In the middle of a short tour of European cities, this show is from a very small Northern Italian town. While tough to get to, Phish rewards the fans on tour right away by starting the show with a treat. Both sets have Jam Chart moments, tour hallmark passages, and the energy of a state-side band on stride across the pond.
A first-time performance from a now defunct venue populates Episode 10. A perfect July day leads to a fantastic Midwest melt with a great example of the elusive “flow” we all desire each time we show up. The third episode of All-Request January throws us deep into a few funky numbers in set one and rare treats woven into a thick second set. Underrated? Listen to what you have been missing from Summer ’98.
Few Phish concerts signal a change in the wings, but this is one of them. Starting a new year from their hometown, the band shows us practiced prowess and quite an number of new songs from an overlooked show to start a Spring Tour. A second set throw-down from the Giant Country Horns spells a treat for the continuation of Twenty8’s All-Request January on Fee’s Cavern.
Just before one of the best months in Phish history, July 1993 has a present for your ears. Check out this show from the shelves of the underrated.
This show has more than enough treats for under your tree. Let’s jump back to a show in July from the 80s!
A show from the top fifty? Yes, please! However, it was a lengthy climb to that position. Here is a concert that bears little in common with any other and has earned it’s accolades traveling the long road to the top.
Twenty8 is dusting off a show from a cold night on the north Atlantic. Stoke the fireplace and check out a lesser heralded show that features shades of the Everglades in both sets.
We step back in time to feature a show from one of college basketball’s most revered venues. Hoisting banners and pressing full-court! Here is another trip inside Fee’s Cavern.
The first show from one of our favorite arenas. From a hot tour in a great year, Fee’s Cavern takes a look at wonderful performance.
Let’s look at a Sunday night in Wisconsin. From the shelves of the forgotten, here is a Phish show that deserves a dust off.