It was played at 0.29% of live Phish shows.
It was last played August 13, 2009, which was 308 shows ago.
There have been 1,451 shows since the live debut.
“How High the Moon” has been played approximately once every 350.2 shows.
Since its debut, “How High the Moon” has been played, on average, once every 290.2 shows.
It was played 5 time(s) at the following show(s):
|Date||Venue||Gap||Set||Song Before||Song After||Notes||Comments|
|1990-04-21||Canyon West Room||363||1||Walk Away||> Oh Kee Pa||Phish debut.|
|1990-04-22||Cutler Quad, Colorado College||1||2||Fluffhead||Esther|
|1990-04-26||Dionysus Club, The 'Sco, Obe...||3||2||***||Esther|
|1993-03-08||Sweeney Center||361||1||Mockingbird >||> Mockingbird|
|2009-08-13||Darien Lake||710||1||Gin||> Golgi|
|Show Date||Artist||Song (Tease Type)||Venue|
|1990-04-21||Phish||Suzy Greenberg (Tease)||Canyon West Room, Lincoln Center, Fort Collins, CO, USA|
|1990-04-21||Phish||Run Like an Antelope (Tease)||Canyon West Room, Lincoln Center, Fort Collins, CO, USA|
|1990-09-22||Phish||David Bowie (Tease)||Student Union Ballroom, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA, USA|
|1991-02-19||Phish||David Bowie (Tease)||The Bayou, Washington, DC, USA|
|1991-05-03||Phish||Big Black Furry Creature from Mars (Tease)||Somerville Theatre, Somerville, MA, USA|
|1992-03-06||Phish||Secret Language Instructions (Tease)||The Music Hall, Portsmouth, NH, USA|
|1993-03-08||Phish||David Bowie (Tease)||Sweeney Center, Santa Fe, NM, USA|
|1999-09-18||Phish||Wilson (Tease)||Coors Amphitheatre, Chula Vista, CA, USA|
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