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  • Category: News

    Trey Anastasio Taps Page McConnell, Mike Gordon, Grace Potter, Dave Grippo In VT [Videos]

    On Sunday night, Trey Anastasio Band put on a memorable set to close out Vermont’s Grand Point North Music Festival, the annual event on the Burlington waterfront. Although the festival is curated and usually headlined by Grace Potter, she ceded the final set to Trey, who made the most of his rare performance in Phish‘s city of origin with a […]

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  • Category: News

    Trey Anastasio Band Gears Up For Mini Fall Tour With Show In Portland [Photo/Video]

    Coming off of Phish’s annual summer-closing run at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Colorado, Trey Anastasio is already making use of his free time while the Vermont quartet is on break for the fall. The Phish guitarist hit the road this weekend with his side project, Trey Anastasio Band, for a three-day run across the Northeast around two festival appearances in New Brunswick, Canada, and Vermont. This weekend’s run […]

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  • Category: Features

    Phil Lesh Makes His Sole Appearance With Phish, On This Day In 1999 [Watch]

    Passing the torch. It’s a phrase that circulates around the jam music scene when a member of an older, reputable band joins a younger, reputable band on stage. The term circulated when Phish’s Page McConnell sat in with Twiddle not too long ago. Naturally, the phrase also made its way around on this day 18 years ago, when Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh sat […]

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  • Category: Features

    Celebrate B.B. King’s Birthday By Watching Him Jam With Trey Anastasio And The Roots

    You can’t have conversation about the blues—or, for that matter, the electric guitar—without mentioning B.B. King. Over the course of a decades-long career that saw him continue to perform right up to his death at age 89 in 2015, King established himself as a musical legend. He was a pioneer of the blues, helping to define […]

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  • Category: News

    Trey Anastasio Establishes Tortola Relief Fund, Pens Touching Tribute, Shares Recent Recordings

    It’s been a week of tragedy for those in the way of Hurricane Irma, the enormously powerful storm that caused widespread and catastrophic damage throughout its now two-week lifetime, particularly in parts of the northeastern Caribbean. Of the many places affected is Tortola in the British Virgin Islands, which was struck by Irma as a Category 5 […]

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  • Category: Features

    Phish Unleashed Fireworks Both Literal And Musical To Close Magnaball, Two Years Ago Today [Videos]

    Phish‘s Magnaball festival was quite the experience. For three beautiful days, fans from far and wide descended on the Watkins Glen International racetrack to create one of the most perfect weekends since the band reunited in 2009. With fans feeling right at home at the band’s second festival at the Glen, the weekend had a celebratory vibe […]

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  • Category: Features

    The Baker’s Dozen Awards: A Democratic Look At The Best Moments Of Phish’s 13-Show Residency

    Phish just finished their 13-show residency at Madison Square Garden known as The Baker’s Dozen, and the results are in: This was, without a doubt, a historic run from our favorite quartet from Vermont. Each show was special in its own way, with epic bust-outs, out-of-left-field covers and debuts, mind-blowing improvisation, and locked-in, full-band musicianship—forming what some […]

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  • Category: News

    Read New Outtakes From Trey Anastasio’s NYT Interview About Jamming And Baker’s Dozen

    Yesterday, The New York Times published an interview between Trey Anastasio and Jesse Jarnow about Phish’s recently ended thirteen-night run at Madison Square Garden dubbed the Baker’s Dozen. In the interview, Trey spoke about the rehearsal process for their MSG residency, as well as how they kept track of avoiding repeats, their penchant for covers, and night 13’s walk-out music to Billy Joel’s “New York State […]

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  • Category: Show Reviews

    Phish Completes Baker’s Dozen Residency With Triumphant Victory Lap

    Phish finished their instant-classic Baker’s Dozen residency last night, and there’s a lot to digest. The band completed their thirteen-show run without repeating a single song, a remarkable feat that sets the bar extremely high for any other major touring bands out there looking to do something special for their fanbase. The finale at Madison Square Garden […]

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  • Category: Reviews

    Phish Delivers Boston Cream Mash-Up, “Ghost,” & “The Lizards” For Penultimate Baker’s Dozen Performance

    Night twelve. It feels like just yesterday that this thirteen night run was on the horizon, as fans eagerly speculated about what Phish would do for this historic residency at New York’s Madison Square Garden. As the Baker’s Dozen progressed, each show became its own special donut, flavored with one-off covers, big jams, and, incredibly, no […]

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