It was played at 0.98% of live Phish shows.
It was last played August 23, 2015, which was 35 shows ago.
There have been 1,101 shows since the live debut.
“Buffalo Bill” has been played approximately once every 102.3 shows.
Since its debut, “Buffalo Bill” has been played, on average, once every 64.8 shows.
It was played 17 time(s) at the following show(s):
|Date||Venue||Gap||Set||Song Before||Song After||Notes||Comments|
|1992-11-21||Pritchard Gym, SB Sports Com...||679||e||***||BBFCFM||Debut; Fish on washboard.|
|1994-10-29||Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium||225||1||SOAMelt ->||-> Makisupa|
|1994-12-31||Boston Garden||31||2||Mike's ->||-> Mike's|
|1997-08-17||Loring Commerce Centre||204||3||***||-> NICU|
|1997-11-29||The Centrum||11||e||***||Moby Dick|
|1998-11-27||The Centrum||75||2||Sanity >||> Mike's|
|1999-12-18||Hampton Coliseum||68||2||Weekapaug ->||> Weekapaug|
|2003-07-23||Verizon Wireless Music Center||55||2||Makisupa ->||Antelope|
|2003-11-29||Wachovia Spectrum||10||2||Makisupa||> Bowie||Tom Marshall.|
|2004-06-25||Alpine Valley||17||2||Seven Below ->||> Lawn Boy|
|2010-08-12||Verizon Wireless Music Center||81||2||My Friend||> Twist|
|2010-10-15||North Charleston Coliseum||10||1||Joy||Dog Faced Boy|
|2011-06-08||Darien Lake||25||1||Mellow Mood||KDF|
|2011-08-17||UIC Pavilion, University of ...||20||2||Sleep >||Golgi|
|2012-06-22||Riverbend Music Center||17||1||Llama||Saw It Again|
|2015-08-23||Watkins Glen||134||1||PYITE >||ASIHTOS|
|Show Date||Artist||Song (Tease Type)||Venue|
|1994-12-01||Phish||Tweezer (Tease)||Salem Armory, Salem, OR, USA|
|1999-12-18||Phish||Weekapaug Groove (Tease)||Hampton Coliseum, Hampton, VA, USA|
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