2002

February: 06 | 07 | 07 | 08 | 13
March: 10 | 16 | 23
April: 18 | 19 | 20 | 20 | 21 | 23 | 24 | 25 | 26 | 27 | 30 | 30
May: 01 | 02 | 02 | 14 | 21 | 21 | 22 | 22 | 24 | 24 | 24 | 24 | 25 | 25 | 26 | 28 | 29 | 30 | 31 | 31 | 31 | 31
June: 01 | 02 | 03 | 04 | 06 | 07 | 08 | 09 | 11 | 13 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 18 | 19 | 20 | 21 | 22 | 23 | 24 | 26 | 29
July: 06 | 09 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 15 | 16 | 18 | 19 | 19 | 20 | 20 | 21 | 23 | 24 | 25 | 25 | 26 | 26 | 27 | 27 | 28
August: 01 | 02 | 03 | 06 | 08 | 09 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 19 | 24 | 30 | 30
September: 07 | 19 | 20 | 21
October: 01 | 02 | 02 | 02 | 02 | 09 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 | 21 | 22 | 22 | 23 | 24 | 24 | 25 | 25 | 25 | 26 | 26 | 28 | 28 | 29 | 29 | 30 | 31 | 31 | 31
November: 01 | 01 | 02 | 02 | 03 | 04 | 05 | 06 | 06 | 07 | 08 | 08 | 09 | 09 | 10 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 12 | 13 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 19 | 23
December: 04 | 05 | 06 | 07 | 08 | 14 | 19 | 31
Phish returned from their hiatus with their first public show since October 7, 2000. The pre-show music alluded to the end of the hiatus with such songs as the theme from Welcome Back Kotter, Feels Like the First Time, Back in the Saddle Again, Reunited, and The Boys are Back in Town. The final selection was Foreplay/Long Time, during which time the band took the stage. Piper included a Low Rider tease. Prior to Wilson, a scene from the Tom Hanks movie Cast Away was played in the arena (referring to Hanks’ character searching for his volleyball/companion named Wilson). Trey subsequently introduced Hanks to sing the final lyric. Major news media reported the Hanks appearance, but the guest singer was actually Page’s brother, Steve McConnell. Mound was played for the first time since November 19, 1996 (276 shows). Bowie included a DEG tease. This show included the debuts of Waves, Seven Below and Walls of the Cave. Appropriately, Seven Below began about seven minutes before midnight. During the song, the crew lowered a disco ball from the scoreboard and created a “snowfall” on stage. Dancers dressed in white as snow creatures took the stage and circled the band before dispersing into the crowd. Some of the dancers ascended ladders and donned stilts to become snow angels. At midnight, white balloons and confetti were dropped on the crowd. A dwarf remained on each front corner of the stage, popping balloons, while the snow angels continued to dance. Runaway Jim contained a Weekapaug tease from Page. Time Loves a Hero was last played August 11, 1998 (or 151 shows). Walls included a San-Ho-Zay tease from Trey. The evening was capped with perfect post-show music: Let’s Stay Together.
Phish were the musical guests on The Late Show with David Letterman.
Phish performed on Saturday Night Live, with former Vice President Al Gore as host. Gore introduced both performances. Earlier in the show, Phish had appeared in the recurring “Jerrod’s Room” sketch series, where Jimmy Fallon plays a college dorm room web-show host. In the sketch, the band was forced to hang out with Jerrod and his friends after being involved in a car accident with one of them. Gore appeared in the sketch as one of the students’ professors. All four members of Phish joined in to play a snippet of Contact in the dorm room. Later, Robert Smigel’s TV Funhouse cartoon parodied the ability of Charlie Brown and his Peanuts friends to transform and enliven anything (e.g., a dumpy Christmas tree) by just “waving their arms around a lot.” Phish appeared as the “transformed” version of Schroeder and his friends, who had been playing music themselves. During the cartoon, two pieces of You Enjoy Myself were used as the Peanuts characters danced around.
This performance was taped for later airing on the syndicated public radio program Mountain Stage. Phish performed on the same stage and for the same radio program ten years earlier, on March 22, 1992.
This performance was broadcast live on the nationally syndicated public radio program A Prairie Home Companion with Garrison Keillor. Interview segments with Mike and Leo also aired during the program.

SET 1: Jam , Templars , Black Market , Full House > Spiders , The Country Open , Proust , Dark Eyes , Oh Yeah!

ENCORE: Powderfinger

ENCORE 2: War Pigs [1] > Luke's Wall [1]

Fish sat in on drums for the "War Pigs" > "Luke's Wall" second encore.
Page sat in on keyboards with Cyro Baptista & Beat the Donkey for a portion the second set. Dave Grippo and Jen Hartswick also made guest appearances during this gig. There is no known setlist or circulating recording.
Mike played bass for the second set that included “Rivers Rising,” which segued into a bass duet with Leftover’s Greg Garrison. Mike then stayed in place of Garrison for renditions of Bill Monroe’s “Rocky Road Blues” and the Rolling Stones’ “Let It Bleed.”
Page sat in on keyboards for the latter portion of the second set as well as the encore. Additional guests Dave Grippo and James Harvey performed for the majority of the gig. There is no known setlist; the gig was comprised primarily of improvised instrumentals. 
Seth Yacovone Band opened. 
Seth Yacovone Band opened. 
Seth Yacovone Band opened. 
Page sat in with Papa Grows Funk on keyboards for several songs including Professor Longhair's "Go the the Mardi Gras."
“Te Veo” was played twice consecutively, in different keys.
This version of “Magilla” appears on the live Plasma CD.
“Night Speaks to a Woman” included a section where Trey ‘conducted’ the audience. This show featured the TAB debut of “Magilla.” “Simple Twist Up Dave” and “Small Axe” from this gig are included on Trey’s live Plasma CD.
The birthday of road manager Brad Sands was noted briefly before the second set; other Halloween recognition included an on-stage jack-o-lantern, and Jennifer Hartswick sporting an amazing wig! “Windora Bug” included a “Stash” tease. “Tops Off” found Trey whipping off his shirt and whirling it around his head; the remainder of the show saw all band members fully clothed.
This afternoon solo acoustic performance was broadcast live on Louisville Public Radio WFPK 91.9-FM and also included short interview segments. 
This gig was originally scheduled to take place at Utica’s Memorial Auditorium, and then was later rescheduled for the Stanley Performing Arts Center. This show featured the TAB debut of “Perhaps.” Throughout the evening plaster had been falling from the balcony; after “Mr. Completely,” Brad Sands made a brief appearance on stage, after which Trey announced that due to concerns about the balcony bouncing that the rest of the show would be performed acoustic. Before the encore, a member of the audience shouted “Free Bird!” While Trey declined to play the request, he offered two related stories: the first was about Trey and Fish on vacation in Greece and encountering a bunch of punks playing “Free Bird” on their boom-box; the second related how Phish had offered their a cappella rendition of “Free Bird” for a Lynyrd Skynyrd tribute album, but that it had been turned down. Trey then played “Pebbles and Marbles” solo, acoustic.

SET 1: First Tube [1], Full Nelson [2]

Page sat in with FreeWorld on keyboards for renditions of “First Tube” and the Miles Davis classic “Full Nelson,” the latter also featuring guitarist Shawn Lane
This gig was originally scheduled to take place at Portland’s Cumberland County Civic Center, and was later rescheduled for the smaller Portland Expo. This show marked the debut of “Travelling Song.” “Drifting” was preceded by the horn introduction to “Discern.” “Curlew’s Call” and “When” from this gig are included on Trey’s live CD, Plasma.

SET 1: Yes I Will [1], Sometimes [1]

Trey and Jennifer Hartswick sat in on guitar and trumpet, respectively, for “Yes I Will” and “Sometimes.” TAB had performed earlier in the evening at Burlington’s Memorial Auditorium.
Spearhead’s Radioactive and Michael Franti joined Trey’s band for “Small Axe.” Page sat in on keyboards for “First Tube” in place of Ray. This show marked the debuts of “Javier Cinakowski,” “Chapeau Mauvais,” “Curlew’s Call” and the TAB debut of Cyro Baptista's "Forro for All." A portion of the proceeds from this show was designated to benefit Burlington City Arts.
Seth Yacovone Band opened. Mike Gordon sat in on bass for the second set closing "Money (That's What I Want)"; the balance of the setlist is unknown.
Seth Yacovone Band opened. 
Seth Yacovone Band opened. 
Seth Yacovone Band opened. 
Seth Yacovone Band opened. 
Seth Yacovone Band opened. 
Seth Yacovone Band opened. 
Seth Yacovone Band opened. 
The show-closing mega-jam at the third annual Jammy Awards show included an abundance of musicians on two different stages jamming simultaneously over classics “Turn On Your Lovelight” and “Gloria.” The main stage featured Ratdog, as well as Trey, Matt Abts, Warren Haynes, DJ Logic, John Popper, and Al Schnier; a second stage included (among others) Mike, Mystic Bowie, Victoria Clamp, Hope Clayburn, Jessica Lurie and Robert Randolph. Other performers over the course of the evening included Mike Gordon and Leo Kottke (setlist), Derek Trucks Band, Les Claypool, Jazz Mandolin Project, Lake Trout, Soulive, and The Tom Tom Club.
Mike and Leo Kottke performed a mini acoustic set at the third annual Jammy Awards show. Mike also participated in the show-closing all-star jam.

SET 1: Linus and Lucy Jam , Mexico , Spine of a Dog > Buster , Not Coming Down , New York City , Happy Hour Hero [1] > Recreational Chemistry [1], Opium > lylelovit , Bodhisattva , Sensory Deprivation Bank

This late night gig was the official after show party for “The Jammys” music awards program. Trey sat in on guitar for “Happy Hour Hero” and “Recreational Chemistry.”

SET 1: Bad Little Doggie , Thorazine Shuffle , Beautifully Broken , Sco-Mule [1], Soulshine [2]

This set was part of the third annual Jammy Awards show. "Sco-Mule" featured Trey and John Scofield on guitars, Marc Quiñones on percussion, and Andy Hess on bass. "Soulshine" featured Trey and Derek Trucks on guitars, Gregg Allman on organ & vocals, and Andy Hess on bass.
The early show was a RCA Victor Group record label release party for Mike and Leo Kottke’s Clone CD. This previously unannounced show marked the debut public appearance of this duet, who performed a little short of an hour of selections from Clone. Tin Hat Trio and Sex Mob then performed short sets as part of the Rope-a-Dope New Music Seminar. The late show included over a dozen musicians in multiple configurations. Mike played bass for an improvisational set that also included Casey Benjamin, Warren Haynes, DJ Logic, Deantoni Parks, Sherik and Vernon Reid
Earlier in the evening the venue had hosted a screening of Mike’s movie Rising Low, as part of the Woodstock Film Festival. The subsequent party included a jam session with multiple player configurations. The first set was a bluegrass arrangement with Mike on acoustic bass along with members of Big Apple’achia, as well as Jay Ungar and Molly Mason. Later, and electric setup featured Trey on guitar, Mike and Dave Schools on bass, Matt Abts on drums, DJ Logic on turntables, Rob Marscher on keyboards and Fuzz on guitar.
Trey sat in with Cyro Baptista & Beat the Donkey during the second set, using a borrowed blue Stratocaster guitar. Dave Grippo and Jen Hartswick also made guest appearances during this gig. There is no known setlist or circulating recording.

SET 1: Blind Man in the Dark , Lay Your Burden Down , Bad Little Doggie > Don’t Step on the Grass, Sam , Beautifully Broken , Empty Pages , Drivin’ Rain , Fool’s Moon , Thorazine Shuffle

SET 2: Mule , Sco-Mule , Hammer and Nails , Down and Out in New York City , Spanish Moon , Banks of the Deep End [1], Time to Confess [1], On Your Way Down [1], Jesus Just Left Chicago [1]

ENCORE: Comfortably Numb , Soulshine

This performance was part of the Woodstock Film Festival’s “Focus on Music” program celebrating music in film. The gig featured a rotation of bass players: Dave Schools opened the show and played through the “Mule” second set opener, as well as the encore; Chris Wood assumed the bass reigns for “Sco-Mule” through “Spanish Moon”; Mike then took over for “Banks of the Deep End” through the end of the second set.

SET 1: You Write the Book , Devil's Heart , Tangled Up In Blue , Emotional Railroad , Down on the Corner , Band From Chicago , Gimme Shelter

SET 2: Emerald Eyes , Season of the Witch [1], You’re the Only One [2], Free Born Man [2], Love Makes You Lose Your Mind [3], Windows [1]

ENCORE: Angel From Montgomery [4], Just a Rose [1]

This show was part of the Wormtown Music Festival. Mike sat in on a second bass for “Season of the Witch” through the end of the show. Kris Kehr played mandolin on "You're the Only One" and "Free Born Man." "Love Makes You Lose Your Mind" featured Glen Nelson on keyboards. Tonya Shylock added vocals to "Angel From Montgomery." The gig featured additional guests Tom Constanten on keyboards and Greg DeGuglielmo on drums. 

SET 1: Meat [1], 32 Things , Spine of the Dog > Buster , Understand , The Ghost of Ralph’s Mom , High and Lo > Brent Black

ENCORE: Godzilla

This show was part of the annual moe.down festival. Fish and Jamie Masefield performed on the “Meat” opener (Jazz Mandolin Project had played a set earlier in the day).
This show was part of the annual moe.down festival that also featured Particle, Medeski Martin & Wood, Galactic and, of course, moe. Al Schnier sat in on keyboards from “Proust” through “Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring.”
Page sat in on keyboards with Spookie Daly Pride for the Terry Fell country classic “Truck Driving Man” and and the SDP original “Andrew Jones Ain't No Biggity Man.”
Page sat in on keyboards for several songs during the second set.
Page sat in on synthesizers during this 33-minute rendition of “The Golden Gator,” which also contained a "Streets of Cairo" tease.

SET 1: Louisiana Sun > Sadie , Blood Red Roses , Life During Wartime , The Weight , Too Good for Shoes , Love Makes You Lose Your Mind , Six Days on the Road , Cruel World , Tangled Up In Blue , Season of the Witch , Werewolves of London , Eminence Front

SET 2: Cocaine Lady , Morning Star , Will the Circle Be Unbroken? , Magic Carpet Ride [1], In Harmony [1], China Cat Sunflower [1] > I Know You Rider [1]

This show was part of the annual "Camp Creek" festival. Mike played a second bass on “Magic Carpet Ride” through the end of the show. This gig featured an assortment of guests, including the Talking Heads’ and Tom Tom Club’s Tina Weymouth on bass and Chris Frantz on drums for “Life During Wartime.”
Jazz Mandolin Project opened. Fish sat in with Vida Blue on a second drum kit for the encore.
Sam Bush Band opened.
The Slip opened. Following "Russell's Tune," Page wished lighting director Chris Kuroda a happy birthday and Oteil played "Happy Birthday" on bass. The end of "Magilla" featured a "Call to the Post" tease from Oteil.
The Slip opened.
The Slip opened. Mike sat in on bass for the encore.
The Slip opened.
The Slip opened. This setlist is unconfirmed as recordings of the performance do not circulate.
This set was part of the Carbon Leaf's Endless Summer Luau & Campout III.
The Slip opened. This setlist is unconfirmed as recordings of the performance do not circulate.
The Slip opened. "Magilla" included an "Electra Glide" tease.
This set was part of the 16th annual Jerry’s Birthday Bash festival. Other performers included əkoostik hookah, Juggling Suns, David Nelson Band, and Steve Kimock Band.
The Slip opened.
Mofro opened.
Mofro Opened.
Mofro opened. Mike sat in on bass in place of Oteil for “Cars Trucks Buses.” For the “Light Up or Leave Me Alone” encore Oteil resumed the bass duties while Mike played guitar.
Mofro opened.

SET 1: Salsa , Run For Your Life , 3 Stroke , March , You Gotta Move , Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin) , Shake Your Hips , What G-D Has For Me , Voodoo Child is Iron Man , I Don't Know What You Come to Do [1]

ENCORE: Papa Was a Rollin' Stone [1]

Page sat in on organ for “I Don’t Know What You Come to Do” and the “Papa Was a Rollin' Stone” encore. The Dirty Dozen Brass Band opened this gig.
Robert Randolph and The Family Band opened. Robert Randolph also sat in on slide guitar for “Electra Glide” and “CJ3.” This setlist is unconfirmed as recordings of the performance do not circulate.
Robert Randolph and The Family Band opened. Robert Randolph also sat in on slide guitar for “CJ3” and "Manic Depression." This setlist is unconfirmed as recordings of the performance do not circulate.

SET 1: Only Human , Simple Hill , Evangeline [1], Funnel Cake , Eyes of the World [1], Cissy Strut [1], The Way You Do the Things You Do [1], Dirtweed Jim , Julius [1], Mr. Policeman

Trey sat in on guitar for this private gig in the place of regular Doctor Jones guitarist Casey Grant. The line-up consisted of Trey on guitar, Rob Dasaro on keyboards and vocals, Steve Drebber on drums and vocals, Jim Tasse on bass and vocals, and “Mr. Charlie” Frazier on blues harp. 
Mike sat in on bass for the listed songs. The gig was a double-bill with Bill Kreutzmann’s band, Trichromes.
Trey and his band were the musical guests on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.
Trey was the musical guest on The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn. This episode was taped for later airing, first on Friday, July 12, 2002.
This performance closed the main stage the final night of the 1st annual Bonnaroo Music Festival. “Wilson” and “Bathtub Gin” were performed by Trey solo, acoustic. The rendition of “Last Tube” from this gig appears on the Live from Bonnaroo 2002 CD.
The “Night Speaks to a Woman” from this gig appears on Trey’s live CD, Plasma. The band ended the second set by forming a conga line marching off stage; they came back on stage for the encore in the same manner and reprised the ending of “Simple Twist Up Dave.”
This show featured the debut of “Olivia."
The second set-closing “Sand” from this gig appears on Trey’s live CD, Plasma. Trey performed “Bathtub Gin” and “Chalk Dust Torture” solo, acoustic.
This in-studio performance was a taping for Last Call with Carson Daly; the show first aired on June 24, 2002. “Alive Again” was played in it’s entirety; a small portion of “Push On ‘Til the Day” was played as they cut to commercial break, and they played the intro to “Money, Love and Change” as the ending show credits rolled.
“At the Gazebo” featured the Vermont Youth Orchestra String Quartet. During the break before the encore maracas and tambourines were passed out to the audience and a set of stairs was placed in front of the stage. During “Alive Again” approximately forty guests – including members of Cyro Baptista’s Beat The Donkey ensemble, Brazilian dancers and other assorted percussionists and pranksters – joined Trey’s band in what can perhaps best be described as a strange combination of two infamous Phish antics: the 10/22/96 MSG “Freakapaug” and the 5/27/94 “Shake your Macaroni” Possum. After the ending refrain and amid an audience-aided percussion jam, Trey led the entire entourage down the stairs in front of the stage, through the audience and onto 51st Street where a drum circle ensued, blocking midtown traffic for nearly half an hour.
Fish – introduced as “Johnny B. Funk” – sat in on a second drum kit for the entire show.
“The Inlaw Josie Wales,” “Flock of Words” and “At the Gazebo” featured the Vermont Youth Orchestra String Quartet. James Harvey sat in on a second trombone for “Mozambique.” "Ray Dawn Balloon" was performed by Trey (on acoustic) accompanied by only Tony and Cyro.
“Mike’s Groove” (both of which were TAB debuts) featured Mike on bass; “Mike’s Song” included a horn introduction, a trampolines segment, as well as an extended duet with Mike and Trey before the beginning of “Weekapaug.”
This show was originally scheduled to have taken place at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center in Saratoga Springs, NY, and then was later rescheduled for Albany’s smaller Palace Theatre. “Push On” included a “Lively Up Yourself” jam before “Windora Bug.” “Last Tube” featured band intros, and Trey running laps around the stage and performing the “Meatstick” dance.
The line-up for this show of traditional bluegrass included Mike on bass, Andy Cartoun on banjo, Pete Elegant on fiddle, Bob Mavian on mandolin, and Nick Novia on guitar.
The performance of “Mozambique” from this gig appears on Trey’s live CD, Plasma.
The rendition of “Plasma” from this gig appears on Trey’s live CD of the same name.
“Wilson” was a Trey Anastasio debut, was incomplete, and, along with "Chalk Dust," was performed by Trey solo, acoustic. “Alive Again” contained a “Stash” tease. The performances of “Every Story Ends in Stone” appears on Trey’s live CD, Plasma, as do sections of "Money, Love and Change" and "Mr. Completely" that appear under the title “Inner Tube.”
This version of “First Tube” appears on Trey’s live CD, Plasma.
This live promotional appearance for Boulder’s KBCO-FM featured Trey performing solo acoustic between interview segments.
The Roots, and then Antibalas opened.
Spearhead (setlist), and then Los Lobos (setlist) opened; Trey sat in with both bands. Michael Franti provided lead vocals for “Small Axe.” “I Want to Take You Higher” featured Michael Franti, Steve Berlin, David Hidalgo, and Conrad Lozano and others from Spearhead and Los Lobos. Page capped off the evening of guest appearances, replacing Ray on keyboards for “First Tube” and “Bug.”

SET 1: Love Invincible , Soulshine , Stay Human , Every Single Soul , Bomb the World , Sometimes [1]

Spearhead, then Los Lobos (setlist) opened for TAB (setlist). Trey sat in for the Spearhead original “Sometimes” that included a quick “Smells Like Teen Spirit” tease and witnessed Trey delivering guitar solos literally from his knees.

SET 1: Mas y Mas , I Walk Alone , The Neighborhood , Luz de mi Vida , Done Gone Blue , Maria Christina , Hearts of Stone , Soy Mexico Americano , Good Morning Aztlán , Not Fade Away [1] > Bertha [1]

Spearhead (setlist), opened, TAB (setlist) closed. Trey sat in on guitar and vocals for "Not Fade Away" > "Bertha."

SET 1: Lonesome Fiddle Blues , Kinfolks in Carolina , Windjammer , Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodleloo > Jessica , Midnight Moonlight , The Cuckoo Bird , Nine Pound Hammer [1], Last Train Out [1], Goin' Down the Road Feeling Bad [1]

SET 2: Little Maggie [1], Fetch Wood Carry Water [1], Hillbilly Jazz , Peach Picking Time in Georgia , Kissimmee Kid , Boogie in the Barnyard , Smoke! Smoke! Smoke! (That Cigarette) , Drownin' , Got a Light? , Big Railroad Blues , Fat Angel , Truck Drivin' Man , Mama Tried , Watching the River Flow , Glendale Train , Will the Circle Be Unbroken?

This show was billed as “A Night of Legends.” Mike sat in on bass in place of Klyph Black for “Nine Pound Hammer” through the end of the first set, and “Little Maggie” and “Fetch Wood Carry Water” to begin the second set.  

SET 1: Kissimmee Kid , Boogie in the Barnyard , Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodleloo , Down the Road , Jessica , Nine Pound Hammer , Last Train Out , Larue Larue , Pulling the Devil By the Tail [1], Cold Rain and Snow [1], The Hobo Song [1], Sitting on Top of the World [1], No Woman No Cry [1], White Dove [1], Dark Hollow [1], Meet Me in the Morning [1], Bird Song [1], Folsom Prison Blues [1], Will the Circle Be Unbroken? [1]

This show was billed as “A Night of Legends.” Mike sat in on bass in place of Klyph Black from “Pulling the Devil By the Tail” through the end of the show. 
The cover of Dire Straits’ “Sultans of Swing” was a TAB debut.
This gig was part of the Mountain Aire Music Festival that also included Les Claypool’s Flying Frog Brigade, Elvis Costello and the Imposters, Galactic, Particle, John Prine, Robert Randolph, and The Derek Trucks Band. Will Bernard from Motherbug sat in on “Last Tube.”
This gig was part of the Mountain Aire Music Festival that also included Les Claypool’s Flying Frog Brigade, Elvis Costello and the Imposters, Galactic, Particle, John Prine, Robert Randolph, and The Derek Trucks Band. “Cayman Review” featured Derek Trucks on guitar; “Night Speaks to a Woman” featured Derek Trucks on guitar and Les Claypool on bass. “In the Wee Wee Hours” featured the forty-four-piece Extra Action Marching Band.

SET 1: Highball with the Devil , David Makalaster , Long in the Tooth , Hendershot , Cosmic Highway , Up on the Roof , Ding Dang , Thela Hun Ginjeet , Seas of Cheese , Whamola [1]

This performance was part of the Mountain Aire Music Festival. Trey sat in on guitar for “Whamola.” Trey also performed on this date with TAB.
Mike and Page joined Papa Grows Funk for the PGF original "Yakiniku," The Meters' funk classic "Cissy Strut" and The Beatles' "Come Together."
During Spearhead's set opening for TAB (setlist), Trey sat in for their original "Sometimes."
This live promotional appearance for San Francisco’s KFOG-FM 104.5 featured Trey performing solo, acoustic, between interview segments. “Ray Dawn Balloon” was performed instrumental.
Spearhead opened and Spearhead’s Michael Franti added lead vocals on “Small Axe.” The show featured the debut of "Discern."
This live promotional appearance for Portland’s KINK-FM 101.9 featured Trey performing solo acoustic between interview segments.
This gig featured the debut of “Night Speaks to a Woman” and "Thunderhead." "Thunderhead" featured Trey on acoustic guitar. Trey performed “Ray Dawn Balloon” solo, acoustic.
  This live promotional appearance for Seattle’s KMTT-FM 103.7 “The Mountain” featured Trey performing solo acoustic between interview segments. 
This live promotional appearance for Montpelier’s WNCS-FM “The PointFM” featured Trey performing solo acoustic between interview segments.
Trey and his band were the musical guests on the Late Show with David Letterman. Dave briefly interviewed Trey after the performance.
This live promotional appearance for New York City’s WFUV-FM 90.7 featured Trey performing solo, acoustic, between interview segments.
This was a taping session for the nationally syndicated radio program Live at the World Café. “Money, Love and Change” was played by request for show host David Dye.
This live promotional appearance for Boston’s 92.5-FM WXRV The River featured Trey performing solo acoustic between interview segments. 
This live promotional appearance for Boston’s 92.9-FM WBOS Studio 7 series featured Trey performing solo acoustic between interview segments.
The New Deal opened.
The New Deal opened.
The New Deal opened.
The New Deal opened. Carl “Geerz” Gerhard sat in on trumpet for the encores. "Magilla" included a "Fishin' Hole" (aka The Andy Griffith Show theme) tease from Oteil.
The New Deal opened. This setlist is unconfirmed as recordings of the performance do not circulate.
The Billionaires opened. This setlist is unconfirmed as recordings of the performance do not circulate.
This free performance was part of the University of Vermont’s annual SpringFest. Project Logic opened. DJ Logic sat in on “Stir It Up” and “Who’s Laughing Now?” During the gig Page made note of that morning’s extremely rare earthquake that registered 5.1 on the Richter scale just 20 miles from Burlington.
Page sat in for a portion of Project Logic’s set opening for Vida Blue that included “Cars Trucks Buses.”
The Billionaires opened.
The Billionaires opened.
Trey sat in for the listed songs at this free outdoor beachside show, playing a borrowed black Stratocaster guitar. The lineup this evening featured Dave Gerard on guitars and vocals, David Bailey on bass, Ed Jurdi on guitar and Rohin Khemani on drums.

SET 1: Nash [1], Diggin' Up Bones [1], Body in the Lake [1], UFO [1], No Egos Underwater [1], Saturn [1], Turn On Your Love Light [1]

SET 2: Beggin’ You To Stay , I'm So Glad , Slubb , Basically Frightened , Grandma’s Got a Motorcycle , Lima , Planet Earth , Fixin' To Die

ENCORE: Get to Know You Better

Fish sat in on a second drum kit for the entire first set.
This was an acoustic performance by Mike on bass and Warren Haynes on acoustic guitar. This was a private gig that followed the debut of Mike’s movie Rising Low at the SXSW Film Festival. This setlist is likely incomplete.
Fish sat in on drums for a few tunes with this Frank Zappa cover band that includes Ike Willis, as well as other Frank Zappa band alumni.
Fish sat in on drums and vocals for the “War Pigs” encore. Dave “The Truth” Grippo also sat in on saxophone earlier in the show during “Airmail Special." 
This evening included a rotating series of ad hoc groups – all featuring DJ Logic – followed by a full set of Project Logic. The groups were, in order: DJ Logic, Christian McBride, Kareem Wiggins, and Scratch; DJ Logic, Charlie Hunter, and Billy Martin; Mike, DJ Logic, and John Medeski; DJ Logic, Michael Kang, and Rob Wasserman. Each of the mini-sets consisted entirely of improvised instrumentals.

SET 1: Cardboard Box , Mold Pt. 2 > Wage , Once There Was a Way , I Commit Crimes , The Untitled One , Sweat Sauce , What Will I Do When Winter Comes > I Got Nothin' > Chunky Baby Crap Brown Haggis on Toast

SET 2: On a Night Like This , Let's Not Pretend , Cheer Up [1], Like a Hurricane [1], Maybe Next Year [1] -> OK [1], Blues in A [2], All the Pain Through the Years [1], What Have I Done Wrong? [1], Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues [1]

Trey sat in with Seth Yacovone Band on electric guitar from “Cheer Up” through the rest of the show. The Yacovone original “OK” contained a full-band “Makisupa Policeman” tease. James Rosocha sat in replacing Tommy Coggio on bass for “Blues in A.”
This show was a benefit to raise funds for the medical bills of Burlington musician “Mr. Charlie” Frazier, who had recently suffered a stroke. The gig included performances from Doctor Jones, The John Tower Group, Nobby Reed Project, Seth Yacovone Band, and Mr. Charlie’s own band, Blues for Breakfast. Page joined Blues for Breakfast on keyboards for renditions of the Grateful Dead classics “Scarlet Begonias” and “Franklin’s Tower.”
Setlist Filter
By year:

By month:

By day:

By weekday:

By artist:

Filter Reset Filters
Phish.net Login

Register | Forgot Password
Support Phish.net & MBIRD
Fun with Setlists Check our Phish setlists and sideshow setlists!


Phish.net

Phish.net is a non-commercial project run by Phish fans and for Phish fans under the auspices of the all-volunteer, non-profit Mockingbird Foundation.

This project serves to compile, preserve, and protect encyclopedic information about Phish and their music.

Credits | Terms Of Use | Legal

© 1990-2016  The Mockingbird Foundation, Inc. | Hosted by End Point Corporation