Our live coverage of the Phish New Year’s Run at MSG continues.
For the third time since they’ve been back, Phish are headlining a festival thrown by someone else. Following appearances at Bonnaroo in 2009 and Austin City Limits in 2010, the quartet performed two sets at Outside Lands in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park.
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Back in 2009 our staff put together a list of 10 Venues Phish Should Play (that they’ve never played at before) and number one on our list was the historic Hollywood Bowl. Tonight, Phish finally made their Hollywood Bowl debut as the second leg of Summer Tour 2011 continues.
For Phish’s first show at the Bowl they leaned on heavy-rotation staples throughout the night. The exception came in the middle of a fierce Weekapaug Groove during the second set, when drummer Jon Fishman made his way towards center stage where a mini-kit was set up. Fish led the band through a debut cover of Paul Simon’s 50 Ways To Leave Your Lover in which he simulated Steve Gadd’s signature drum part while singing the tune. The jam of the night came out of Piper and explored a number of different spaces quickly before melting into Mike’s Song.
READ ON for the setlist and The Skinny from Hollywood…
Phish Fall Tour 2010 has reached its final destination – Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City. Tonight marks the first of three sold-out shows at the venue.
Adam Edelman will be reporting on the show for @YEMblog. Our friends at YEMblog have also compiled a Twitter List featuring over 60 fans tweeting from Atlantic City this weekend. Head over to PhishTwit for the full “Couch Tour” experience. READ ON for the setlist…
Phish returned to the venue formerly known as Great Woods – now the Comcast Center – for the 14th time this evening as the quartet’s summer tour continued in Mansfield,
After a strong opening night in Chicago, Phish came out of the gates with purpose this evening for show number two at Blossom Music Center in Cuyahoga Falls, OH debuting