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Trey Anastasio & Classic TAB @ T5: Setlist

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Fans at Terminal 5 were treated to a super-sized portion of Trey Anastasio and Classic TAB this evening in New York City. The ensemble took the stage at 8:30, snuck a quick setbreak  nearly two hours later and then returned for 70 minutes worth of music. All in all, Trey and his band were onstage for three hours mixing old school TAB tunes, Anastasio’s eclectic batch of new songs and five classic Phish songs played on acoustic.

[Photo from Red Bank by Regan Teti Marscher]

As the first set approached the two hour mark, there was talk that perhaps Big Red had done away with setbreak as he had done a few years back when he performed Phish songs on acoustic in lieu of an intermission. Some were visibly shocked when Anastasio told the crowd there would be another set. Jennifer Hartswick stole the show in the second set with gorgeous backing vocals and a boisterous trumpet solo in Ether Sunday, her strong lead vocals on a cover of Led Zeppelin’s Black Dog and a blissful solo in Magilla. First Tube, the second song in the encore, gave Trey one last chance to rock the jammed-packed venue and he made the most of it.

Let’s look at the setlist…

Trey Anastasio & Classic TAB
February 16, 2010
Terminal 5
New York, NY

Set One: Shine, Cayman Review, Push On ‘Til the Day, Alaska, Mozambique, Gotta Jibboo, All That Almost Was, Drifting, Liquid Time, The Birdwatcher, Night Speaks to a Woman, Tuesday, Brian and Robert*, Strange Design*, Sample in a Jar*, Chalkdust Torture*, Wilson*

Set Two: Sand, Alive Again, Last Tube> Show of Life, Sultans of Swing, Ether Sunday, Black Dog

Encore: Magilla, First Tube

* – Trey Solo Acoustic

We’ll have more on Trey Tour tomorrow.

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11 thoughts on “Trey Anastasio & Classic TAB @ T5: Setlist

  1. Keyes Reply

    Nice! This jacks me up for a magical show at the beautiful Pabst! you know the Milwaukee crowd will be gettin down!!

  2. SEO 成果 Reply

    Wow, that’s so lucky and great to be New York.

  3. greg p Reply

    get over urselves. grow up. phish retired in 2000. they should have never come back. they are ruining thier legacy. they sold out. oh by the way phish heads, its not cool to go to shows when ur 30. losers

  4. MC_Phishy_Phish Reply

    Hey Greg P… whatever! I am 37 years old and glad I am not an old fart like you. It’s called fun! Now take your wife and kids to Chucky Cheese and stop raining on other peoples fun. You are the only loser here.

  5. Scott Bernstein Reply

    @greg p – Mom?

  6. CJ Reply

    @ GregP, “its not cool to go to shows when ur 30.” Might be the most ignorant sentence I’ve read since turning 30 5 years ago. People who enjoy live music do it for the experience and fun of it, regardless of age. Not to be cool, fool. Go back to hanging out with your cats.

  7. IceNine Reply

    I’m almost weeping that these acoustics happened in NYC as I sit with my Pabst tix. Still the Pabst is a phenom venue to see a show!

  8. KramkonG Reply

    @greg p
    wet blankets need not be included in this beach party. Move along…

  9. KramkonG Reply

    @greg p
    wet blankets need not be included in this beach party. Move along…I will happily enjoy all my friends tonight at the Pabst..young old or otherwise.

  10. KramkonG Reply

    it’s so true i said it twice.

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