My Long Journey Home was played at 0.81% of live Phish shows.
It was last played November 29, 1995, which was 840 shows ago.
There have been 926 shows since the live debut.
“My Long Journey Home” has been played approximately once every 123.9 shows.
Since its debut, “My Long Journey Home” has been played, on average, once every 61.7 shows.
It was played 15 time(s) at the following show(s):
|Date||Venue||Gap||Set||Song Before||Song After||Notes||Comments|
|1994-11-16||Hill Auditorium, University ...||913||2||I'm Blue, I'm Lonesome||CDT||Phish debut; acoustic.|
|1994-11-17||Hara Arena||1||e||Nellie Kane||To France||Acoustic; "Reverend" Jeff Mosier...|
|1994-11-18||MSU Auditorium, Michigan Sta...||1||1||The Old Home Place||***||Acoustic; "Reverend" Jeff Mosier...|
|1994-11-19||Indiana University Auditorium||1||1||Little Tiny Butter Biscuits||***||Acoustic; Trey on fiddle and "Re...|
|1994-11-19||Parking Lot, Indiana Univers...||ø||1||Roll in My Sweet Baby's Arms||Little Tiny Butter Biscuits|
|1994-11-20||Dane County Coliseum||1||1||Little Tiny Butter Biscuits||Dooley||Acoustic; "Reverend" Jeff Mosier...|
|1994-11-22||Jesse Auditorium, University...||1||2||Little Tiny Butter Biscuits||Hood||Acoustic.|
|1994-11-30||Campus Rec Center||5||1||I'm Blue, I'm Lonesome||***||Acoustic.|
|1994-12-07||Spreckels Theatre||6||2||I'm Blue, I'm Lonesome||Amazing Grace||Acoustic; without microphones.|
|1994-12-29||Providence Civic Center||5||e||***||Sleeping Monkey||Acoustic.|
|1995-10-17||State Palace Theatre||40||e||***||I'm Blue, I'm Lonesome||Acoustic, no microphones.|
|1995-10-20||Five Seasons Arena||2||2||WMGGW||I'm Blue, I'm Lonesome||Acoustic.|
|1995-10-25||St. Paul Civic Center||4||1||Strange Design||I'm Blue, I'm Lonesome||Acoustic.|
|1995-11-21||Lawrence Joel Veterans Memor...||14||1||Divided||I'm Blue, I'm Lonesome||Acoustic.|
|1995-11-25||Hampton Coliseum||3||2||Mike's||I'm Blue, I'm Lonesome||Acoustic.|
|1995-11-29||Municipal Auditorium||2||2||I'm Blue, I'm Lonesome||Slave|
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