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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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  • 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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  • Evolution of Jam Ft. Tributes to Phish, Disco Biscuits, & Allman Brothers Band

    Fans of the jam scene are some of the most rabid and intense followers in the music world. When it comes to jams, nothing makes us happier than when our favorite band goes beyond the structured section of a song into straight, improvisational territory, expanding the breadth of a song well beyond its typical limits. […]

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  • Category: News

    Trey Anastasio Honors Butch Trucks At Wanee With Heartfelt Speech And “Ooh Child” Cover [HD Video]

    Trey Anastasio took a moment yesterday during his performance with Trey Anastasio Band at Wanee Festival at Spirit of Suwannee Music Park in Live Oak, Florida, to pay tribute to the legendary Allman Brothers drummer and Wanee cofounder, Butch Trucks, who passed away this past January. In an emotional and heartfelt speech, Trey took the time to tell the crowd about being young and […]

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  • Category: News

    Trey Anastasio Joins Bob Weir At Wanee For Acoustic Dead, Phish, And Lady Gaga Covers [Full HD Video]

    On Saturday, Wanee Festival at the Spirit of Suwannee Music Park in Live Oak, Florida, saw Trey Anastasio play a performance with Trey Anastasio Band and the Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir perform with his Campfire Band later in the evening. These two artists ended up coming together during Weir’s set, putting on a magical acoustic duet segment for awe-struck fans. Traditionally with his Campfire Band shows, Weir plays a […]

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  • Category: Features

    Trey Anastasio Talks About The Night Phish Partied At Paisley Park

    The members of Phish have long been Prince fans, getting their start around the same time when Prince was peaking in his popularity during the 1980’s. While Phish has covered Prince’s “Purple Rain” many times over, and even “1999″ on New Year’s Eve 1998, the band’s ties to the Purple One run even deeper than […]

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  • Category: Features

    Read Our Birthday Tribute To Comedian Harris Wittels And A New Email Where He Details Why Phish Is Great

    Today would have been Harris Wittels’ 33rd birthday. Wittels was a hilarious and beloved comedian, serving as a brilliant writer, executive producer, and actor (as an animal control guy named Harris) on the show Parks & Recreation. For many Live For Live Music followers, he was our favorite tour guide through the cosmos (sorry), cohosting Analyze Phish with Scott Aukerman, a […]

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  • Category: Features

    20 Songs That Are Perfect For 4/20

    Happy 4/20! What better way to celebrate the holiday than with 20 thematically-appropriate tunes, hand selected by the L4LM crew. From blues to hip hop to reggae to funk, musicians are no strangers to the “Wildwood Weed.” So sit back, roll up a joint, and enjoy some great tunes. 1. Bob Dylan – “Rainy Day […]

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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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  • Category: News

    Trey Anastasio Band Debuts Portugal The Man Cover And Tom Marshall/Trey Original [Videos]

    Trey Anastasio came into Port Chester, NY, hot last night, opening up an extensive spring tour in support of his most recent album Paper Wheels with the first of two nights at the Capitol Theatre. The night immediately took off with a monstrous “Sand,” and Trey and his compadres showed no sign off slowing down, with the illustrious […]

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