Setlists Matching Performer: Phil Abair


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.

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This performance took place in the Higher Ground Ballroom.

In honor of the 15th anniversary of the launch of Phish Food ice cream, Ben & Jerry's and the WaterWheel Foundation partnered to host this gathering in downtown Burlington that purported to be, as the name would suggest, the "World's Largest Cowbell Ensemble." Led by Jon Fishman, the gathering attracted roughly 1,600 participants.  Whether the ensemble was indeed the largest of its kind is still being confirmed by the Guinness Book of World Records.  Most of the proceeds from the event were donated to WaterWheel Foundation's Vermont Flood Recovery Fund, which helps to repair the devestation left by Hurricane Irene. Prior to the performance, Mike made an appearance at Ben & Jerry's and signed copies of his Steamroller Wheelies: A Restoration Convoy compilation, also benefitting Vermont flood recovery.

Seth Yacovone Band opened. Mike Gordon sat in on bass for the second set closing Money (That's What I Want).

Trey joined The Dude of Life and his band for the listed songs; “Chrome Car Reflections” was an acoustic duet with Trey and The Dude.

SET 1: Francella [1], Self[1], Pete Rose[1], Dahlia[1]


The listed songs featured Trey on guitar.

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In addition to Fish, these two songs also featured members of the opening act, Foxtrot Zulu.

SET 1: Self [1]


Fish sat in on drums for three songs in the second set, including Self. Phish had performed earlier in the evening at Madison Square Garden.

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Trey Anastasio and James Harvey sat in for portions of this gig.

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This show occurred one day after The Great Went; as Fish noted, between the two gigs “the crowd went from 60,000 to 60.”

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One Step Beyond opened.

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The Drovers opened.

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This smal club performance followed the weekend when Phish had performed before their largest audience to date, at The Clifford Ball.

J. Willis Pratt’s We're Bionic and The Dude of Life Band also performed in this triple-bill.

Trey played guitar for the entire show. Page sat in on keyboards from Bitchin' Again and Family Picture. Scotia Jordan provided vocals for Bitchin' Again.

Good w/Willis opened. Page sat in on keyboards for Bitchin' Again through Revolution's Over and Family Picture through Crimes of the Mind. Do You Know What I Mean? and Teenie Weenie Bit of Your Love featured Russ Flanagan on fiddle. Lucy In the Subway contained a Dear Prudence tease.

moe. opened. Trey performed for the entire show. Page sat in on keyboards for Bitchin' Again through Revolution's Over. Sofi Dillof provided vocals for Bitchin' Again. Dahlia featured a rare Fish drum solo.

Mike sat in from Self through the end of the show. Trey sat in from Family Picture through the end of the show.
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