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I Am Random through Steps featured Michael "Mad Dog" Mavridoglou on trumpet, Ben Walkenhauer on saxophone, and Jason Branscum on trombone.

This entire show was performed by Trey solo acoustic. Trey walked off the stage while the crowd was still singing along to Bathtub Gin and played the final notes of Gin when he returned for the encore.

This entire show was performed by Trey solo acoustic and featured the first Trey acoustic performance of Mr. Oysterhead.

This show featured the Phish debut of A Life Beyond The Dream. Trey teased No Men In No Man's Land in Back on the Train. Page teased HYHU after I Didn't Know. Birds of a Feather contained a Dave's Energy Guide tease from Trey and The Final Hurrah and Your Pet Cat quotes. Split Open and Melt was performed as an encore for the first time since November 12, 1991 (1,318 shows).

This show featured the TAB debut of No Men In No Man's Land. Trey teased Streets of Cairo in Camel Walk, San-Ho-Zay in Bounce, and Oye Como Va in Soul Planet. Waste was performed by Trey solo acoustic.

Victim through Victim 3D featured Michael "Mad Dog" Mavridoglou and Eric Lechliter on trumpet, Ben Walkenhauer on saxophone, and Dominic Marino on trombone. This setlist is unconfirmed.

This show featured the Phish debuts of Tuesday and Crazy Sometimes and was webcast for free via LivePhish. DWD was unfinished. Trey quoted Waves at the end of Ghost and teased Oye Como Va in Wombat.

This show was webcast via LivePhish. After Roses Are Free, Trey gave a call-out to Aaron Freeman and Mickey Melchiondo (aka Gene and Dean Ween), encouraging them to get Ween back together. Trey teased For the Love of Money in It's Ice, Call to the Post at the end of Bathtub Gin, and DEG in Hood. Chalk Dust was unfinished.

Limb By Limb contained a DEG tease. Meatstick featured fans on stage dancing. Tweezer contained Another Brick in the Wall Part 2, Under Pressure and Ice Ice Baby quotes as well as a Meatstick jam. Antelope featured Under Pressure and Meatstick teases, a Fernando (Abba) quote with the lyric changed to "Can you hear the drums, Orlando?" Antelope's lyrics were changed to "Marc Orlando Esquandolas from Syracuse, NY" and "Run like Orlando out of control." "Orlando" was repeated several times.

Shaggy Dog was played for the first time since October 29, 1995 (574 shows). Runaway Jim and Fluffhead contained When the Saints Go Marching In teases from Trey. Following Stash, Poor Heart and Moma Dance were quickly aborted due to Fish mistakes. Trey suggested that they play a song that started with drums and Llama was subsequently played. Trey later said that Buffalo Bill was one of his all time personal favorites that starts with the drums. After Buffalo Bill, Trey said Fish was a master of songs that he starts himself.  In the Bowie intro, Trey told the crowd that this was Chris Kuroda's favorite Phish song (having Kuroda give a thumbs up to confirm), adding that "every day back stage, before we walk on, we say 'Chris? What should we play tonight?' and he only says one song. Every night." DWD was unfinished. Twist contained an Eleanor Rigby tease from Trey and a Heaven on Their Minds (from Jesus Christ Superstar) jam. This show featured the first Fluffhead encore since November 3, 1990 (1,124 shows).

Reba did not contain the whistling ending. Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone.

This show marked the debut of Steam. Trey teased San-Ho-Zay in Kill Devil Falls. Antelope featured a Streets of Cairo tease from Trey and saying different band members' names (including Toph) before the "Esquandolas" lyric. Sally included Manteca teases, Hood contained Have Mercy and Lizards teases, and Character Zero contained Smoke on the Water teases.

"Sample in a Jar" through "Backwards Down the Number Line" were solo acoustic by Trey. "Hey Ya!" was performed acoustic by Trey with the rest of TAB joining him.

SET 1: No Expectations, Sideshow Blues, Rain Still Falls, Fastball, Sometimes I've Won, Don't You Lean on Me, Goin' Across the Sea, Raleigh & Spencer > Ten > Raleigh & Spencer, Troubled Mind > 20 Eyes > Troubled Mind, Crow Black Chicken [1] > East Nashville Easter[1]

SET 2: Steep Grade Sharp Curves[1], Kentucky Mandolin[1], Up On The Hill Where They Do The Boogie[1], Cupid Shot Me Twice[1], Fine Excuses[1], I'd Like Off[1], Whipping Post[1], How 'Bout You?[1], Cuckoo's Nest[1], If There's Still Ramblin' in the Rambler (Let Him Go)[1] > Get Me Out of Jail[1] > Fingerprint[1] > Midwest Gospel Radio[1] > Two Hits and the Joint Turned Brown[1] > If There's Still Ramblin' in the Rambler (Let Him Go)[1]

ENCORE: Girlfriend is Better[1]


Fish sat in with the Yonder Mountain String Band from "Crow Black Chicken" through the end of the show.

Benevento/Russo Duo opened. Trey teased "San-Ho-Zay" in "Mud City." The G.R.A.B. debut of “Billie Jean” (Michael Jackson) was performed instrumental and intertwined with the “Mud City” theme throughout. “You’ve Got Me Floating,” “On the Road Again” and “Wilson” were performed by Trey on acoustic guitar and Mike on banjo. “Wilson” was played in part in a bluegrass style with alternate lyrics "Cactus" instead of "Wilson" and was followed by a “we’re still having fun” jam. “Who Are You” featured Mike on acoustic guitar. This show was the only G.R.A.B. performance released as a LivePhish download

This single set performance was as the opening act for Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers. This setlist is unconfirmed as recordings of the performance do not circulate.

Tea Leaf Green opened. This setlist is unconfirmed as recordings of the performance do not circulate. A pre-recorded version of “70 Volt Parade” was played over the P.A. as the band took the stage. “Invisible” featured Trey and Les on acoustic guitars. Trey performed “Sample” through “Chalk Dust” solo acoustic.

  “Burlap Sack and Pumps” was played “for all you motherfuckers in love.” “Back on the Train” through “Wilson” were performed solo acoustic. “Wilson” included a “Double Team” (Tenacious D) tease. “Push On ‘Til the Day” included an “Oye Como Va” tease from Trey.

  After “It’s Ice,” Trey noted, “In the words of the immortal Jimi Hendrix, I know I missed a verse." Trey performed “Waste” and “Back on the Train” solo acoustic. “Love That Breaks All Lines” was performed without Les or Skeeto.

Trainwreck opened. Page performed “Wading in the Velvet Sea” and “Strange Design” solo on an upright acoustic piano. This setlist is unconfirmed as recordings of the performance do not circulate.

Piper contained a DEG tease. For the first known time, Weekapaug was played without Mike’s Song (possibly to bring closure to the Mike’s Song a night earlier). Gin included a down-tempo DEG tease and a Mr. Completely tease.

Lifeboy was played for the first time since November 25, 1998 (133 shows). During I Didn’t Know, Trey introduced Fish as “Henrietta, the world’s finest vacuum player.” I Didn't Know also included some dancing antics from Trey, Page, and Mike while Fish took his vacuum solo. 2001 included teases of Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring, Simple Gifts, and Stash from Trey.

The Slip opened. This setlist is unconfirmed as recordings of the performance do not circulate.

SET 1: We Are Rolling, Hey-Hee-Hi-Ho > Shacklyn Knights, Nostalgia in Times Square/Angel Race (I'll Wait For You), Big Time, Just Like I Pictured It

SET 2: Felic [1] > Partido Alto[1], Note Bleu, Dracula > Blue Pepper > Third Stone From the Sun, Chubb Sub

ENCORE: Bubblehouse


Fish sat in playing a variety of percussion instruments on Felic and Partido Alto.

Disease was unfinished. The jam out of Mango included a Have Mercy tease. The key phrase in Makisupa was “heady nuggets.”

Trey played keys for part of PYITE. During Meatstick, Trey talked about the band’s desire to teach fans the Meatstick Dance and break the world record. He then informed the crowd that the New Year’s Eve concert would be played in Florida.

Bowie contained a Take Me Out to the Ballgame tease from Mike. So Lonely made its Phish debut at this show.

This show marked the first Mind Left Body Jam since June 18, 1994 (298 shows) although it had been teased on occasion in between. Antelope's lyrics were changed to "suck the deershit from this side of the hole."

Soundcheck: Boogie On Reggae Woman, Funky Bitch, I'll Be Around, For No Reason Here's Apu, Demand, My Mind's Got a Mind of its Own, The Stallion Pt 3, The Rover, Limb By Limb

SET 1: AC/DC Bag -> Psycho Killer[1] -> Jesus Just Left Chicago, My Mind's Got a Mind of its Own > It's Ice -> Swept Away > Steep > It's Ice > Theme From the Bottom, Tube, Jam -> Slave to the Traffic Light

SET 2: Timber (Jerry The Mule) > Wolfman's Brother -> Boogie On Reggae Woman > Reba[2], Guyute > Possum

ENCORE: A Day in the Life


Psycho Killer was unfinished. JJLC included a Rocky Mountain Way tease. Boogie On Reggae Woman was played for the first time since September 13, 1988 (988 shows). Reba did not have the whistling ending. Possum included "Charge!" teases and a We Will Rock You tease from Mike. The soundcheck's Funky Bitch featured Trey on vocals and included Black-Eyed Katy teases. Mike teased Boogie On Reggae Woman in The Stallion Pt 3. Trey teased Purple Haze at the end of The Rover. This show is available as an archival release on LivePhish.com.

Good Times Bad Times was dedicated to “the man in the dragon pants,” a.k.a. Jimmy Page. Antelope included a Brady Bunch theme tease. The encore, which included the first ever Phish performance of Come Together, was played in remembrance of John Lennon’s death on December 8, 1980.

The soundcheck's My Generation was performed acoustic. Bathtub Gin contained Long Tall Glasses teases from Trey. This show is available as an archival release on LivePhish.com.

Helter Skelter ended with the band singing "I've got blisters on my fingers" a cappella to the tune of Back In My Hometown.The Vibration of Life featured a Wipe Out tease. To France was teased in 2001 and quoted in the YEM vocal jam, foreshadowing the song's Phish debut later in the show. YEM also included Frankenstein teases. I’m Blue I’m Lonesome through My Long Journey Home were performed acoustic; My Long Journey Home featured the “Reverend” Jeff Mosier on spoons. This show marked the first Phish performance of Fixin’ to Die. Both To France and Fixin' To Die featured Mosier on banjo with Mosier also singing lead vocals on Fixin' To Die.

Have Mercy was played for the first time since August 14, 1993 (111 shows). Down with Disease was unfinished. The Old Home Place, Nellie Kane, and Foreplay/Long Time were performed acoustic. This show is available as an archival release on LivePhish.com.

Though written many years earlier, NO2 made its first known appearance at this show. Suzy contained a Heartbreaker tease and Gin included a Caravan tease from Page and a teases of The Tra La La Song (One Banana, Two Banana) from Trey.

My Sweet One was performed acoustic and, along with Carolina, without microphones. Catapult was sung over the Midnight Rider jam. Icculus was played for the first time since March 25, 1993 (128 shows). Weekapaug was unfinished. Cavern contained a Voodoo Child (Slight Return) tease. This show was officially released as Live Phish 10. The soundcheck's The Wedge Jam was released as an iTunes bonus track called "Columbus Soundcheck Jam."

After a few lines of The Horse, the fire alarm went off. The band kept playing but the house lights came on and the building was cleared for 20 minutes. The music resumed with Fire, and that was the only “set break.” My Friend included a Rock and Roll, Hoochie Koo jam. SOAM subsequently included additional Rock and Roll, Hoochie Koo teases and an atypical jam. Chalk Dust contained Barracuda teases. Suzy contained a Rock and Roll, Hoochie Koo tease from Trey. Ginseng Sullivan through Dog Faced Boy were performed acoustic and without microphones, and Sweet Adeline and Amazing Grace were performed without microphones.

BBFCFM included a Divided Sky tease, Foam contained a Dixie tease from Trey, Possum included a Tequila tease, and the intro to the first HYHU contained a "Charge!" tease. The Horse featured Trey on acoustic guitar and I Didn’t Know featured Fish on Madonna washboard. Bowie included Random Note and Simpsons signals. After the introductory HYHU, while Fish tried to figure out which song he would sing, Trey congratulated a fan who sunk two “baskets” during the BBJ. Page teased "Charge!" and the band responded with a brief tease of Rock and Roll Part Two before Fish cued up Love You.

Suzy Greenberg, Tweezer, Guelah Papyrus, and YEM included Tequila teases. Guelah included a Simpsons signal. YEM also contained Entrance of the Gladiators and Oye Como Va teases and the YEM vocal jam was to the tune of Cocaine and included some Tweezer lyrics. Slave was played for the first time since October 24, 1991 (241 shows).

The jam segment of this Melt is the one that appears at the end of Demand on Hoist. The Mockingbird Narration contained a quote of the Winkie Chant ("O-Ee-Yah! Eoh-Ah!") from The Wizard of Oz. I Didn't Know featured Fish on trombone and The Horse featured Trey on acoustic guitar. Antelope contained a Divided Sky tease from Trey, an I'm a Man (Spencer Davis Group) tease from Page, and Simpsons, Key Change, Tritone Down, and Random Note signals. Mike's contained a brief Oye Como Va tease. Gumbo contained a Free Bird-style ending.

The Bowie intro contained Lawn Boy teases from Trey as well as Simpsons and All Fall Down signals. The beginning of My Friend featured Trey on acoustic guitar. YEM contained Mission: Impossible theme teases. Whipping Post featured Fish on vocals. Amazing Grace was performed without microphones.

Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. Sweet Adeline was performed without microphones. Antelope included Simpsons and Aw Fuck! signals. During the break in Guelah, Trey explained the concept of the Big Ball Jam to the crowd. Guelah also included a Random Note signal. ‘A’ Train included Dixie teases, to which the audience sang along.

Wilson contained All Fall Down, Simpsons, Oom Pa Pa, Random Note, and Aw Fuck! signals.

Sweet Adeline was performed without microphones. Trey rollerbladed through the crowd during Weekapaug. Baby Elephant Walk made its Phish debut at this show and contained an All Fall Down signal before returning to Bowie. This show (with the exception of Sweet Adeline) was made available as a Live Phish archival release.

Prior to starting Suzy, the band sung the first line a cappella in a different manner than the rest of the song. This set was an opener for Santana.

No known setlist


After opening for them, all of the members of Phish sat in for the listed portion of Santana’s set. No setlist is known.

Possum was introduced as the song that Jeff wrote and included Aw Fuck!, All Fall Down, Me and My Arrow (Asshole), and Random Laugh signals. During Fee, a fake palm tree was lowered onto the stage behind Page. Sweet Adeline was performed without microphones.

Guelah included use of the Secret Language. Weekapaug contained references to Rhode Island. During Love You, there was "Don't try this at home" banter regarding Fish's vacuum. The joking was subsequently referenced in Contact. There are no known audience recordings of the first set in circulation.

Possum contained two Charlie Chan signals and Simpsons and Clapping signals. Happy Birthday was performed by Trey (on drums), Page, and Mike and was sung by Fish and the crowd. At the beginning of Love You, Fish said "It's the birthday boy's choice" and Trey responded "It's my birthday and I want to hear Honey Love You."

The David Bowie intro contained Charlie Chan and Simpsons signals. Memories was performed without microphones.

SET 1: Setlist unknown

ENCORE: David Bowie


JIM was the opening act. There is no known setlist for this show outside of the Bowie encore which featured members of JIM joining in on vocals and various instruments.

This show marked the first known performances of Tweezer, Cavern, and Runaway Jim as well as the first known Phish performances of Sweet Adeline and Uncle Pen.  Contact contained a Sailor's Hornpipe tease from Trey and If I Only Had a Brain featured Fish on trombone. A cover of James Bracken’s Steppin’ Out (which appears on Live Cream Volume II) may have been performed as the first encore tune, but this is unconfirmed.
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