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It's first come, first serve, so we look forward to seeing you bright and early! Phish is an influential American rock band noted for their extended jam sessions and musical improvisation.
The band was formed in in Vermont. The band's four members performed together for the better part of 21 years until their breakup in August Their music has elements of a wide variety of genres.
Each Phish concert was original in terms of the songs included, the order in which they appeared, and the way in which they were performed: most of their songs were never played the same way twice. Although the group received little radio play or MTV exposure, Phish developed a large following by word of mouth and the exchange of live recordings. All the insider stuff has tapered off a little. There are some songs where fans know where to clap but, you know what, you'll catch up.
Let's talk about guitar. But he's truly marked his own ground, mixing in spacey delays and echoes and whatnot. No one else sounds like him. But there are a lot of guitar gods out there. Phish's secret weapon is Page McConnell. Few rock champions lug a grand piano around with them and feature it so prominently.
When sexy hippie girls twirl around at shows, grabbing at imaginary stars, it's the bright piano keys they are reacting to. These days Phish is truly about the outstanding musicianship and, I must add, the unofficial fifth member of the group, lighting designer Chris Kuroda. As the band performs extemporaneously, Kuroda responds behind his massive electronic board. These are jazz lights. He jams the lights. Occasionally, when a tune devolves into post-lingual, free-form barbershop vocalizations, there's, like, a light solo, man!
If you go to a Phish concert, someone will shove a joint in your face and offer you a puff. Multiple times. Some people indulge too much and end up at the first-aid tent. In the parking lot, some jokers end up doing whip-its. One time, a putz ran in front of my car and nearly got killed. At a New Year's concert a blitzed-out girl covered in flashing lights and wearing a unicorn horn kept wanting to hug my wife. Sure, why not? Later, well past midnight, she asked when the countdown would start.
She was standing right there when thousands of balloons fell inside Madison Square Garden. The other members of the group are, according to lore, "pretty much sober," these days, too, either for their own well-being or to avoid enabling their frontman.
Years ago, their backstage antics were in tune with the crowd, but now, seconds after the final encore, each member of the group gets on his individual bus that whisks them away from the venue, a temptation-avoidance strategy borrowed from Neil Young.
Still, a lot of people enjoy the show with nothing more than a can of 7UP. During the summer shows, many people take their kids and let them run around on the back of the lawn. Everyone is groovin' and having a good time. There's never an opening act at a Phish show, but that hasn't prevented some extraordinary stamps-of-approval by musicians you know. Each member of Phish has a life outside the group.
Bassist Mike Gordon has his own band, too, but he's also made two feature films: one an experimental art-house movie, the other, Rising Low , a documentary about bass players.
And even though you may not know any Phish songs, the band's all about covering songs you do know. The list goes on. The album is comprised of two sides: side one containing short, spooky stories, and side two holding a variety of sound effects to match the narration. What resulted is one of the most important Phish shows in recent memory. The band opened the set inside of a haunted house, with a makeshift cemetery, full moon, and lots of zombie dancers surrounding them.
When the walls of the house eventually blew off, it revealed the members of Phish in white tuxedos with zombie makeup on, performing in close quarters while totally jamming out a full set of new instrumental material. During the performance, Phish truly did justice to one of the most-wished-for musical costumes over the years.Browse through the exclusive live Phish music catalog, which includes the latest Phish shows at legendary venues. Download or stream your favorite live Phish scorenabmespocapp.reidrexlicilimalindisctextdersticon.cog: Plow.