunrise.
Antelope contained Stash teases from Trey.
Antelope included Yakety Sax and Jibboo teases. The band skipped the second verse of Suzy. This show was officially released as Live Phish 05.
Shafty was played for the first time since July 2, 1998 (148 shows). Simple contained a Magilla tease.
For his vacuum solo in I Didn’t Know, Trey introduced Fish as “Mr. Ralph Blowenstein.” Limb By Limb was unfinished. Trey made several comments during the show regarding his affinity for the venue. Hood included a small vocal jam during the intro.
It’s Ice included a Star Spangled Banner tease. Lawn Boy included a fireworks display on stage and in the pavilion, as well as well wishes from Page; the fireworks signaled the beginning of GTBT. 
Trey’s children made an on-stage appearance in a golf cart during Disease. A large storm provided thunder and lightning during Gin; the song included Philadelphia Freedom teases. Trey teased San-Ho-Zay in Runaway Jim. Glide included an All Fall Down signal. Fluffhead contained a Frère Jacques tease from Trey. Antelope featured Tom Marshall on vocals.
Jibboo included additional lyrics that referenced Chris Kuroda and Brad Sands. Weekapaug was unfinished. Ghost contained a San-Ho-Zay tease from Trey.
The ending of AC/DC Bag was unusual, as Trey repeated the closing guitar tweaks before breaking into the Tweezer riff. Sneakin' Sally did not contain a vocal jam. The key phrase in Makisupa was a play on the blues classic One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer, with "Big Fat Doob" replacing "Beer." Cavern included Tweezer teases and a Moby Dick tease after Trey introduced Fish under that name. Halley’s included a tease of Things That Make You Go Hmmm... from Mike and Runaway Jim included Nellie Kane teases.
Birds contained a tease of A Love Supreme and was unfinished. Catapult was sung over an atypical jam that bridged Birds and Heavy Things. This gig featured an eventful Meatstick: Sofi Dillof made a guest appearance for the Meatstick dance. Several fans ran on stage and were chased off by Pete Carini and then by Bart Butler, both of whom Trey thanked. Trey improvised a verse noting: “There’s no song about Paul Languedoc, and there’s no song about Kuroda; there’s only one about Carini, and his lumpy head!” Trey then jokingly talked about the Meatstick Dance being a fad in Japan. The lyrics to Cities were altered to reference Tokyo, the Meatstick Dance, and sushi. Antelope included Meatstick teases in the intro. At the end of the second set, Trey thanked the crew (particularly Carini, for being a good sport). Trey mentioned how much of a “home show” it is for the band to play in Holmdel, and led one final Meatstick tease.
Gin contained a San-Ho-Zay tease from Trey. During a glowstick "war" in Hood, Trey caught a few glowsticks and threw them back into the crowd, eliciting a huge cheer from the crowd. Mike’s Song contained a mid-jam "break," another jam segment, and then another break that led into Albuquerque. If I Could was played for the first time since July 31, 1998 (123 shows).
Phish were the musical guests on Late Night with Conan O’Brien.
Maze included Peter Gunn theme teases.
Tweezer included an I Know You Rider tease, a Silent in the Morning tease from Mike, and a Fire (The Ohio Players) tease from Trey. My Sweet One was botched, which led to band introductions from Trey and extended solos from Fish, Mike, and Page. Trey explained that My Sweet One and Dog Faced Boy were both written about the same person by Fish and that one was at the beginning of the relationship and the other at the end, finally asking the crowd "can you guess which?" Mike "bantered" a bit and showed off his fight bell. During the banter after My Sweet One, Page teased "Charge!" twice.
Mike played guitar from “No Egos Underwater” through the end of the show. At one point, Col. Bruce chided Mike about directing him in Mike’s film debut, Outside Out. Phish had performed earlier in the evening at Lakewood Amphitheatre. 
Disease was unfinished.

Soundcheck: Jam -> Back on the Train, First Tube, Uncle Pen, Billy Breathes, You Shook Me All Night Long

SET 1: First Tube, Wolfman's Brother > Beauty of My Dreams > Golgi Apparatus > Limb By Limb, Bug, Poor Heart > Roggae, Chalk Dust Torture

SET 2: Gotta Jibboo > Also Sprach Zarathustra > Sand > Harry Hood -> Dog Faced Boy > Harry Hood[1], I'm Blue, I'm Lonesome[2], Hold Whatcha Got[3], Uncle Pen[2], Free Bird[4]

ENCORE: You Enjoy Myself

Wolfman’s included an In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida tease. Hood featured Robbie McCoury on banjo, Ronnie McCoury on mandolin and Sam Bush on fiddle. I’m Blue I’m Lonesome, the Phish debut of Hold Whatcha Got, Uncle Pen, and Free Bird also included Del McCoury on guitar, Ricky Skaggs on mandolin, Mike Bub on upright double-bass, and Jason Carter on fiddle in addition to those already on stage. Free Bird featured Wynonna Judd on lead vocals and was played with full instrumentation, as opposed to the usual a cappella arrangement.

Soundcheck: “Zepp Osaka” Jam, Jam, Jam, Twist Jam, “I Can’t Wait to Go Back Home” Jam, Another One Bites the Dust Jam

SET 1: Limb By Limb , Back on the Train > Sample in a Jar, First Tube > Golgi Apparatus, Heavy Things, Dirt > My Sweet One, Reba, Character Zero

SET 2: Runaway Jim -> Theme From the Bottom -> Dog Faced Boy, Driver > Slave to the Traffic Light > Julius, Bug

ENCORE: Bouncing Around the Room > Harry Hood

Reba was preceded by a brief Bowie tease.

Soundcheck: Heavy Things, Uncle Pen, The Happy Whip and Dung Song, Windora Bug

SET 1: NICU > Chalk Dust Torture, AC/DC Bag > Uncle Pen, Ghost , Frankie Says, Divided Sky, Farmhouse

SET 2: Down with Disease[1] > The Lizards, Bike > Hold Your Head Up, You Enjoy Myself

ENCORE: Gotta Jibboo

Ghost contained Oh Happy Day teases from Trey. Disease included a Birdland tease and was unfinished. Bike was preceded by a vacuum solo and followed by several runs through the HYHU theme, with each faster than the one before it. The soundcheck's The Happy Whip and Dung song contained lyrics and Windora Bug included alternate "we got really drunk last night" lyrics and a Lively Up Yourself tease from Mike.

Soundcheck: Live and Let Die Jam, 007 Theme Jam, Windora Bug (with alternate “Carini” lyrics), Funky Bitch

SET 1: Carini, The Curtain > Cities[1], Gumbo -> Llama, Fee, Heavy Things, Split Open and Melt

SET 2: Back on the Train , Twist > Jam [2] -> Walk Away -> Also Sprach Zarathustra

ENCORE: Sleep, The Squirming Coil

Trey altered the lyrics in Cities to reference noodles. Gumbo contained a Mystery Achievement tease from Mike. Fee included a tease of the old Charlie Chan signal lick from Fish, who played it on the woodblock during one of his breaks. The jam between Twist and Walk Away included a segment based on the intro to Ghost. Sleep was played by request. This show was officially released as Live Phish 04. The soundcheck's Funky Bitch contained Spanish Moon teases from Mike.

Soundcheck: Ginseng Sullivan, Funk Jam -> Crossroads, “Say My Name/Oh Yeah!” Jam

SET 1: Meat, Maze, Meat Reprise, Ya Mar, Fast Enough for You, The Old Home Place > Wilson > Mike's Song > Simple > Weekapaug Groove

SET 2: Gotta Jibboo, Wolfman's Brother, Run Like an Antelope[1] -> Contact > Sand, Roggae > Prince Caspian > Rocky Top > Cavern[2]

ENCORE: Brian and Robert, Good Times Bad Times

Cavern included the older, alternate lyrics and a drawn-out, feedback-enhanced ending. Before Jibboo and after Wolfman’s the band teased Is She Really Going Out with Him? The audience sang along at one point and tried in vain to convince Phish to play the song in its entirety. Antelope was unfinished – Mike segued into a funky version of Contact right before the “Rye, Rye, Rocco” lyric segment.
Possum included Stash teases. A large rainbow formed over the theatre and cleared during the encore. The opening act was Big Frog.
Disease included Weekapaug and San-Ho-Zay teases.
The Moma Dance included Funky Bitch teases and Tweezer included Funk #49 teases. This was the first ever Meatstick to feature Japanese lyrics and Trey flubbed the words while attempting to sing them. Bouncing included a brief outro solo from Trey, which replaced the usual closing guitar lick. This show was re-broadcast on Japanese television.

Soundcheck: Mozambique, Driver, My Soul, Ginseng Sullivan, Long Cool Woman in a Black Dress, Funky Bitch, Farmhouse, Jam

SET 1: AC/DC Bag, Wilson, First Tube, Ya Mar [1] > Mike's Song > Simple > It's Ice, When the Circus Comes, Back on the Train, Gotta Jibboo, Taste, Sleeping Monkey

SET 2: Punch You In the Eye, Twist, Waste, Piper, You Enjoy Myself, Run Like an Antelope, Train Song, Bug

ENCORE: Boogie On Reggae Woman > Cavern

This show was taped for VH-1’s Hard Rock Live and was first broadcast on July 1, 2000. The show was announced only a week before the gig took place. Non-transferable wristbands for entry were sold at the venue box office the morning before the show, with a limit of one per person. Ya Mar included an extended jam in the abnormal key of “A” at Trey’s on-stage request. During the soundcheck of this show, Driver and Ginseng were played multiple times, and there was a jam on Led Zeppelin’s Dancing Days before Long Cool Woman.
Bouncing was teased in the Bowie intro.
After Velvet Sea, Page talked about how he had often visited Radio City as a kid. Trey then noted that he and Page had seen Stevie Wonder at this venue, and he discussed about how much the band appreciates the support of fans.
Kid Rock was the musical guest for Saturday Night Live. Trey added a second rhythm guitar for this acoustic performance. Phish played next door at Radio City Music Hall the following two evenings.
This set was broadcast on the Mark and Brian radio program. Funky Bitch and My Soul were performed as a warm-up before the show went on the air, although the crowd was already in the bar. Jibboo through Heavy Things were aired live on the show (except for Magilla, which was played during a commercial break). Magilla was played for the first time since August 1, 1998 (107 shows). The band briefly jammed on the Jeopardy! theme (with the crowd providing some vocals) during a radio break, although this is not included on any circulating recordings. Bug included a brief DEG tease. There was a humorous question and answer session between the band and audience during one of the commercial breaks. Studio versions of Birds, Bouncing, and Heavy Things were used as intros and outros for the commercials.
This performance, taped after the Mark and Brian program, aired on KACD (103.1) in Los Angeles. There were around twenty fans present for the taping.
This show was broadcast and webcast via KFOG and performed in Studio A. Tickets were won via the KFOG Private Concerts contest during the weeks leading up to the broadcast. The show consisted of three segments of three songs each, with a break in between each segment filled by the on-air announcer. Following the performance, the band participated in a group photo shoot and copies were mailed to the contest winners, who also won signed copies of Farmhouse.
Phish were the musical guests on The Late Show with David Letterman.
This was a taping for Philadelphia’s Y100 Sonic Sessions radio program. This set was performed to a live audience of approximately fifty, and was first aired on Sunday, May 28, 2000.
This in-studio set took place after the Sonic Sessions taping and aired on the nationally syndicated public radio program, World Café. The version of First Tube from this performance appears on WXPN’s Live @ the World Cafe, 10th Anniversary CD.
Fish sat in on drums for this gig that also included Fuzz and Rob Somerville from Deep Banana Blackout, John Medeski on keyboards, and Warren Haynes on guitar. The setlist consisted of mostly improvised music.
Fish sat in with Galactic for "Layin' in the Cut."
This debut Oysterhead performance was part of the “Superfly Presents” annual series that runs concurrent the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival. “Owner of the World” was dedicated to Fish, who ran on stage and bowed. “Pseudo Suicide” included lyrical quotes from Primus’ “Jerry Was a Race Car Driver” and Phish’s “Reba.” All three musicians were wearing white jumpsuits. As this was the first public performance of Oysterhead, all songs are Oysterhead debuts.
This performance was a benefit for Middlebury College student Katie Samson. The first set was performed without Russ Lawton, who joined for the entire second set on drums. Mike took lead vocals on "The Wabash Cannonball." The show featured the debut of "The Beltless Buckler."

SET 1: Jam > St. Stephen > The Eleven > Friend of the Devil > Shakedown Street , Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues , Bird Song

SET 2: Uncle John’s Band , In Your Eyes , Dear Mr. Fantasy , Someday My Prince Will Come , Mountains of the Moon , In the Midnight Hour

ENCORE: Wolfman's Brother [1]

Mike played a second bass on the “Wolfman’s Brother” encore that also featured a short bass duet with Mike and Phil. 

SET 1: Like a Rolling Stone [1], Box of Rain [1], Playing in the Band > Deal > Oh, Atlanta > In Your Eyes > Jam > Playin' Reprise > Franklin's Tower

SET 2: Happy Birthday To You > Eyes of the World > He Don’t Play Nothin’ But the Blues > Dixie Chicken > Terrapin Station , I Know You Rider , Jam [2], Morning Dew > St. Stephen > The Eleven > Not Fade Away

ENCORE: Wolfman's Brother [3], Playing in the Band Reprise [3]

This was an Unbroken Chain Foundation benefit to support of Hepatitis C research, and a celebration of Phil Lesh’s 60th birthday, for whom “Happy Birthday” was sung before the second set. “Like a Rolling Stone” and “Box of Rain” featured Mike on bass and Phil playing a red Stratocaster guitar. Mike performed on a second bass for the bass duet and the encores. 
Fish sat in for the above-listed songs with Col. Bruce Hampton and the Fiji Mariners. 
Trey joined B.B. King and The Roots as part of the filming of IMAX’s All Access: Front Row. Backstage. Live!. Trey also played a segment of “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” and teased “Happy Birthday” during a break in the filming.

SET 1: Fizzle Fry , In the Flesh , Anti Pop , Sgt. Baker , Greet the Sacred Cow , Those Damned Blue-Collar Tweekers [1] > Communication Breakdown [1] > Dueling Banjos > Toys Go Winding Down > Those Damned Blue-Collar Tweekers , Jerry Was a Racecar Driver , My Name is Mud , Final Voyage of the Liquid Sky , Lacquer Head , Crazy Train > Harold of the Rocks > Tommy the Cat > Awakening > Tommy the Cat , Hello Skinny > Pork Soda , Electric Uncle Sam

ENCORE: Too Many Puppies > Hello Skinny > Too Many Puppies

Trey was introduced as “Eddie Van Anastasio” before joining the action on guitar for “Those Damned Blue-Collar Tweekers” and “Communication Breakdown.”
“The Phoenicians” featured a belly dancer on stage to celebrate Fish’s 35th birthday.
The listed songs featured Trey on guitar.
For the second consecutive year Trey played an acoustic set at this benefit for the Tibet House. Trey announced that he had finally settled on the name of the tune we now know as “The Inlaw Josie Wales” which along with “Farmhouse” was performed solo, acoustic. Trey’s debut cover of Tom Waits’ “House Where Nobody Lives” featured David Byrne on accordion. Collaborations continued throughout the evening, with Trey adding both acoustic and electric guitars for an instrumental piece with Nawang Khechog and R. Carlos Nakai, then acoustic guitar with Rufus Wainwright, Patti Smith and others on “When Will I Be Loved?” Trey joined Philip Glass on the debut of “Third Street” that was announced as a new original that he and Glass had co-written earlier that week. Before the show finale, Patti Smith said: “I’d like to thank all of you Phish fans” to the cheers of the balcony. The show closed with Patti Smith leading her original “People Have the Power” that included Trey on electric guitar, David Byrne, Patti Smith, Angelique Kidjo, Virginia Rodrigues, and Rufus Wainwright. 
The date and venue of this sit-in are not verified, nor frankly is the name of the band with whom Trey sat in, Frenchman's Hill Band. A recording circulates labelled February 2000. If the location of Lovango Cay is correct, this was in all likelyhood a private party. This set features the only known performances by Trey of Traffic's "Dear Mr. Fantasy," the Grateful Dead's "Easy Wind," Fleetwood Mac's "Black Magic Woman" and Gillian Welsh's "Annabelle."

SET 1: Secrets > Big Boat , Rainbow > Double Dare > Don't Think Twice It's All Right , I Will Always See Your Face > Late in the Evening

SET 2: Love Makes You Lose Your Mind [1] > Can't Let Go [1], I Want to Die Easy [1] > Cities [1]

ENCORE: The Bug [1], Henry [1] -> Just a Rose [1]

Mike played a second bass for the entire second set and encore.
This performance was a benefit for the Starksboro Village Meeting House.
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September 29, 2000
16 years ago
Thomas & Mack Center

Set 1: Carini, Rift, Frankenstein, Mellow Mood, Wilson[1] > Spock's Brain > Bathtub Gin > Character Zero

Set 2: Dinner and a Movie, The Moma Dance > Also Sprach Zarathustra > Fluffhead > Meatstick > Walk This Way[2], Rapper's Delight[2], You Shook Me All Night Long[3]

Encore: We're an American Band[4]

[1] Heavy metal jam.
[2] Phish debut; Kid Rock on guest vocals.
[3] First Phish performance in its entirety; Kid Rock on guest vocals.
[4] Kid Rock on guest vocals.

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