It was played at 1.6% of live Phish shows.
It was last played July 19, 2016, which was 14 shows ago.
There have been 348 shows since the live debut.
“A Song I Heard the Ocean Sing” has been played approximately once every 62.4 shows.
Since its debut, “A Song I Heard the Ocean Sing” has been played, on average, once every 12.4 shows.
It was played 28 time(s) at the following show(s):
|Date||Venue||Gap||Set||Song Before||Song After||Notes||Comments|
|2004-06-17||KeySpan Park||1397||1||***||Dinner and a Movie||Debut.|
|2004-08-10||Tweeter Center||8||2||Weekapaug||-> Piper|
|2009-06-10||Thompson-Boling Arena||15||2||Waves >||> Bowie|
|2009-06-19||Verizon Wireless Music Center||5||2||***||> Drowned|
|2010-10-26||Verizon Wireless Arena||75||1||SOAMule||It's Ice|
|2011-07-03||Watkins Glen||29||1||Mound||Time Loves a Hero||Unfinished.|
|2012-07-01||Alpine Valley||32||1||Dirt||Access Me|
|2013-07-12||Nikon at Jones Beach Theater||28||1||MSO||Water in the Sky|
|2013-12-31||MSG||8||1||Bag >||> Wilson|
|2014-07-12||Randall's Island||4||1||Sparkle||The Line|
|2014-07-18||Northerly Island||4||1||Sample||> Stash|
|2014-07-29||nTelos Pavilion||6||2||BOAF||> Mike's|
|2014-08-31||Dick's||7||1||Poor Heart||Lawn Boy|
|2014-10-22||Santa Barbara Bowl||4||1||JJLC||Winterqueen|
|2014-11-02||MGM Grand||8||1||Sugar Shack||Halfway to the Moon|
|2014-12-31||American Airlines Arena||1||1||Axilla||***|
|2015-07-22||Les Schwab Amphitheater||5||2||***||> Waves|
|2015-08-07||Blossom Music Center||10||1||***||MSO|
|2015-08-23||Watkins Glen||10||1||Buffalo Bill||> LxL|
|2015-12-31||MSG||3||2||Wilson >||Yarmouth Road|
|2016-01-15||Barceló Maya Beach||3||1||***||> My Soul|
|2016-06-26||Klipsch Music Center||6||1||Camel Walk||> Poor Heart|
|2016-07-19||Bill Graham Civic Auditorium||13||1||Sparkle >||Space Oddity|
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