It was played at 0.06% of live Phish shows.
It was last played September 29, 2000, which was 392 shows ago.
There have been 414 shows since the live debut.
“Walk This Way” has been played approximately once every 1748 shows.
Since its debut, “Walk This Way” has been played, on average, once every 414 shows.
It was played 1 time(s) at the following show(s):
|Date||Venue||Gap||Set||Song Before||Song After||Notes||Comments|
|2000-09-29||Thomas & Mack Center||1341||2||Meatstick >||Rapper's Delight||Phish debut; Kid Rock on guest v...|
|Show Date||Artist||Song (Tease Type)||Venue|
|1989-04-20||Phish||Harpua (Tease)||Humphries House (The Zoo), Amherst College, Amherst, MA, USA|
|1990-04-09||Phish||David Bowie (Tease)||Fly Me to the Moon Saloon, Telluride, CO, USA|
|1990-04-21||Phish||Suzy Greenberg (Tease)||Canyon West Room, Lincoln Center, Fort Collins, CO, USA|
|1991-04-16||Phish||Tweezer (Tease)||Rick's Café, Ann Arbor, MI, USA|
|1992-11-28||Phish||Mike's Song (Tease)||The Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY, USA|
|1993-03-21||Phish||Tweezer (Tease)||Ventura Theatre, Ventura, CA, USA|
|1993-04-03||Phish||Cavern (Tease)||86th Street Music Hall, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada|
|1993-04-13||Phish||Mike's Song (Tease)||Memorial Hall, Kansas City, KS, USA|
|1997-07-05||Phish||Good Times Bad Times (Tease)||Piazza Risorgimento, Como, Italy|
|2000-09-29||Phish||Also Sprach Zarathustra (Tease)||Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas, NV, USA|
|2000-10-05||Phish||Chalk Dust Torture (Tease)||Verizon Wireless Amphitheater, Irvine, CA, USA|
|2011-08-16||Phish||You Enjoy Myself (Tease)||UIC Pavilion, University of Illinois, Chicago, IL, USA|
|2012-06-10||Phish||Tweezer (Tease)||Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival, Manchester, TN, USA|
|2012-06-29||Phish||Sand (Tease)||Klipsch Music Center, Noblesville, IN, USA|
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