The Billionaires opened.

This show was part of the "Page - Vida Blue Spring 2002 Tour"

Show Reviews

, attached to 2002-04-18

Review by Aiken

Aiken Cut loose by hiatus, folks were jonzen for some phish by now. the energy in the theater was good. these were still the dirty days, everyone was young. Drove down to the show from Barre VT where I was living at the time with a buddy from school. I was 21 years old. we didn't have a place to stay for the night worked out yet so we made friends with some locals from Amherst and found a party to head to after the show and a place to park the van. We stopped off at a bar on our way over and I one a magic hat brewing shirt for guessing how many beers the bartender had had so far that night--I had never won anything in my life at that point.

We got to the house where these bros lived and partied until I got super high and paranoid and hid in the van. I'm trying to remember what happened in the morning, I think we just left and headed back up to VT.

Got the show off the spreadsheet today and listening back for the first time. So far so good.

Another funny story is Page called a guy I knew in iowa city who had a band called vida blue, page told this guy he now had the right to use vida's name, etc and that this guy had to change the name of his band, but page being the gentleman he is would give him 10,000 for the trouble. this dude then renamed his band from vida blue to ten grand.
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