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

    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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  • Kraz & Taz: Eric Krasno Band w/ Brandon “Taz” Niederauer Band (Post-Phish)

    SHOW DETAILS Who: KRAZ & TAZ – The Eric Krasno Band w/ The Brandon Niederauer “TAZ” Band Where: The Cutting Room When: Friday, August 4th, 2017 Doors: 11:30pm doors, show at 12:00am (technically early morning 8/5) Tickets: $20 advance / $25 day of show Purchase tix here: http://bit.ly/2pPwoeu The Eric Krasno Band will perform a […]

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  • Greensky Bluegrass w/ Marco Benevento @ Coney Island Boardwalk

    Celebrating 20 years of Phish’s WaterWheel Foundation Tickets:  http://bit.ly/2s22YcN

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  • Matisyahu @ The Cutting Room (Post-Phish)

    Matisyahu found himself on stage at the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival with the de facto leader of improvisational rock-n-roll; Phish’s front man Trey Anastasio. Many early fans of Matisyahu remember that moment clearly not because of the songs he played in front of the 80,000 person crowd, but because of his seemingly unfettered confidence […]

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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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  • Category: News

    Watch Phish’s “Lawn Boy” Grow Up Into A “Lawn Man” In Just About 30 Minutes [Pro-Shot]

    On Tuesday night, Phish returned to Madison Square Garden for the fourth night of their Baker’s Dozen run after a well-deserved night off. The donut theme of the evening was “Jam-Filled,” and the group delivered on this promise, putting on an instant classic of a show, which kicked off with a five-song first set. While across the board, the show was […]

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  • Category: News

    Phish Covers Prince, Led Zeppelin, & Neil Young During Set Two Of “Powdered” Night [Photos]

    As Phish took center stage on Wednesday night—the fifth night of their exciting Baker’s Dozen residency at Madison Square Garden—hardcore fans of the band were, for perhaps the first time during this run, genuinely perplexed. In retrospect, the first four nights of Baker’s Dozen featured fairly obvious themes: “Coconut,” “Strawberry,” “Red Velvet,” and “Jam-Filled.” In comparison, night five’s […]

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