Greetings and welcome to TAB week here at Phish.net. As you most likely know, Trey will be kicking off his Fall Tour on Saturday at Higher Ground with an additional Vermont Flood Recovery Benefit show. What you may not know is that, as we hinted a mere seven months ago, the Sideshows section of Phish.net is becoming more fully developed with each passing day. Just in time for TAB tour, we’ve reached a pretty significant milestone. Every known TAB setlist has now been entered into the site (note: offer does not apply to G.R.A.B., Trey’s orchestral shows or other solo Trey performances, though they will be coming just around the corner). TAB setlists have been thoroughly vetted and verified by the team of @lumpblockclod, @pzerbo and @bizarro_jerry. But wait, you may be asking, is there more? Hell and Yes! TAB song histories will soon be coming to a non-profit, fan-run Phish website near you. In fact, what’s that down there? Well, that was quick.
As we said back in February, this is a collaborative process and we’re still working out the kinks of integrating a dozen or so side projects with our Phish setlists. So, if you find something that doesn’t work quite as you expected (or just doesn’t work), we’re probably working on it, but feel free to let us know about it anyway. Finally, Phish.net is an all-volunteer operation. If you’d like to help, either by writing some side project song histories or in any other way, please send a private message to your friendly neighborhood song history editing team of @lumpblockclod and/or @pzerbo.
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