2012

January: 05 | 06 | 26
February: 09 | 14 | 28
March: 10 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 18 | 24
April: 14 | 20
May: 18
June: 07 | 08 | 10 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 19 | 20 | 22 | 23 | 24 | 28 | 29 | 30
July: 01 | 03 | 04 | 06 | 07 | 08 | 19
August: 03 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 | 22 | 24 | 25 | 26 | 28 | 29 | 31
September: 01 | 02 | 07 | 15
October: 03 | 11 | 18 | 19 | 20 | 22 | 23 | 24 | 26 | 26 | 27 | 27 | 28 | 28 | 30 | 30 | 31
November: 01 | 02 | 26
December: 06 | 28 | 29 | 30 | 31 | 31
This show was webcast via LivePhish. This show featured the floor and stage covered with artificial turf (numerous plants also dotted the stage). Prior to the show, actors played garden sports including croquet, badminton, and mini-golf, while a few more "sunbathed" on a riser behind the stage. During the first setbreak, golfers came on stage and hit soft golf balls into the crowd.  Light contained an Auld Lang Syne tease.  You Enjoy Myself contained a Birds of a Feather tease.  Trey, Page and Mike came out for the third set in golf carts and began hitting golf balls into the crowd. Fish then arrived on a golf cart wearing donut pants and shirt, an argyle vest, and a golf hat.  Golf carts were brought back on stage during Kung, then began racing past the stage periodically during Chalk Dust. During the Chalk Dust jam, golfers began getting out of the carts, hitting balls into the crowd and dancing on stage.  One of the golfers did the New Year's countdown from on top of a cart.  Auld Lang Syne was accompanied by balloons dropping from the ceiling and ping pong balls fired from cannons.  Tweezer Reprise featured Carrie Manolakos on vocals and a number of backup singers. The remainder of the third set and encore featured song titles focusing on a golf theme. Wilson was preceded by an animated Wilson golf ball on the venue's jumbotrons. Iron Man was preceded by Page coming to the front of the stage to wish the crowd Happy New Year and reference the start of the 30th year of Phish. In an apparent reference to Bob Hope, Page wore a blazer, USS Nimitz ball cap and carried a golf club. Driver was stopped and restarted.This show featured the Phish debuts of Garden Party and Fly Like an Eagle, the first full Phish performance of Iron Man (which was last played December 31, 2003, or 192 shows), and the first ever a cappella Lawn Boy.
This show was webcast via LivePhish. Runaway Jim contained a DEG tease from Trey. My Friend did not contain the "Myfe" ending. Down with Disease contained a Woman from Tokyo tease from Trey and was unfinished. Slave and Hood contained Little Drummer Boy teases from Page.
This show was webcast via LivePhish. Limb By Limb contained a Follow the Yellow Brick Road tease from Trey and Bathtub Gin contained Susie Q quotes from Fish. Suzy contained "more cowbell" quotes from Trey.
This show was webcast via LivePhish. Wolfman's Brother contained a Heartbreaker tease from Mike and a Little Drummer Boy jam. Twist contained multiple Little Drummer Boy teases as well as quotes from Trey, referring to Fish, and Fluffhead contained a Little Drummer Boy tease from Page.
Trey performed solo in this opening set for a benefit concert for Hurricane Sandy relief that was headlined by Neil Young & Crazy Horse. Trey dedicated "Water in the Sky" to Sue.
Trey joined Amanda Green and her band for the above songs, both of which are part of the musical, Hands on a Hardbodythe two collaborated on. Trey added vocals to "I'm Gone" and played guitar and vocals on "Burn That Bridge."
"Cissy Strut" and "Cardova" were performed as a medley.
"Cissy Strut" and "Cardova" were performed as a medley.
"Cissy Strut" and "Cardova" were performed as a medley.
"Cissy Strut" and "Cardova" were performed as a medley.
Trey and his band were the guests on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. As the taping took place the day after Hurricane Sandy hit the New York area, rather than play a track in support of his most recent release Traveler, Trey opted for the uplifting "O-o-h Child."
Due to Hurricane Sandy, this show was originally postponed until November 5, 2012, which was also subsequently cancelled due to the continued aftereffects of the storm. A short January tour was then scheduled that included two dates at the Capitol Theatre on January 23-24, 2013, presumably to make up for the prior cancellations.
This show was cancelled due to the impending Hurricane Sandy.
This show consisted largely of improvised music. The main participants for this performance were Fish (drums), Matt Butler (conductor), Jamie Masefield (mandolin), Zach Gill (keyboards), Dan Lebowitz (guitar), John Kadlecik (guitar), Jessica Lurie (saxophone), Reed Mathis (bass), Katy Gaughan (percussion), and Sonya Kitchell (vocals).
Heavy Things was performed acoustic. The Percussion Parade saw Trey lead the band playing cowbell through the audience, through the lobby, out onto the street (Broadway), and around the corner where they returned through the side stage door.
This show, which consisted largely of improvised music, was billed as an aftershow for the TAB show earlier that evening at the Beacon Theatre.. The main participants for this performance were Fish (drums), Matt Butler (conductor), Marco Benevento (keyboards), Jamie Masefield (mandolin), John Kadlecik (guitar), Jessica Lurie (saxophone) and Reed Mathis (bass).
"Sand" included "Last Tube" teases.
"Gotta Jibboo" included a "Streets of Cairo" tease.
This show featured the debut performances of "Corona," "Scabbard," "Architect" and "Traveler."
Fish sat in on drums for the songs listed above, other than the last three songs of the first set. This show, which was a benefit for The Vermont New Farmer Project, was a tribute to the upsoming 50th anniversary of the Rolling Stones. Other musicians included Russ Lawton, Ray Paczkowski, Ryan Miller, Bob Wagner, Joshua Panda, Clint Bierman, Peter Day, Steve Hadeka, Matt Hagen, Mike Clifford, Kat Wright, Christina Durfee and Nicole Nelson.

SET 1: Rag Mama Rag [1], The Weight [2]

This show, billed as "Love for Levon" was a tribute to Levon Helm and a benefit for Levon's home and studio, "The Barn." Mike sat in on bass for "Rag Mama Rag," along with John Hiatt and the House Band (Larry Campbell, Don Was, Kenny Aronoff, Amy Helm, Teresa Williams and 5-piece horn section). Mike also added vocals for the show-closing "The Weight" with all the  other artists from the evening's show.        
Page sat in with Grace Potter and the Nocturnals for a cover of "Tush." This show was part of the Grand Point North festival.
Trey sat in with The Roots on the songs listed above. "Pigtail" also featured Grace Potter.  "Dancing in the Street," "The Thrill is Gone," and "Whipping Post" featured Grace Potter, Bob Weir, Warren Haynes and Bobby Keys. "Whipping Post" contained "My Favorite Things" teases. This performance was a benefit for HeadCount.
This show was webcast via LivePhish. Bathtub Gin contained a Soul Shakedown Party tease from Mike. At the end of Hood, Trey noted that it was the last set of tour, thanked everyone for an "absolutely joyous summer," then pantomimed crying and said "I don't want to go home." Trey added that "We'd also like to say, 'fuck your face'."  The soundcheck Jam contained a Three Little Birds quote by Mike and a Don't Worry Be Happy quote by Trey. 
This show was webcast via LivePhish. Antelope opened a show for the first time since January 26, 1990 (1,265 shows). Light included repeated Mercy Mercy Mercy (Joe Zawinul) teases by Page. Fish returned for the encore with a banana, causing Trey to fill time by remarking that Fish almost passed out from rocking so hard during the second set. Therefore, he was handed a banana backstage to revive him. Trey asked the crowd to picture Fish in his dress with a banana, before performing Sleeping Monkey. The soundcheck's Long Cool Woman contained Telegram Sam (T. Rex) quotes.

Soundcheck: Dog Log, Blues Jam, Ginseng Sullivan, Friday

SET 1: First Tube, Uncle Pen, Carini > Kill Devil Falls, You Enjoy Myself[1], Ocelot, Undermind

SET 2: Runaway Jim[2] > Farmhouse > Alaska, Chalk Dust Torture [2] > Emotional Rescue > Fuck Your Face

ENCORE: Grind, Meatstick

This show was webcast via LivePhish. The first letters of the songs of this show spelled out "Fuck Your Face" before Fuck Your Face itself was played. Before You Enjoy Myself, Page said "We are so happy to be back in this place, thank you guys so much. We love Dick's, we do." The crowd responded by chanting "We love Dick's."  The You Enjoy Myself vocal jam was based around a "We Love Dick's" theme with different band members' names inserted. Ocelot included a Crosseyed and Painless tease. Prior to the second set, Trey wished Matty from the Waterwheel table a happy birthday. Runaway Jim and Chalk Dust were unfinished. Emotional Rescue was played for the first time since September 30, 2000 (236 shows). Fuck Your Face contained an Emotional Rescue quote.
DWD was unfinished. My Friend My Friend did not contain the "Myfe" ending.
Before the vacuum solo in I Didn't Know, Trey introduced Fish as "The John Coltrane of the vacuum cleaner."
Machine Gun (Jimi Hendrix) was teased by Trey and Fish before and during AC/DC Bag. During Alumni, Fish stated he didn't have a degree and later said he did. After Alumni, Trey said that Fish did have a degree, adding that they met in 1983 at UVM and that Fish held a very interesting record: the lowest grade point average ever recorded at UVM. Fish added "for a non-fraternity student" and both Trey and Fish joked about Fish's GPA (giving low numbers). Trey added that they were both saved by Page at Goddard and that Page earned $100 for recruiting them to Goddard. Trey introduced Tube and My Sweet One as Fish songs, asking the crowd to count the number of times "you" appeared in the song. There was a delay in starting My Sweet One until Page said they had a lot of interesting stories (about Fish), prompting Fish to immediately start the song. Mike's and Suzy contained Crosseyed teases from Trey. Tweezer contained a Cars Trucks Buses tease from Mike. BBFCFM included Trey singing into his microphone that he raised above his head, playing his guitar behind his head and running around the stage and Mike playing his bass on his knees.
Chalk Dust was unfinished.
This show was webcast via LivePhish. Rock and Roll contained Live and Let Die teases from Trey and a Twenty Years Later tease from Mike. Twist contained an Oye Como Va jam.
Suzy Greenberg contained a Stairway to Heaven tease from Trey and added lyrics from Fish: "Todd Akin is a neurologist” in reference to embattled Missouri senatorial candidate Todd Akin who made controversial comments about rape days prior to the show.
This show was webcast via LivePhish. Trey teased Nellie Kane in Crowd Control. Reba included a DEG tease. Bowie contained a Reba tease from Trey. Eleanor Rigby was teased prior to the start of the second set. Crosseyed contained a tease of The Cave. Light and Sneakin' Sally both included Crosseyed teases. Light also included a Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It) tease. Mike teased China Cat Sunflower before Bug.
This show was webcast via LivePhish. Wolfman's contained a vocal jam. After the soundcheck's My Soul, Trey and Fish teased Demand. Sailin' Shoes was performed by Fish and Mike only.
This show was webcast via LivePhish. DwD was unfinished. Shine a Light contained a brief Wading in the Velvet Sea tease from Trey.
Mike joined Phil Lesh and Friends for the second set of this show that took place on the eve of Phish's three night run at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. "Franklin's Tower" featured "Blue Sky" teases. The first set of this show consisted of a cover of Gram Parsons' 1974 album, Grievous Angel. Phil's band on this night included his sons Grahame and Brian as well as Mark Karan, Ross James, Conor O’Sullivan, Scott Paden and Elliott Peck.
Kill Devil Falls contained a Whole Lotta Love tease from Trey. Ghost contained a Dirt tease and a Roggae tease and vocal quote from Fish. 
This show, performed at Bob Weir's TRI Studios and webcast, was in honor of what would have been Jerry Garcia's 70th birthday.  Billed as "Move Me Brightly," Mike played bass on the above listed songs other than "The Wheel," "Cumberland Blues," "Loose Lucy" and "Friend of the Devil." Other musicians included Weir, Phil Lesh, Donna Jean Godchaux, Neal Casal, Jon Graboff, Jason Roberts, Joe Russo, Jeff Chimenti, Jim Lauderdale, Adam McDougall, Harper Simon, Josh Kaufman, Sam Cohen, Jonathan Wilson, Cass McCombs, Chris Tomson, Craig Finn and Tad Kubler.
Mike sat in on bass with Mickey Hart's band for a take on "Franklin's Tower" that closed the first set.
La Grange was played for the first time since September 22, 1999 (301 shows). Twist contained a brief In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida tease from Trey, Kill Devil Falls included a Jeopardy! theme tease, and Hood contained a Kung quote. My Friend My Friend did not contain the "Myfe" ending. YEM contained a Flashlight tease from Mike and teases of the theme to Sanford and Son in the vocal jam.
This show was broadcast live on SiriusXM Radio's Jam_ON station. Blister in the Sun was played for the first time since July 9, 1998 (390 shows). Both appearances of Blister in the Sun consisted of the first verse only. Down with Disease was unfinished. BDTNL, Mike's Song and Weekapaug all contained Blister in the Sun teases from Trey. Sabotage was dedicated to MCA, who had passed away earlier in the year.
Psycho Killer was played for the first time since August 14, 2009 (127 shows). HYHU contained Psycho Killer teases and quotes as well as references to tucking. Prior to Cracklin' Rosie, Fish was introduced as Friar Tuck. Cracklin' Rosie was played for the first time since December 10, 1999 (279 shows). Mike teased Shafty after the second HYHU. Tom Marshall and Steve Pollak (aka the "Dude of Life") sang the lyrics to Antelope. The lyrics to Antelope were changed to "Been you to have any spleef."
This show was webcast via LivePhish. Alumni Blues was preceded by a Dave's Energy Guide tease. Head Held High was played for the first time since October 31, 1998 (356 shows). The Man Who Stepped Into Yesterday and Avenu Malkenu were played for the first time since June 21, 2009 (136 shows). Bittersweet Motel was played for the first time since August 2, 2009 (132 shows). Purple Rain was played for the first time since July 25, 1999 (314 shows) and included alternate lyrics "tucking in the Purple Rain" and "I am Friar Tuck!" The setbreak featured All-American themed music. Sleeping Monkey contained alternate lyrics "Why'd you tuck my monkey on a train."
This show was webcast via LivePhish. Skin It Back was played for the first time since July 29,1988 (1,417 shows). Spanish Moon was teased before and during Skin It Back. Happiness is a Warm Gun was played for the first time since October 31, 1994 (658 shows). Possum and Chalk Dust Torture contained Skin It Back teases. Sand contained an Izabella tease. Before Bug, Trey said the band doesn't speak in words back stage anymore and they decided they only used hand signals. Trey slapped his wrist as if he was being bitten by a bug to indicate Bug. Fluffhead contained a Dave's Energy Guide tease.
Soul Shakedown Party was preceded by a Chalk Dust Torture Reprise tease from Trey. Frankenstein featured Page on keytar and was followed by a brief Lawn Boy tease from Page. Fee featured Trey on the megaphone. Light contained Frankie Says teases and Ghost contained Crosseyed and Painless quotes. Meatstick had fans dancing on stage and Trey saying that "from now on we're doing it by initials. We hope you enjoyed H. Things and C. E. & Painless, and right now we'd like to do the dance for you now. This is called 'T.F. The Meatstick'". The lyrics of Meatstick were then changed to "T.F. The Meatstick."
Moma contained an Also Sprach Zarathustra tease from Trey. Rock and Roll contained Dirt teases. Character Zero featured a Streets of Cairo tease and Jean Pierre teases from Trey.
Sweet Jane was played for the first time since October 31, 1998 (352 shows). After Sweet Jane, Trey informed the sign holders in the crowd that the band sees them the first time they're held up, so there's no need to hold them up throughout the show and block other fans' view. Page then dedicated Limb By Limb to the people behind the sign holders. Disease was unfinished. Sand contained Walk This Way and Weekapaug teases from Trey. During Twist, Trey said Mike's and Page's names with the letters twisted around. Gin was unfinished, featured a Twist quote from Trey, an On Broadway tease, and Trey saying Fish's name with the letters twisted around. Antelope featured Ride Captain Ride teases from Trey and Page, Twist quotes, Trey and Page saying "Marco" with the letters twisted around, and a "Marco"/"Polo" band/audience call/response.
The Old Home Place was played for the first time since December 5, 2009 (103 shows). Tweezer contained a Fuck Your Face tease from Mike and Back on the Train had a Psycho Killer tease in the transition into HYHU. Mike teased Mike's Song and If I Only Had A Brain before Bike. Weekapaug featured Trey on drums and Fish on guitar (while teasing DEG) at the beginning saying "I think we're a better band this way, don't you?" followed by Trey and Fish on drums together, then Trey back on guitar. Bowie featured a Bug tease from Trey.
Limb By Limb contained a DEG tease. Meatstick featured fans on stage dancing. Tweezer contained Another Brick in the Wall Part 2, Under Pressure and Ice Ice Baby quotes as well as a Meatstick jam. Antelope featured Under Pressure and Meatstick teases, a Fernando (Abba) quote with the lyric changed to "Can you hear the drums, Orlando?" Antelope's lyrics were changed to "Marc Orlando Esquandolas from Syracuse, NY" and "Run like Orlando out of control." "Orlando" was repeated several times.
Maze featured an Eleanor Rigby tease from Page and Trey. The Mule duel featured Page on theremin. YEM contained a Scent of a Mule tease from Trey. Weekapaug contained a Divided Sky tease from Trey.
Shaggy Dog was played for the first time since October 29, 1995 (574 shows). Runaway Jim and Fluffhead contained When the Saints Go Marching In teases from Trey. Following Stash, Poor Heart and Moma Dance were quickly aborted due to Fish mistakes. Trey suggested that they play a song that started with drums and Llama was subsequently played. Trey later said that Buffalo Bill was one of his all time personal favorites that starts with the drums. After Buffalo Bill, Trey said Fish was a master of songs that he starts himself.  In the Bowie intro, Trey told the crowd that this was Chris Kuroda's favorite Phish song (having Kuroda give a thumbs up to confirm), adding that "every day back stage, before we walk on, we say 'Chris? What should we play tonight?' and he only says one song. Every night." DWD was unfinished. Twist contained an Eleanor Rigby tease from Trey and a Heaven on Their Minds (from Jesus Christ Superstar) jam. This show featured the first Fluffhead encore since November 3, 1990 (1,124 shows).
This show was webcast via LivePhish. Trey introduced Dog Log with "There's enough of those damn signs out there." Dog Log was last played on August 2, 2003 (172 shows). Hood was unfinished. Prior to Sleeping Monkey, Trey teased the Star Wars theme and said "Fish, when you get to the end of this beautiful song, one last time for all of us. One final tuck." Trey added that "it's been a beautiful two days, but it wouldn't be complete without seeing Fish tuck his dress into his underwear one last time" and "I'm singing this one right to you Fish, because I am your father." Trey proceeded to sing to Fish using Mike's mic. Tweezer Reprise contained Sleeping Monkey quotes from Fish.
This show was webcast via LivePhishCarl "Geerz" Gerhard sat in on trumpet for Party Time. Trey introduced Gerhard as having come to the School of Phish in 1991 and talked about Gerhard's teaching career in the Armed Services. Trey acknowledged the crowd's request by playing Tube. During I Didn't Know, Trey said that they took Fish on the road in 1983 and he went to the Phish School of Music, adding that he was now the executive officer of the "Air Force." Trey said he didn't think Fish should be representing the vacuum cleaners without tucking in his shirt (a.k.a. his dress) and asked him to do so (Fish complied). Antelope included alternate lyrics "Been you to tuck in your dress, man?" "Tuck, tuck, tuck, tuck" and "Tuck in your dress man, you're out of control!" Trey also said that for 30 years, Fish has been leaving his dress untucked and told everybody to tuck in their dresses. Mike, Trey, and Page tucked in their shirts before the setbreak bow. Split Open and Melt included the alternate lyrics "Split open and tuck." Backwards Down the Number Line contained a DEG tease from Trey. Lengthwise included an invitation for audience members to appear on stage and tuck (a few fans came on stage), contained alternate lyrics "When you're there, I sleep tuckwise, and when you're tucked, I sleep, you really have to tuck" and "I sleep diagonal in my tuck," and Trey wielding a light saber, saying "the force is weak with that one. And that one too. But the force is strong with that one."  The audience was subsequently called out by Fish, Trey, and Page, in part being told repeatedly "You suck at tucking" over the Maze intro. The Maze intro also featured Trey asking Chris Kuroda to turn off the lights while he waved the light saber around, talked like Darth Vader, saying "I am your father, Fish. I am your father," and played the guitar with his light saber. Fire contained more Tuck references, with Trey saying "Tuck it!" and the alternate lyrics "Let the Tucker take over!" Mike and Trey sported sombreros for Mexican Cousin.
For the fourth Father's Day in a row, Brother was performed and featured all of the band's children on stage and subsequent introductions (which included a "Charge!" tease from Page). After Timber, Trey sang the ending notes to Brother. Trey then said he had a trivia question for the crowd and asked "how many songs end like this?" and the band sang the ending of Brother again. He answered the question by saying the songs were My Friend, My Friend, Rift, and Brother (all of which had their endings "sung"). Trey added that tonight was special because from now on, Timber would also end with the Brother ending (which was sung again). Trey said Page could also end Lawn Boy that way from now on, prompting a Lawn Boy quote from Page. Mike then teased Ha Ha Ha. Trey went on to say that Metallica would be playing at Bader Field soon after Phish and that he didn't think they ended a single song like the ending of Brother (Trey sang the ending). Trey said if everyone wrote Metallica a note saying "Dear Metallica, please end Master of Puppets like this" (singing the ending one final time), if they got 20,000 notes, they just might do it. Fluffhead and Down With Disease subsequently had endings similar to Brother mixed in with their normal finishes. Reba did not contain the whistling ending.
Weekapaug contained a Nellie Kane tease from Trey. The Horse was quickly aborted with Trey saying instead of playing Horse, he started thinking about how stupid the ending to My Friend, My Friend was and it threw him off. Fish said that he thought the ending was the greatest ending in rock history, that he loved it, and it was his favorite ending. Trey said Maze was his personal favorite, prompting quick teases of the end of Maze by himself and Page. Trey asked Page what his favorite song ending was and Page responded with Lawn Boy, which the band subsequently played. Possum contained Lawn Boy and Stash teases. Light contained a Manteca tease from Page and Crosseyed and Painless quotes. Sand and GTBT also contained Crosseyed and Painless quotes.

Soundcheck: Nellie Kane [or Ginseng?], Sugar Shack, Billy Breathes, Funky Bitch, Jam [Unconfirmed and Possibly Incomplete]

SET 1: The Sloth, My Sweet One > 46 Days > Camel Walk, Tube > Cities > It's Ice, Ginseng Sullivan, Stash, Simple > The Wedge, Stealing Time From the Faulty Plan, The Squirming Coil

SET 2: My Soul, Birds of a Feather [1] -> Back on the Train > Heavy Things > Twist > Piper[2] > Billy Breathes, Sneakin' Sally Through the Alley > David Bowie

ENCORE: First Tube[3]

Birds of a Feather was unfinished. Piper and First Tube contained "woo!" quotes from Twist. Bowie contained Stash, It's Ice, Birds of a Feather, Simple, and Ginseng Sullivan teases and a Wedge tease from Fish.
This show was a live webcast on YouTube. The Gambler (Kenny Rogers) was a Phish debut and featured Kenny Rogers on vocals. Possum featured The Gambler and Streets of Cairo teases. Tweezer contained a Walk This Way tease from Trey and I Am Hydrogen teases from Fish. Shafty was played for the first time since December 30, 2003 (159 shows). Hood was unfinished.
Mike teased Sundown in Bathtub Gin. Down with Disease was unfinished. Makisupa's keyword was "Sour Diesel." 2001 contained Sand teases from Fish and Get Up (I Feel Like Being a) Sex Machine and Mike's Song teases from Trey.
Runaway Jim included a Buried Alive tease, Possum included a Beauty of a Broken Heart tease and Taste included a Norwegian Wood tease (all from Trey). If I Could was last played on November 21, 2009 (102 shows).

SET 1: Up On Cripple Creek , Down South in New Orleans , Further On Up the Road , Stage Fright , Who Do You Love , Rag Mama Rag , It Makes No Difference , Ophelia , Evangeline , Helpless , Wide River to Cross , Life is a Carnival [1], Don't Do It [1], Caravan [1], The Shape I'm In [1], Forever Young [1], The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down [1], Baby Let Me Follow You Down [1], The Weight [1]

ENCORE: King Harvest (Has Surely Come) [1], I Shall Be Released [1]

This gig was a benefit for NOFA VT's Farmer Emergency Fund, featuring the 'Hug Your Farmer House Band' - Bob Wagner (guitar), Clint Bierman (guitar), Peter Day (bass), Ray Paczkowski (keys), Ron Rost (keys), Steve Hadeka (drums), Chris Peterman (tenor sax), Adam Dotson (trombone), Dave Grippo (alto sax), Luke LaPlant (baritone sax) and Steven Bernstein (trumpet). Fish sat in from "Life is a Carnival" through the end of the show. "Stage Fright" featured Anders Parker on lead vocals. "Who Do You Love?" featured Matt Hagen and Mike Clifford on lead vocals. "Ophelia" and "Helpless" Will Evans on lead vocals. "Evangeline" featured Marie Claire on lead vocals. "Life is a Carnival," Don't Do It," "Caravan" and "Baby Let Me Follow You Down" featured Josh Panda on lead vocals. "The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down" featured Ryan Miller on lead vocals.  All of the guest musicians joined in for the "I Shall Be Released" finale. Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin delivered some remarks prior to "Stage Firght."
Fish joined Touchpants for a night of "vulgar, rude, crass, foul, misogynistic stupid humor." This gig also featured Creedence Clear Silver Bullet and I'm...Pregnant. There is no known setlist.
In honor of the 15th anniversary of the launch of Phish Food ice cream, Ben & Jerry's and the WaterWheel Foundation partnered to host this gathering in downtown Burlington that purported to be, as the name would suggest, the "World's Largest Cowbell Ensemble." Led by Jon Fishman, the gathering attracted roughly 1,600 participants.  Whether the ensemble was indeed the largest of its kind is still being confirmed by the Guinness Book of World Records.  Most of the proceeds from the event were donated to WaterWheel Foundation's Vermont Flood Recovery Fund, which helps to repair the devestation left by Hurricane Irene. Prior to the performance, Mike made an appearance at Ben & Jerry's and signed copies of his Steamroller Wheelies: A Restoration Convoy compilation, also benefitting Vermont flood recovery.
Mike sat in with Keller Williams for "I'm Yours" and "Born to Be Wild."
"Traveled Too Far" contained "Sugar Shack" teases from Scott. "Cities" contained "Won't Get Fooled Again" teases from Tom.
This show took place in Max Hall and featured the Mike Gordon debut of "Toys R Us" (Greyboy Allstars). This show was part of the "Jam in the Dam VI" that also featured moe.Dark Star OrchestraLotus and Keller Williams.
This show took place in Max Hall and was part of the "Jam in the Dam VI" that also featured moe.Dark Star OrchestraLotus and Keller Williams. "Kissing the Lipless" (The Shins) was a Mike Gordon debut.
This single-set performance took place in Max Hall and was part of the "Jam in the Dam VI" which also featured moe., Dark Star Orchestra, Lotus and Keller Williams. "You Don't Mess Around with Jim" (Jim Croce) was a Mike Gordon debut.
This show featured Trey performing with the Los Angeles PhilharmonicScott Dunn conducting with orchestration by Don Hart. "You Enjoy Myself" featured a "Streets of Cairo" tease from Trey.
This show featured Trey performing with The Colorado SymphonyScott Dunn conducting with orchestration by Don Hart.
This show featured Trey performing with the Pittsburgh Symphony OrchestraScott Dunn conducting with orchestration by Don Hart.
This show featured Trey performing with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Scott Dunn conducting, with orchestration by Don Hart. "You Enjoy Myself" contained a "Bridal Chorus" ("Here Comes the Bride") tease from Trey.
Mike performed on bass for the above songs during a sit-in with Max Creek.
As part of The New York Guitar Festival, this ensemble performed Apollo: Atmospheres and Soundtracks, the 1983 ambient album by Brian Eno. Folowing the performance of the album in its entirety, the encore featured an improvised ambient-style jam. This was a free performance.
This live in-studio performance was a preview for The Apollo Project that was performed on January 6, 2012. Interview segments with host John Schaefer aired between the songs. A recording of this performance is available @ wnyc.org.
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December 09, 1995
21 years ago
Knickerbocker Arena

Set 1: Maze, Theme From the Bottom > NICU > The Sloth > Rift, Bouncing Around the Room, Free, Billy Breathes, Dog Faced Boy, Chalk Dust Torture

Set 2: Timber (Jerry), Wilson[1] > Gumbo, You Enjoy Myself[2], Lawn Boy, Slave to the Traffic Light > Crossroads, Sweet Adeline

Encore: Loving Cup

[1] Quotes from talking Beavis and Butthead doll.
[2] Silent jam. Vocal jam featured quotes from talking Beavis and Butthead doll.

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