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06/04/13Posted in news by Madison Murphy


Members of Phish, Trey Anastasio Band, and Twiddle to Cover Dead Set in Burlington, VT TONIGHT


Nectar's weekly "Dead Set" in Burlington, VT just took an epic leap for the better with tonight's confirmed roster. Cats Under The Stars (the popular tribute band for the Jerry Garcia Band) are boasting a remarkable lineup including Jon Fishman of Phish, Russ Lawton of Trey Anastasio Band, and Mihali Savoulidis from Twiddle. The show starts at 9 PM and is expected to end around 2 AM. Fans 21+ are in good luck with free entry, but for anyone 18+ will have to pay $5 (which we think is still a pretty solid deal).

Stream The Show Below:

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Update: Last nights setlist via phish.net:

Set 1BerthaMississippi Half-Step Uptown ToodlelooRow Jimmy[1]Bird Song [1],They Love Each OtherNew Speedway Boogie[2]Scarlet Begonias

Set 2Playing in the Band > Uncle John’s Band -> Morning Dew -> Uncle John’s Band -> Playing in the BandTerrapin Station

EncoreFranklin’s TowerFire on the Mountain -> Drums -> Fire on the Mountain

[1] Dave Grippo on sax.
[2] Kevin Shapiro on second drum kit in place of Russ Lawton.

Notes: Fish played drums (along with Russ Lawton) for the entire show. “Row Jimmy” and “Bird Song” featured Dave Grippo on sax. “New Speedway Boogie” featured Phish arcchivist Kevin Shapiro on a second drum kit in place of Russ Lawton.


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