"Recently I've been noticing a lot of people, umm...'older' is probably not the right term...my age and up, I'm 31...a number of people older than myself." Trey on changes in the Phish audience.I remember being at MSG in 1998 and fans kept calling me “Sir.” “Sir, this is our seat.” “Would you mind moving, sir?” “Sir, is this your hat?” I was like, Huh? You mean me?
Yep, that would be me. Back when you [b]youngsters would avoid being anywhere near me 'cause you thought I was some kind of narc.[/b]
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