|Originally Performed By||The Allman Brothers Band|
|Original Album||Eat a Peach (1972)|
|Vocals||Steve Drebber (lead), Mike (backing)|
|Historian||Ellis Godard (lemuria)|
"Blue Sky" was performed only once, at the first wedding Phish is known to have played, on 8/12/89. Dedicated to the newlyweds, Beth and Steven Drebber, and sung by the groom, the performance featured only token riffs from Trey and is notable mainly for its novelty.
The Allman Brothers Band, “Blue Sky”
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