Skin It Back was played at 0.74% of live Phish shows.
It was last played October 21, 2018, which was 80 shows ago.
There have been 1,835 shows since the live debut.
“Skin It Back” has been played approximately once every 134.5 shows.
Since its debut, “Skin It Back” has been played, on average, once every 131.1 shows.
It was played 14 time(s) at the following show(s):
|Date||Venue||Gap||Set||Song Before||Song After||Notes||Comments|
|1986-10-15||Hunt's||47||1||Makisupa||> Cities||First known Phish performance.|
|1986-10-31||Sculpture Room, Goddard College||1||2||Sanity||> Icculus|
|1986-12-06||The Ranch||4||2||GTBT ->||-> Cities|
|1987-08-09||Nectar's||6||2||Light Up ->||Peaches|
|1987-08-21||Ian McLean's Farm||2||2||Fee||-> Low Rider|
|1988-02-20||St. Lawrence University||29||1||GTBT||Bowie|
|2003-08-01||Loring Commerce Centre||ø||1||Jam ->||Jam|
|2012-07-03||Nikon at Jones Beach Theater||1418||1||***||> Possum||(Spanish Moon tease)|
|2015-08-11||The Mann||111||1||Axilla||-> Martian Monster|
|2018-10-21||Hampton Coliseum||113||1||STFTFP||Brian and Robert|
|Show Date||Artist||Song (Tease Type)||Venue|
|2012-07-03||Phish||Possum (Tease)||Nikon at Jones Beach Theater, Wantagh, NY, USA|
|2012-07-03||Phish||Chalk Dust Torture (Tease)||Nikon at Jones Beach Theater, Wantagh, NY, USA|
|2015-08-11||Phish||Martian Monster (Tease)||The Mann Center for the Performing Arts, Philadelphia, PA, USA|
|2018-10-21||Phish||Camel Walk (Tease)||Hampton Coliseum, Hampton, VA, USA|
|2019-07-12||Phish||Camel Walk (Tease)||Alpine Valley Music Theatre, East Troy, WI, USA|
|2019-12-03||Phish||Also Sprach Zarathustra (Tease)||Met Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA|
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