It was played at 0.83% of live Phish shows.
It was last played July 28, 2017, which was 14 shows ago.
There have been 1,740 shows since the live debut.
“Have Mercy” has been played approximately once every 119.8 shows.
Since its debut, “Have Mercy” has been played, on average, once every 116 shows.
It was played 15 time(s) at the following show(s):
|Date||Venue||Gap||Set||Song Before||Song After||Notes||Comments|
|1986-04-01||Hunt's||36||1||Quinn >||> Hood||First known Phish performance.|
|1986-04-25||University of Vermont||1||1||Makisupa||All Blues|
|1986-10-31||Sculpture Room, Goddard College||1||2||Bowie||> Hood||Jah Roy on vocals.|
|1993-02-20||Roxy Theatre||674||2||Weekapaug ->||-> Weekapaug||Not played in its entirety.|
|1993-05-08||Field House, UNH||56||2||Bowie ->||-> Bowie|
|1993-08-14||World Music Theatre||26||2||Antelope ->||-> Antelope||"Rye, Rye Rocco" lyrics sung ove...|
|1994-11-12||MAC Center, Kent State Unive...||111||2||DwD ->||-> DwD|
|1999-07-17||Oswego County Airport||335||1||Tweezer ->||-> Taste|
|1999-12-10||First Union Spectrum||42||2||Bowie ->||-> HYHU|
|2010-07-01||Walnut Creek||189||2||Fluffhead >||Light Up|
|2010-10-20||Utica Memorial Auditorium||22||2||SOAMelt ->||> Piper|
|2011-06-04||Blossom Music Center||19||2||Hood >||-> Hood|
|2016-10-30||MGM Grand||221||2||Hood ->||-> Hood|
|Show Date||Artist||Song (Tease Type)||Venue|
|1999-12-10||Phish||Hold Your Head Up (Tease)||First Union Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA, USA|
|2000-07-15||Phish||The Mango Song (Tease)||Polaris Amphitheater, Columbus, OH, USA|
|2011-06-04||Phish||Harry Hood (Tease)||Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls, OH, USA|
|2014-10-28||Phish||Harry Hood (Tease)||Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, San Francisco, CA, USA|
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