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  • Category: Features

    Listen To Phish Jam With Derek Trucks, On This Day In 1999

    Without a doubt, two of the best guitarists in the business are Derek Trucks and Trey Anastasio. While their paths have crossed on a handful of occasions (including a JAMMY Award performance pictured above), Trucks has only made one appearance ever with Phish proper. On July 7th, 1999, Phish hit the Blockbuster Pavilion in Charlotte, […]

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    Strange Machines Adds Baker’s Dozen Late-Night With Eggy

    Boston, MA-based quartet Strange Machines is joining in on the Phish Baker’s Dozen late-night fun this summer with their own performance at New York City’s DROM on Wednesday, July 26th. The group, who has been accruing quite a rabid fanbase since their inception back in 2011, will keep the vibe going into the early-morning hours with special […]

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    Watch John Lennon And Frank Zappa Jam At The Fillmore East, On This Day In 1971

    On June 6th, 1971, an unlikely meeting between two musical legends occurred at the historic Fillmore East in New York, NY, as Frank Zappa and John Lennon shared the stage. Just a short while after The Beatles’ reign had ended, Lennon continued to perform with his Plastic Ono Band. Meanwhile, Zappa was just making a name for himself with his off-the-wall style and sharp wit. […]

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    Listen To Prince And Miles Davis Jam on Magical NYE Night

    Towards the end of his life, trumpeter Miles Davis predicted who some of the greatest artists of the future would be. Published in his autobiography, which was released posthumously, Davis selected three musicians to carry on the burning fire of music: Fela Kuti, Kassav and Prince. With the recent passing of the legendary guitarist, we can […]

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  • Category: News

    Hiker Used Phish, The Grateful Dead, And Over 300K Calories To Conquer The Appalachian Trail

    Late last year, hiker Karl “Speedgoat” Meltzer broke the record for the fastest completion of the Appalachian Trail, traversing the rocky rough from Maine to Georgia in just under 46 days. Phish fans quickly pointed out the number in amusement, and jokes about Meltzer’s run and the Phish song “46 Days” flooded social media. But Meltzer’s […]

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    Watch Spafford Infuse A 20-Minute “Walls” Jam With The Jazz Standard “Made For Wesley” [Pro-Shot]

    As Spafford stormed through the Midwest this past fall, fans were treated to high energy performances filled with exciting improvisational excursions. The band was firing on all cylinders as they made their heavily anticipated first stop in Milwaukee, WI at The Mirarmar Theatre.  Fans were treated to a performance packed with jams, some very well […]

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    Phish Delivered All-Time Great 37+ Minute “David Bowie” In Minneapolis, On This Day In 1994

    Phish fans love to argue about the music. With so many incredible performances to choose from in the band’s massive live catalogue, every fan has a different opinion about what the best versions of a given song are, and most are not shy about telling you why they feel that way. But there are certain […]

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    Listen To Phish’s Glorious 38-Minute Version Of “46 Days” From Limestone 2003

    A beloved jam vehicle for Phish in the 2000’s, the Round Room track “46 Days” is always emphatically met with cheers whenever placed in a setlist. Whether it is a short-but-sweet jam in the first set or an extended space-funk odyssey in the second half, “46 Days” never fails to incite an energetic response from […]

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    TAUK and Naughty Professor Will Join Forces For New Orleans Throwdown This Weekend

    This weekend, rock fusionites TAUK are teaming up with future funk’s finest Naughty Professor for a one-stop shop at the Howlin’ Wolf in New Orleans. While both bands are completely instrumental, they offer extremely different attitudes that complement each other in a profoundly tasteful way. The night will begin with the jazz-influenced party culture of Naughty Professor, in their […]

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    Watch Cabinet Jam With Justin Mazer & The Turkuaz Horns At Peach Fest [Pro-Shot]

    Pennsylvania bluegrass outfit Cabinet continues to impress with their high-energy slamming musicianship, and that was on full display when they hit the Peach Music Festival just a few months ago. The band has been a staple of the Peach Fest since the beginning, and their fan base is only growing as they leave crowds in […]

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