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Link Glen Schweitzer’s Jalapeno Brothers, Sunday, 01/24/1999
Red Square, Burlington, VT

Notes: This show featured guests Mike, Vassar Clements, and Buddy Cage. There is no known setlist for this show and recordings do not circulate.

Musicians: Mike Gordon (Guest), Vassar Clements (Guest), Buddy Cage (Guest)

   

Link Masefield, Perkins & Gordon, Thursday, 02/04/1999
Slade Hall, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT

Set 1: Nardis[1], Devil's Dream[1], Minor Swing, So What, Yardbird Suite, Unknown, Red Haired Boy, Air Mail Special, Ain't Love Funny, All Blues, Ballad for Trio, Scrapple from the Apple, St. Thomas

[1] Masefield & Perkins only (no Mike).

Notes: This gig took place in the Slade Hall basement. Mike did not perofrm on "Nardis" and "Devil's Dream." After “Yardbird Suite” there was extensive banter about each of the musician's experiences in Slade Hall over the years. "Cat Scratch Fever" was teased before "St. Thomas."

Musicians: Mike Gordon, Jamie Masefield, Doug Perkins

         

Link Trey Anastasio Band, Monday, 02/15/1999
Higher Ground, Winooski, VT

Set 1: Dirt[1], Dogs Stole Things[1], Runaway Jim[1], Brian and Robert[1], Guyute[1], Driver[1], Chalk Dust Torture[1]

Set 2: Come On Baby, Let's Go Downtown[2], Gotta Jibboo[3], O-o-h Child[2], Tops Off[3], I Can See Clearly Now[2], Come On (Part One)[2], Mozambique, Bell Bottom Blues[2], Sand > Drums[4], Possum[2] > First Tube

Encore: Aqui Como Alla[2], Row Jimmy[2], Last Tube

[1] Trey solo acoustic; TAB debut.
[2] TAB debut.
[3] Debut.
[4] Trey on second drum kit.

Notes: This gig was a benefit for Very Special Arts of Vermont and was the first ever “Trey Anastasio”-billed performance. "Gotta Jibboo" and "Tops Off" were debuts. All other songs were TAB debuts, excepting “First Tube,” “Last Tube,” “Mozambique,” and “Sand” (that debuted on 4/17/98).

Musicians: Trey Anastasio, Russ Lawton, Tony Markellis

 

Link Trey Anastasio, Monday, 02/22/1999
Carnegie Hall, New York, NY

Set 1: Spring Waterfall[1], Brian and Robert[2], Dirt[3], Billy Breathes[4]

[1] Trey on electric guitar and Philip Glass on piano.
[2] Trey on acoustic, Nawang Khechog on Tibetan long flute and Foday Musa Suso on kora.
[3] Trey solo acoustic.
[4] Trey on acoustic and Peter Kater on piano.

Notes: This performance was part of the annual Tibet House benefit. Philip Glass played piano on his original instrumental composition, “Spring Waterfall,” with Trey on electric guitar. The remainder of the set featured Trey on acoustic guitar. “Brian and Robert” featured Nawang Khechog on Tibetan long flute and Foday Musa Suso on kora. Trey performed “Dirt” solo acoustic. “Billy Breathes” featured Peter Kater on piano. Trey also joined Patti Smith on electric guitar for the show’s finale, “People Have the Power.” Other artists on the bill included Chaksam-pa, Cibo Matto, Sean Lennon, Shawn Colvin and R.E.M.

Musicians: Trey Anastasio, Philip Glass (Guest), Nawang Khechog (Guest), Foday Musa Suso (Guest), Peter Kater (Guest)

 

Link Smokin' Grass, Thursday, 03/04/1999
Higher Ground, Winooski, VT

Set 1: John Hardy[1], Salt Creek[1], Hold to a Dream[1], Caravan[1], One Way Rider[1], Midnight Moonlight[1]

[1] With Mike on banjo and vocals.

Notes: Mike joined the band for several songs on vocals and banjo.

Musicians: Mike Gordon (Guest)

 

Link The Dude of Life Band, Saturday, 03/06/1999
Tammany Hall, Worcester, MA

Set 1: Tow Truck Driver[1], Bullets in the Rainbow[1]

[1] With Fish.

Notes: In addition to Fish, these two songs also featured members of the opening act, Foxtrot Zulu.

Musicians: Steve Pollak ("The Dude of Life"), Dan Archer, Aaron Hersey, Phil Abair, Jon Fishman (Guest)

 

Link Glen Schweitzer’s Jalapeno Brothers, Sunday, 03/21/1999
The Matterhorn, Stowe, VT

Set 1: Goin' Down the Road Feeling Bad[1], Love the One You're With[1], Friend of the Devil[1], Rocky Top[1], Turn On Your Love Light[1]

[1] With Mike.

Notes: This setlist is incomplete. This show featured guests Mike, Vassar Clements, and Buddy Cage.

Musicians: Mike Gordon (Guest), Vassar Clements (Guest), Buddy Cage (Guest)

 

Link Derek Trucks Band, Friday, 03/26/1999
Higher Ground, Winooski, VT

Set 1: Mr. P.C.[1]

[1] With Page.

Notes: Page sat in on keyboards during this opening set for Gov’t Mule.

Musicians: Derek Trucks, Kofi Burbridge, Page McConnell (Guest)

 

Link Vermont Jazz All-Stars, Wednesday, 03/31/1999
Tuttle Middle School Auditorium, South Burlington, VT

Set 1: Joe's Slow Blues Medley in C, House of Gold, Caravan, Shake Everything You Got

Notes: The Tuttle Middle School Jazz Band, led by Dave Grippo, performed their annual spring concert. Then Trey, along with the rest of the Vermont Jazz All-Stars joined Grippo for this set of jazz.

Musicians: Trey Anastasio, Dave Grippo, James Harvey, Stacy Starkweather, Big Joe Burrell, Jeff Salisbury, Bruce Sklar

 

Link Pork Tornado, Thursday, 04/01/1999
Higher Ground, Winooski, VT

Set 1: Everything I Do Gonh Be Funky (From Now On), Pork Tornado, Mary Don't Take Me On No Bad Trip, Do You Know What I Mean?, Get Down Tonight, Trouble Every Day > Who Knows Jam > Tequila Jam > Trouble Every Day

Set 2: Jungle Boogie > Irish Jig, Kiss My Black Ass > I Don't Mind 'Cause I'm Blind, Sex Machine > Shake Your Money Maker > Sex Machine

Encore: Dreams to Remember

Notes: Flan opened. “Pork Tornado” included a “Voodoo Child” tease. Before covering Zappa’s “Trouble Every Day,” Dan Archer did a brief spoof on “If I Had A Hammer.”

Musicians: Jon Fishman, Dan Archer, Aaron Hersey, Joe Moore, Phil Abair

 

Link Pork Tornado, Friday, 04/02/1999
Pickle Barrel Pub, Killington, VT

Notes: There is no known setlist for this show and recordings do not circulate.

Musicians: Jon Fishman, Dan Archer, Aaron Hersey, Joe Moore, Phil Abair

   

Link Pork Tornado, Monday, 04/05/1999
Stone Coast Brewing Co., Portland, ME

Notes: There is no known setlist for this show and recordings do not circulate.

Musicians: Jon Fishman, Dan Archer, Aaron Hersey, Joe Moore, Phil Abair

 

Link Pork Tornado, Tuesday, 04/06/1999
The Paradise, Boston, MA

Notes: There is no known setlist for this show and recordings do not circulate.

Musicians: Jon Fishman, Dan Archer, Aaron Hersey, Joe Moore, Phil Abair

   

Link Pork Tornado, Thursday, 04/08/1999
Toad's Place, New Haven, CT

Notes: There is no known setlist for this show and recordings do not circulate.

Musicians: Jon Fishman, Dan Archer, Aaron Hersey, Joe Moore, Phil Abair

 

Link Jorma Kaukonen, Friday, 04/09/1999
Higher Ground, Winooski, VT

Set 1: Genesis[1], AK-47[1], I Know You Rider[1]

[1] With Trey.

Notes: Trey sat in on guitar for the above songs.

Musicians: Trey Anastasio (Guest)

 

Link Pork Tornado, Saturday, 04/10/1999
Tramps, New York, NY

Notes: There is no known setlist for this show and recordings do not circulate.

Musicians: Jon Fishman, Dan Archer, Aaron Hersey, Joe Moore, Phil Abair

   

Link Phil Lesh & Phriends, Monday, 04/12/1999
Club Front, San Rafael, CA

Set 1: Help on the Way[1] > Slipknot![1] > Franklin's Tower[1], Shakedown Street[1], The Wheel[1], Stella Blue[1], Ghost[1], Taste[1], Waste[1], Prince Caspian[1], Also Sprach Zarathustra[1]

[1] Private rehearsal.

Notes: This was a private practice session for the upcoming Warfield shows. This setlist is unconfirmed and no recording is known to circulate.

Musicians: Trey Anastasio, Page McConnell, Phil Lesh, John Molo, Steve Kimock

 

Link Trey Anastasio, Monday, 04/12/1999
Sweetwater Saloon, Mill Valley, CA

Set 1: Dirt[1], Brian and Robert[1], When the Circus Comes[1]

[1] Trey solo acoustic.

Notes: Trey performed a short solo acoustic set during an open mic night.

Musicians: Trey Anastasio

     

Link Phil Lesh & Phriends, Thursday, 04/15/1999
Warfield Theatre, San Francisco, CA

Set 1: Hello Old Friend, Viola Lee Blues, Big Railroad Blues, Jack-a-Roe, Cosmic Charley, Wolfman's Brother > Uncle John's Band

Set 2: Alabama Getaway, Sugaree, Like a Rolling Stone -> I Know You Rider, Row Jimmy, Shakedown Street > The Wheel > Not Fade Away

Encore: Donor Rap, Mr. Tambourine Man

Notes:Hello Old Friend” (Eric Clapton) featured Phil Lesh on bass and vocals, Steve Kimock on guitar, and Phil’s sons Brian and Grahame on vocals (no Trey or Page). This was Phil's first public performance since undergoing liver transplant surgery in 1998, and the first of many collaborations between members of Phish and The Grateful Dead.

Musicians: Trey Anastasio, Page McConnell, Phil Lesh, John Molo, Steve Kimock

 

Link Phil Lesh & Phriends, Friday, 04/16/1999
Warfield Theatre, San Francisco, CA

Set 1: Help on the Way > Slipknot! > Franklin's Tower, Wish You Were Here > Tennessee Jed, Stella Blue[1], Alligator

Set 2: Bertha[2] > Prince Caspian, St. Stephen -> The Eleven > Unbroken Chain, Chalk Dust Torture > Mountains of the Moon > Scarlet Begonias[2] -> Fire on the Mountain[2]

Encore: Donor Rap, Ripple[3]

[1] Instrumental.
[2] Donna Jean Godchaux on additional vocals.
[3] Acoustic; Donna Jean Godchaux on additional vocals.

Notes: “Stella Blue” was performed instrumental with Steve Kimock on pedal steel. This gig featured the first known performance of “Alligator” by a member of The Grateful Dead since April 29, 1971. “Dark Star,” “St. Stephen” and “Mike’s Song” were teased prior to “Bertha.” “Ripple” was performed acoustic. Donna Jean Godchaux provided additional vocals for “Bertha,” “Scarlet Begonias,” "Fire on the Mountain" and “Ripple.”

Musicians: Trey Anastasio, Page McConnell, Phil Lesh, John Molo, Steve Kimock, Donna Jean Godchaux (Guest)

 

Link Phil Lesh & Phriends, Saturday, 04/17/1999
Warfield Theatre, San Francisco, CA

Soundcheck: Terrapin Station, Eyes of the World, My Favorite Things

Set 1: Dark Star[1] -> It's Up to You, Days Between -> Dark Star[2] -> My Favorite Things, Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodleloo[3], Bird Song[3]

Set 2: Terrapin Station > Down with Disease -> Dark Star[4] > Friend of the Devil, Casey Jones[5], Morning Dew, Goin' Down the Road Feeling Bad[3] -> And We Bid You Goodnight[3]

Encore: Donor Rap, Box of Rain

[1] Instrumental.
[2] First verse.
[3] Donna Jean Godchaux on additional vocals.
[4] Second verse.
[5] "Trouble ahead, Phil in Red!"

Notes: Donna Jean Godchaux provided additional vocals on “Mississippi Half-Step,” “Bird Song,” “GDTRFB” and “AWBYG.” The outro jam after the second verse of “Dark Star” included a brief jam on “The Other One.” “Casey Jones” featured alternate lyrics from Trey “Trouble ahead, Phil in Red!”

Musicians: Trey Anastasio, Page McConnell, Phil Lesh, John Molo, Steve Kimock, Donna Jean Godchaux (Guest)

 

Link Santana, Sunday, 04/18/1999
The Fillmore, San Francisco, CA

Set 1: Living Space[1], Serpents and Doves[1], Day of Celebration[1], Right On/Get On[1], Everybody's Everything[1], Dance Sister Dance[1]

[1] Page on keyboards and Trey on guitar.

Notes: Trey and Page, having just completed their run with Phil & Phriends, sat in on the listed songs. 

Musicians: Raul Rekow, Carlos Santana, Karl Perazzo, Chester D. Thompson, Alec Evans, Chris DiNoia, Trey Anastasio (Guest), Page McConnell (Guest)

 

Link Jazz Mandolin Project, Sunday, 04/25/1999
Tipitina's Uptown, New Orleans, LA

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

[1] Fish on conga.

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

Musicians: Jamie Masefield, Chris Dahlgren, Ari Hoenig, Jon Fishman (Guest)

 

Link Trey Anastasio Band, Monday, 05/03/1999
Michigan Theater, Ann Arbor, MI

Set 1: Farmhouse[1], Snowflakes in the Sand[2], Mountains in the Mist[2], Bouncing Around the Room[1], The Inlaw Josie Wales[2], Guyute[3], Brian and Robert[3], Possum[3]

Set 2: O-o-h Child, Mozambique, Come On Baby, Let's Go Downtown, Gotta Jibboo, Keyboard Solo, Then Came You, First Tube, Sand, I Can See Clearly Now, Will It Go Round in Circles?[4], Drums[5], Silicone Fairy

Encore: Aqui Como Alla, Voodoo Child (Slight Return)[4]

[1] Trey solo acoustic; TAB debut.
[2] Trey solo acoustic; Debut.
[3] Trey solo acoustic.
[4] TAB debut.
[5] Trey on second drum kit.

Notes: First set Trey solo acoustic, second set electric TAB. The Anastasio/Marshall original we now know as “Mountains in the Mist” was introduced as “Bake and Boil” and was a debut, as was “Snowflakes in the Sand.” The covers of The Spinners’ “Then Came You,” Hendrix’s “Voodoo Child (Slight Return)” and Billy Preston’s “Will it Go Round in Circles?” were all TAB debuts. Trey allowed the fans to name the instrumental now known as “The Inlaw Josie Wales” – also a debut – that was named “Minestrone” at the time. Phish staples “Bouncing Around the Room” and “Farmhouse” rounded out Trey’s debuts for the evening. Trey’s keyboard solo included an “Axel F” tease. Before “Brian and Robert” Trey then offered a rambling monologue where he mistook a single confused person on the Internet with “the confused people on the Internet” and further mistakenly asserted that fans online would be “confused by the unknown songs.” He then introduced “Brian and Robert” as “Voodoo Child.”

Musicians: Trey Anastasio, Russ Lawton, Tony Markellis

 

Link Trey Anastasio Band, Tuesday, 05/04/1999
Murat Theatre, Indianapolis, IN

Set 1: Dirt[1], Dogs Stole Things[1], Mountains in the Mist[1], Snowflakes in the Sand[1], The Inlaw Josie Wales[1], Talk[2], Bathtub Gin[3], Kissed By Mist[1], Back on the Train[4], Wading in the Velvet Sea[2], Chalk Dust Torture[1]

Set 2: Will It Go Round in Circles?, First Tube, O-o-h Child, Bell Bottom Blues, Heavy Things, Windora Bug[5], Somantin[5], Andre the Giant[5], I Can See Clearly Now, Sand > Drums[6], Voodoo Child (Slight Return)

Encore: Row Jimmy, Last Tube > Come On Baby, Let's Go Downtown

[1] Trey solo acoustic.
[2] Trey solo acoustic; TAB debut.
[3] Trey solo acoustic; TAB debut; dedicated to fans Ali McDowell and Jesse Jarnow.
[4] Trey solo acoustic; debut.
[5] Debut.
[6] Trey on second drum kit.

Notes: First set Trey solo acoustic, second set electric TAB. “Bathtub Gin” was dedicated to Ali and Jesse (fans Ali McDowell and Jesse Jarnow) for temporarily naming “The Inlaw Josie Wales” as “Minestrone.” Phish staples “Bathtub Gin,” “Talk” and “Wading in the Velvet Sea” were TAB debuts; the Anastasio/Marshall originals “Andre the Giant,” “Back on the Train,” “Somantin” and “Windora Bug” were debuts.

Musicians: Trey Anastasio, Russ Lawton, Tony Markellis

 

Link Trey Anastasio Band, Thursday, 05/06/1999
Riviera Theatre, Chicago, IL

Set 1: Back on the Train[1], Farmhouse[1], The Inlaw Josie Wales[1], Sample in a Jar[2], Driver[1], Snowflakes in the Sand[1], Brian and Robert[1], When the Circus Comes[2], Mountains in the Mist[1], Punch You In the Eye[3] > Runaway Jim[2]

Set 2: First Tube, Will It Go Round in Circles?, Gotta Jibboo, Heavy Things, Tops Off > I Can See Clearly Now, Sand, Aqui Como Alla, O-o-h Child, Somantin, Windora Bug, Come On (Part One)

Encore: Silicone Fairy

[1] Trey solo acoustic.
[2] Trey solo acoustic; TAB debut.
[3] Trey solo acoustic; TAB debut. Trey whistled the guitar lines in the "Landlady" segment.

Notes: First set Trey solo acoustic, second set electric TAB. During “PYITE,” Trey whistled the lead guitar lines for the “Landlady” segment. “Sample,” “When the Circus Comes,” “PYITE” and “Runaway Jim” were TAB debuts.

Musicians: Trey Anastasio, Russ Lawton, Tony Markellis

 

Link Trey Anastasio Band, Friday, 05/07/1999
American Theater, St. Louis, MO

Set 1: Back on the Train[1], Wolfman's Brother[2], Farmhouse[1], Dogs Stole Things[1], Bouncing Around the Room[1], Kissed By Mist[1], Mountains in the Mist[1], Guyute[1], Wading in the Velvet Sea[1], Prince Caspian[2], Aftermath[3], AC/DC Bag[3]

Set 2: Further On Up the Road[4], First Tube, Come On Baby, Let's Go Downtown, Gotta Jibboo, Voodoo Child (Slight Return), Aqui Como Alla, O-o-h Child, Heavy Things, Come On (Part One), Sand > Drums[5], Mozambique, I Can See Clearly Now

Encore: Andre the Giant, Will It Go Round in Circles? > Last Tube

[1] Trey solo acoustic.
[2] Trey solo acoustic; TAB debut.
[3] TAB debut; Trey acoustic with Roger Halloway.
[4] TAB debut.
[5] Trey on second drum kit.

Notes: First set Trey solo acoustic, second set electric TAB. “Wolfman’s Brother” included Trey recalling a story about when he met Fish; he compared Fish’s role as “Wolfman’s Brother” in Phish to Paul McCartney’s role as “The Walrus” in The Beatles. After “Prince Caspian” Trey talked about his friend, Roger Halloway. Roger then joined Trey for “Aftermath” (that he co-wrote) and “AC/DC Bag” (that contains his name in the lyrics). This show features the only known public performance of “Aftermath.” “Last Tube” included a “Happy Birthday” tease after Tony Markellis mentioned that it was a crew member’s birthday. “Wolfman’s Brother,” “Prince Caspian,” “AC/DC Bag,” and “Further On Up the Road” were TAB debuts.

Musicians: Trey Anastasio, Russ Lawton, Tony Markellis

 

Link Trey Anastasio Band, Saturday, 05/08/1999
Oscar Mayer Theatre, Madison, WI

Set 1: Back on the Train[1], The Inlaw Josie Wales[1], Farmhouse[1], Snowflakes in the Sand[1], Alumni Blues[2], Billy Breathes[3], Mountains in the Mist[1], Chalk Dust Torture[1], When the Circus Comes[1], Kissed By Mist[1], Fluffhead[4], Brian and Robert[1]

Set 2: First Tube, Will It Go Round in Circles?, Gotta Jibboo, Further On Up the Road, Mozambique, O-o-h Child, Somantin, Aqui Como Alla, Sand > Drums[5], Come On (Part One), Bug[6], Heavy Things

Encore: Windora Bug, Voodoo Child (Slight Return)

[1] Trey solo acoustic.
[2] Trey solo acoustic; TAB debut. Dedicated to students skipping finals to see the show.
[3] Trey on piano. Interrupted by Trey telling story about Neil Young.
[4] Trey solo acoustic; TAB debut. No "Fluff's Travels."
[5] Trey on second drum kit.
[6] TAB debut.

Notes: First set Trey solo acoustic, second set electric TAB. “Alumni Blues” was dedicated to the students who were skipping finals to see the show. Trey performed “Billy Breathes” on piano; this was interrupted by Trey relating a story about a conversation that he had with Neil Young, when Neil recommended that Trey move around during the solo set to keep the audience interested. “Fluffhead” was not followed by “Fluff’s Travels.” “Alumni,” “Fluffhead” and "Bug" were TAB debuts. This gig was originally scheduled to take place at the Madison Civic Center and was later rescheduled for the smaller Oscar Meyer Theatre.

Musicians: Trey Anastasio, Russ Lawton, Tony Markellis

 

Link Trey Anastasio Band, Monday, 05/10/1999
Thomas Wolfe Auditorium, Asheville, NC

Set 1: Farmhouse[1], Wading in the Velvet Sea[1], Back on the Train[1], Name[2], The Inlaw Josie Wales[1], Strange Design[2], Snowflakes in the Sand[1], Kissed By Mist[1], Billy Breathes[3], Roggae[1] > The Man Who Stepped Into Yesterday[1], Possum[1]

Set 2: The Wind Cries Mary[4], Further On Up the Road, Heavy Things, Will It Go Round in Circles?, Gotta Jibboo, O-o-h Child, Bug, Windora Bug, First Tube > Drums[5], Sand

Encore: I Can See Clearly Now

[1] Trey solo acoustic.
[2] Trey solo acoustic; TAB debut.
[3] Trey on piano.
[4] TAB debut.
[5] Trey on second drum kit.

Notes: First set Trey solo acoustic, second set electric TAB. “Billy Breathes” was performed on piano. This show marked the Trey Anastasio debut of “Name” as well as the Phish staple “Strange Design” and the cover of Hendrix’s “The Wind Cries Mary.”

Musicians: Trey Anastasio, Russ Lawton, Tony Markellis

 

Link Trey Anastasio Band, Tuesday, 05/11/1999
9:30 Club, Washington, DC

Set 1: Back on the Train[1], Farmhouse[1], Kissed By Mist[1], Snowflakes in the Sand[1], Bathtub Gin[2], Sample in a Jar[1], Driver[1], Name[1], Billy Breathes[3], Sleep[4], Blue and Shiny[4]

Set 2: Gotta Jibboo, Will It Go Round in Circles?, First Tube, O-o-h Child, Heavy Things, Sand > Drums[5], I Can See Clearly Now, Aqui Como Alla, Voodoo Child (Slight Return)

Encore: Row Jimmy

[1] Trey solo acoustic.
[2] Trey solo acoustic; Dedicated to Susannah Goodman.
[3] Trey on piano.
[4] Trey acoustic with Tom Marshall on additional vocals.
[5] Trey on second drum kit.

Notes: First set Trey solo acoustic, second set electric TAB. Trey dedicated “Bathtub Gin” to the author of its lyrics, Susannah Goodman. As with the night before, Trey played “Name” after a lengthy introduction of another song; this time, it was “Mountains in the Mist.” Trey talked about how on this solo tour there were three sets of “duologies,” or songs related to each other. “Billy Breathes” was played on piano. Tom Marshall provided additional vocals for “Sleep” and “Blue and Shiny.” 

Musicians: Trey Anastasio, Russ Lawton, Tony Markellis, Tom Marshall (Guest)

   

Link Trey Anastasio Band, Thursday, 05/13/1999
SUNY-Binghamton Concert Theater, Binghamton, NY

Set 1: Farmhouse[1], Back on the Train[1], Driver[1], Guyute[1], Kissed By Mist[2], Name[3], Mountains in the Mist[1], Wading in the Velvet Sea[1], Brian and Robert[1], Billy Breathes[4], Sleep[4], Blue and Shiny[5], Waste[6]

Set 2: Gotta Jibboo, The Wind Cries Mary, Will It Go Round in Circles?, Windora Bug, Further On Up the Road, First Tube -> Sand, O-o-h Child > Drums[7], Smells Like Teen Spirit[8], Silicone Fairy

Encore: I Can See Clearly Now, Come On Baby, Let's Go Downtown

[1] Trey solo acoustic.
[2] Trey solo acoustic; dedicated to Julia Butterfly Hill
[3] Trey solo acoustic; dedicated to SUNY-Binghamton students.
[4] Trey on piano.
[5] Trey acoustic with Tom Marshall on additional vocals.
[6] TAB debut. Trey acoustic with Tom Marshall on additional vocals.
[7] Trey on second drum kit.
[8] One verse.

Notes: “Kissed by Mist” was dedicated to Julia Butterfly Hill. Trey dedicated “Name” to the SUNY- Binghamton graduating seniors who made this show a stop on their “pub crawl”; Trey notes this same group at the end of the 2nd set and the end of the encore, which was dedicated to them. Trey performed “Billy Breathes” and “Sleep” on piano. “Blue and Shiny” and “Waste” featured Tom Marshall on vocals. “Smells Like Teen Spirit” was played jokingly for a fan that screamed out the title after Trey announced that the band would play one more song; they played one verse but ditched it in favor of “Silicone Fairy.” "Waste" was a TAB debut. This gig was originally scheduled to take place at SUNY-Binghamton’s Anderson Center.

Musicians: Trey Anastasio, Russ Lawton, Tony Markellis, Tom Marshall (Guest)

     

Link Trey Anastasio Band, Friday, 05/14/1999
State Theatre, Portland, ME

Set 1: The Inlaw Josie Wales[1], Back on the Train[1], When the Circus Comes[1], Snowflakes in the Sand[1], Water in the Sky[1], Farmhouse[1], Wolfman's Brother[1] > Feel Like Making Love[2], Name[1], Billy Breathes[3], Runaway Jim[1], Kissed By Mist[1]

Set 2: First Tube, Will It Go Round in Circles?, Gotta Jibboo, Heavy Things, Tops Off, O-o-h Child, Sand > Drums[4], Voodoo Child (Slight Return)

Encore: Aqui Como Alla, I Can See Clearly Now, Last Tube

[1] Trey solo acoustic.
[2] Trey solo acoustic; TAB debut.
[3] Trey on piano.
[4] Trey on second drum kit.

Notes: First set Trey solo acoustic, second set electric TAB. Alluding to the raunchy nature of a general admission show, after “Wolfman’s Brother” Trey launched into a chorus of “Feel Like Makin’ Love” (a Trey debut). Regarding the Trey/Tom song “Name,” Trey noted that it was the partner song to “Feel Like Makin’ Love” and was written about a typical “last call” at a bar. Trey performed “Billy Breathes” on piano. “Kissed By Mist” was dedicated to Julia Butterfly Hill. Tony introduced “Tops Off” as a blues standard, but admitted that no one knows what the song is really about. Tony also introduced the band at the end of the encore and thanked the crew while indirectly referencing the Chris Kuroda fan club, ‘CK5.’

Musicians: Trey Anastasio, Russ Lawton, Tony Markellis

 

Link Jazz Mandolin Project, Saturday, 05/15/1999
The Quad, Hobart College, Geneva, NY

Notes: This free show was part of the Hobart Folk Festival.

Musicians: Jon Fishman, Jamie Masefield, Chris Dahlgren

 

Link Trey Anastasio Band, Saturday, 05/15/1999
Palace Theatre, Albany, NY

Set 1: The Inlaw Josie Wales[1], Back on the Train[1], Farmhouse[1], Kissed By Mist[1], Beauty of My Dreams[1], Wading in the Velvet Sea[1], Snowflakes in the Sand[1], Possum[1], Billy Breathes[2], Name[1]

Set 2: Heavy Things, First Tube, Windora Bug, Mozambique, Gotta Jibboo, Bell Bottom Blues, Keyboard Solo, Sand > Drums[3], Come On (Part One)

Encore: The Wind Cries Mary, O-o-h Child

[1] Trey solo acoustic.
[2] Trey on piano.
[3] Trey on second drum kit.

Notes: First set Trey solo acoustic, second set electric TAB. “Kissed by Mist” was dedicated to Julia Butterfly Hill. Trey played along with the audience during “Possum,” picking up a drink while the crowd sustained the chorus. “Billy Breathes” was performed on piano. During “Mozambique” Trey introduced the band, and then himself as the “Bad Lieutenant.” 

Musicians: Trey Anastasio, Russ Lawton, Tony Markellis

 

Link Trey Anastasio Band, Monday, 05/17/1999
The Flynn Theatre, Burlington, VT

Set 1: Farmhouse[1], Snowflakes in the Sand[1], Brian and Robert[1], Driver[1], Back on the Train[1], Mountains in the Mist[1], Runaway Jim[1], Billy Breathes[2]

Set 2: The Wind Cries Mary, Heavy Things, First Tube, O-o-h Child, Sand > Drums, I Can See Clearly Now, Aqui Como Alla, Come On Baby, Let's Go Downtown, Mozambique, Then Came You[3], Last Tube[3]

Encore: Further On Up the Road[4], Voodoo Child (Slight Return)[5]

[1] Trey solo acoustic.
[2] Trey on piano.
[3] With the Frederick Tuttle Middle School Jazz Band.
[4] With Mike, Page, Fish, and Dave Grippo.
[5] With Mike, Page, and Fish.

Notes: This show was a benefit for the Committee on Temporary Shelter in Burlington. First set Trey solo acoustic, second set electric TAB. Trey performed "Billy Breathes" on piano. During the intermission, Dave Grippo conducted the Frederick Tuttle Middle School Jazz Band (they played "In the Mood," "Jumpin' at the Woodside," and "I Feel Good."). Trey joined the band for "I Feel Good." The middle school band then returned the favor on "Then Came You" and "Last Tube." Grippo stayed on stage for "Further On Up the Road" and was joined by Mike, Page, and Fish (and Russ and Tony). Grippo then left the stage, and Mike, Fish and Page performed "Voodoo Child" with TAB.

Musicians: Trey Anastasio, Russ Lawton, Tony Markellis, Page McConnell (Guest), Jon Fishman (Guest), Mike Gordon (Guest), Dave Grippo (Guest)

 

Link Grippo Funk Band, Monday, 05/17/1999
Red Square, Burlington, VT

Notes: Mike sat in for a portion of this show that served as the unofficial after show party for Trey’s Flynn Theatre performance earlier in the evening.

Musicians: Dave Grippo, Mike Gordon (Guest)

 

Link Trey Anastasio Band, Wednesday, 05/19/1999
The Fillmore Auditorium, Denver, CO

Set 1: Taste[1], Farmhouse[1], Brian and Robert[1], Mountains in the Mist[1], Back on the Train[1], Wading in the Velvet Sea[1], Billy Breathes[2], When the Circus Comes[1], Name[1], Guyute[1]

Set 2: First Tube, Gotta Jibboo, Heavy Things, Will It Go Round in Circles?, O-o-h Child, Aqui Como Alla, Keyboard Solo > Sand > Drums[3], I Can See Clearly Now

Encore: Windora Bug > Voodoo Child (Slight Return)

[1] Trey solo acoustic.
[2] Trey on piano.
[3] Trey on second drum kit.

Notes: First set Trey solo acoustic, second set electric TAB. This show marked the opening of The Fillmore Auditorium. Trey performed “Billy Breathes” on piano. 

Musicians: Trey Anastasio, Russ Lawton, Tony Markellis

 

Link Tony Furtado Band, Thursday, 05/20/1999
Boulder Theater, Boulder, CO

Notes: This night was billed The Double Dig Festival, commemorating the closing of the Double Dig Ranch, a communal farm east of Boulder that for four years was host to musicians and other artists. Members of String Cheese Incident, Leftover Salmon, Tony Furtado, and the Wendy Woo Band at various times called this farm home; it was also temporary home to many musicians traveling through the area, including numerous stops by Fish. Trey sat in on acoustic guitar for the show closing jam that at its core was the Tony Furtado Band, though upwards of thirty musicians were on stage at the time. 

Musicians: Tony Furtado, Trey Anastasio (Guest)

 

Link Ozomatli, Monday, 05/31/1999
Higher Ground, Winooski, VT

Notes: There is no known stelist for this show and recordings do not circulate.

Musicians: Mike Gordon (Guest)

 

Link Leftover Salmon, Saturday, 06/05/1999
Higher Ground, Winooski, VT

Set 1: Salty Dog[1], High on a Mountaintop[1]

[1] With Mike.

Notes: The songs listed featured Mike on bass. Jeff Mosier also made a guest appearance during this gig, which was opened by Blueground Undergrass.

Musicians: Jeff Sipe, Vince Herman, Drew Emmitt, Mark Vann, Tye North, Mike Gordon (Guest)

     

Link Col. Bruce Hampton, Saturday, 07/03/1999
The Brandy House, Atlanta, GA

Notes: Mike and Fish made a brief appearance at the end of Col. Bruce’s show. Phish had performed earlier in the evening at Lakewood Amphitheatre.

Musicians: Col. Bruce Hampton, Jon Fishman (Guest), Mike Gordon (Guest)

 

Link Derek Trucks Band, Monday, 07/05/1999
Shriner's Park, Macon, GA

Set 1: Egg 15[1] -> Drums -> Egg 15[1]

[1] With Mike and Jimmy Herring.

Notes: Mike and Jimmy Herring joined the Derek Trucks Band for the songs listed above. This perofrmance was part of the “Fusion Fest” lineup, which also included Col. Bruce Hampton, Blueground Undergrass, Jazz is Dead, and The Derek Trucks Band.

Musicians: Derek Trucks, Kofi Burbridge, Mike Gordon (Guest), Jimmy Herring (Guest)

 

Link Los Lobos, Wednesday, 08/11/1999
Higher Ground, Winooski, VT

Set 1: Tequila Jam[1] > Not Fade Away[1] > Bertha[1], Don't Keep Me Wonderin'[1], She’s About a Mover[1]

[1] With Trey.

Notes: Trey sat in on guitar for the above-listed encore.

Musicians: Steve Berlin, David Hidalgo, Conrad Lozano, Cesar Rosas, Louie Pérez, Trey Anastasio (Guest)

 

Link Jazz Mandolin Project, Wednesday, 09/15/1999
The Last Day Saloon, San Francisco, CA

Set 1: Xenoblast[1] -> Blackberry Blossom[1] -> Xenoblast[1]

[1] With Mike.

Notes: Mike joined Jazz Mandolin Project for the “Xenoblast” segment of this show. Phish performed the following two evenings at Shoreline Amphitheatre.

Musicians: Jamie Masefield, Chris Dahlgren, Ari Hoenig, Mike Gordon (Guest)

 

Link Leftover Salmon, Monday, 09/20/1999
Rialto Theatre, Tuscon, AZ

Set 1: The Shape I'm In[1]

[1] With Trey.

Notes: One night before Phish’s Tucson show, Trey joined in with a Les Paul guitar on, among other songs, “The Shape I’m In.” At one point Trey made a “He’s Crazy” hand motion toward Leftover’s Vince Herman; the crowd interpreted this as the “Meatstick” dance and began doing the dance, which prompted Trey to tease the song and join the dance on stage.

Musicians: Jeff Sipe, Vince Herman, Drew Emmitt, Mark Vann, Tye North, Trey Anastasio (Guest)

 

Link moe., Friday, 10/29/1999
Higher Ground, Winooski, VT

Set 1: Stranger Than Fiction, Rise, High and Lo -> Meat

Set 2: The Ghost of Ralph's Mom, Blue Eyed Son, Bring it Back Home, Yodelittle[1], Opium -> Seat of My Pants -> Rebubula

Encore: San Ber'dino, Fire[2] -> I Know You Rider[2] -> Fire[2]

[1] With Fish and Jamie Masefield. "The Wondrous Boatride" (from Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory) quotes.
[2] With Fish and Jamie Masefield.

Notes: Fish sat in on percussion and drums for “Yodelittle” and drums for the “Fire” > “IKYR” > “Fire” encore. "Yodelitlle" contained quotes from "The Wondrous Boatride" from Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. Jamie Masefield also performed on these songs, as well as on “Bring it Back Home.”

Musicians: Al Schnier, Vinnie Amico, Jim Loughlin, Rob Derhak, Chuck Garvey, Jon Fishman (Guest), Jamie Masefield (Guest)

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