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This show was webcast for free via Live Phish and took place on the What Stage. Reba did not have whistling. Trey teased What's the Use? in Fuego.

This show was a live webcast on YouTube. The Gambler was a Phish debut and featured Kenny Rogers on vocals. Possum featured The Gambler and Streets of Cairo teases. Tweezer contained a Walk This Way tease from Trey and I Am Hydrogen teases from Fish. Shafty was played for the first time since December 30, 2003 (159 shows). Hood was unfinished.

This show, performed on the What Stage, closed out the 2009 Bonnaroo Festival. Before Mustang Sally, Trey remarked that he had seen a show at Jadwin Gym at Princeton University when was 12 (apparently referring to a 11/1/78 performance by Bruce Springsteen at this 3,000 seat venue, though Trey would have been 14 at the time), and added that Phish would now have an opportunity to play with one of his heroes, Bruce Springsteen. Springsteen joined in on guitar and vocals for Mustang Sally, Bobby Jean and Glory Days. Mustang Sally was played for the first time since August 5, 1988 (1,273 shows). This show marked the Phish debuts of Bobby Jean and Glory Days. Rock and Roll included a brief Rift tease. Limb By Limb contained a Dave’s Energy Guide tease.

This show marked Phish’s first appearance at Bonnaroo. This “late-night set” on the What Stage began at approximately 11:00 p.m. Highway to Hell was played for the first time since February 26, 1997 (325 shows). YEM contained a brief Salt Peanuts (aka Basie Boogie) tease from Page.

SET 1: Dog Log, Ginseng Sullivan, Nellie Kane, Ocelot, Beauty of My Dreams, Funky Bitch


This was the soundcheck for Phish’s Bonnaroo performances.

This late-night performance was part of the annual Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival and was billed as the “Bonnaroo Superjam.” “Suskind Hotel,” "Seasons” and “Trouble” were debuts; all of the remaining songs were G.R.A.B. debuts. Phil Lesh played bass with Mike on guitar for “Casey Jones;” Phil performed on a second bass for “GDTRFB.” Before “Casey Jones” Phil noted that “there will be no trampolines on this stage tonight!” Trey had performed with TAB earlier in the evening warming up for Tom Petty in Maryland Heights, MO. 

This first Oysterhead performance in almost five years took place at the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival that also featured Radiohead, Phil Lesh & Friends and Tom Petty among many others. This sjhow featured the Oysterhead debut of Jailhouse Rock.

This show was part of the 4th annual Bonnaroo Music Festival. "Funk #49" (Joe Walsh), "Boogie On Reggae Woman," "Close My Eyes" (Matisyahu), "Panama" (Van Halen) and "No Woman No Cry" (Bob Marley) were all TAB debuts.  "Close My Eyes" and "No Woman No Cry" featured Matisyahu on vocals and "Panama" featured Bo Bice on vocals.

This set was part of the fourth annual Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival that also featured Widespread Panic, Dave Matthews Band, Trey Anastasio and The Allman Brothers Band, among many others. This performance took place in That Tent. "9X9" through "My Pet Goat" were performed by The Duo only (without Mike). "The Beltless Buckler" featured Gabby La La on sitar. This show was made available on LivePhish.com and officially released on CD as The Benevento/Russo Duo Featuring Mike Gordon, Live at Bonnaroo 2005.

These sets were part of the third annual Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival. The first set featured Trey conducting the Nashville Chamber Orchestra except where noted; second set was electric TAB. "Prolgue" and "Coming To" were debuts. "Sing a Song" (Earth Wind & Fire) and "Devil Went Down to Georgia" (Charlie Daniels) were TAB debuts. “Flock of Words” featured Trey on acoustic guitar and vocals, Ray on piano and Jen on backing vocals. “The Inlaw Josie Wales” featured Trey on acoustic guitar. “Cincinnati” (intro) and “Discern” (intro) were performed by the TAB horn section only. “Secret Smile" featured Trey on electric guitar and vocals and Ray on piano. “First Tube” featured festival-closing fireworks.

This set took place on the What Stage as part of the annual Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival that also included Wilco, Bob Dylan, Los Lobos, The Dead, and Trey Anastasio Band. Dave performed "Some Devil" solo acoustic; Dave and Tim performed "Dancing Nancies" and "Thing" acoustic (no Trey). Dave and Trey performed "Waste" through "Bathtub Gin" acoustic.

This gig, billed as a "Superjam," was part of the second annual Bonnaroo Music Festival. 

SET 1: Jam [1]


Mike sat in on a second bass during the final encore. This gig was part of the second annual Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival that also featured The Allman Brothers Band, James Brown, The Dead, The Funky Meters, MMW, Sonic Youth, Widespread Panic, and Neil Young

This performance closed the main stage the final night of the 1st annual Bonnaroo Music Festival. “Wilson” and “Bathtub Gin” were performed by Trey solo, acoustic. The rendition of “Last Tube” from this gig appears on the Live from Bonnaroo 2002 CD.
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