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This show was webcast via LivePhish and featured the first full TAB performance of Party Time (this had been previously played by the TAB trio in 2018). Sultans of Swing had lyric changes to reference New Orleans and Saturday night.

This show was webcast via LivePhish and featured the first full TAB Back on the Train (this had been previously played solo acoustic and by the TAB trio in 2018), the first Come on Baby Let's Go Downtown since October 23, 2008, and the TAB debut of Evening Song. Somewhere Over the Rainbow was performed a cappella.

This show was webcast via Live Phish. Crazy Sometimes contained Don't Chin The Dog and Flintstones theme teases.

Theme from the Bottom and More were performed by Trey solo acoustic.This show was webcast via LivePhish.

Every Story Ends in Stone was performed for the first time since June 8, 2003. Alaska ended with an Also Sprach Zarathustra tease. Waste was performed by Trey acoustic. Waste and Clint Eastwood featured Jennifer Hartswick on vocals. Mozambique and Clint Eastwood featured Hartswick on trumpet. This show was webcast via LivePhish.

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Earphunk opened. This show took place during the first weekend of the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

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Earphunk opened. This show took place during the first weekend of the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

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.

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This performance took place on the Acura stage.

Mike sat in on bass for the whole show, that was in support of the headliner, Dumpstaphunk.

SET 1: Fixin' to Die [1]


This set was part of the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival and took place on the Acura Stage (full setlist). Page sat in on keyboards for "Fixin' to Die."

SET 1: Unknown Instrumental > Unknown Instrumental, Fire On the Bayou [1] > Unknown Song, Cars > Pull Up to the Bumper > Lady Marmalade, Mother Funk Y'all [2], The Hype and The Hoopla [3], It Ain't No Use[1] > Cissy Strut [4], Unknown Instrumental, The World Is So Crazy, Most Events Aren't Planned [5]


Page joined Russell Batiste and Friends for the entire show.  In addition to Page, the core band consisted of Russell Batiste (drums), Kenny Kane (bass), Tom Fitzpatrick (tenor sax), MC (trumpet), 909 (tenor sax), Kako (keyboards), KC Jr Ian (guitar), Rita Batiste (vocals), and Tiffany Jackson (vocals). "Fire on the Bayou" and "It Ain't No Use" feautured Leo Nocentelli and Jason Neville. Leo Nocentelli also appeared on "The Hype and the Hoopla." "Mother Funk Y'all" featured Oteil Burbridge. "Cissy Strut" featured Mike Gordon, Leo Nocentelli and DJ Logic. The instrumental that followed also featured Mike, along with Bernie Worrell. "The World is So Crazy" featured "Willie Soul Singer" and Oteil Burbridge. "Most Events Aren't Planned" featured Eric Krasno.

This show was billed as the “New Orleans Superjam.” The first set was electric TAB; the second set lineup included Trey, Cyril Neville (The Neville Brothers), Gregory Davis and Roger Lewis (Dirty Dozen Brass Band), Dave Grippo (Giant Country Horns, TAB), and Michael Ray (Sun Ra Arkestra). Bruce “Sunpie” Barnes performed on accordion for the TAB debuts of his originals “Bunny Bread” and “Tomato Song.” “Sneakin’ Sally” featured Mike on bass and contained "Chameleon" teases. “Three Little Birds” featured Mike on bass and Dave Matthews on vocals. “Thank You...” featured both Mike and Peter Chwazik on bass and Dave Matthews on vocals. “Old Habits” was performed by Mike and Trey only, both on acoustic guitars. “46 Days” through the end of the show featured Mike on bass and Ivan Neville on keyboards.

"Mephisto" featured Jamie McLean on guitar. "Hoodoo Voodoo" and "Heartbreaker" featured Scott Metzger on guitar. 

SET 1: Shine On You Crazy Diamond, David Makalaster, Long in the Tooth, Precipitation [1], Wynona's Big Brown Beaver[1], Roof, Highball with the Devil, Buzzards of Green Hill, Intruder, 2000 Light Years From Home, D's Diner, Granny’s Little Yard Gnome, Lights in the Sky, Taxman

ENCORE: Whamola


Mike sat in on bass for “Precipitation” and “Wynona’a Big Brown Beaver.” 

Mike sat in on bass for “Banks of the Deep End” and “On Your Way Down.” This five+ hour marathon included dozens of guests, featuring on bass guitar alone: Mike, Jack Casady, Les Claypool, Roger Glover, Paul Jackson, Jr., Conrad Lozano, Will Lee, Jason Newsted, George Porter, Jr., Greg Rzab, Dave Schools, Rob Wasserman, and Victor Wooten. This gig was released in its entirety as a live double-CD and DVD set, The Deepest End.

Page and Oteil Burbridge – in town with (former) Papa Grows Funk drummer Russell Batiste, Jr. recording the self-titled Vida Blue album – sat in during the listed portion of the second set.

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“The Jaques-Imo’s Café Allstars” lineup for this show and the previous night included Fish, Jamie Masefield, Gregory Davis, Kirk Joseph, Lucien Barbarin, and Tim Laughlin. The shows were billed as “An Evening of Traditional New Orleans Jazz.” There is no known setlist and recordings do not circulate of these shows.

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“The Jaques-Imo’s Café Allstars” lineup for this show and the following night included Fish, Jamie Masefield, Gregory Davis, Kirk Joseph, Lucien Barbarin, and Tim Laughlin. The shows were billed as “An Evening of Traditional New Orleans Jazz.” There is no known setlist and recordings do not circulate of these shows.

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Fish sat in on drums for this gig that also included Fuzz and Robert Somerville from Deep Banana Blackout, John Medeski on keyboards, and Warren Haynes on guitar. The setlist consisted of mostly improvised music.

SET 1: Layin' in the Cut [1]


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 quotes of Jerry Was a Race Car Driver and Reba. All three musicians wore white jumpsuits for this performance. As this was the first public performance of Oysterhead, all songs were Oysterhead debuts.

Sweet Virginia made its Phish debut at this show. The last four songs of the first set featured Michael Ray on trumpet and Tim Green on saxophone. Call to the Post was teased before and during Birds.

SET 1: Flux, Good N' Plenty, Nimbus, Mandoneon, Tuang Guru [1], The Gourd


Fish sat in on conga for Tuang Guru. This show was a co-bill with Béla Fleck and the Flecktones.

SET 1: Cissy Strut [1]


Fish sat in on drums for Cissy Strut.

This gig took place during the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival and was billed as "Jazz Funk of the Future." Trey, Page, and RJ Spangler sat in for the whole show. This setlist is incomplete; the listed songs were officially released in 2003 as Live at Jimmy's. Phish had performed earlier in the weekend on the main stage of JazzFest.

SET 1: Garbage Can Woman [1]


Trey sat in for the entire set, playing along with Sunspots’ guitarist Jim Kebodeaux. Garbage Can Woman featured Sunpie (on harmonica), Jim, and Trey sitting on the edge of the stage after Sunpie said: “I don’t think they can hear us. Let’s get out on the porch.” This performance was part of the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival and took place on the Fais Do-Do Stage; Phish had performed earlier in the weekend on the Main Stage of JazzFest.

Soundcheck: Funky Bitch, Poor Heart, Blues Jam, Wolfman’s Brother

SET 1: Ya Mar, AC/DC Bag > Sparkle > Stash, Cars Trucks Buses[1], You Enjoy Myself -> Wolfman's Brother[2] > Scent of a Mule > Also Sprach Zarathustra > Harry Hood > Sample in a Jar, A Day in the Life > David Bowie

ENCORE: Hello My Baby, Cavern


This single-set performance was part of the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. Ya Mar included a When the Saints Go Marching In tease. Cars Trucks Buses featured Michael Ray on trumpet. The first two verses of Wolfman’s Brother were performed a cappella as they came out of the YEM vocal jam. David Bowie included a strong Caravan jam. Trey teased The Rover in Cavern. This show was made available as an archival release on LivePhish.com with all proceeds going to Tipitina's Foundation and the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.

Amazing Grace was sung first by the band without microphones, and then by audience member “Nathan,” a gospel singer with microphones. The jam out of Keyboard Army featured Medeski, Martin, and Wood, as well as Fish on vacuum and trombone and contained DEG teases from Mike. My Long Journey Home and I’m Blue I’m Lonesome were performed acoustic and without microphones. The opening act was Medeski, Martin, & Wood.

Trey and Fish sat in for the whole show. This gig featured a mix of the “North” and “South” Cosmic Krewe lineups. This list reflects portions of the two sets performed that evening and is likely out of order; many of the songs listed are included on Michael Ray and The Cosmic Krewe’s 2003 release, Live at Jimmy’s.

Nellie Kane, Beaumont Rag, and Foreplay/Long Time were performed acoustic. Ya Mar and Cavern featured Michael Ray on trumpet and shaker and Carl Gerhard on trumpet. Ya Mar also contained a Salt Peanuts tease.

It’s Ice included a Right Off (Miles Davis) tease. YEM through Cavern featured the Cosmic Country Horns: Michael Ray and Carl “Geerz” Gerhard on trumpet, Dave “The Truth” Grippo on alto sax, Tony Tate on tenor sax, Jerome Theriot on baritone sax, and Rick Trolsen on trombone. Wolfman's featured an Alumni Blues jam. Suzy ended with a jazz jam involving a megaphone on Trey’s guitar and an electric screwdriver on Mike’s bass. Trey dedicated Antelope to his friend, who was, at that moment, giving birth. He recommended that she name the child “Marco Esquandolas.” Cavern contained Rebirth of Slick (Cool Like Dat) teases.

This performance was on the final night of New Orleans’ annual Mardi Gras celebration. Page teased Manteca at the end of Fee. The Horse and the beginning of My Friend featured Trey on acoustic guitar. During I Didn't Know, Trey introduced Fish as "Henrietta, Tubbs, Showboat Gertrude, The Little Friar, The Little Beast Boy... Madonna's Sister" and Fish played the Madonna washboard while Trey and Mike loaded Mardi Gras beads on his head. During YEM, Phish sang "Water your team in a beehive I'm a-sent you" alternate lyrics. It’s My Life (Bruce "Sunpie" Barnes), Loup Garou (Bruce "Sunpie" Barnes) and Choo Choo Ch’ Boogie (Louis Jordan) were all Phish debuts and featured Barnes on washboard, harp, and lead vocals. Amazing Grace was performed without microphones.

Memories was performed without microphones. Bowie through HYHU featured members of The Aquarium Rescue Unit. Reba and Bowie contained DEG teases, and A Train included a Dixie tease from Trey. Possum contained Barney Miller theme and Can't Turn You Loose teases in the intro and four Charlie Chan signals and Simpsons, Oom Pa Pa, Random Laugh, and Key Change signals. Rocky Top was announced as the ARU’s favorite song. The second set of this show was remastered and released as part of the archival New Orleans Relief Download release to benefit victims of Hurricane Katrina. New Orleans Relief is available at LivePhish.com with all proceeds benefiting the Tipitina's Foundation and the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation. The Aquarium Rescue Unit was the opening act.

Possum contained an Charlie Chan and Oom Pa Pa signals and a Dave's Energy Guide tease. Buried Alive contained a Sailor's Hornpipe tease from Trey. Bowie featured Charlie Chan and Random Note signals.
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