Setlists Matching Performer: Jamie Masefield

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This show was part of the Nectar's 40th Anniversary Celebration.

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This performance was billed as "Local Legends: An Evening of Acoustic Music" and was sponsored by Responsible Growth Hinesburg. The gig also featured sets by Nate Gusakov and Robinson Morse, and Fadhili with Niel Maurer.

This show consisted largely of improvised music. The main participants for this performance were Fish (drums), Matt Butler (conductor), Jamie Masefield (mandolin), Zach Gill (keyboards), Dan Lebowitz (guitar), John Kadlecik (guitar), Jessica Lurie (saxophone), Reed Mathis (bass), Katy Gaughan (percussion), and Sonya Kitchell (vocals).

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This show, which consisted largely of improvised music, was billed as an aftershow for the TAB show earlier that evening at the Beacon Theatre.. The main participants for this performance were Fish (drums), Matt Butler (conductor), Marco Benevento (keyboards), Jamie Masefield (mandolin), John Kadlecik (guitar), Jessica Lurie (saxophone) and Reed Mathis (bass).

This performance was part of the Belfast Free Range Music Festival. Grant Green, Jr. sat in on guitar for "Blues in the Closet" and "Compared to What?" Col. Bruce Hampton added vocals on "Compared to What?"

This show consisted largely of improvised music performed by multiple combinations of musicians. The main participants for this show were: Fish (drums); Matt Butler (conductor, percussion); Dan Archer (guitar); Ryan Montbleau (guitar); Jason Cohen (keyboards); Jamie Masefield (mandolin); Taylor McFerrin (DJ, keyboards, vocals); Mike Rivard (bass); Mister Rourke (DJ); and Geoff Scott (guitar). 

Mike sat in on banjo for "Working on a Building" -> "Reuben's Train."

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This show consisted largely of improvised music performed by multiple combinations of musicians. The main participants for this show were: Fish (drums); Matt Butler (conductor, percussion); Steve Kimock (guitar); Jamie Janover (hammered dulcimer); Peter Apfelbaum (sax, flute, percussion); Jamie Masefield (mandolin); Jeff Coffin (sax); Asher Fulero (keyboards); Scott Law (guitar); and Reed Mathis (bass). 

This show consisted largely of improvised music (in addition to the songs listed above) performed by multiple combinations of musicians. The main participants for this show were: Fish (drums); Matt Butler (conductor, percussion); Steve Kimock (guitar); Jamie Janover (hammered dulcimer); Peter Apfelbaum (sax, flute, percussion); Jamie Masefield (mandolin); Jeff Coffin (sax); Asher Fulero (keyboards); Scott Law (guitar); and Reed Mathis (bass). 

This show consisted largely of improvised music (including "Instant Karma!") performed by multiple combinations of musicians. The main participants for this show were: Fish (drums); Matt Butler (conductor, percussion); Steve Kimock (guitar); Jamie Janover (hammered dulcimer); Peter Apfelbaum (sax, flute, percussion); Jamie Masefield (mandolin); Jeff Coffin (sax); Asher Fulero (keyboards); Scott Law (guitar); and Reed Mathis (bass).  

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This show consisted largely of improvised music performed by multiple combinations of musicians. The main participants for this show were: Fish (drums); Matt Butler (conductor, percussion); Julee Avallone (flute); Jamie Janover (hammered dulcimer); Peter Apfelbaum (sax, flute, percussion); Jamie Masefield (mandolin); Asher Fulero (keyboards); Scott Law (guitar); and Reed Mathis (bass).  

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This show consisted largely of improvised music performed by multiple combinations of musicians. The main participants for this show were: Fish (drums); Matt Butler (conductor, percussion); Julee Avallone (flute); Jamie Janover (hammered dulcimer); Peter Apfelbaum (sax, flute, percussion); Jamie Masefield (mandolin); Asher Fulero (keyboards); Scott Law (guitar); and Reed Mathis (bass).  

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This show consisted largely of improvised music performed by multiple combinations of musicians. The main participants for this show were: Fish (drums); Matt Butler (conductor, percussion); Julee Avallone (flute); Jamie Janover (hammered dulcimer); Peter Apfelbaum (sax, flute, percussion); Jamie Masefield (mandolin); Asher Fulero (keyboards); Scott Law (guitar); and Reed Mathis (bass). 

This gig (and the previous night) were part of the Third Annual Pangaea Project Benefit, and featured music, poetry, and multimedia presentations. The show consisted largely of improvised music performed by multiple combinations of musicians, including, notably, a rendition of "You Enjouy Myself." The main participants for the two shows were: Fish (drums); Matt Butler (conductor, percussion); Tony Furtado (banjo, guitar); Kai Ekhardt (bass); Tye North (bass); Jason Hann (percussion); Jamie Masefield (mandolin); Reggie Watts (vocals); Asher Fulero (keyboards); Scott Law (guitar); Horns from the March Fourth Marching Band; and the Axé Didé Music and Dance Group. 

This gig (and the following night) were part of the Third Annual Pangaea Project Benefit, and featured music, poetry, and multimedia presentations. The show consisted largely of improvised music performed by multiple combinations of musicians, including, notably, a rendition of "You Enjouy Myself." The main participants for the two shows were: Fish (drums); Matt Butler (conductor, percussion); Tony Furtado (banjo, guitar); Kai Ekhardt (bass); Tye North (bass); Jason Hann (percussion); Jamie Masefield (mandolin); Reggie Watts (vocals); Asher Fulero (keyboards); Scott Law (guitar); Horns from the March Fourth Marching Band; and the Axé Didé Music and Dance Group. 

SET 1: Best Reason To Buy The Sun, Echo Park, Welcome Red, Becky, Sunny's Song, Mephisto, Soba, Something For Rockets, The Three Question Marks [1], 9 x 9, What Is and What Should Never Be, Walking Running Viking, Hate Frame, Memphis, Play Pause Stop

ENCORE: Mike's Song [2], Jam [3]


Fish joined the Duo for "The Three Question Marks," prompting Marco to remark, "We've succsesfully played with all four of them now."  "Mike's Song" featured Mike, Fish and Brad Barr and contained "Wilson" and "Third Stone From the Sun" teases.  Jamie Masefield and Mike Mavridoglou joined for the ensuing jam, which also featured "Weekapaug" and "L.A. Woman" teases. Earlier in the show, Brad Barr sat in on "Sunny's Song," "Mephisto" and "What Is and What Should Never Be."

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This show, which consisted largely of improvised music, was part of the snoe.down festival. The main participants for this performance were Fish (drums), Matt Butler (conductor), Steve Kimock (guitar), Gordon Stone (pedal steel guitar), Jamie Masefield (mandolin), Samantha Stottenweck- (acoustic guitar, vocals), Mike Sugar (bass), Vinnie Amico (percussion), Jim Loughlin (percussion, bass), Trevor Garrod (keyboards), Al Schnier (synth), Peter Apfelbaum (sax, flute, percussion). Special Guests included Nate Wilson (keyboards), Reid Genauer (vocals) and Rob Derhak (bass).  Fish also played with moe. later in the evening.

This gig was part of Jam Cruise 3. Jeff Coffin sat in on saxophone for "Black Market" and "Spiders." Oteil Burbridge sat in on bass for "Jungle Tango." Jake Cinninger sat in on guitar for "What is and What Should Never Be."

This gig was part of Jam Cruise 3. Eric Krasno sat in on guitar for "Footprints" and "Oh Yeah!"

"Lojo Lima," "Stonehendge" and "Xenoblast" featured Mark Guiliana on percussion.

This gig was part of the 10,000 Lakes Festival that also featured The String Cheese Incident, Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Medeski Martin & Wood and Los Lobos. The "Spiders" > "Blues in the Closet" > "Spiders" segment featured Rob Wasserman on bass.

This performance was part of the Summer Camp Music Festival that also included MMW, ParticleLeftover Salmon and moe. "Nozani Na" featured Vinnie Amico on percussion. "What Is and What Should Never Be" featured Al Schiner on guitar. This setlist is incomplete.

Al and the Transamericans opened. "What Is and What Should Never Be" featured Al Schiner on guitar. "Ballad for Trio" featured Gordon Stone on pedal steel guitar. "Dark Eyes" featured Mark Guiliana on box drum.

Al and the Transamericans opened. Gordon Stone sat in on pedal steel guitar for "Ballad for Trio." Al Schiner sat in on guitar for the "Oh Yeah!" segment.

This show was billed as “The Vermont Easter Jam” and featured scheduled performances from The Unknown Blues Band, a duet with Jamie Masefield and Paul Asbell interpreting the music of Django Reinhardt, and the Grippo Funk Band. After these performances there was an unannounced set by TAB. Page sat in from “Small Axe” through “Chalk Dust.” Fish sat in from “Last Tube” through “Chalk Dust.” Mike joined in for “Sand” and “Chalk Dust.” During “Sand” members of Trey’s group gradually left the stage, leaving Phish alone to complete “Sand” and perform “Chalk Dust.” The cover of Stevie Wonder’s “Higher Ground” featured all the members of both Phish and Trey’s ensemble, Jamie Masefield, Seth Yacovone and others. This gig was a benefit for the Winooski Parks & Recreation Department, Burlington Women’s Rape Crisis Center, and the Child Life Department of Vermont Children’s Hospital.

There were two separate-admission performances on this evening; this was the early show. This gig was originally scheduled for October 8, 2003.

There were two separate-admission performances on this evening; this was the late show. This gig was originally scheduled for October 8, 2003.

Jazz Mandolin Project (w/Fishman) opened. Page performed “Strange Design” and “Army of One” solo, on an acoustic, upright piano. “Lawn Boy” featured Page on acoustic, upright piano, Fish on drums and Jamie Masefield on mandolin. “No Quarter” featured all members of Jazz Mandolin Project; Steve Welch sat in on saxophone for “Cars Trucks Buses” and “No Quarter.” This setlist is unconfirmed as recordings of the performance do not circulate.

Jazz Mandolin Project (w/Fishman) opened. Page performed “Army of One” and “Lawn Boy” solo on an acoustic, upright piano. Jamie Masefield sat in on mandolin for “No Quarter.” This show was made available as a LivePhish download.

This was an opening set for Vida Blue. This show was originally scheduled for the smaller Tabernacle and was later moved to the Roxy.

This was the second of two separate-entry performances of the evening (late show). Gordon Stone sat in on banjo for "Half Creek" and "Little Maggie."

This performance was billed as The Big Pig Gig, a benefit for The Farm School at Harvard University. This show featured the debut of Mike's original "Take Me Out."

SET 1: Open Sesame [1], At the Pershing[1]


Fish sat in on drums during “Open Sesame” and “At the Pershing.”

SET 1: Jam, Templars, Black Market, Full House > Spiders, The Country Open, Proust, Dark Eyes, Oh Yeah!

ENCORE: Powderfinger

ENCORE 2: War Pigs [1] > Luke's Wall[1]


Fish sat in on drums for the "War Pigs" > "Luke's Wall" second encore.

This show was part of the annual moe.down festival that also featured Particle, Medeski Martin & Wood, Galactic and, of course, moe. Al Schnier sat in on keyboards from “Proust” through “Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring.”

SET 1: Meat [1], 32 Things, Spine of the Dog > Buster, Understand, The Ghost of Ralph’s Mom, High and Lo > Brent Black

ENCORE: Godzilla


This show was part of the annual moe.down festival. Fish and Jamie Masefield performed on the “Meat” opener (Jazz Mandolin Project had played a set earlier in the day).

This set was part of the Carbon Leaf's Endless Summer Luau & Campout III.

SET 1: War Pigs [1]


Fish sat in on drums and vocals for the “War Pigs” encore. Dave “The Truth” Grippo also sat in on saxophone earlier in the show during “Airmail Special." 

The Apartment Projects opened. Jeff Sipe made a guest appearance on percussion during “Dimensions.”

“Proust” featured a “Tom Sawyer” tease. “The Human Taco” won the costume contest, while “The Ugliest Girl in the Building” won a special prize… of Fish’s dirty underwear.

The “Cyclops Unicorn” won the costume contest.

Jamie Janover sat in on percussion during “Spiders.”

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“The Jaques-Imo’s Café Allstars” lineup for this show and the previous night included Fish, Jamie Masefield, Gregory Davis, Kirk Joseph, Lucien Barbarin, and Tim Laughlin. The shows were billed as “An Evening of Traditional New Orleans Jazz.” There is no known setlist and recordings do not circulate of these shows.

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“The Jaques-Imo’s Café Allstars” lineup for this show and the following night included Fish, Jamie Masefield, Gregory Davis, Kirk Joseph, Lucien Barbarin, and Tim Laughlin. The shows were billed as “An Evening of Traditional New Orleans Jazz.” There is no known setlist and recordings do not circulate of these shows.

SET 1: Nimbus, Dromedary, Billy's Bounce, Spiders, The Milliken Way, Xenoblast

SET 2: The Gourd, Ballad for Trio, The Phoenicians [1], Milestones, Oh Yeah![1]

ENCORE: Stockholm Smokepipe


Fish played the "dumbek" on this forty-five minute version of The Phoenicians as well as drums on Oh Yeah!

The Phoenicians featured a belly dancer on stage to celebrate Fish’s 35th birthday.

SET 1: Stranger Than Fiction, Rise, High and Lo -> Meat

SET 2: The Ghost of Ralph's Mom, Blue Eyed Son, Bring it Back Home, Yodelittle [1], Opium -> Seat of My Pants -> Rebubula

ENCORE: San Ber'dino, Fire [2] -> I Know You Rider[2] -> Fire[2]


Fish sat in on percussion and drums for Yodelittle and drums for the Fire > I Know You Rider > Fire encore. Yodelitlle contained quotes from The Wondrous Boatride from Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. Jamie Masefield also performed on these songs, as well as on Bring it Back Home.

SET 1: Xenoblast [1] -> Blackberry Blossom[1] -> Xenoblast[1]


Mike joined Jazz Mandolin Project for the Xenoblast segment of this show. Phish performed the following two evenings at Shoreline Amphitheatre.

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This free show was part of the Hobart Folk Festival.

SET 1: Flux, Good N' Plenty, Nimbus, Mandoneon, Tuang Guru [1], The Gourd


Fish sat in on conga for Tuang Guru. This show was a co-bill with Béla Fleck and the Flecktones.

This gig took place in the Slade Hall basement. Mike did not perform on Nardis and Devil's Dream. After Yardbird Suite there was extensive banter about each of the musician's experiences in Slade Hall over the years. Cat Scratch Fever was teased before St. Thomas. A jam from the soundcheck also circulates with the recording of this performance.

This show marked the inauguration of a weekly series of musical performances at this venue named “Carmel’s Coffeehouse” in memory of Trey’s paternal grandmother, Carmel Musco Anastasio. Air Mail Special contained a Theme from The Brady Bunch tease.

Mike sat in on bass for the whole show, in place of Stacy Starkweather. Other guests at this gig included Paul Asbell, Dave Grippo, Jamie Masefield, and Gene White.

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There were two shows on this date, one at 7 p.m. and another at 9:30 p.m. Some proceeds from these performances were donated to the Last Elm Café. These performances were part of the "on-stage series" where the audience was limited to 125 and shared the stage with the band. There are no known setlists or recordings. 

Trey teased the Theme from Bonanza in Contois and Stash in St. Thomas. This show featured the first known public performance of Guyute; only portions were performed and without lyrics, first by Trey solo, then with Fish joining in during the post Nozani Na segment. A "Bad Hat" contest among audience members was held before the beginning of the second set; during the first few breaks in Air Mail Specia" the crowd would yell "that fucking hat!" Two verses of My Life as a Pez were sung in response to a Dino Pez dispenser being placed on stage.

Tree Fist featured chords and lyrics improvised by the audience. Kitty Litter Blues was also improvised and featured Anne Weiss on vocals. I Saw the Light, Alabama Jubilee, and Better Get It In Yo’ Soul featured Shane Brodie on guitar and vocals. This is the first public performance billed as Jazz Mandolin Project.

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This performance for Vermont Public Radio featured Trey on guitar, Mike on bass and Jamie Masefield on mandolins. There is no known setlist or circulating recording.

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