It was played at 1.21% of live Phish shows.
It was last played May 14, 1992, which was 1142 shows ago.
There have been 1,372 shows since the live debut.
“Eliza” has been played approximately once every 82.5 shows.
Since its debut, “Eliza” has been played, on average, once every 62.4 shows.
It was played 22 time(s) at the following show(s):
|Date||Venue||Gap||Set||Song Before||Song After||Notes||Comments|
|1990-09-15||The Colonial Theatre||400||2||SOAMelt||MSO||Debut.|
|1990-09-21||Somerville Theatre||5||1||Weekapaug||> La Grange|
|1990-11-15||Lengyel Gym, University of M...||34||2||Possum||Cavern|
|1990-11-17||Somerville Theatre||2||1||Cavern||Oh Kee Pa|
|1990-11-24||The Capitol Theatre||1||2||Stash||> Landlady|
|1990-12-08||The Chance||7||1||Cavern >||> Landlady|
|1991-09-25||The Colonial Theatre||82||1||Reba||> Possum|
|1991-09-28||The Rink||3||1||Stash||> Foam|
|1991-09-29||The Agora Ballroom||1||2||Bouncin'||Foam|
|1991-10-10||EMU Ballroom, University of ...||7||1||It's Ice >||> Llama|
|1991-10-13||North Shore Surf Club||3||e||***||> Uncle Pen|
|1991-11-01||Gothic Theatre||12||2||CDT||> Mike's|
|1991-12-06||McCullough Social Hall, McCu...||5||2||It's Ice >||> Sparkle|
|1992-03-12||The Flynn Theatre||6||2||Tweezer||> It's Ice|
|1992-03-24||Flood Zone||8||1||Foam||> Rift|
|1992-04-07||Fine Arts Auditorium, Fort L...||12||2||Tweezer||YEM|
|1992-04-21||Redwood Acres Fairgrounds||9||1||It's Ice >||> NICU|
|1992-05-08||The Riviera Theatre||13||1||It's Ice||> Llama|
|1992-05-14||The Capitol Theatre||4||2||Fluffhead||> Mike's|
|Show Date||Artist||Song (Tease Type)||Venue|
|1992-03-12||Phish||David Bowie (Tease)||The Flynn Theatre, Burlington, VT, USA|
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