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This show was webcast via Live Phish. Before 555, Page played an audio sample of Trey's vocals from Ghosts of the Forest. Trey teased San-Ho-Zay in Wolfman's Brother. This show featured the Phish debuts of Victim and Ghosts of the Forest. Terrapin was last played on August 11, 2004 (436 shows).

This show was broadcast on SiriusXM radio. Hello My Baby was performed for the first time since June 18, 2009 (417 shows). Jesus Just Left Chicago was played for the first time since October 22, 2014 (186 shows). Chalk Dust Torture was unfinished. Weekapaug Groove contained Ass Handed quotes from Trey, Fish, and Page. 2001 featured Fish on Marimba Lumina.

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This show was previously scheduled for April 5.

This entire show was performed by Trey solo acoustic, featured the first Trey acoustic performance of If I Could, and the debut of Empty House.

This performance was part of The Peach Music Festival and took place on the Peach Stage. Face and Victim 3D featured Greg Sanderson and Josh Schwartz on saxophones and Chris Brouwers on trumpet.

Soundcheck: Home, Come Together (this soundcheck is possibly incomplete)

SET 1: My Soul, NICU, Halley's Comet > Undermind, Divided Sky, Marissa[1], Home > Prince Caspian

SET 2: Punch You in the Eye > Mr. Completely > Mercury -> Rise/Come Together[1], Contact, Axilla > Steam > Backwards Down the Number Line

ENCORE: Things People Do, Bug > Rocky Top


This show featured the Phish debuts of Marissa and Rise/Come Together. Mr. Completely was played for the first time since July 15, 2003 (380 shows).

This show was part of the Catskill Chill Music Festival and featured the Mike Gordon debuts of Waking Up Dead and Let's Go.

This performance was part of the Peach Music Festival. The first set "Sand" was aborted shortly after it began due to a major storm that was in the area. Set two began with "Sand" started at the beginning of the song.

Soundcheck: Friends, Tide Turns, Things People Do, Unknown song (unconfirmed and possibly incomplete)

SET 1: Wolfman's Brother, Your Pet Cat, Blaze On, Waking Up Dead[1], Llama[2], Devotion To a Dream, Reba, Mike's Song > Horn > Farmhouse > Weekapaug Groove

SET 2: Crosseyed and Painless -> Friends[1], Down with Disease[3] > What's the Use? > Meatstick > The Line, Tide Turns[1], Backwards Down the Number Line, Dem Bones

ENCORE: Dear Prudence > Harry Hood


This show featured the debut of Waking Up Dead, Friends, and Tide Turns. Llama was performed in a slow funk style and ended with a Whole Lotta Love tease from Trey. The Birds was quoted in Weekapaug. DWD was unfinished.

The Birds was quoted at the end of Birds of a Feather. Sleep Again was last played August 7, 2010 (224 shows). This show featured the debut of Things People Do.YEM featured Trey on Marimba Lumina.

Free contained Martian Monster teases and quotes, Mike teased I Want You Back in Ya Mar, BOAF included quotes of The Birds, Page teased Tequila in Bathtub Gin and Trey quoted Martian Monster at the end of Hood. The soundcheck's Your Pet Cat contained Tomorrow's Song lyrics.

Skin It Back was played for the first time since August 22, 2012 (111 shows). The second Martian Monster of the set included part of the ending of Skin It Back. Bowie, Mule and Ghost contained Martian Monster quotes.  Mike teased Mercury in Bowie. Mule also contained a Marimba Lumina solo from Fish. Rock and Roll's lyrics were changed to reference Philadelphia.

Mike and Scott opened the show with a medley of songs that included "Ramble On" > "China Cat Sunflower" > "Feel Like Making Love" > "Deep River Blues" > "Whole Lotta Love" > "Jack & Diane" > "Long Train Running" > "Face." Scott teased "Roundabout" in "Different World." "Cruel World" contained a "Tiny Little World" tease. "How Many People Are You" was teased in "Babylon Baby." This performance was officially released as a free MP3 on LivePhish.

The start of this show was delayed due to inclement weather. Fuego contained a Godzilla tease from Trey and a Cars Trucks Buses tease from Mike.

This show featured the debut of "Different World" and the Mike Gordon debut of "Barton Hollow" (The Civil Wars). "Sound" contained a "Fly" (Sugar Ray) tease.

Trey teased Stash in Cars Trucks Buses. Melt and DWD were unfinished. Mike teased Pop Goes the Weasel during the DWD intro and American Woman in Twenty Years Later. Trey teased Dave's Energy Guide during Taste.

This gig was the Sunday headliner for Equifunk: The All-Inclusive Music Festival. Other performers included Soulive, The New Mastersounds, Marco Benevento, and Anders Osborne.

Trey appeared on the University of Pennsylvania’s World Cafe radio show. All of the songs were performed by Trey solo, acoustic, with interview segments between songs.

Maze featured an Eleanor Rigby tease from Page and Trey. The Mule duel featured Page on theremin. YEM contained a Scent of a Mule tease from Trey. Weekapaug contained a Divided Sky tease from Trey.

This show featured Trey performing with the Pittsburgh Symphony OrchestraScott Dunn conducting with orchestration by Don Hart.

"Backwards Down the Number Line" through "Down with Disease" were performed solo acoustic by Trey. "Heavy Things" through "Let Me Lie" were peformed acoustic by Trey with the rest of TAB joining him.

The first set was Trey solo acoustic excepting “Lawn Boy” (with Russ Remington on tenor sax and Tony on bass), “Liquid Time,” “Heavy Things” and “Hey Ya” (full TAB with Trey on acoustic). The second set and encore was electric TAB. “Wilson” contained “a shout out to the King of Prussia Mall, the greatest mall in the northeast.” “Twenty Years Later” was a TAB debut.

SET 1: Alaska [1]


This performance was part of the Legally Prohibited From Being Funny on Television Tour. Trey joined Conan and his band on guitar and vocals for "Alaska."

This show featured the Mike Gordon debut of "Hap-Nappy." "Midnight," "Where the Soul of a Man Never Dies" and "Country Boy" featured Danny Barnes on banjo. "Soulfood Man" contained "Wipe Out" teases.

The debut of Trey and Tom Marshall’s “Obstacle of Course” was dedicated to Tom and his daughter, Anna, both of whom were in attendance.

Kill Devil Falls contained San-Ho-Zay teases from Trey. During Wilson, Trey implored Mike to take a "heavy metal bass solo" (and Mike complied). The lyrics to Antelope were changed to "Been you to have any Mike, man?" followed by another bass solo from Mike.

Cities was played in response to a fan with a sign requesting the song and featured alternative lyrics referencing Thanksgiving. Reba did not have the whistling ending. Disease was unfinished. Much of Weekapaug was played at a significantly slower pace than normal. Prior to ADITL, Fish teased the Weekapaug drumbeat.

Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey opened. "Only a Dream" was unfinished to end the first set and then resumed at the beginning of the second set.

This show featured the first Walk Away since October 5, 2000 (80 shows). Disease was unfinished. After Grind, Trey remarked that Page blew the wrong note on the pitch pipe and had them all singing in the wrong key. They decided to perform another a cappella song and Trey joked that if they couldn’t get it right, Fish would sing Bike. Sure enough, Hello My Baby was no better and was aborted. However, true to his word, Trey announced that Fish will now sing Bike. For his part, Fish took the opportunity to welcome everyone to “the trainwreck portion of the show.” Bike was played for the first time since September 12, 2000 (95 shows).

“Cayman Review” contained a “Streets of Cairo” tease from Trey. After “Drifting,” the audience began chanting “Let’s go, Phillies” (this show took place on an off-day between Games 2 and 3 of the 2008 World Series) leading to a “Charge!” tease from Ray at the beginning of the ensuing “Jibboo.”

SET 1: No Expectations, Sidewalk Stars, Easy as Pie, Yes She Do (No She Don't), 40 Miles From Denver, Get Me Outta This City, Raleigh & Spencer, Funtime [1], Just the Same[1], Kentucky Mandolin[1] > Up On The Hill Where They Do The Boogie[1]

SET 2: Death Trip[1], New Deal Train[1], Granny Wontcha Smoke Some Marijuana[1], Only a Northern Song[1], Southbound[1], Hold Whatcha Got[1], Fingerprint[1], Classic Situation[1], Catch a Criminal[1], Nothin' But Nothin'[1], Girlfriend is Better[1] > Cuckoo's Nest[1]

ENCORE: Whipping Post[1]


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

This gig featured four Mike Gordon debuts: "Soumaila" (Craig Myers), Mike's original "Sound," "Things That Make You Go Hmm..." (C+C Music Factory) and "Takin' It to the Streets" (Doobie Brothers). "Soumaila" contained a "Those Were the Days" tease near its end.

This performance was part of the "Live Fridays from XPN" concert series and was broadcast live nationally on NPR stations. A recording of the performance is available on npr.org.

Trey appeared on the University of Pennsylvania’s World Cafe radio show. All of the songs were performed by Trey solo, acoustic, with interview segments between songs.

Mike took lead vocals on "Cumberland Blues." Mike and Jen Durkin shared lead vocals for "The Other One."

Mike joined TAB for "46 Days" through the end of the show.  At times, the jam preceding "First Tube" featured Trey on organ and Mike on lead guitar.

Benevento/Russo Duo opened, Phil Lesh & Friends closed. After the debut of “Motion” Trey noted that “you know, we really fucked that up!” Trey dedicated “Happy Birthday” to a fan in the audience and said that they would play “the most beautiful version of ‘Happy Birthday’ ever played.” “Shine” contained a “Happy Birthday” tease. Trey sat in with Phil & Friends for the entire second set and encore.

SET 1: Sitting on Top of the World > Loose Lucy > Shakedown on 9th Street, Mississippi Half-Step > The Weight

SET 2: Jam [1] > China Cat Sunflower[1] > Magnolia Mountain[1] > Terrapin Station[1] > Morning Dew[1] > The Wheel[1] > Fire on the Mountain[1]

ENCORE: Goin' Down the Road Feeling Bad[1]


Benevento/Russo Duo opened, G.R.A.B. closed. Trey sat in on guitar and vocals for the entire second set and encore in place of Barry Sless. Barry Sless re-joined the band for "GDTRFB."

SET 1: Shine [1], Sleep Again[1], Invisible[1], Tuesday[1]


Trey appeared on the University of Pennsylvania’s “World Cafe” radio show. Trey was interviewed between each of the songs. All of the songs were performed acoustic with Jen and Christina adding backing vocals.

Yerba Buena opened. This show was simulcast on WXPN. A pre-recorded version of “70 Volt Parade” was played over the P.A. as the band took the stage. “Free” through “Pebbles and Marbles” were performed by Trey solo acoustic. “My Friend” was stopped and re-started for Trey to re-tune one of his strings, and then was abandoned entirely; Trey thanked WXPN for broadcasting the show on the Internet and speculated that since all the critical fans on the Internet would be listening and causing Trey to “mess up,” and perhaps that it was “the Internet” that broke up Phish.

MMW opened. After “Drifting” Trey expressed how excited he was that Peter Forsberg would be playing for the Flyers the following season and said he would see everyone at the Stanley Cup parade (did not happen, alas). “Burlap Sack and Pumps” featured John Medeski on organ (without Ray).

Rana opened. Marco teased "Cars Trucks Buses" in "Clean Up Woman." "Foam" contained a "Weigh" tease from Mike. Scott Metzger sat in on guitar for "Heartbreaker." "Cars Trucks Buses" included a "Foam" tease from Marco.

Al and the Transamericans opened. "What Is and What Should Never Be" featured Al Schiner on guitar. "Ballad for Trio" featured Gordon Stone on pedal steel guitar. "Dark Eyes" featured Mark Guiliana on box drum.

Jazz Mandolin Project (w/Fishman) opened. Page performed “Tiny Dancer,” “Wading in the Velvet Sea” and “Army of One” solo on an acoustic, upright piano. This setlist is unconfirmed as recordings of the performance do not circulate.

Emmylou Harris & Spyboy opened. The first set was performed acoustic by Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds (no Trey).

Emmylou Harris & Spyboy opened. The first set was performed acoustic by Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds (no Trey).

Trey teased San-Ho-Zay in Seven Below, Julius, and Twist. The lyrics to Makisupa referenced waking up “in Hempstead.” Later in Makisupa, Trey commented on the upcoming 20th anniversary of the band, and noted Makisupa as the first original Phish song ever played. Trey also commented on his long-standing friendship with Tom Marshall and said that Tom had written Makisupa when he was a child. Trey brought Tom out on stage and noted that he thought Makisupa was written in 1969, leading Tom to note that we “have a 60’s song.” As Tom prepared to handle vocals on Buffalo Bill, Trey noted: “Tom is now going to sing you a song about a boss, a log, and a piece of rope.”

Kaki King opened. The encores featured guests Roy “Futureman” Wooten and G. Calvin Weston on percussion and Jeff Coffin on saxophone.

Daniel was played for the first time since February 23, 1997 (285 shows). Trey teased San-Ho-Zay in Cool It Down. Scent of a Mule included a tease of Wouldn’t It Be Loverly (from My Fair Lady). The jam out of Fee included a Maze tease. Harpua was played for the first time since November 2, 1998 (171 shows). The Harpua narration concerned Jimmy searching for “IT” and, eventually, joining a rock band and finding “IT” on the road. The Phish debut of Fooled Around and Fell in Love was preceded by a HYHU tease. In the soundcheck, Seven Below was teased in the Jam and Blue Bayou was quoted in Bittersweet Motel. This show was officially released on CD as Live Phish 07.29.03.

Trainwreck opened, followed by Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe. DJ Le Spam sat in on turntables from “Who’s Laughing Now?” through “No Quarter” as well as “CJ3.” Mike sat in on bass from “Strange Design” through the end of the show; only Page and Mike performed “Strange Design.” “Tiny Dancer” through “Strange Design” featured Page on an acoustic upright piano. In addition to Mike and DJ Le Spam, “CJ3” also featured members of Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe: Karl Denson on saxophone, Brian Jordan on guitar, and Chris Littlefield on trumpet. 

SET 1: Rich Man's Welfare, The Bridge, The Hen, Goldmine, Reality, Hopscotch [1], Look Out, Nasty Disposition > Manic Depression, Bag of Funk


During Karl Denson's set opening for Vida Blue, Page sat in on keyboards for a (23+ minute) offering of the Joe Chambers instrumental, "Hopscotch."

This was a taping session for the nationally syndicated radio program Live at the World Café. “Money, Love and Change” was played by request for show host David Dye.

Stevie Wonder’s “Signed Sealed Delivered, I’m Yours,” the instrumental version of Bob Marley’s “Small Axe,” and Trey’s original “Nothing but a ‘G’ Thing” were all TAB debuts. “Nothing But an 'E' Thing” was dedicated to Trey’s dad. Trey performed “Ray Dawn Balloon” through “Strange Design” solo acoustic. While tuning before “Driver” Trey noted his two “tuning heroes” – Leo Kottke, and “the greatest tuner ever,” Jimi Hendrix.

Soundcheck: Guy Forget -> Mirror in the Bathroom, Dog Log

SET 1: First Tube, Gotta Jibboo, Corinna, Birds of a Feather, Windora Bug, Run Like an Antelope[1], Golgi Apparatus, Bittersweet Motel

SET 2: Piper > The Lizards, Tube > Jam[2] > When the Circus Comes, Character Zero

ENCORE: Possum


Antelope featured Tom Marshall and his daughter, Anna, singing the “Rye Rye Rocco” lyrics. Antelope also included a Yakety Sax (the Benny Hill Show theme) tease. The jam out of Tube reprised Tube proper and contained a Summertime tease from Page. Possum included Stash teases from Trey.

This was a taping for Philadelphia’s Y100 Sonic Sessions radio program. This set was performed to a live audience of approximately fifty, and was first aired on Sunday, May 28, 2000.

This in-studio set took place after the Sonic Sessions taping and aired on the nationally syndicated public radio program, World Café. The version of First Tube from this performance appears on WXPN’s Live @ the World Cafe, 10th Anniversary CD.

Sneakin’ Sally began with an AC/DC Bag tease and did not contain a vocal jam. Trey teased Sand in Ghost. Possum included an All Fall Down signal.

Bowie was unfinished. The jam out of Have Mercy included a snippet of Bowie before returning to Have Mercy. The subsequent reggae-style HYHU contained a Have Mercy melody before leading to a vacuum solo. The Little Drummer Boy was teased in the second HYHU.

This show marked the Phish debut of Gold Soundz (Pavement). Trey forgot some of the lyrics, and Mike subsequently flubbed some of the lyrics to Ginseng. Before Limb By Limb, Trey remarked that they would try to get all the verses correct on the next song. Simple contained a Magilla tease and Weekapaug included Super Bad teases.
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