It was played at 2.82% of live Phish shows.
It was last played July 6, 2012, which was 205 shows ago.
There have been 1,189 shows since the live debut.
“Cracklin' Rosie” has been played approximately once every 35.5 shows.
Since its debut, “Cracklin' Rosie” has been played, on average, once every 23.8 shows.
It was played 50 time(s) at the following show(s):
|Date||Venue||Gap||Set||Song Before||Song After||Notes||Comments|
|1992-01-14||The Band House||ø||1||Mound||> Cold as Ice|
|1992-03-07||The Music Hall||582||2||Cold as Ice >||> Cold as Ice||Phish debut.|
|1992-03-12||The Flynn Theatre||2||2||Cold as Ice >||> Cold as Ice|
|1992-03-14||Roseland Ballroom||2||2||Cold as Ice >||> Cold as Ice|
|1992-03-19||Palace Theatre||2||2||Coil||> Cold as Ice|
|1992-03-21||Chestnut Cabaret||2||2||Cold as Ice >||> Cold as Ice||Fish on both cymbals and Bag-Vac.|
|1992-03-25||Trax||3||2||Cold as Ice >||> Cold as Ice|
|1992-03-26||Ziggy's||1||2||Cold as Ice >||> Cold as Ice|
|1992-03-30||Mississippi Nights||3||2||HYHU >||> Cold as Ice|
|1992-04-01||Liberty Hall||2||2||Cold as Ice >||> Cold as Ice|
|1992-04-04||Balch Fieldhouse||2||2||Cold as Ice >||> Cold as Ice|
|1992-04-06||Paul Wright Gym, Western Sta...||2||2||Cold as Ice >||> Cold as Ice|
|1992-04-12||Arizona Ballroom||3||2||Cold as Ice >||> Cold as Ice||Lyrics changed to "Bah, bah, bah...|
|1992-04-15||Variety Arts Center||2||2||Cold as Ice >||> Cold as Ice|
|1992-04-17||Warfield Theatre||2||2||Cold as Ice >||> Cold as Ice|
|1992-04-22||Hilton Ballroom||4||2||Cold as Ice >||> Cold as Ice|
|1992-04-23||Oz Nightclub||1||2||Cold as Ice >||> Cold as Ice|
|1992-04-30||Barrymore Theatre||4||2||Cold as Ice >||> Cold as Ice|
|1992-05-02||Cabaret Metro||2||2||Cold as Ice >||> Cold as Ice|
|1992-05-03||Michigan State University Un...||1||2||Cold as Ice >||> Cold as Ice|
|1992-05-09||The Syracuse Armory||5||2||Cold as Ice >||> HYHU|
|1992-05-14||The Capitol Theatre||3||2||Cold as Ice >||> HYHU|
|1992-05-16||The Orpheum Theatre||2||2||Cold as Ice >||> HYHU|
|1992-11-25||Keswick Theatre||51||2||HYHU >||> HYHU|
|1992-12-03||Bogart's||6||2||HYHU >||> HYHU|
|1992-12-13||Le Spectrum||9||2||HYHU >||> HYHU|
|1993-02-10||Smith Opera House||11||2||HYHU >||> HYHU|
|1993-02-21||Roxy Theatre||9||2||HYHU >||> HYHU|
|1993-03-06||Liberty Lunch||9||2||HYHU >||> HYHU|
|1993-03-21||Ventura Theatre||10||2||HYHU >||> HYHU|
|1993-03-27||Warfield Theatre||5||2||HYHU >||> HYHU|
|1993-04-05||HUB Ballroom||7||2||HYHU >||> HYHU|
|1993-04-17||Michigan Theater||7||2||HYHU >||> HYHU|
|1993-05-02||Tower Theatre||12||2||HYHU >||> HYHU|
|1993-05-06||Palace Theatre||3||2||HYHU >||> HYHU||Dick Solberg on violin.|
|1993-08-06||Cincinnati Zoo Peacock Pavilion||21||2||HYHU >||> HYHU|
|1993-08-24||Commodore Ballroom||13||2||HYHU >||> HYHU|
|1993-12-31||The Centrum||7||3||HYHU >||> HYHU|
|1994-04-17||Patriot Center, George Mason...||12||e||***||> HYHU|
|1994-06-25||Nautica Stage||47||2||HYHU >||> HYHU|
|1994-10-26||Varsity Gym, Appalachian Sta...||31||2||HYHU >||> HYHU|
|1994-11-19||Indiana University Auditorium||14||2||HYHU >||> HYHU|
|1994-12-09||Mesa Amphitheatre||15||2||HYHU >||> HYHU|
|1994-12-29||Providence Civic Center||3||2||HYHU >||> HYHU|
|1995-06-20||Blossom Music Center||14||2||HYHU >||> HYHU|
|1995-06-30||Great Woods||8||e||HYHU >||> HYHU|
|1995-11-12||O'Connell Center, University...||32||2||HYHU >||> HYHU|
|1996-08-14||Hersheypark Stadium||58||2||HYHU >||> HYHU|
|1998-08-06||Lakewood Amphitheatre||148||1||HYHU >||> HYHU|
|1999-12-10||First Union Spectrum||93||2||HYHU >||> HYHU|
|2012-07-06||SPAC||279||1||HYHU >||> HYHU|
|Show Date||Artist||Song (Tease Type)||Venue|
|2001-10-31||Oysterhead||Birthday Boys (Quote)||The Fillmore Auditorium, Denver, CO, USA|
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