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  • Spafford @ BB King Blues Club & Grill (Post-Phish)

    There is no denying the incredible year that AZ-based jammers Spafford have experienced. Whether headlining their own shows, or opening for scene stalwarts such as Umphrey’s McGee or Lotus, Spafford has quickly ascended the scene. The band just wrapped up a mostly sold out tour, and blew out Music Hall of Williamsburg with Mungion earlier […]

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  • Perpetual Groove @ BB King Blues Club (Post-Phish)

    Since the group came off a two year hiatus back in mid-2015, Brock Butler (guitar, vocals), Adam Perry (bass, vocals), Matt McDonald (keys, vocals), and Albert Suttle (drums) have been putting together some of the strongest and most inspiring shows of the bands now twenty year career. To add to that, P-Groove released the EP Familiar […]

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  • The James Brown Dance Party @ Highline Ballroom (Post-Phish)

    On Friday,  July 28th, CEG & Live For Live Music are excited to present The James Brown Dance Party, a star-studded tribute to the king of funk. Happening at the Highline Ballroom, there will be two shows: an early performance starting at 8PM and a Phish After-Party set beginning at 11:59PM. Tickets available here (for early show) and here […]

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  • The James Brown Dance Party @ Highline Ballroom

    On Friday,  July 28th, CEG & Live For Live Music are excited to present The James Brown Dance Party, a star-studded tribute to the king of funk. Happening at the Highline Ballroom, there will be two shows: an early performance starting at 8PM and a Phish After-Party set beginning at 11:59PM. Tickets available here (for early show) and here […]

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  • Dopapod @ Gramercy Theatre (2 Nights Post-Phish)

    It’s April, and Summer is fast approaching. Usually, summertime means outdoor concerts at amphitheaters and festivals. However, in 2017, summertime means Phish’s “Baker’s Dozen” residency, which is slated to hit Madison Square Garden for thirteen shows in sixteen days between July 21st and August 6th. When Phish comes to NYC, phans can also look forward to a variety […]

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  • Turkuaz @ Irving Plaza (Post-Phish)

    Brooklyn power-funk masters Turkuaz will perform a very special Phish Baker’s Dozen late night show at Irving Plaza on Tuesday, July 25th. The band has been rising through the ranks over the past few years, making a name for themselves as they’ve crisscrossed the country, bringing their tight and polished sound to clubs and festivals nationwide. […]

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  • The Motet @ BB King Blues Club & Grill (Post-Phish)

    With Phish playing 13 shows over the span of three weeks in New York City at Madison Square Garden, there will be plenty of late-night shenanigans taking place all over Manhattan. During the first weekend, on Friday, July 21st, Colorado funksters The Motet will open the late-night festivities with a show of their own at […]

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  • The Werks @ American Beauty NYC (2 Nights Post-Phish)

    With Phish announcing their Baker’s Dozen run at New York City’s Madison Square Garden in late July through early August, the late-night game is sure to be strong. And Ohio’s The Werks just announced a special two-night run right around the corner at American Beauty on Friday, July 21st and Saturday, July 22nd to keep the […]

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  • Category: Features

    Phish Lays Down One Of Their Most Interesting “Waves” Jams During Soundcheck, On This Day In 2011

    Warming up for a three-night stand at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts in Bethel Woods, NY in 2011, Phish got into town one night early to set themselves up for the musical mayhem. The group proceeded to play a soundcheck that lasted for hours, weaving through their catalog with musical fluidity. Among the great jams from that session, […]

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  • Category: Features

    Feel The Feelings We Forgot: Phish Announced Their Official Breakup 13 Years Ago Today

    With all the excitement surrounding Phish these days, it’s possible to forget that at one point not so long ago, Phish was supposed to be gone forever. 13 years ago today, on May 25th, 2004, Trey Anastasio issued a statement that sent shockwaves through the Phish world: AN ANNOUNCEMENT FROM TREY (5/25/04) Last Friday night, I got together […]

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