It was played at 0% of live Phish shows.
There have been shows since the live debut.
“How High the Moon” has been played approximately once every Ø shows.
Since its debut, “How High the Moon” has been played, on average, once every Ø shows.
It was played 0 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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