Phish To Donate Proceeds From Live Phish

Phish has announced that effective Jan. 1, the group will donate net proceeds from its personal digital download service,, to the Mockingbird Foundation. The organization was founded by Phish fans to promote music education for children. According to the band, has generated more than $2 million in sales of live concert material.

“Playing live music has always been a source of indescribable joy for me, and everyday I count my blessings that I’m able to make my living doing something that I so deeply love,” says Phish guitarist Trey Anastasio. “It’s exciting then to think that a person can come to a Phish concert, and know that all the profits from the subsequent downloads of our music will go directly into children’s music programs. The fact that the Mockingbird Foundation was created by Phish fans makes it all the more inspirational to us.”


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