It was played at 0.34% of live Phish shows.
It was last played October 15, 2010, which was 269 shows ago.
There have been 978 shows since the live debut.
“Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home?” has been played approximately once every 295.3 shows.
Since its debut, “Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home?” has been played, on average, once every 163 shows.
It was played 6 time(s) at the following show(s):
|Date||Venue||Gap||Set||Song Before||Song After||Notes||Comments|
|1993-07-28||Grady Cole Center||785||e||Piano Duet||***||First public Phish performance. ...|
|1994-04-22||Township Auditorium||42||e||Piano Duet ->||***||Dr. Jack McConnell on piano and ...|
|1995-11-18||North Charleston Coliseum||164||e||***||***||Dr. Jack McConnell on vocals.|
|1999-07-03||Lakewood Amphitheatre||243||e||The Little Drummer Boy||***||Dr. Jack McConnell on vocals and...|
|2004-06-20||SPAC||165||1||Julius||Waves||Dr. Jack McConnell on vocals and...|
|2010-10-15||North Charleston Coliseum||95||1||Gin||Boogie On||Dr. Jack McConnell on vocals and...|
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