Trey Anastasio‘s eight-week run of fan-less shows at The Beacon Theatre in New York City came to a triumphant close this past Friday. Throughout his two month residency, the guitarist and bandleader took the stage inside the empty theater every Friday night as joined by a rotating cast of musicians – mostly from his Trey Anastasio Band lineup with a notable appearance from Jon Fishman in the flesh and Page McConnell in pre-recorded videos – where they’d perform a full concert complete with sound, lighting, and video production while fans tuned in live via Twitch (with an audio simulcast on SiriusXM Phish Radio).

The Beacon Jams performances were free but viewers were encouraged to donate what money they could to support The Divided Sky Fund, a new arm of Phish’s Waterwheel Foundation with the goal of establishing a new drug treatment center in Vermont. According to a report published to Vanity Fair over the weekend, not only did Anastasio and his comrades succeeded in providing a weekly escape for a loyal fanbase desperate for the return of live music, but also reportedly raised over $1 million for The Divided Sky Fund in the process.

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Anastasio and company delivered week after week, and the final box score shows The Beacon Jams residency treated viewers to an astonishing 151 total songs performed with not a single repeat (reminiscent of Phish’s Baker’s Dozen residency at the nearby Madison Square Garden in summer 2017).

Fans who watched safely from home tuned in each Friday night in anticipation of what might happen or who might appear. Some of the guests throughout the run included Phish members in Fishman and McConnell, though the latter was pre-recorded. Other musicians from the TAB universe who became familiar faces throughout the residency included Russ Lawton, Tony Markellis, Ray Paczkowski, James Casey, Jennifer Hartswick, and Natalie Cressman to name a few.

See below for links to full recaps and videos of each show:

Night 1: Trey Anastasio Band Sans Horns, A Strange “Stash”, & Our First Look At The Production

Night 2: A “Divided Sky” Duet & The Birth Of The Rescue Squad Strings

Night 3: Twitch Chat Jams, Rescue Squad “What’s The Use?”, & A Message From Page

Night 4: Trey Anastasio Trapped At MSG, Alternate Realities, “Guyute” Meets “Thriller” 

Night 5: Trey Anastasio Revives Ghosts Of The Forest With 8-Piece Rescue Squad Strings

Night 6: The Angels Three, “YEM” Reimagined, & Cat Clips For Mango Hands

Night 7: Trey Anastasio Band Alive Again, Origin Stories, & Heather McDougal Song

Night 8: Trey Anastasio Bares His Soul, A Stunning “Slave”, & A Flash Mob Finale

[H/T Vanity Fair]