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This entire show was performed by Trey solo acoustic and featured the debut of Bliss and the first Trey acoustic performance of Cool Amber and Mercury. Trey teased Can't Always Listen in The Wedge and quoted Hot in Herre after Farmhouse.

This show was webcast via LivePhish and featured the debut of Mercury and the Phish debuts of How Many People Are You, Heavy Rotation, and Scabbard. Back on the Train included a Heavy Rotation tease from Page and a Streets of Cairo tease from Trey. Do You Feel Like We Do was teased after Maze. Trey teased Little Drummer Boy at the end of Gin.

This show was webcast via LivePhish and featured the debuts of Blaze On, Shade, and No Men In No Man's Land. Mike teased Do You Feel Like We Do before Ghost. The Birds was quoted in Birds of a Feather. Wedge included a Stash tease from Trey and Weekapaug contained a No Men In No Man's Land quote.

Soundcheck: Winterqueen, The Line, Beauty of a Broken Heart, Plasma, Devotion to a Dream

SET 1: Waiting All Night, Free > Poor Heart > Sample in a Jar, Strange Design, 555, Bouncing Around the Room > Reba, Roggae, Simple -> Maze, The Squirming Coil

SET 2: Carini -> Plasma[1], Farmhouse, Halfway to the Moon > Twist, Crosseyed and Painless > Harry Hood > Rocky Top

ENCORE: Wingsuit, Sleeping Monkey > Quinn the Eskimo


Roggae contained an Inca Roads tease from Trey. Tomorrow Never Knows was quoted in Crosseyed. 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 tour-opening gig featured the debut of "Babylon Baby," and though played over ninety times by Phish, the Mike Gordon debut of "Mound."

This gig included the debut of the Mike original "Pretend." The Mike Gordon debut of "Think" (Aretha Franklin) featured Emily Grogan on vocals.

This gig (and the previous night) were part of the Third Annual Pangaea Project Benefit, and featured music, poetry, and multimedia presentations. The show consisted largely of improvised music performed by multiple combinations of musicians, including, notably, a rendition of "You Enjouy Myself." The main participants for the two shows were: Fish (drums); Matt Butler (conductor, percussion); Tony Furtado (banjo, guitar); Kai Ekhardt (bass); Tye North (bass); Jason Hann (percussion); Jamie Masefield (mandolin); Reggie Watts (vocals); Asher Fulero (keyboards); Scott Law (guitar); Horns from the March Fourth Marching Band; and the Axé Didé Music and Dance Group. 

This gig (and the following night) were part of the Third Annual Pangaea Project Benefit, and featured music, poetry, and multimedia presentations. The show consisted largely of improvised music performed by multiple combinations of musicians, including, notably, a rendition of "You Enjouy Myself." The main participants for the two shows were: Fish (drums); Matt Butler (conductor, percussion); Tony Furtado (banjo, guitar); Kai Ekhardt (bass); Tye North (bass); Jason Hann (percussion); Jamie Masefield (mandolin); Reggie Watts (vocals); Asher Fulero (keyboards); Scott Law (guitar); Horns from the March Fourth Marching Band; and the Axé Didé Music and Dance Group. 

The Hackensaw Boys opened. A pre-recorded version of 70 Volt Parade was played over the P.A. as the band took the stage. Sample through Limb By Limb were performed solo acoustic, excepting Invisible and Sleep Again where he was joined by Jennifer and Christina providing backing vocals. Trey teased Stash in Simple Twist Up Dave.

This performance was part of the fourth annual Northwest String Summit. Mike joined YMSB on banjo and vocals for "Molly and Tenbrooks" (traditional), "I'm Lost, I'll Never Find the Way" (The Stanley Brothers) and "Raleigh and Spencer" (traditional).

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Night three of the 2nd annual Everyone Orchestra benefit for the Pangaea Project.

No known setlist


This gig (and the previous night) were part of the Second Annual Pangaea Project Benefit, and featured music, poetry, and multimedia presentations. The show consisted largely of improvised music performed by multiple combinations of musicians.

No known setlist


This gig (and the following night) were part of the Second Annual Pangaea Project Benefit, and featured music, poetry, and multimedia presentations. The show consisted largely of improvised music performed by multiple combinations of musicians.

No known setlist


This gig was a benefit for the Pangaea Project, and featured music, poetry, and multimedia presentations. Two sets of largely improvised music were performed by multiple combinations of musicians, including an improvisational exercise led by Kai Ekhardt and full Everyone Orchestra jams conducted by Tye North. Fish described and led a “Find your own Hey” jam (Phish’s traditional jamming exercise). The encore was a Maya Dornled sing along of “And We Bid You Goodnight.”  The main participants for the two shows were: Fish (drums); Tony Furtado (banjo, guitar); Kai Ekhardt (bass); Maya Dorn (vocals, guitar); Libby Kirkpatrick (vocals, guitar); Jans Ingber (hand drums, vocals); Matt Butler (drums, vocals); Julia Butterfly Hill (poetry); Tye North (conducter, bass, guitar); John Whooley (saxophone); Damian Erskine (bass); Asher Fulero (keyboards, DJ); and Scott Law (guitar). Special guests for this performance were Dennis Kucinich (words, tambourine) and Damien Aiken (saxophone).

No known setlist


This gig was a benefit for the Pangaea Project, and featured music, poetry, and multimedia presentations. Two sets of largely improvised music were performed by multiple combinations of musicians, including an improvisational exercise led by Kai Ekhardt and full Everyone Orchestra jams conducted by Tye North. The main participants for the two shows were: Fish (drums); Tony Furtado (banjo, guitar); Kai Ekhardt (bass); Maya Dorn (vocals, guitar); Libby Kirkpatrick (vocals, guitar); Jans Ingber (hand drums, vocals); Matt Butler (drums, vocals); Julia Butterfly Hill (poetry); Tye North (conducter, bass, guitar); John Whooley (saxophone); Damian Erskine (bass); Asher Fulero (keyboards, DJ); and Scott Law (guitar). Special guests for this performance were Stephen Kent (didgeridoo) and Merry Prankster Ken Babbs (poetry, trombone).

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.

This live promotional appearance for Portland’s KINK-FM 101.9 featured Trey performing solo acoustic between interview segments.

North Mississippi Allstars opened. “Polka Dot Rose” featured Les bantering about the first drummer he ever played with, “Kern, Kern the butter churn.” Les played both bass and banjo during “Birthday Boys.” The Oysterhead debut cover of “Them Changes” was preceded by Trey reminiscing about Phish playing this same venue in 1994. He then noted that “Them Changes” is from one of his favorite power trio albums, the Jimi Hendrix classic Band of Gypsys.

Some humor surrounded the Guyute ending; fans of stage banter will want to seek this segment out. Fish teased Peaches before Limb By Limb and Glide in Simple. This show was officially released as Live Phish 17.

Sweet Adeline was performed without microphones. Tweezer included Buffalo Bill and Norwegian Wood teases. BBFCFM was a shorter version without all verses. Makisupa included a Bloody Well Right (Supertramp) quote from Fish. Trey teased Divided in Hood. The soundcheck's Makisupa was performed as an instrumental. This show is available as an archival release on LivePhish.com.

Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. The YEM vocal jam included quotes of Psycho Killer. "Been you to have any cantaloupe" was repeated multiple times in Antelope. Ginseng Sullivan was performed acoustic and featured Fish on washboard.

Soundcheck: Jam > Dog Log, Blues Jam > Simple > The Fool on the Hill > Arthur's Theme, Sunset Grill, If I Could

SET 1: Halley's Comet > Llama, My Friend, My Friend, Poor Heart > Stash, The Horse > Silent in the Morning > Down with Disease > The Mango Song > Cavern

SET 2: Sample in a Jar, Sparkle > Mike's Song > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove, The Lizards, Julius, Big Ball Jam, Harry Hood, Golgi Apparatus

ENCORE: Ginseng Sullivan[1], Nellie Kane[1], Sweet Adeline[2], Fire


MFMF included Born on the Bayou teases from Page and Trey. Mike's Song contained teases of Today (Smashing Pumpkins) from Trey. Weekapaug, Big Ball Jam, and Hood included I Love Lucy theme teases. Ginseng Sullivan and Nellie Kane were performed acoustic, without microphones, and featured Fish on washboard. Sweet Adeline was also performed without microphones. The soundcheck's Simple led to joking "performances" of limited parts of Fool on the Hill, Arthur's Theme, and Sunset Grill. The soundcheck information is from phish.com.

In the pause during Guelah, Trey said "Ladies and gentlemen, Mr. Neil Young," prompting Page to tease After the Gold Rush. Reba included a Dixie tease and It’s Ice included a Simpsons signal. Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. Nothin' But A Nothin' featured a guest appearance by Baby Gramps, who was also the opening act. This show is available as an archival release on LivePhish.com.

The beginning of My Friend featured Trey on acoustic guitar. Antelope included I Feel the Earth Move and Barracuda teases. Carolina was performed without microphones. The prevalent rumor among audience members (aided, to some extent, by the band and crew helping spread the rumor) was that Neil Young would make a guest appearance. Trey teased Heart of Gold before Llama and Sugar Mountain before Coil. After the Big Ball Jam, Trey looked offstage and introduced “Neil Young,” which turned out to be Henrietta. Fish responded by singing a line of After the Gold Rush before launching into Terrapin.

Ancient Forests Benefit On this afternoon, Phish appeared at a rally and benefit for Ancient Forests. Neil Young, David Crosby, Carole King, Ann and Nancy Wilson from Heart, and Kenny Loggins also performed.

I Didn’t Know featured Fish (introduced by Trey as “Madonna”) on washboard. Bowie included All Fall Down and Simpsons signals; Hood later contained another Simpsons signal and Pink Panther theme and Odd Couple theme teases. The segue from Lengthwise to Maze included an audience assist: the audience continued to sing the Lengthwise chorus after Fish finished, and the Maze high-hat intro completed the transition. Listen at the end of It’s Ice for a brief interlude that later became the tag ending to Axilla Pt. II. Harpua contained Buried Alive, Axle F, and She’s So Cold teases. At the end of Chalk Dust and again before AC/DC Bag, Trey made comments about Bonnie Raitt, who was also playing in town and whom he “has a big crush on.” Sweet Adeline was dedicated to "Nina," who lost her ID and got it back from Trey on stage.

The beginning of My Friend and all of The Horse featured Trey on acoustic guitar. My Friend contained a Sesame Street theme tease from Trey, Llama and Stash contained Can't You Hear Me Knocking teases, Hydrogen contained Call to the Post teases from Trey, and Weekapaug contained a quote by Trey of Is She Really Going Out with Him? (Joe Jackson). Esther's intro contained a Random Note signal and HYHU teases. After Weigh, Trey mentioned that "the Big Ball Jam was born in this very room one year ago today" and wished it a happy birthday, followed by a quick tease of Happy Birthday by Page and Trey wishing happy birthday to "Bob" who was in the audience. Mike dedicated Mike’s Song to himself. The band subsequently included several references to it being “his song.” The Phish debut of Psycho Killer was unfinished.

The Mockingbird narration started with references to The Wizard of Oz and also contained a tease of Miss Gulch / Witch's theme. Bowie had All Fall Down, Simpsons, Turn Turn Turn, and Random Note signals. Weekapaug contained a vocal jam, an On Broadway tease, and was unfinished. Love You featured a trombone solo, as Fish could not get the vacuum to work. BBFCFM featured Trey and Mike diving across the stage to flashing strobe lights. Jim was the opening act.

This gig was part of the University of Oregon’s annual Earth Week celebration; to celebrate, inflatable globes were thrown around the audience. Page teased Dixie in Divided Sky. Antelope included Stash teases from Trey. Fish played trombone on Wilson prior to and during the Secret Language Instructions. The Simpsons, All Fall Down, Turn Turn Turn, and Random Note signals were introduced during the Instructions, with the Random Note signal separately explained before the end of Wilson. YEM included a Simpsons signal and the vocal jam included a Sneakin' Sally through the Alley quote.

This show featured a guest appearance by Artis the Spoonman for Brother and from Brain through Rocky Top. Also, someone (perhaps Trey) played a strange pipe or flute during Brain.

Llama contained multiple false starts. Memories was performed without microphones. Antelope contained Take Me Out to the Ballgame teases by Trey. Copies of this show typically circulated with Alumni Blues and Lizards filler (from an unknown show) at the end of set I.

Trey teased Sailor's Hornpipe in 'A' Train and Heartbreaker in Good Times Bad Times. After Lizards, Trey congratulated the audience (“A lot of people have tried, but you’re the first to have done it!”) for clapping on the beat during the slow end solo. Before Fee, he repeated the compliment: “I hope you didn’t think I was making fun of you ... clapping on the upbeat – wow!”

The Bowie intro contained I Dream of Jeannie theme teases from Page. Before Love You, which included band introductions, Fish noted that his backup Mighty Mite vacuum has the same suction per inch as his broken Electrolux (which he acknowledged as “the greatest vacuum of all”).
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