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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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    Mimi Fishman Foundation Auctioning Off Jon Fishman’s Used Drumsticks Online For Charity

    The Mimi Fishman Foundation is a charitable organization started by and named for Phish drummer Jon Fishman‘s late mother, Mimi Fishman. The non-profit raises money for causes close to Fishman’s heart, including charities that seek to improve the lives of children and their families. The organization raises money by auctioning off concert paraphernalia from some of our favorite music makers, such as Phish, String Cheese Incident, Umphrey’s McGee, moe., and Yonder Mountain […]

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    Tributes To The Allman Brothers, Phish, & The Disco Biscuits To Play “Evolution Of Jam” Show

    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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    Natalie Cressman Discusses Her Influences Behind The Traces EP, What It’s Like To Be A Girl In A Boys Club

    Singer/Songwriter/Tromobonist Natalie Cressman is certainly well-known within our scene as a long-standing member of the Trey Anastasio Band, but her solo resume is extremely impressive unto itself. She recently released a new five-song album titled The Traces EP, which we’re preparing to celebrate on Friday, March 24th, at New York City’s American Beauty (purchase tickets here). Cressman’s album […]

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    Phish Announces Additional Summer Dates & Dick’s Labor Day Run

    Well, happy Tuesday to you too! Phish has just announced eight new dates, including a three-night tour-opener at Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island in Chicago, IL from July 14 – 16, as well as the return of their annual Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Colorado on Labor Day Weekend. Also new to the schedule are Nutter […]

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    Greensky Bluegrass Crafts Phish-Infused Traffic Cover And Much More In St. Paul

    Last night, jam-grass road warriors Greensky Bluegrass continued their current tour with another sold-out stop at the Palace Theatre in St. Paul, MN, after celebrating St. Paddy’s day the night before in Milwaukee. As always, the band delivered a captivating set highlighted by top-to-bottom skilled musicianship, charismatic showmanship, and creatively ‘grass-ified takes on old favorite tunes. The […]

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    Holly Bowling Debuts Phish’s “Miss You” In Honor Of A Lost Life [Audio]

    Holly Bowling is unlike anyone else on the road right now. Playing the music of Phish and the Grateful Dead, the classically-trained pianist captivates audiences nationwide with her takes on jam band giants. Recently, she stopped by the River Street Jazz Cafe in Plains, Pennsylvania to honor the life of Jeff Haraschack. The set included special […]

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    Ben & Jerry’s Share Origins Of Phish Food On 20th Anniversary [Watch]

    Ben & Jerry’s came out with their famed “Phish Food” ice cream 20 years ago today. The two business owners, Ben and Jerry, considered themselves “lucky to be associated” with the band, their fans, and the culture that comes along with Phish, even joining them on stage in 1996 at Clifford Ball. The history of […]

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    Members of Phish, Widespread Panic, Allman Brothers To Play Col. Bruce Hampton’s Birthday

    Col. Bruce Hampton is turning 70 and he’s celebrating his birthday with a huge concert at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta, with proceeds benefiting the Fox Theatre Institute and other musician-focused charities. On Monday, May 1, 7:30PM, “Hampton 70: A Celebration of Col. Bruce Hampton” will feature collaborations by Col. Bruce’s friends and admirers as they come together […]

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    Trey Anastasio Plays Acoustic “Maze,” Covers Paul Simon In Solo Run Finale [Full Video]

    Last night, Trey Anastasio rounded out his brief solo acoustic run with a performance at Portsmouth Music Hall in Portsmouth, NH. Following the trend of the previous two shows of the run (in Northampton, MA and Troy, NY), Anastasio performed a selection of songs from throughout his career, interspersed with candid stage banter and stories about the material. As he was […]

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