This gig was originally scheduled to take place at Utica’s Memorial Auditorium, and then was later rescheduled for the Stanley Performing Arts Center. This show featured the TAB debut of Perhaps. Throughout the evening plaster had been falling from the balcony; after Mr. Completely, Brad Sands made a brief appearance on stage, after which Trey announced that due to concerns about the balcony bouncing that the rest of the show would be performed acoustic. There was a theme from Leave It to Beaver tease after Mr. Completely. Before the encore, a member of the audience shouted “Free Bird!” While Trey declined to play the request, he offered two related stories: the first was about Trey and Fish on vacation in Greece and encountering a bunch of punks playing “Free Bird” on their boom-box; the second related how Phish had offered their a cappella rendition of “Free Bird” for a Lynyrd Skynyrd tribute album, but that it had been turned down. Trey then played “Pebbles and Marbles” solo, acoustic.
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This show was part of the "TAB - The Dectet Fall 2002 Tour"

Show Reviews

, attached to 2002-10-25

Review by Jaybp30

Jaybp30 In the balcony for this show. At one point turned to my girlfriend (now wife) and said, " balcony feels like its shaking". She agreed. Next thing we know they are telling everyone to stop dancing so much. I guess I'd rather be on that balcony than below it. Either way made for an interesting show. Still a blast. Nice acoustic/subdued end to the show. Gotta love Utica.
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