, attached to 1996-10-21

Review by casperphish

casperphish Very vivid memories of this show. Drove down from Albany right after a full day of teaching band at my school. This is my most memorable moment from the show...was watching the show from behind the board, just to the right. During intermission I happen to see an older gentleman with a "Phish Parent" lanyard standing next to me. So I ask him, "May I ask, Sir who's parent of the group you are?" "I'm Trey's Dad." NICE!!! I find out from our chat he was a teacher as well. Papa Anastasio smiled and nodded his head when I told him I was a music teacher. We continued to chat about teaching and asked each other why we chose teaching as a career. Lights dimmed, I thanked him for the chat, he wished me best of luck with my career, the boys came back out on stage and the music started again. Very cool moment for me. Maybe one of the coolest non musical Phish moments for me.


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