2014

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This show was webcast via Live Phish. The Birds was teased and quoted during the segue between Theme and Cities. Trey teased Manteca in the Cities jam. The Phish debut of Dem Bones began a cappella, then Fish moved to vacuum. The song was then stopped because, Trey said, the vacuum had become stuck to Fish's face. Brian Brown and Lee Scott (Trey's guitar tech and Fish's drum tech respectively) came out to assist in trying to remove the vacuum and then went behind the stage with Fish to fix the problem, with Mike suggesting they switch it "from suck to blow." There was the sound of a small explosion and the lights went out. A giant inflatable Fishman then emerged from behind the stage and took off over the crowd, while the balloon drop, including Henrietta donut balloons, occurred and the band played Auld Lang Syne. Trey quoted Martian Monster during his speech at the end of Julius.
 "The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down" was teased during the band intros at the end of "Clint Eastwood."
"Never" was performed for the first time since November 8, 2005 and featured a new full-band arrangement. This show featured the debut of "Invisible Knife." "The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down" was teased during the band intros at the end of "Clint Eastwood."
"The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down" was teased during the band intros at the end of "Clint Eastwood."
This solo acoustic performance was part of NPR's Tiny Desk Concerts series.
This show featured the debut of the TAB original "Speak To Me."
"The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down" was teased during the band intros at the end of "Clint Eastwood."
Mexican Cousin was played for the first time since June 19, 2012 (110 shows). Page teased Rhapsody In Blue at the end of Halfway to the Moon. Free, Walls of the Cave, Bowie, and the YEM vocal jam contained Martian Monster quotes. Chalk Dust was unfinished and ended with Fish teasing The Wedge. Toward the end of the YEM jam, Trey picked up his megaphone and began using the siren on it as he ran around the stage. Mike joined him, and Trey held the megaphone up to Mike's bass. Mike then began playing his fight bell with drum sticks while Trey went to the drums and played along with Fish.  Finally, Mike and Page joined in, so that all four were playing on Fish's kit. After Page thanked the audience and crew, Mike teased The Load-Out.
Dog Faced Boy was played for the first time since June 8, 2011 (144 shows). Birds of a Feather contained teases and quotes from The Birds. Twist contained Lengthwise quotes, Manteca teases and quotes, a Smoke on the Water tease and Your Pet Cat teases.
The backdrop on the stage at the start of the show was a large gate adorned with a "P." During Lawn Boy, Page introduced Mike as "Michael Gordleone" and Fish took a drum solo. Trey teased Saw It Again during Tube and San-Ho-Zay during Wolfman's. The musical costume was a set of original, mostly instrumental music played with the sound effects and narration of the 1964 Disneyland album Chilling, Thrilling Sounds of the Haunted House. Prior to the start of Set II, the stage was cleared of all band equipment, and a graveyard set was brought out. At the start of the set, smoke filled the stage, and zombies appeared behind the gate. When the gate opened, a large haunted house with the band inside was brought to the front of the stage. The sound effects and narration were played on the PA, while an undead narrator would emerge from a crypt inscribed with "ESTHER" prior to each song for the introduction. At the end of The Fuse, the sides of the house came down while sounds of an explosion were heard, and the band was revealed inside, dressed in white tuxedoes and with zombie face paint. Several zombies came to the front of the stage and danced during Martian Monster. At the conclusion of the set, the band members came down from the Haunted House riser, slowly walked to the front of the stage, and took bows, along with the entire cast of zombies. All songs during the second set were debuts, with the titles taken from the first ten tracks of Chilling, Thrilling Sounds of the Haunted House. Sand contained a tease by Trey of School's Out. Is This What You Wanted was a Phish debut. Page performed Frankenstein on keytar, which was played for the first time since July 1, 2012 (100 shows).
Immediately following the San Francisco Giants winning game seven of the World Series, We Are the Champions was teased by the full band in Moma. Yarmouth also included a We Are the Champions tease from Trey.  Following a "let's go Giants" chant after The Wedge, Page congratulated the Giants, adding that he watched the whole series. Trey told the crowd that Page was a Mets fan and that Page watches every Mets game streamed on his phone with many of them on the organ while the band's playing. Page said "we can't be world champions all the time" with Fish adding "or ever." Trey then introduced The Line in honor of the losers in sports. Disease was unfinished. Trey quoted All About That Bass in Contact.
Kill Devil Falls was unfinished. Trey teased Gumbo during Sanity and Antelope. Twist included a Smoke on the Water tease from Trey. Hood contained teases of Funk #49 as well as Ramblin' Man and Have Mercy teases from Trey.
Walfredo was played for the first time since June 27, 2010 (186 shows) and was in memory of Adam Berger, a fan who had passed away earlier in the year. Trey teased Simple in Camel Walk and the Munsters theme after Rift. Take Me Out to the Ballgame was a Phish debut, and was played as an instrumental.
This afternoon set took place in the bar at Terrapin Crossroads.
This performance was billed as "A Musical Celebration for Katie Mae Featuring Jon Fishman and Friends."
Carini contained a tease of the theme from The Odd Couple.
Bathtub Gin contained Low Rider and Long Tall Glasses teases. Disease was unfinished.  The soundcheck's Dog Log was performed in a blues style. Happy Birthday was performed for one of the band members' kids.
This show was webcast via LivePhish. Scent of a Mule featured Fish on Marimba Lumina and Mike playing his fight bell with drumsticks. Weekapaug contained Runaway Jim and 2001 teases. Antelope contained Soul Shakedown quotes and teases.
This show was webcast via LivePhish.  Mike teased Paint It Black before Heavy Things. Chalk Dust was unfinished.
This show was webcast via LivePhish. DWD was unfinished.
Roggae contained an Inca Roads tease from Trey. Page teased Magilla during Simple. Sleeping Monkey included banter about it being Page's favorite Phish song, and one chorus was sung by the crowd. This show featured the Phish debut of Plasma.
This show featured the orchestral debut of "Architect" and the debut of "Petrichor."
This show was webcast via LivePhish. Trey teased The Munsters theme before Chalk Dust, Tweezer in Sand, and What's The Use? in Piper. The first jam in the soundcheck contained a London Bridge is Falling tease from Mike and the second jam contained Flash Light teases.
This show was webcast via LivePhish. The second set was preceded by Call to the Post teases. Down with Disease contained What's the Use? teases and was unfinished. Trey teased Streets of Cairo in Carini. Following The Horse, the band acted as if the show was over before starting to play Silent in the Morning. Trey then explained that by pretending to not play Silent and end the show, they were making a joke, given their not playing The Horse to precede Silent in recent versions. Having to explain this "joke" prompted Trey to tell the story of performing In A Hole back in the 1980s. Fish suggested they play In A Hole, but Trey said he could not remember it. He agreed to sing the chorus, however, and sang part of it briefly (emphasizing the pun on the "a hole" lyric) while Fish and Page played a small part of the music of the song's chorus. "It's just as funny as it was 30 years ago," Page noted. "Thank you for laughing." Fluffhead contained a Dave's Energy Guide tease.
This show was webcast via LivePhish. The initial letter of the first ten songs spelled Lushington, which had won a 2014 online poll to determine the best Phish song by Rolling Stone magazine. However, the eleventh song was Ha Ha Ha, after which Trey announced "You asked, we delivered. Simple as that." Suzy Greenberg featured Jennifer Hartswick on trumpet and Natalie Cressman on trombone. Simple contained a Magilla tease from Page and a San-Ho-Zay tease from Trey. In the soundcheck, Trey teased Owner of a Lonely Heart before the full band jam.
This gig was taped for later airing on the PBS Front and Center series.
This performance was part of The Peach Music Festival.
This performance was part of The Peach Music Festival.
This show was webcast for free via LivePhish. Suzy Greenberg contained a quote of Stealing Time From the Faulty Plan by Trey. Trey teased Call to the Post before CDT. Chalk Dust Torture was unfinished. Scents and Subtle Sounds was last played on September 2, 2011 (109 shows) and did not have the intro. Harry Hood featured a duel section in which Trey traded solos with Mike, Fish, and Page in turn.
Ghost contained San-Ho-Zay and Simple teases.
DWD was unfinished. Fuego included a brief Tweezer jam. Antelope contained Munsters theme and Boogie On teases. Fish quoted Setting Sail in Tweezer Reprise.
The soundcheck's Jennifer Dances was a blues jam with quotes of Foxy Lady. Trey teased Paint It Black after Foxy Lady was played. Bathtub Gin contained Tequila and Long Tall Glasses teases. Mountains in the Mist was played for the first time since December 27, 2010 (141 shows). Mike teased Fuego in Meatstick.
Chalk Dust was unfinished. Mike's Song contained a BOAF tease and Weekapaug contained a tease and quote of Shock the Monkey.
This show was webcast via LivePhish. YEM included Flash Light teases and featured Trey waving his megaphone and using its siren. The first Tweezer contained Back on the Train teasing from Fish. The third Tweezer included Page teasing Manteca. Simple included a Magilla tease from Page. Catapult was played for the first time since August 14, 2009 (206 shows). DWD was unfinished. NICU contained Under Pressure teases. Tweezer was teased after the first HYHU and in I Been Around. Jennifer Dances was performed at Trey's request for the first time since December 17, 1999 (352 shows), featured Fish attempting to sing the song but not knowing the lyrics, and was quoted at the end of the second HYHU. I Been Around was last played October 16, 2010 (149 shows) and while the band was walking off the stage in synchronized steps.
This show was webcast via LivePhish.
Bowie contained a Beauty of a Broken Heart tease from Trey. Chalk Dust was unfinished. Twist, Reba, and Character Zero included Fuego teases. Character Zero also contained a Wingsuit tease from Trey.
Mike sat in with Gov't Mule for the listed segment, the latter also featuring guest Craig Sorrells.
This show was webcast via LivePhish. Scent of a Mule featured Fish on Marimba Lumina and all four band members on Fish's drum set. Gin contained a Scent of a Mule tease by Trey. DWD was unfinished. Weekapaug contained San-Ho-Zay and Stash teases from Trey and a full-band Ghost jam.
This show was webcast via LivePhish. Tube and Antelope contained Smoke on the Water teases from Trey. Wingsuit was teased in Free. Page and Trey teased Dirt in Roggae. Fish quoted Istanbul (Not Constantinople) in Antelope. Trey teased The Little Drummer Boy in Fuego. Twist included Fuego and San-Ho-Zay teases from Trey. Hood and Suzy included Fuego teases from Trey.
This show was webcast via LivePhish.
Trey teased Streets of Cairo in Stealing Time. 46 Days included a Fuego tease. Weekapaug was unfinished. Possum included a 2001 tease from Trey.
DWD began with a Pop Goes the Weasel tease from Mike, contained a San-Ho-Zay tease from Trey, and was unfinished. Trey teased Stash in The Wedge. Antelope contained Meatstick, Fuego, and St. Thomas teases. Character Zero also contained Meatstick and Fuego teases.
Phish were the musical guests on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Waiting All Night aired on the NBC broadcast; Fuego was made available as a web exclusive.
Chalk Dust contained a Manteca tease from Page and was unfinished. Trey teased St. Thomas during Light.
The ending of BOTT was repeated twice after the song was finished.  Trey dedicated Antelope to The Dude of Life, who was there with two of his children who were seeing their first Phish show. Ghost contained teasing of Seven Below by Mike. Hood contained a brief St. Thomas tease.
Trey teased the Munsters theme in Stash. DWD was unfinished.
Chalk Dust, which contained an Apostrophe tease, was unfinished. Mike's Song contained a Wingsuit tease from Trey.
The start of this show was delayed due to inclement weather. Fuego contained a Godzilla tease from Trey and a Cars Trucks Buses tease from Mike.

Soundcheck: Unknown Song (Mike vocals), Wombat -> Manteca -> Wombat -> Can't Turn You Loose, Waiting All Night, Walls of the Cave, Sing Monica

SET 1: Crowd Control > My Friend, My Friend > Scent of a Mule[1], Undermind, A Song I Heard the Ocean Sing, I Didn't Know, Foam, Wombat, Divided Sky, Wading in the Velvet Sea > David Bowie

SET 2: Carini -> Waves, Wingsuit > Piper > Fluffhead, Heavy Things > Slave to the Traffic Light, You Enjoy Myself

ENCORE: Suzy Greenberg

This show was webcast via LivePhish. Scent featured Fish on Marimba Lumina. The soundcheck's Can't Turn You Loose included a Manteca quote.
This show was webcast via LivePhish. DWD was unfinished and contained Under Pressure teases from Trey.
This show was webcast via LivePhish. Bathtub Gin and Limb By Limb were unfinished.
Trey teased Streets of Cairo in Back on the Train, The Munsters theme in Stash, and Dave's Energy Guide in Ghost. Page teased Magilla in Simple.
Phish was the musical guest on Live on Letterman. Earlier in the day, Phish played The Line on The Late Show with David Letterman.
Phish was the musical guest on The Late Show with David Letterman and then performed another set on Live on Letterman. 

SET 1: Fireworks , Greenpoint , Atari , Such a Night , This is How it Goes , RISD [1], At the Show [1], I Put a Spell on You [2], It Seems It's All a Lie , Rainy Day Woman #12 & 35 , Let's Go Get Stoned , Jam [1], I Heard It Through the Grapevine [2], Turn On Your Love Light [2], Fearless > Benny and The Jets > Fearless , Limbs of a Pine [1]

ENCORE: Contact (partial) , Bathtub Gin (partial) , Witches of Ulster [1]

Mike sat in on bass for the noted songs. This performance was part of the Burlington Discover Jazz Festival.
This performance was part of the annual Summer Camp Music Festival.
This performance featured the debut of "Flying Machines" and "The Song."
Trey sat in on guitar for the entirety of each of the two (early and late) shows.
This show was part of the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival and took place at the Acura Stage. Disease was unfinished. Twist contained teases of Birds and Streets of Cairo.
This single-set performance was part of the Wanee Music Festival and took place on the Peach Stage. Trey also sat in with The Allman Brothers Band later in the evening.
This performance was part of the Wanee Music Festival and took place on the Peach Stage. Trey joined The Allman Brothers Band on guitar for "Who's Been Talking?" and "Franklin's Tower." TAB had performed at the festival earlier in the evening.
"555" featured Page on keyboards and Fish on drums.
This performance took place in MASS MoCA's Hunter Center.

SET 1: Yarmouth Road [1]

This free afternoon event was billed as a "Song Dissection" and took place at MASS MoCA's Club B-10. Mike and Scott discussed in detail the process of developing the song "Yarmouth Road" as well as a wide range of other topics related to the development of Overstep. This was followed by an audience Q&A session, the debut of the "Yarmouth Road" music video, and a performance of "Yarmouth Road" by Mike and Scott on acoustic bass and guitar, respectively.
Trey Anastasio sat in on guitar for "Cities" and "Tiny Little World."
Twenty artists performed twenty Paul Simon classics to benefit youth-centered music education programs in New York City. Mike performed "Late in the Evening" on accoustic guitar and vocals, backed by Antibalas, who had served as the house band for the evening. Mike also joined the show's conclusion ("The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy)") that featured all of the evening's performers, including Allen Toussaint, Angelique Kidjo, Ben Sollee, Bettye LaVette, Bob Mould, Brett Dennen, Ann Wilson, Isobel Campbell & Andy Cabic, Joe Henry, Josh Ritter, Joy Williams, Judy Collins, L.P., John Doe, Madeleine Peyroux & Jon Herington, Sam Moore, Bob Forrest & Gibby Haynes, and Richard Marx.
This show featured the Mike Gordon debut of "The Poet's Final Instructions," a poem by John Berryman. The "Take Me to the River" jam included a brief story by Mike regarding the mosh pit that he was encouraging among the crowd... a peaceful, 'Ska mosh pit' and teasing by Mike of the "Theme from Peter Gunn." "Tiny Little World" contained a "Take Me to the River" tease from Scott.  
"Normal Phoebe" contained a "Let's Go" tease and "Dirty Water" lyrics. "Tiny Little World" also contained a "Let's Go" tease.
This show was remastered and officially released via LivePhish. "Peel" contained quotes of William Shakespeare's "As You Like It." This show featured the Mike Gordon debuts of "Oceans of Diamonds" and "Sister Kate." "555" contained additional intro lyrics "Trash cans in the distance / Seagulls in a line / Transmission's boiling up and over / Follow me to find / Can't wait to get away."
"Are You a Hypnotist" contained a tease of "Zion hört die Wächter singen" (Bach) by Tom.
"Spock's Brain" contained a "Theme from Star Trek" tease by Tom. "Hap-Nappy" included a "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring" tease by Tom.
This show marked the debut of "Normal Phoebe." "Time in a Bottle" (Jim Croce) was teased before "Voices."
Sugar Blue sat in on harmonica for "Say Something," "Miss You" and "Messin' with The Kid," the latter two being Mike Gordon debuts. Ether included a "Can't You Hear Me Knocking" tease from Scott. "Horizon Line" contained a "Theme from Star Trek" tease by Tom and "Miss You" quotes.
"555" was quoted at the end of "It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry." "Hap-Nappy" contained "Mr. Sandman" teases.
This show featured the debuts of "Either" and "Twists and Bends" and the Mike Gordon debuts of "Puddle" (International Orange) and "Love On One Condition" (Bonnie Raitt). "Surface" contained "Theme from The Odd Couple" teases by Tom. "Jumping" included a "Sugar Shack" tease from Scott.
This show featured the debut of "Different World" and the Mike Gordon debut of "Barton Hollow" (The Civil Wars). "Sound" contained a "Fly" (Sugar Ray) tease.
This show featured the debuts of "Surface" and "Loon" as well as the Mike Gordon debuts of "Are You a Hypnotist??," "Pretty Boy Floyd," "Spock's Brain" and "555."
This acoustic performance was part of CBS This Morning: Saturday's "Saturday Sessions" and first aired on March 8, 2014.
This show featured the debuts of "Face," "Caught Up," "Jumping," "Paint," "Ether," and "Mrs. Peel" and the Mike Gordon debuts of "Say Something," "Mississippi," (JJ Grey & Mofro) "Angatta" (Barika) and "The Spider and the Ghost of the Fly" (a poem by Vachel Lindsay). "Hap-Nappy" contained "Peel" quotes.
This in-store promotional appearance celebrated the release of Mike's fourth solo album, Overstepand featured Mike and Scott Murawski on acoustic bass and guitar respectively. This performance included the debut of "Long Black Line," "Peel" and "Tiny Little World."
Mike sat in on a second bass for "Bird Song."
This show was originally scheduled for February 13, 2014 and was postponed due to a winter storm.
"Happy Birthday" was performed for James Casey.
This show featured the debut of "Sometime After Sunset."
This show featured the debut of "Paper Wheels," "Bounce," "Lever Boy," "In Rounds," and "Very Far Away." Trey teased "Jean Pierre" in "Alaska."
This show featured the debut of "Silver Smoke" and "Pulsing Days" and the TAB debut of Ana Tijoux's "1977."
This performance was sponsored by Responsible Growth Hinesburg
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