It was played at 1.21% of live Phish shows.
It was last played July 18, 2016, which was 9 shows ago.
There have been 1,002 shows since the live debut.
“Daniel Saw the Stone” has been played approximately once every 82.8 shows.
Since its debut, “Daniel Saw the Stone” has been played, on average, once every 47.7 shows.
It was played 21 time(s) at the following show(s):
|Date||Venue||Gap||Set||Song Before||Song After||Notes||Comments|
|1993-07-15||Cayuga County Fairgrounds||776||2||Walk Away||***||Phish debut.|
|1993-07-17||The Filene Center at Wolf Trap||1||e||Amazing Grace||> Tweeprise|
|1993-07-21||Orange County Fairgrounds||2||1||HYHU||***|
|1993-07-23||Jones Beach||2||e||Amazing Grace||***|
|1993-07-24||Great Woods||1||2||HYHU||> GTBT|
|1993-07-29||Tennessee Theatre||4||2||HYHU||> GTBT|
|1993-07-31||Masquerade Music Park||2||2||HYHU||Highway to Hell|
|1993-08-14||World Music Theatre||5||2||Coil||YEM|
|1993-08-21||Saltair Pavilion||2||2||Hood||***||Béla Fleck on electric banjo, Vi...|
|1993-08-25||Paramount Theatre||2||1||Bag >||> Sample|
|1993-08-28||William Randolph Hearst Gree...||2||e||***||Amazing Grace|
|2003-07-29||Post-Gazette Pavilion at Sta...||285||1||***||> Camel Walk|
|2003-08-03||Loring Commerce Centre||4||1||***||> Saw It Again|
|2012-06-30||Alpine Valley||40||1||My Soul||Bag|
|2016-06-22||Xcel Energy Center||140||1||Wolfman's||The Dogs|
|2016-07-18||Bill Graham Civic Auditorium||15||1||Roggae||> Divided|
|Show Date||Artist||Song (Tease Type)||Venue|
|2003-03-01||Phish||You Enjoy Myself (Tease)||Greensboro Coliseum, Greensboro, NC, USA|
|2003-08-03||Phish||You Enjoy Myself (Quote)||Loring Commerce Centre, Limestone, ME, USA|
|2010-06-27||Phish||You Enjoy Myself (Quote)||Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD, USA|
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