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SET 1: Flodown, Pancakes, Turned Clouds, Dripfield, Rockdale [1], Elmeg the Wise[1], Hot Tea [2]


Goose opened for TAB at this co-bill show. Rockdale through Hot Tea featured Trey on guitar. Hot Tea also featured James Casey on saxophone, Natalie Cressman on trombone, and Jennifer Hartswick on trumpet.

SET 1: Slow Ready, Jive I > Jive Lee, Bob Don, Factory Fiction, Madhuvan [1], Animal [2]


Goose opened for TAB at this co-bill show. Madhuvan and Animal featured Trey on guitar. Animal also featured Russ Lawton on drums.

SET 1: Arrow, Seekers on the Ridge Pt 1 > Seekers on the Ridge Pt 2, Thatch, Arcadia, Hungersite [1], Tumble [2]


Goose opened for TAB at this co-bill show. Hungersite and Tumble featured Trey on guitar with Trey adding vocals on Hungersite.

SET 1: Butter Rum, Creatures > Moby, All I Need, Yeti > Get the Funk Out Ma Face, This Old Sea [1], The Empress of Organos [2]


Goose opened for TAB at this co-bill show. The Old Sea and The Empress of Organos featured Trey on guitar. Trey added vocals on The Old Sea.

SET 1: So Ready, California Magic, Thatch, Don't Do It, Madhuvan, Red Bird [1] > Hot Tea [2]


Goose opened for TAB at this co-bill show. Red Bird and Hot Tea featured Trey on guitar. Trey added vocals on Red Bird.

SET 1: Animal, Flodown, Arrow > Hollywood Nights > Arrow, Dripfield, Fish in the Sea, Factory Fiction [1]


Goose opened for TAB at this co-bill show. Fish in the Sea featured Jennifer Hartswick on trumpet, Natalie Cressman on trombone, and James Casey on saxophone. Factory Fiction featured Trey on guitar.

SET 1: Drive -> Echo of a Rose, Rockdale, Same Old Shenanigans, Silver Rising, Wysteria Lane [1] > Arcadia [2]


Goose opened for TAB at this co-bill show. Trey sat in on guitar for Wysteria Lane and Arcadia and added vocals on Arcadia.

SET 1: Turbulence & The Night Rays, Atlas Dogs, Time to Flee, Electric Avenue, Tumble, A Western Sun, All I Need [1], Pancakes [2]


Goose opened for TAB at this co-bill show. Trey sat in on guitar for All I Need and Pancakes and added vocals on Pancakes.

Trey sat in on guitar from Back on the Train through Gotta Jibboo and also added vocals to Back on the Train, I'm Blue, I'm Lonesome, All Fall Down, and Gotta Jibboo.

Mike sat in for this show. This setlist is incomplete.

SET 1: Atlas Dogs, Moonrise, Wake Up > Atlantic City, Flodown, Elmeg the Wise

SET 2: Rockdale, Seekers on the Ridge Pt 1 > Seekers on the Ridge Pt 2, Red Bird > I'm Writing a Novel, Creatures

SET 3: Silver Rising, Hungersite [1], Arcadia[1], Dripfield [2] > Loose Ends[2], The Empress of Organos[2]

ENCORE: Tomorrow Never Knows [3]


I'm Writing a Novel featured Father John Misty on vocals. Hungersite through Tomorrow Never Knows featured Trey on guitar. Trey added vocals for Hungersite and Arcadia. Tomorrow Never Knows also featured Father John Misty on drums and vocals.

Mike and Tessa sat in with Big Night Band for One More Day and My Heart Skips a Beat during this outside Round-Up on the River performance. This setlist is unconfirmed and possibly incomplete.

Mike sat in for Ruby Falls and Here Comes Your Man.

This performance was part of "Go Big For Hunger" and featured Fish on a second drum kit. Sneakin' Sally Through the Alley through I Can't Turn You Loose as well as Eyes of the World featured George Porter, Jr. on bass and vocals. People Say through Midnight Rider also featured Cyril Neville on percussion and vocals. Midnight Rider featured Michael Corleto on guitar and vocals (replacing Tim Sullivan on guitar). (I'm a) Roadrunner featured George Porter, Jr. on bass, Greg Martens on lead vocals, Sarah Boyden, Jenn Siegel, and Darby Sabin on backing vocals, Brian Graham on saxophone, and Tim Tyler on tambourine. Eyes of the World also featured Justin Wiley on keys and Todd Muff on guitar.

The last three songs of Hambone's set featured George Porter, Jr. on bass, Cyril Neville on percussion, and Fish on drums. Max Chase also sat in on organ for It Ain't No Use. This performance was part of "Go Big For Hunger."

This performance was part of "Go Big For Hunger" and featured Fish on a second drum kit.

Sweet Little Angel featured Cyril Neville on vocals. Fire On the Bayou and the ensuing Sunshine of Your Love jam featured Cyril Neville on percussion and John Hanrahan on a second drum kit. Smokestack Lightning featured John Hanrahan on a second drum kit and Rodney Sturdy on guitar and vocals. This performance was part of "Go Big For Hunger."

SET 1: Don't Ease Me In, On The Road Again, Mississippi Half-Step Toodeloo, Loose Lucy, Tangled Up in Blue, Mama Tried > Playing In the Band, Terrapin Station, They Love Each Other, Hell In A Bucket

SET 2: Cissy Strut [1] -> Master Plan [2] -> Cissy Strut[1], Blue Sky [3] > Sugaree [4], Turn On Your Love Light[4], The Music Never Stopped [5], Dire Wolf[5], Feel Like A Stranger[5], My Sisters And Brothers[5] > Touch of Grey[5], Samson and Delilah[5], Jack Straw[5], Shakedown Street[5]


Fish sat on an extra drumkit for the second set. Cissy Strut through Turn On Your Love Light featured George Porter, Jr. on bass. Sugaree and Turn On Your Love Light also featured Porter on vocals. Blue Sky featured Michael Corleto on guitar. Cissy Strut was teased in the middle of Master Plan. Feel Like A Stranger contained an Entrance of the Gladiators tease. This performance was part of "Go Big For Hunger."

Trey sat in with My Morning Jacket for Rocket Man, Can't You Hear Me Knocking, and Mahgeetah.

SET 1: Something to Tell My Baby, One Sweet World, The Maker, What Would You Say, Fool to Think, Where Are You Going, Walk Around the Moon, So Much To Say, Stream, Little Thing, Too Much, Black and Blue Bird, #27, Kashmir, When I'm Weary, Lying in the Hands of God, Steady as We Go, Warehouse, Don't Drink the Water, Minarets, Ants Marching

ENCORE: Waste [1], Everyday[1]

ENCORE 2: Some Devil, Rapunzel

ENCORE 3: Singing From The Windows


Trey sat in with Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds on acoustic guitar for Waste and Everyday.

SET 1: Clinch Mountain Backstep > Old Joe Clark > Cherokee Shuffle, In The Wide Open Air > The Traveller, A Mighty Roar, Somewhere On This Mountain, Wanderlust, By the Carpathian Candlelight > A Sparrow's Song, Where Oh Where, Big Mountain, High on a Mountain > Garfield's Blackberry Blossom > Esa Einai, Emmylou [1], Piece of the Sun, Big Creek Hop > Oseh Shalom


Mike sat in on guitar and Tessa provided additional vocals for Emmylou.

Trey sat in for the last three songs of Celisse's set at Peach Music Festival on the Grove Stage.

Mike sat in on Further On Up the Road and Goin' Down Slow.

Mike sat in for Dark Hollow and Bury Me Beneath the Willow with Tessa singing vocals.

During a late night post-Phish-show set by a band led by George Porter, Jr. (promoted as "The Phunk Sessions"), and that included Robert Walter (keys) and Turkuaz members Michelangelo Carubba (drums), Craig Brodhead (guitar) and Shira Elias (vocals), as well as The Motet members Lyle Divinsky (vocals), Drew Sayers (saxophone) and Parris Fleming (trumpet)  (vocals), Mike sat in on bass for Spanish Moon, which also featured Joey Porter (of The Motet) on keys with Robert Walter.

This performance was part of LOCKN’ Festival. Trey joined Tedeschi Trucks Band on guitar and vocals for their second set which comprised of the album Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs (Derek and the Dominoes) played in its entirety (sans Thorn Tree in the Garden).

Fish sat in with a group of musicians that played Grateful Dead covers.

Trey sat in for part of Khruangbin's performance at LOCKN' Festival. This setlist is unconfirmed.

This performance was part of the If I Had A Song set at the Newport Folk Fest and featured Trey and Rachael Price on vocals while being accompanied by a string quartet and the Preservation Hall Jazz Band horns.

Mike sat in on bass during this performance following Phish's show at Merriweather Post Pavilion earlier in the evening.

Mike sat in on In Memory of Elizabeth Reed.

During Grace Potter's headlining set at the Grand Point North festival, Mike sat in on bass for Jump Into the Fire. Mike's band had performed earlier in the evening.

Trey sat in on guitar for the entirety of each of the two (early and late) shows. This setlist for the late show.

SET 1: Uncle John's Band, High Time, Dire Wolf, New Speedway Boogie, Cumberland Blues, Black Peter, Easy Wind, Casey Jones [1], Bertha[1], Truckin'[1] -> The Other One[1], Viola Lee Blues[1], Scarlet Begonias[1] -> Fire on the Mountain[1]


This show was part of the Lockn' Festival, an "Interlocking" music festival where several acts performed full sets with special guests. Trey sat in with Furthur on the songs noted above after playing a set earlier in the evening with TAB. Furthur began their set by covering Workingman's Dead in its entirety.

Mike sat in with Amy Helm and her band for the songs listed above, playing guitar on Roll Um Easy and Walls of Time and playing bass on (Ain't That) Good News.

Jon Fishman performed with the Candles on the songs listed above as part of "Long May You Run: A Benefit Concert for Runner and Pedestrian Safety." Other bands scheduled to perform were Ana Egge, Anne McCue, Mary Battiata & Little Pink, Eric Brace, Doughboys, and Derek Evry. The performance of Neil Young's "Long May You Run" closed the benefit and featured the other performers from the benefit.

Mike sat in for the listed songs.

Fish sat in with the Grippo Funk Band for the whole show.

SET 1: I'm Gone [1], Burn That Bridge [2]


Trey joined Amanda Green and her band for the above songs, both of which are part of the musical, Hands on a Hardbodythe two collaborated on. Trey added vocals to I'm Gone and played guitar and vocals on Burn That Bridge.

This show was cancelled due to the impending Hurricane Sandy.

This show consisted largely of improvised music. The main participants for this performance were Fish (drums), Matt Butler (conductor), Jamie Masefield (mandolin), Zach Gill (keyboards), Dan Lebowitz (guitar), John Kadlecik (guitar), Jessica Lurie (saxophone), Reed Mathis (bass), Katy Gaughan (percussion), and Sonya Kitchell (vocals).

This show, which consisted largely of improvised music, was billed as an aftershow for the TAB show earlier that evening at the Beacon Theatre.. The main participants for this performance were Fish (drums), Matt Butler (conductor), Marco Benevento (keyboards), Jamie Masefield (mandolin), John Kadlecik (guitar), Jessica Lurie (saxophone) and Reed Mathis (bass).

Fish sat in on drums for the songs listed above, other than the last three songs of the first set. This show, which was a benefit for The Vermont New Farmer Project, was a tribute to the upsoming 50th anniversary of the Rolling Stones. Other musicians included Russ Lawton, Ray Paczkowski, Ryan Miller, Bob Wagner, Joshua Panda, Clint Bierman, Peter Day, Steve Hadeka, Matt Hagen, Mike Clifford, Kat Wright, Christina Durfee and Nicole Nelson.

Page sat in with Grace Potter and the Nocturnals for Tush. This show was part of the Grand Point North festival.

Mike joined Phil Lesh and Friends for the second set of this show that took place on the eve of Phish's three night run at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. Franklin's Tower featured Blue Sky teases. The first set of this show consisted of a cover of Gram Parsons' 1974 album, Grievous Angel. Phil's band on this night included his sons Grahame and Brian as well as Mark Karan, Ross James, Conor O’Sullivan, Scott Paden, and Elliott Peck.

This show, performed at Bob Weir's TRI Studios and webcast, was in honor of what would have been Jerry Garcia's 70th birthday.  Billed as "Move Me Brightly," Mike played bass on the above listed songs other than The Wheel, Cumberland Blues, Loose Lucy, and Friend of the Devil. Other musicians included Weir, Phil Lesh, Donna Jean Godchaux, Neal Casal, Jon Graboff, Jason Roberts, Joe Russo, Jeff Chimenti, Jim Lauderdale, Adam McDougall, Harper Simon, Josh Kaufman, Sam Cohen, Jonathan Wilson, Cass McCombs, Chris Tomson, Craig Finn, and Tad Kubler.

Mike sat in on bass with Mickey Hart Band on Franklin's Tower that closed the first set.

SET 1: Up On Cripple Creek, Down South in New Orleans, Further On Up the Road, Stage Fright, Who Do You Love, Rag Mama Rag, It Makes No Difference, Ophelia, Evangeline, Helpless, Wide River to Cross, Life is a Carnival [1], Don't Do It[1], Caravan[1], The Shape I'm In[1], Forever Young[1], The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down[1], Baby Let Me Follow You Down[1], The Weight[1]

ENCORE: King Harvest (Has Surely Come)[1], I Shall Be Released[1]


This gig was a benefit for NOFA VT's Farmer Emergency Fund, featuring the 'Hug Your Farmer House Band' - Bob Wagner (guitar), Clint Bierman (guitar), Peter Day (bass), Ray Paczkowski (keys), Ron Rost (keys), Steve Hadeka (drums), Chris Peterman (tenor sax), Adam Dotson (trombone), Dave Grippo (alto sax), Luke LaPlant (baritone sax) and Steven Bernstein (trumpet). Fish sat in from Life is a Carnival through the end of the show. Stage Fright featured Anders Parker on lead vocals. Who Do You Love? featured Matt Hagen and Mike Clifford on lead vocals. Ophelia and Helpless featured Will Evans on lead vocals. Evangeline featured Marie Claire on lead vocals. Life is a Carnival, Don't Do It, Caravan, and Baby Let Me Follow You Down featured Josh Panda on lead vocals. The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down featured Ryan Miller on lead vocals.  All of the guest musicians joined in for the I Shall Be Released finale. Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin delivered some remarks prior to Stage Fright.

SET 1: I'm Yours [1], Born to Be Wild [2]


Mike sat in for I'm Yours and Born to Be Wild.

SET 1: Bloodbuzz Ohio, Squalor Victoria, Murder Me Rachael

ENCORE: Terrible Love, Vanderlyle Crybaby Geeks


Trey appeared with The National on the listed songs. The encore also featured guest Richard Parry from Arcade Fire.

Mike sat in on bass (replacing Dave Dreiwitz) for Green Onions and Twin Killers, the latter featuring Rhapsody in Blue and Bathtub Gin teases.

Mike sat in on bass for Refrigerator Car.

Mike sat in on bass Sugaree.

Mike joined George Porter, Jr. & Friends on bass for a rendition of The Meters' "Africa."

Mike sat in on bass for On Your Way Down and That's What Love Will Make You Do.

SET 1: Too Late Now, 40 Miles from Denver, Mental Breakdown, Mother's Only Son, Pockets [1], Steep Grade Sharp Curves[1], Fingerprint[1], Catch a Criminal[1], Girlfriend is Better[1], Two Hits and the Joint Turned Brown[1]


This show was a benefit for victims of the Fourmile Canyon Fire that also featured a Trey and Mike setLeftover Salmon (with a guest appearance by Page), Big Head Todd and The Monsters and String Cheese Incident (with Trey). Fish sat in with Yonder Mountain String Band beginning with Pockets" though the end of the show. Two Hits contained Makisupa Policeman quotes.

SET 1: Mouna Bowa, Rocky Mountain Way [1], Outside Inside[1], Galactic > 'Round the Wheel, Sometimes a River, Who's That Lady, Sitting on Top of the World, I Know You Rider

ENCORE: One Love


This show was a benefit for victims of the Fourmile Canyon Fire that also featured a Trey and Mike setLeftover Salmon (with a guest appearance by Page), Big Head Todd and The Monsters and Yonder Mountain String Band (with Fish). Trey sat in with String Cheese Incident for Rocky Mountain Way and Outside Inside. Who's That Lady featured Todd Park Mohr. Sitting on Top of the World featured Drew Emmitt, Vince Herman, Andy Thorn, Tyler Grant, Bonnie Paine and Bill McKay. I Know Your Rider and One Love featured that same lineup, joined by Jeff Austin, Bill Payne, and Jeremy Lawton.

Trey joined Amanda Green on guitar and vocals for a show billed as "The Songs of Amanda Green" that also featured Jenn Colella, Ann Harada, Andy Karl and Howard McGillin. There is no known setlist or recording.

SET 1: Alaska [1]


This performance was part of the Legally Prohibited From Being Funny on Television Tour. Trey joined Conan and his band on guitar and vocals for Alaska.

This show was a benefit for founding Little Feat drummer Richie Hayward, who had recently been diagnosed with liver cancer. Page sat in on keyboards for Spanish Moon and Skin It Back.

SET 1: I Know You Know, Phony, Darken My Door, Heartbreak Boulevard, Ben's Looking Out the Window Blues [1], Gorilla Boy[1], Louisiana Holiday, My Problem Now -> Little Miss Can't Be Wrong -> My Problem Now, Can't Kick the Habit, Big Fat Funky Booty, Providence, How Could You Want Him (When You Know You Could Have Me?) [2], Dancing with Your Dress On Fire, Two Princes

ENCORE: I Must Be the King


Mike joined Chris Barron for Ben's Looking Out the Window Blues and Gorilla Boy (along with John Popper on harmonica), then again later in the set for How Could You Want Him (When You Know You Could Have Me) (with John Popper on harmonica and Joe Russo on drums).

SET 1: Little Martha, Trouble No More, Trouble No More, Who’s Been Talking, Black Hearted Woman, Can’t Lose What You Never Had, The Sky is Crying, You Don’t Love Me, Southbound [1]

SET 2: I Know You Rider [2], In Memory of Elizabeth Reed [3], Dreams, Jessica

ENCORE: Statesboro Blues > Jam


This shiw was part of The Allman Brothers Band's 40th anniversary celebration run at The Beacon Theatre. "Southbound" featured Trey on guitar and vocals, Page on keyboards, Buddy Guy on guitar and vocals, and James van de Bogert on drums. I Know You Rider featured Trey on guitar and vocals and Page on keyboards. In Memory of Elizabeth Reed featured Trey on guitar and Page on keyboards.  

This show consisted largely of improvised music performed by multiple combinations of musicians. The main participants for this show were: Fish (drums); Matt Butler (conductor, percussion); Kofi Burbridge (flute); Michael Kang (mandolin, fiddle); Eric Krasno (guitar); Nigel Hall (vocals); and Janis Wallin (bass).  

SET 1: Echo Park, Welcome Red, Circus Cats, Love Song, Play Pause Stop, Jam, Becky, Soba, Blood Not Sap, Hateframe, Paranoid Android, Best Reason to Buy the Sun

ENCORE: Jam [1]


Mike sat in with the Duo for the encore. Both Becky and the preceding jam featured Dave Grippo on saxophone. 

This show consisted largely of improvised music performed by multiple combinations of musicians. The main participants for this show were: Fish (drums); Matt Butler (conductor, percussion); Papa Mali (guitar); Marco Benevento (keyboards); Jane Kramer Edens (guitar, flute, vocals); Molly Rose Reed (guitar, banjo, vocals); Eleanor Underhill (banjo, harmonica, vocals); Luke Quaranta (percussion); Justin Perkins (kora, guitar); and Jonathan Scales (steel drums).

This was a late afternoon matinée performance. Mike sat in on bass for Home Again.

SET 1: No Expectations, Sidewalk Stars, Easy as Pie, Yes She Do (No She Don't), 40 Miles From Denver, Get Me Outta This City, Raleigh & Spencer, Funtime [1], Just the Same[1], Kentucky Mandolin[1] > Up On The Hill Where They Do The Boogie[1]

SET 2: Death Trip[1], New Deal Train[1], Granny Wontcha Smoke Some Marijuana[1], Only a Northern Song[1], Southbound[1], Hold Whatcha Got[1], Fingerprint[1], Classic Situation[1], Catch a Criminal[1], Nothin' But Nothin'[1], Girlfriend is Better[1] > Cuckoo's Nest[1]

ENCORE: Whipping Post[1]


Fish sat in with Yonder Mountain String Band from Funtime through the end of the show.

SET 1: Casualty, Dawn's Early Light, Good-Hearted Woman, Country Boy Rock 'n' Roll, Happy to Be Here, Life's Too Short, Idaho, Deep Pockets, Fastball, This Train, Free to Run, Damned if the Right One Didn't Go Wrong, If There's Still Ramblin' in the Rambler (Let Him Go) [1] > Two Hits and the Joint Turned Brown[1] > If There's Still Ramblin' in the Rambler (Let Him Go)[1]

SET 2: Out of the Blue, Must've Had Your Reasons, Midwest Gospel Radio[1], East Nashville Easter[1], Crow Black Chicken[1], Boatman's Dance[1], My Gal[1], Fine Excuses[1], How 'Bout You?[1], King Ebeneezer[1], Angel[1] > Follow Me Down to the Riverside[1] > Angel[1]

ENCORE: Steep Grade Sharp Curves[1]


Fish sat in for Ramblin' in the Rambler and Two Hits and the Joint Turned Brown in the first set and from Midwest Gospel Radio through the end of the show. Follow Me Down to the Riverside contained Spinal Meningitis quotes.

Mike joined Assembly of Dust on bass for Arc of the Sun, Ain't Wastin' Time No More and Sometimes.

SET 1: Hammer & Nails, Slackjaw Jezebel, Rocking Horse, Banks of the Deep End, I'll Be the One, Brighter Days, Like Flies, Soulshine

SET 2: Sugaree [1], Death Don't Have No Mercy, Fallen Down,


Mike and Scott sat in on Sugaree.

This show consisted largely of improvised music performed by multiple combinations of musicians. The main participants for this show were: Fish (drums); Matt Butler (conductor, percussion); Dan Archer (guitar); Ryan Montbleau (guitar); Jason Cohen (keyboards); Jamie Masefield (mandolin); Taylor McFerrin (DJ, keyboards, vocals); Mike Rivard (bass); Mister Rourke (DJ); and Geoff Scott (guitar). 

Mike sat in with STS9 on bass for a mid-set jam.

This set was part of the All Good Music Festival that also featured Mike GordonPhil Lesh & Friends, and Widespread Panic. Mike joined The Bridge on bass for their original "Bad Locomotive."

Fish sat in with Yonder Mountain String Band from "Robots" through the end of the show.

Trey sat in for part of Robert Randolph & The Family Band's performance opening for Eric Clapton.

Mike sat in with Dark Star Orchestra on bass for "Space" -> "The Other One." The band sang "Happy Birthday" to Mike before the encore.

Mike sat in with Dark Star Orchestra on bass for "U.S. Blues."

Trey joined the Fab Faux and Joan Osborne for the above songs, performed as part of the 2008 Jammys Awards. Phish received a lifetime achievment Jammy earlier in the night and the Headcount All-Stars (consisting of Marc Brownstein, Jon Gutwillig, Kyle Hollingsworth, Jake Cinninger and Joe Russo) ended the evening with a short set of Phish standards ("Wilson," "Antelope," "2001" and "Maze").

SET 1: Unknown Instrumental > Unknown Instrumental, Fire On the Bayou [1] > Unknown Song, Cars > Pull Up to the Bumper > Lady Marmalade, Mother Funk Y'all [2], The Hype and The Hoopla [3], It Ain't No Use[1] > Cissy Strut [4], Unknown Instrumental, The World Is So Crazy, Most Events Aren't Planned [5]


Page joined Russell Batiste and Friends for the entire show.  In addition to Page, the core band consisted of Russell Batiste (drums), Kenny Kane (bass), Tom Fitzpatrick (tenor sax), MC (trumpet), 909 (tenor sax), Kako (keyboards), KC Jr Ian (guitar), Rita Batiste (vocals), and Tiffany Jackson (vocals). "Fire on the Bayou" and "It Ain't No Use" feautured Leo Nocentelli and Jason Neville. Leo Nocentelli also appeared on "The Hype and the Hoopla." "Mother Funk Y'all" featured Oteil Burbridge. "Cissy Strut" featured Mike Gordon, Leo Nocentelli and DJ Logic. The instrumental that followed also featured Mike, along with Bernie Worrell. "The World is So Crazy" featured "Willie Soul Singer" and Oteil Burbridge. "Most Events Aren't Planned" featured Eric Krasno.

This set was part of the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.

SET 1: Blackbird > Peggy-O, Friend of the Devil, Not Fade Away > Drums [1] > Not Fade Away[1]


Fish was one of many guests at this Earth Day concert that was part of the Green Apple Festival. The core band consisted of Mickey Hart, Bob Weir, Michael Kang and Ben Kaufmann.  During the "Drums" segment, Fish sat in, along with Sikiru Adepoju, Bobi Cespedes, Rebeca Mauleon, Tommy Lee, Ludacris, Rhythm Village & Loco Bloco. Joan Baez even made an appearance at the end of "Not Fade Away."

SET 1: Out of the Blue, Sidewalk Stars, Rain Still Falls, Don't You Lean On Me, Belle Parker, Fastball, Looking Back Over My Shoulder, Another Day, Half Moon Rising, Casualty, Winds On Fire, Robots [1], Steep Grade Sharp Curves[1]

SET 2: Angel > Follow Me Down to the Riverside > Angel, How 'Bout You?[1], Fingerprint[1], Cuckoo's Nest[1], Fine Excuses[1], I'm the Slime[1], Southbound[1], Just the Same[1], If There's Still Ramblin' in the Rambler (Let Him Go)[1] > Midwest Gospel Radio[1] > East Nashville Easter[1] > If There's Still Ramblin' in the Rambler (Let Him Go)[1]

ENCORE: Catch a Criminal[1], Death Trip[1]


Fish sat in with the Yonder Mountain String Band for "Robots" and "Steep Grade Sharp Curves" and from "How About You" through the end of the show.

Mike joined Surprise Me Mr. Davis for their encore of The Rolling Stones' 19th Nervous Breakdown. Mike played bass while regular bassist Marc Friedman played guitar.

SET 1: Out of the Blue, Lord Only Knows, Looking Back over My Shoulder, Another Day, Molly & Tenbrooks, If You're Ever in Oklahoma, Finally Saw the Light, Left Me in a Hole, Freeborn Man > Wheel Hoss > Freeborn Man, Southbound [1], Only a Northern Song[1]

SET 2: Death Trip[1], Classic Situation[1], Catch a Criminal[1], Hold Whatcha Got[1], Nothin' But Nothin'[1], I'm the Slime[1], My Gal[1], Just the Same[1], Damned If The Right One Didn't Go Wrong[1], King Ebeneezer[1] > Angel[1] > Follow Me Down to the Riverside[1] > Angel[1]

ENCORE: Dim Lights, Thick Smoke (And Loud, Loud Music)[1], Granny Wontcha Smoke Some Marijuana[1]


Fish sat in with Yonder Mountain String Band from "Southbound" through the end of the show.

Fish sat in with the Yonder Mountain String Band from "Crow Black Chicken" through the end of the show.

Mike joined Melvin Sparks on bass for "Everyting I Do Gonna Be Funky" and "Doin It to Death" (commonly mis-labeled as "Funky Good Time").

Mike sat in on banjo for "Working on a Building" -> "Reuben's Train."

SET 1: Oh! Sweet Nuthin' [1]


Mike joined Yarn on upright bass for a rendition of The Velvet Underground's "Oh! Sweet Nuthin'."

This setlist is unknown, as no recordings of this show circulate.

Mike joined Dead Sessions on bass for their set-closing rendition of "Iko Iko."

This show, performed aboard Jam Cruise 6, consisted largely of improvised music. The main participants for this show were: Fish (drums; saxophone); Matt Butler (conductor, percussion); Steve Kimock (guitar); George Porter, Jr. (bass); Jeff Coffin (saxophone); Jamie Janover (hammered dulcimer); Grace Potter (vocals); Dan Lebowitz (percussion). Any description of this show would be incomplete without noting that featured the world debut of Jon Fishman on the saxophone.  Whether that is because he is prohibited from doing so on dry land is unconfirmed. This show also featured two guest conductors, "Scooter" and "Todd," who won a raffle.

This show, performed aboard Jam Cruise 6, consisted largely of improvised music. The main participants for this show were: Fish (drums; saxophone); Matt Butler (conductor, percussion); Steve Kimock (guitar); George Porter, Jr. (bass); Jeff Coffin (saxophone); Jamie Janover (hammered dulcimer); Grace Potter (vocals); Dan Lebowitz (percussion).

SET 1: Travelin' Teardrop Blues, Count Me Out, Hillcrest Blues, Another Place Another Time, They're Gonna Miss Me When I'm Gone, Nashville Cats, Unknown Instrumental, Nowhere Bound, Rocky Road Blues, 1952 Vincent Black Lightning, Long Innocent Desperation, High On A Mountaintop, Asheville Turnaround, All Aboard, Learnin' the Blues [1], Trainwreck of Emotion[1], A Good Man Like Me[1]

SET 2: This House [2], Barefoot Nellie[2], I'm Blue, I'm Lonesome[2], Cold Rain and Snow[2], My Love Will Not Change[2], Unknown Instrumental [2], Boogie Grass Band [3], Workin' Man Blues[2], Act Naturally[2], Beauty of My Dreams[2], Auld Lang Syne[2], All Night Ride[2], Unknown Instrumental [2]

ENCORE: Smoking Gun[2], Roll in My Sweet Baby's Arms[2], Drink Up and Go Home[2]


Fish sat in with Del McCoury and Friends beginning with "Learnin' the Blues" and continuing through the end of the show. Drew Emmett and Vince Herman sat in for the entire second set and encore. Steve Thomas sat in on fiddle for the instrumental following "Nashville Cats." Ronnie Bowman played guitar on "Nowhere Bound" and Mike Garris played guitar on "Long Innocent Desperation." Ronnie Reno played mandolin on "Boogie Grass Band."

SET 1: Something For Rockets, Sunny's Song, Soba, Becky, Walking Running Viking > Noise > Play Pause Stop, Echo Park, Scratchitti, Welcome Red, Blood Not Sap, Hateframe, 9 x 9

ENCORE: Mephisto [1]


"Mephisto" featured Brad Barr and Mike, each on guitar (Mike borrowed one of Brad Barr's guitars).  Brad Barr also sat in from "Sunny's Song" through "Scratchitti."

Mike joined Brett Dennen on bass for the "Fig Tree" encore.

SET 1: Jam > Jack Straw, Cassidy > Bird Song, Odessa, Lost Sailor > Saint of Circumstance, Shade of Grey, Hell in a Bucket

SET 2: Blackbird, Friend of the Devil, Victim or the Crime, Liberty > Two Djinn, Stuff [1], Come Together, Bird Song Reprise[1] > Cassidy Reprise[1] > Sugar Magnolia

ENCORE: U.S. Blues


Mike joined Ratdog on bass for "Stuff," "Bird Song (Reprise)" and "Cassidy (Reprise)."

Mike joined The Breakfast on bass for their encore of Gloria Gaynor's "I Will Survive." The Breakfast had performed Phish's Lawn Boy in it's entirety earlier in the show.

Trey performed for the whole show. "Friend of the Devil" featured Larry Campbell on violin. "Shine" and "Plasma" featured Christina Durfee on backing vocals.

Page performed "Amoreena" solo on piano at this tribute to the music of Elton John and Bernie Taupin.

SET 1: Peace of Mind, River, Rambler's Anthem, Rain Still Falls, Half Moon Rising, If There's Still Rambling in the Rambler (Let Him Go) > On the Run > Finally Saw the Light > On the Run > If There's Still Rambling in the Rambler (Let Him Go), What's Going On in the Head of That Woman, No Expectations, Midwest Gospel Radio [1], Death Trip[1]

SET 2: Steep Grade Sharp Curves[1], Kentucky Mandolin [2], How 'Bout You?[1], King Ebeneezer[1], Fingerprint[1], I'd Like Off[1], Fine Excuses[1], New Deal Train[1], Crow Black Chicken[1], Classic Situation[1], Girlfriend is Better[1], Two Hits and the Joint Turned Brown[1]

ENCORE: Hit Parade of Love, Catch a Criminal[1]


Fish sat in with Yonder Mountain String Band beginning with "Midwest Gospel Radio" through the end of the show (except for "Hit Parade of Love"). Chris Wood also sat in on bass during "Kentucky Mandolin."

Mike joined the Mud City Ramblers on banjo for the listed songs.

SET 1: No Expectations, Sometimes I've Won, Maid of the Canyon, Rain Still Falls, New Horizons > Holding > New Horizons, 40 Miles From Denver, Idaho, Finally Saw the Light, How 'Bout You? [1], Kentucky Mandolin[1], Steep Grade Sharp Curves[1]

SET 2: Ten > Follow Me Down To The Riverside > Ten, Damned If The Right One Didn't Go Wrong[1], Fine Excuses[1], Catch a Criminal[1], Midwest Gospel Radio[1], Fingerprint[1] > King Ebeneezer[1], Mother's Only Son[1], Keep on Going

ENCORE: Sidewalk Stars[1], East Nashville Easter[1]


Fish sat in with Yonder Mountain String Band for the last three songs of the first set and from "Damned If The Right One Didn't Go Wrong" through the end of the show (except for "Keep on Going").

SET 1: Angel, The Bolton Stretch, If There's Still Ramblin' in the Rambler (Let Him Go) > Only a Northern Song > If There's Still Ramblin' in the Rambler (Let Him Go), Town, Free to Run > Spanish Harlem Incident, Half Moon Rising, Red Bird, Night Out, Looking Back Over My Shoulder > Snow on the Pines, Boatman

SET 2: On the Run > High Cross Junction > On the Run, Death Trip [1], New Deal Train[1], Southbound[1], Just the Same[1], Funtime[1], I'd Like Off[1], Cuckoo's Nest[1], Classic Situation[1], Girlfriend is Better[1] > Two Hits and the Joint Turned Brown[1]

ENCORE: Crow Black Chicken[1], Ooh La La[1]


Fish sat in with Yonder Mountain String Band from "Death Trip" through the end of the show.

Trey sat in on guitar for "Lie in Our Graves."

Mike joined RAQ on bass for a "I'm Bad, I'm Nationwide" (ZZ Top) and "Whipping Post" (Allman Brothers Band).

SET 1: Something For Rockets, Sunny's Song, Soba, Memphis, Walking Running Viking, Welcome Red, Echo Park, Powder, Play Pause Stop, Best Reason To Buy The Sun, 9 x 9, The Three Question Marks > My Pet Goat

ENCORE: Becky [1] > Jam[1] -> The Beltless Buckler[1] -> Becky[1]


Mike sat in with the Duo for the entire encore.

Mike sat in on bass for the show-closing jam.

SET 1: Maliba [1], Bamana Niya[1]


Mike joined Toubab Krewe on bass along with Lamine Soumano on guitar for the Soumano original "Maliba" and the traditional "Bamana Niya."

SET 1: Blue Jeans Pizza [1], The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down [2], Mexico [3] > Happy Hour Hero [4], Buster[1], Deal [5]

SET 2: New York City, Letter Home, The Pit > Opium > 32 Things, Recreational Chemistry

ENCORE: Understand, Godzilla


Page sat in on keyboards for the entire first set. Al Schneir did not play guitar during this show due to severe tendonits in his right hand and did not appear at all on several songs.  "Dixie Down," "Mexico," Happy Hour Hero," "New York City" and "Letter Home" featured Gordon Stone on pedal steel guitar. "Dixie Down," "Deal" and the last four songs of the second set all featured Adam Terrell (Assembly of Dust) on guitar.

This show consisted largely of improvised music performed by multiple combinations of musicians. The main participants for this show were: Fish (drums); Matt Butler (conductor, percussion); Steve Kimock (guitar); Jamie Janover (hammered dulcimer); Peter Apfelbaum (sax, flute, percussion); Jamie Masefield (mandolin); Jeff Coffin (sax); Asher Fulero (keyboards); Scott Law (guitar); and Reed Mathis (bass). 

This show consisted largely of improvised music (in addition to the songs listed above) performed by multiple combinations of musicians. The main participants for this show were: Fish (drums); Matt Butler (conductor, percussion); Steve Kimock (guitar); Jamie Janover (hammered dulcimer); Peter Apfelbaum (sax, flute, percussion); Jamie Masefield (mandolin); Jeff Coffin (sax); Asher Fulero (keyboards); Scott Law (guitar); and Reed Mathis (bass). 

This show consisted largely of improvised music (including "Instant Karma!") performed by multiple combinations of musicians. The main participants for this show were: Fish (drums); Matt Butler (conductor, percussion); Steve Kimock (guitar); Jamie Janover (hammered dulcimer); Peter Apfelbaum (sax, flute, percussion); Jamie Masefield (mandolin); Jeff Coffin (sax); Asher Fulero (keyboards); Scott Law (guitar); and Reed Mathis (bass).  

This show consisted largely of improvised music performed by multiple combinations of musicians. The main participants for this show were: Fish (drums); Matt Butler (conductor, percussion); Julee Avallone (flute); Jamie Janover (hammered dulcimer); Peter Apfelbaum (sax, flute, percussion); Jamie Masefield (mandolin); Asher Fulero (keyboards); Scott Law (guitar); and Reed Mathis (bass).  

This show consisted largely of improvised music performed by multiple combinations of musicians. The main participants for this show were: Fish (drums); Matt Butler (conductor, percussion); Julee Avallone (flute); Jamie Janover (hammered dulcimer); Peter Apfelbaum (sax, flute, percussion); Jamie Masefield (mandolin); Asher Fulero (keyboards); Scott Law (guitar); and Reed Mathis (bass).  

This show consisted largely of improvised music performed by multiple combinations of musicians. The main participants for this show were: Fish (drums); Matt Butler (conductor, percussion); Julee Avallone (flute); Jamie Janover (hammered dulcimer); Peter Apfelbaum (sax, flute, percussion); Jamie Masefield (mandolin); Asher Fulero (keyboards); Scott Law (guitar); and Reed Mathis (bass). 

Mike sat in with Little Feat for a brief improvosational jam.

SET 1: Godzilla > Spine of a Dog > Plane Crash > Buster [1], Mexico[1], Blue Jeans Pizza[1], Good Trip, Wind It Up

ENCORE: Meat


Page sat in for "Buster," "Mexico" and "Blue Jeans Pizza." This show was part of moe.'s annual moe.down festival. Page's own band performed earlier in the day.

Trey sat in with Tom Petty for "Mystic Eyes on the last show TAB opened for Tom Petty on his 2006 summer tour.

This performance was part of the 10,000 Lakes Festival.  Trey sat in for the songs listed above.  The full setlist can be found here.

SET 1: Play Pause Stop, Echo Park, Welcome Red, Paranoid Android, Soba, Walking Running Viking, Memphis, Hateframe, Sunny's Song, Becky [1] -> Foam[1] -> Lengthwise[1] -> Foam[1] -> Lengthwise[1] -> Becky[1] -> Foam[1]


This performance was part of the 10,000 Lakes Festival.  The crowd sang happy birthday to Marco before the set. Mike sat in with the Duo for the end of their set, beginning with "Becky."  

SET 1: Good Lovin', They Love Each Other, Rueben & Cherise, Desire, Sugaree

SET 2: You've Got To Hide Your Love Away [1], Scarlet Begonias[1] > Viola Lee Blues[1] > Jam [2], Help on the Way[1] > Slipknot![1] > Franklin's Tower[1] > Not Fade Away[1]

ENCORE: In the Midnight Hour


Benevento/Russo Duo and G.R.A.B. opened. Trey sat in with Phil & Friends for the entire second set and encore (Barry Sless did not play during the second set). Mike performed a bass duet with Phil after "Viola Lee Blues." Trey, Mike and Page all sat in for the “Midnight Hour” encore, marking one of the few instances during the "breakup" that three members of Phish appeared onstage together.

SET 1: Sitting on Top of the World > Loose Lucy > Shakedown on 9th Street, Mississippi Half-Step > The Weight

SET 2: Jam [1] > China Cat Sunflower[1] > Magnolia Mountain[1] > Terrapin Station[1] > Morning Dew[1] > The Wheel[1] > Fire on the Mountain[1]

ENCORE: Goin' Down the Road Feeling Bad[1]


Benevento/Russo Duo opened, G.R.A.B. closed. Trey sat in on guitar and vocals for the entire second set and encore in place of Barry Sless. Barry Sless re-joined the band for "GDTRFB."

SET 1: Shakedown Street > Cumberland Blues > This Wheel's On Fire, Candyman, I Know You Rider

SET 2: Uncle John's Band [1] > St. Stephen[1] > Mama Tried[1] > Dark Star[1] > High Time[1] > Turn On Your Love Light[1]

ENCORE: He's Gone[1] > Touch of Grey[1] > Box of Rain[1]


Benevento/Russo Duo and G.R.A.B. opened. Trey sat in on guitar and vocals for the entire second set and encore. Greg Osby sat out for "Uncle John's Band" through "High Time." The setlist for the second set (after "Uncle John's Band") was a nod to the Dead's performance at Woodstock nearly 37 years earlier, also in Bethel.

SET 1: Jam > Playing in the Band, China Cat Sunflower -> Reuben & Cherise -> Let It Ride, Big River -> Sugaree

SET 2: Scarlet Begonias [1] -> Fire on the Mountain[1] -> Dark Star [2] -> The Other One[1], Stella Blue[1], Not Fade Away[1]

ENCORE: U.S. Blues[1]


Benevento/Russo Duo and G.R.A.B. opened. Trey sat in on guitar and vocals for the entire second set and encore in place of Barry Sless.

SET 1: Doin' That Rag, Deep Elem Blues, Brown-Eyed Women [1], Next Time You See Me[1], The Golden Road (To Unlimited Devotion)

SET 2: All Along the Watchtower [2] > St. Stephen[2] > Help on the Way[2] > Slipknot![2] > Nobody Girl[2] > China Doll[2] > Nobody Girl[2] > I Know You Rider[2] > Slipknot![2] > Franklin's Tower[2]

ENCORE: Goin' Down the Road Feeling Bad[2], Box of Rain


Benevento/Russo Duo opened, G.R.A.B. closed. Mike sat in on banjo for "Brown-Eyed Women" and "Next Time You See Me." Trey sat in on guitar and vocals for the entire second set and encore (other than "Box of Rain") in place of Barry Sless.

Benevento/Russo Duo opened, G.R.A.B. closed. Trey sat in on guitar and vocals for the entire second set and encore in place of Barry Sless.

SET 1: Let the Good Times Roll > Sitting On Top of the World, Dire Wolf, Peaceful Valley > Peggy-O, Althea

SET 2: New Speedway Boogie > Jam > He's Gone > Uncle John's Band, Unbroken Chain, Morning Dew, The Wheel [1] > Not Fade Away[1]

ENCORE: Casey Jones[1]


Benevento/Russo Duo and G.R.A.B. opened. Trey sat in on guitar and vocals for "The Wheel," "Not Fade Away," and "Casey Jones."

SET 1: Jam -> Truckin' -> Cumberland Blues [1], Big River[1], Stagger Lee -> Sugaree

SET 2: Playing in the Band -> Eyes of the World > Magnolia Mountain, Turn On Your Lovelight, Help on the Way > Slipknot! > Franklin's Tower [2]

ENCORE: Goin' Down the Road Feeling Bad[2]


Benevento/Russo Duo opened, G.R.A.B. closed. Mike sat in on banjo for "Cumberland Blues" and "Big River." Trey sat in on guitar for "Franklin's Tower" and "GDTRFB."

Benevento/Russo Duo and G.R.A.B. opened. Trey sat in for "All Along the Watchtower," the entire second set and the encore.

Mike sat in with Gov't Mule for "Banks of the Deep End." This show was part of UVM's Springfest.

This gig (and the previous night) were part of the Third Annual Pangaea Project Benefit, and featured music, poetry, and multimedia presentations. The show consisted largely of improvised music performed by multiple combinations of musicians, including, notably, a rendition of "You Enjouy Myself." The main participants for the two shows were: Fish (drums); Matt Butler (conductor, percussion); Tony Furtado (banjo, guitar); Kai Ekhardt (bass); Tye North (bass); Jason Hann (percussion); Jamie Masefield (mandolin); Reggie Watts (vocals); Asher Fulero (keyboards); Scott Law (guitar); Horns from the March Fourth Marching Band; and the Axé Didé Music and Dance Group. 

This gig (and the following night) were part of the Third Annual Pangaea Project Benefit, and featured music, poetry, and multimedia presentations. The show consisted largely of improvised music performed by multiple combinations of musicians, including, notably, a rendition of "You Enjouy Myself." The main participants for the two shows were: Fish (drums); Matt Butler (conductor, percussion); Tony Furtado (banjo, guitar); Kai Ekhardt (bass); Tye North (bass); Jason Hann (percussion); Jamie Masefield (mandolin); Reggie Watts (vocals); Asher Fulero (keyboards); Scott Law (guitar); Horns from the March Fourth Marching Band; and the Axé Didé Music and Dance Group. 

SET 1: Best Reason To Buy The Sun, Echo Park, Welcome Red, Becky, Sunny's Song, Mephisto, Soba, Something For Rockets, The Three Question Marks [1], 9 x 9, What Is and What Should Never Be, Walking Running Viking, Hate Frame, Memphis, Play Pause Stop

ENCORE: Mike's Song [2], Jam [3]


Fish joined the Duo for "The Three Question Marks," prompting Marco to remark, "We've successfully played with all four of them now."  "Mike's Song" featured Mike, Fish and Brad Barr and contained "Wilson" and "Third Stone From the Sun" teases.  Jamie Masefield and Mike Mavridoglou joined for the ensuing jam, which also featured "Weekapaug" and "L.A. Woman" teases. Earlier in the show, Brad Barr sat in on "Sunny's Song," "Mephisto" and "What Is and What Should Never Be."

Fish sat in for the "Drums" segment of moe.'s snoe.down festival. Fish also appeared with the Everyone Orchestra earlier in the evening.

This show, which consisted largely of improvised music, was part of the snoe.down festival. The main participants for this performance were Fish (drums), Matt Butler (conductor), Steve Kimock (guitar), Gordon Stone (pedal steel guitar), Jamie Masefield (mandolin), Samantha Stottenweck- (acoustic guitar, vocals), Mike Sugar (bass), Vinnie Amico (percussion), Jim Loughlin (percussion, bass), Trevor Garrod (keyboards), Al Schnier (synth), Peter Apfelbaum (sax, flute, percussion). Special Guests included Nate Wilson (keyboards), Reid Genauer (vocals) and Rob Derhak (bass).  Fish also played with moe. later in the evening.

Mike joined RAQ on bass for a version of ZZ Top's "Cheap Sunglasses."

Trey sat in for the whole show in place of Barry Sless. This show took place on the tail end of The Blizzard of 2006. "In the Midnight Hour" featured Danny Clinch on harmonica.

Page sat in on keyboards with Frogg Cafe for the show-closing "Also Sprach Zarathustra."

Page sat in for the entire show with the Spam All-Stars.

This lineup featured North Mississippi Allstars, Trey Anastasio (setlist), and The Black Crowes (setlist). Trey sat in on guitar for the NMAS original, "Ship."

This lineup featured North Mississippi Allstars (setlist), Trey Anastasio (setlist), and The Black Crowes. Trey sat in with The Black Crowes on guitar for "Will the Circle Be Unbroken?" and "Hard to Handle."

SET 1: I Know You Rider [1]


This gig was part of the seventeenth annual Christmas Jam, a benefit for Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity. Other performers included SerialPodHot TunaRay LaMontagne and John Scofield. The encore of "I know You Rider" saw Warren Haynes joined by Trey, Bill Kreutzmann, Dave Schools and Marty Stuart (without Matt Abts or Andy Hess).

Page sat in with Russell Batiste and Friends for this concert that served as a benefit for New Orleans musicians affected by Hurricane Katrina.  In addition to Page and Russell, the rest of the band consisted of David Russell Batiste Sr., Adam Deitch, Dave Dreiwitz, Gordon Jones and Chris Jacobs. No setlist is known and recordings do not circulate.

There is no known setlist for this show, and recordings do not circulate.

Page sat in for the entire show with the Spam All-stars.

Trey sat in on guitar for the TLG original "Freedom" during Tea Leaf Green's set opening for 70 Volt Parade.

Page sat in for the entire show with the Spam All-stars.

SET 1: Disco > Space Wrangler > Henry Parsons Died, Don't Wanna Lose You > Last Dance > Sleeping Man, I'm Not Alone > North, Ribs and Whiskey, Solid Rock > Give, Slipping Into Darkness [1] > Thin Air (Smells Like Mississippi) [2] > Jam[2] > Drums, Hatfield > Fixin' To Die, Tall Boy > Chilly Water

ENCORE: Goin' Out West, None of Us Are Free


This performance was part of the Vegoose Festival. Trey sat in on guitar for "Slipping Into Darkness," "Thin Air (Smells Like Mississippi)" and the ensuing jam.  Steve Lopez added percussion to "Slipping Into Darkness." Hunter Williams played percussion on the "Drums" segment" and Col. Bruce Hampton added vocals to "Fixin' To Die."

Mike Gordon sat in on several songs at this show, after he performed his gig with Leo Kottke at The Fillmore.

After his gig with Leo Kottke, Mike sat in with The Meters Experience featuring Leo Nocentelli for a rendition of "Hey Pockey A-Way."

Page was part of the "All-Star BeneFete Band" at this benefit for victims of Hurricane Katrina. This gig was originally scheduled for Battery Park, but was moved to the Memorial Auditorium due to rain. Other band members included Mark Ransom, Don Sydney, Chuck Eller, Brett Hughes, and Michael Chorney

There is no known setlist or circulating recording.

SET 1: Revival, Ain't Wastin' Time No More, Statesboro Blues, Who's Been Talking, Soulshine, Hot 'Lanta, Melissa, Dreams, Midnight Rider, Rocking Horse, Mountain Jam [1]

ENCORE: One Way Out


Trey joined The Allman Brothers Band on guitar for the set-closing "Mountain Jam."

Mike joined Electron on guitar for "I Remember Ray" (The Disco Biscuits).

SET 1: John The Revelator, Thorazine Shuffle, Time to Confess, Thelonius Beck, Maybe I'm Amazed, Beautifully Broken, That's What Love Will Make You Do [1], Slackjaw Jezebel, Soulshine


During Gov't Mule's set opening for Trey Anastasio Band (setlist), Trey sat in on guitar for "That's What Love Will Make You Do."

Trey joined DMB on guitar for "Jimi Thing."

Trey joined DMB on guitar for "Jimi Thing" and "Louisiana Bayou."

SET 1: Holy Mackerel, The Great Eyeball in the Sky, Twins, Long in the Tooth > Percipitation, Highball with the Devil [1] > Mr. Oysterhead[1] > Highball with the Devil[1], Buzzards of Green Hill[1] > Wynona's Big Brown Beaver[1] > Buzzards of Green Hill[1], Drums, Whamola, David Makalaster I, D's Diner[1]

ENCORE: Cohibas Esplenditos[1]


Trey joined Les Claypool's Fancy Band on guitar for the listed songs. This setlist is unconfirmed.

Mike Gordon and Leo Kottke, then moe. opened for Gov't Mule. "Banks of the Deep End" featured Mike on bass and Neil Symonette on percussion.

This performance was part of the fourth annual Northwest String Summit. Mike joined YMSB on banjo and vocals for "Molly and Tenbrooks" (traditional), "I'm Lost, I'll Never Find the Way" (The Stanley Brothers) and "Raleigh and Spencer" (traditional).

Page sat in for the entire show with the Spam All-stars.

During Particle's opening set for Trey Anastasio and 70 Volt Parade, Trey and Eumir Deodato sat in for the set-closing "Also Sprach Zarathustra (2001)".

Trey sat in with the North Mississippi Allstars for the final song of their set opening for TAB.

SET 1: Bad Man Walking, Mr. Man, About To Rage, I Think You Know What I Mean, Trane, Beautifully Broken, Devil Likes It Slow, All Along the Watchtower [1], Jesus Just Left Chicago[1]

SET 2: I'll Be the One, Birth of the Mule, Slackjaw Jezebel, Effigy > Drums, Monkey Hill > (I Want You) She's So Heavy, Blind Man in the Dark

ENCORE: Sco-Mule [2], Dreams[2]


Page sat in on keyboards for covers of "All Along the Watchtower" and "Jesus Just Left Chicago." Trey sat in on guitar for the Gov't Mule original "Sco-Mule" and a cover of The Allman Brothers' "Dreams."

This was night three of the 2nd annual Everyone Orchestra benefit for the Pangaea Project.

Page sat in for the entire show with the Spam All-Stars.

This gig (and the previous night) were part of the Second Annual Pangaea Project Benefit, and featured music, poetry, and multimedia presentations. The show consisted largely of improvised music performed by multiple combinations of musicians.

This gig (and the following night) were part of the Second Annual Pangaea Project Benefit, and featured music, poetry, and multimedia presentations. The show consisted largely of improvised music performed by multiple combinations of musicians.

This gig was a benefit for The Big House Foundation and also featured sets from Gov't Mule, Derek Trucks Band, Oteil and the Peacemakers, and Jaimoe's Jassss Band. The Allman Brothers (full setlist) were joined by Trey on guitar and Chuck Leavell on keyboards for the show-closing "In Memory of Elizabeth Reed."

SET 1: Layla [1]


Page, along with Matt Abts and the Jukes Horns joined the Allman Brothers for the latter half of a "Southbound," "Layla" encore.

SET 1: Rebubula, Mexico, Plane Crash, Got My Mojo Work'n, Sailin' Shoes, Same Old Wade, Crossroads [1]

SET 2: Night Speaks to a Woman [2], Spine of a Dog [3] > Buster[3], Boogie On Reggae Woman [4] > Drums, Chalk Dust Torture [5], Wilson[5], Meat [6]

ENCORE: Peaches en Regalia[3] > After Midnight [7]


This show was a benefit for the victims of the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami. Beginning with "Crossroads" in the first set, Trey sat in on guitar and played for the duration of the show (other than "Drums").  Trey performed "Wilson" and "Chalk Dust" solo, acoustic. John Medeski played keyboards on "Mexico," through "Got My Mojo Work'n," "Spine of a Dog" through "Boogie On" and "Meat" through the end of the show.  Sam Bush played a variety of stringed instruments on "Sailin' Shoes" through "Crossroads," "Boogie On," "Meat" and "After Midnight." Ray Paczkowski sat in on keyboards for "Night Speaks," "Boogie On," Meat" and After Midnight." Jennifer Hartswick added vocals to "Night Speaks," "Boogie On" and "After Midnight."

Mike sat in on guitar for the entire second set and encore that was comprised entirely of improvised instrumentals.

SET 1: Kyle's Song > Kids, New York City, Shoot First, Spaz Medicine > Crab Eyes, Buster > Four Sticks > Take Five > Buster, Letter Home, Tailspin > Meat [1]

ENCORE: St. Augustine


This performance was part of the fourth annual moe.down festival that also included Mike & The DuoLeo Kottke, Leftover Salmon, The Disco Biscuits and Blues Traveler. Mike sat in on a second bass for (the moe. version of) "Meat."

This performance was part of the Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival. Mike sat in on bass for a rendition of Bob Dylan's "Man Gave Names to All the Animals."

This performance was a benefit for the voter registration group HeadCount that also featured Mike & The Duo, Michael Kang, moe. and The HeadCount All-Stars (Al SchnierVinnie Amico, Marc Brownstein and Aron Magner).

SET 1: Happy Hour Hero > Akimbo, Understand, St. Augustine, Time Ed > Brent Black

SET 2: Timmy Tucker > Head, McBain > Y.O.Y. > Yodelittle [1] > Plane Crash Reprise

ENCORE: Rebubula


This show was part of moe.'s Summercamp festival. Jazz Mandolin Project had performed earlier in the day. Fish sat in on drums for "Yodelittle," which contained a "Bathtub Gin" tease. "Timmy Tucker" and "Head" featured Jamie Masefield on mandolin.

Mike sat in on bass for “Couch Lady” and “Theme From the Bottom.”

SET 1: Bul Ma Miin [1]


Trey and Dave Matthews joined Orchestra Baobab who were the musical guests on Late Show with David Letterman.

This gig was a benefit for the Pangaea Project, and featured music, poetry, and multimedia presentations. Two sets of largely improvised music were performed by multiple combinations of musicians, including an improvisational exercise led by Kai Ekhardt and full Everyone Orchestra jams conducted by Tye North. Fish described and led a “Find your own Hey” jam (Phish’s traditional jamming exercise). The encore was a Maya Dornled sing along of “And We Bid You Goodnight.”  The main participants for the two shows were: Fish (drums); Tony Furtado (banjo, guitar); Kai Ekhardt (bass); Maya Dorn (vocals, guitar); Libby Kirkpatrick (vocals, guitar); Jans Ingber (hand drums, vocals); Matt Butler (drums, vocals); Julia Butterfly Hill (poetry); Tye North (conducter, bass, guitar); John Whooley (saxophone); Damian Erskine (bass); Asher Fulero (keyboards, DJ); and Scott Law (guitar). Special guests for this performance were Dennis Kucinich (words, tambourine) and Damien Aiken (saxophone).

This gig was a benefit for the Pangaea Project, and featured music, poetry, and multimedia presentations. Two sets of largely improvised music were performed by multiple combinations of musicians, including an improvisational exercise led by Kai Ekhardt and full Everyone Orchestra jams conducted by Tye North. The main participants for the two shows were: Fish (drums); Tony Furtado (banjo, guitar); Kai Ekhardt (bass); Maya Dorn (vocals, guitar); Libby Kirkpatrick (vocals, guitar); Jans Ingber (hand drums, vocals); Matt Butler (drums, vocals); Julia Butterfly Hill (poetry); Tye North (conducter, bass, guitar); John Whooley (saxophone); Damian Erskine (bass); Asher Fulero (keyboards, DJ); and Scott Law (guitar). Special guests for this performance were Stephen Kent (didgeridoo) and Merry Prankster Ken Babbs (poetry, trombone).

Vorcza Trio opened. Trey sat in on guitar for the majority of the show. This gig marked the final performance at the Winooski location of Higher Ground.

Trey sat in on guitar for several songs during this set opening for Orchestra Baobab. There is no known setlist or circulating recording.

SET 1: Atlantis, Storm, Flare, Back on the Train, Cadillac, It Makes No Difference, Lambertville, Meat, Reason, Plantlife

SET 2: 13 Days, Distortion, Blood on the Cactus, Sometimes, I've Got a Feeling, Appreciate, Health, Augustine, Has it Really Come to This?, Isolate, My Old School, Gumbo [1], Theme From the Bottom [2]

ENCORE: Down By the River [3], Isolate Reprise [4]


Mike sat in on bass (replacing Amfibian bassist Bob Kay) for “Gumbo” and “Theme,” and on guitar for the encores. Seth Yacovone sat in on guitar for “Blood on the Cactus” and the encores. Jamie Masefield performed on mandolin for “Augustine” and “Has it Really Come to This?”  “It Makes No Difference,” “Distortion,” “Isolate” through “Gumbo” and “Isolate Reprise” featured Mark Varga on alto and baritone saxophones and Aaron Chapman on tenor saxophone.

SET 1: Shugy, Waiting for the Polls to Close, The Eleven Headed, The Ibim > Face to Face, Carpel Tunnel > Riding On the Edge of the Sun, My Apartment

SET 2: Sing Sing, Eternity’s Breath, Don't Worry, Beantown, 4 and 1 [1] > People Say [2] > Making Flippy Floppy [3]

ENCORE: Boogie On Reggae Woman[3]


Trey sat in on guitar from “4 & 1” through the encore. Fish sat in on drums for “Making Flippy Floppy” and the encore. Jen Hartswick sat in on trumpet for “People Say” through the encore.

SET 1: No One To Run With, Ain't Wastin’ Time No More, Statesboro Blues, Rockin’ Horse, Every Hungry Woman, I've Been Loving You Too Long, The Same Thing, The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down, Revival

SET 2: Dreams, Firing Line, Who's Been Talking, 44 Blues, Hot 'Lanta, Feel So Bad, Into the Mystic, Southbound [1]

ENCORE: Mountain Jam


Mike sat in on a second bass for “Southbound.”

Mike and Warren Haynes sat in with the Codetalkers during this free late night performance. No setist is known and recordings do not circulate.

Mike sat in with Dirty Dozen Brass Band on bass for covers of “The Chicken” and “It’s All Over Now.”

The Duo was joined in the second set by Wayne Krantz on guitar. Mike sat in on organ for Grant Green’s “The Selma March.”

Mike sat in on bass for the encore, Allen Toussaint’s “Get Out of My Life Woman.” Cyro Baptista & Beat the Donkey opened.

Trey and Dave Matthews were guests of Orchestra Baobab in a performance that was taped for VH1's Inside Out. This setlist is incomplete.

SET 1: Cholly (Funk Getting Ready to Roll), Funkentelechy, Bop Gun, Undisco Kidd, Cosmic Slop, Aquaboogie, Booty > Hard as Steel, Stroke, Speed Dreamin’ > Bounce to This, Never Gonna Tell It, Maggot Brain, Cholly (Funk Getting Ready to Roll), Flashlight, Knee Deep


This setlist is likely incomplete. Mike sat in on a second bass for several songs during this late-night set. Phish had played earlier in the evening at American Airlines Arena, where George Clinton and several members of Parliament/Funkadelic made a guest appearance.

Mike sat in on bass for “War Pigs” and “Deep Elem Blues” during this late night set. Phish had performed earlier in the evening at Miami’s American Airlines Arena.

Mike sat in on a second bass for a rendition of Rev Tor Band’s original “Black Mile.” No additional setlist details are known and recordings do not circulate.

Trey sat in on guitar for the second-set closing “Los Bastardos.”

Trey sat in on guitar for the beginning of the second set. Trey had performed earlier in the evening with Dave Matthews and Friends.

Mike sat in on bass for several songs during this Leo Kottke solo performance. There is no known setlist or circulating recording.

For the second consecutive night, after his performance at the Fox Theatre, Mike sat in on bass with this local jazz band.  Scott Murawski also joined in the action on this night.

After his performance that evening at the Fox Theatre, Mike sat in on bass with a local jazz band.

SET 1: Hey Music Lover [1]


After his performance that evening at The Fillmore, Mike sat in on bass for a 20-minute rendition of “Hey Music Lover” that also featured other members of Mike’s touring ensemble, James Harvey on keyboards and Josh Roseman on trombone.

This gig was a CD release party for Vida Blue’s The Illustrated Band.

Trey sat in with Tim Reynolds on guitar for the encore, a cover of Peter Gabriel’s “Red Rain.” 

SET 1: Jones > Hard Love, Darlin', Back Street Woman, Sitting in Limbo, ICU

SET 2: I Want You to Know, Thoughts, For What it's Worth > Wild Side > Emerald Eyes > Copperhead Road, Something Is Forming [1]

ENCORE: I Shall Be Released[1], If You Ask Me [2]


Mike (on a second bass), Jeff Pevar (guitar) and Julee Avallone (flute) sat in from “Something is Forming” through the encores. "If You Ask Me" also featured Brett Connors on guitar.

SET 1: Jones > Fire and Brimstone > Wild Side, Emotional Railroad, Columbus Stockade Blues [1], In the Midnight Hour [2]

ENCORE: Back Porch Boogie Blues[1]


Mike sat in on a second bass from “Columbus Stockade Blues” through the encore. Reid Genauer added vocals to "In the Midnight Hour." This set was part of the 8th annual Garden of Eden Festival.

Mike sat in on bass for “Open Road.” This gig was part of Strangefolk’s own 8th annual Garden of Eden Festival that also included Gordon Stone Band, John Brown’s Body, Max Creek, Assembly of Dust, Percy Hill, and RAQ.

Mike sat in on lead guitar for this final encore of the gig. Phish had performed earlier in the evening at Atlanta’s Lakewood Amphitheatre.

On the day off between the Utah and Bonner Springs Phish gigs, Mike sat in with Steam Powered Airplane alternating on banjo and acoustic guitar. There is no known setlist or circulating recording.

On the day off between the Gorge and Utah Phish gigs, Mike sat in with Steam Powered Airplane alternating on banjo, acoustic guitar, and acoustic upright bass. 

Mike sat in with on a second bass covering The Stones’ “Jumpin’ Jack Flash.” Phish had performed earlier in the evening at Shoreline Amphitheatre.

Mike sat in on banjo for several tunes in the first set. No setlist is known and recordings do not circulate.

SET 1: Jam [1] > Eyes of the World [2]


Mike arrived on stage – via his Segway – with one of Phil’s old basses for the ‘bass duet’ out of the “Drums” > space jam and the ensuing "Eyes of the World." Additional guests for this gig included Walfredo Reyes Jr. (yes, the “Walfredo”), Edson “Café” Da Silva, and opener Steve Winwood.

This gig, billed as a "Superjam," was part of the second annual Bonnaroo Music Festival. 

Mike sat in on a second bass during the final encore. This gig was part of the second annual Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival that also featured The Allman Brothers Band, James Brown, The Dead, The Funky Meters, MMW, Sonic Youth, Widespread Panic, and Neil Young

SET 1: Shine On You Crazy Diamond, David Makalaster, Long in the Tooth, Precipitation [1], Wynona's Big Brown Beaver[1], Roof, Highball with the Devil, Buzzards of Green Hill, Intruder, 2000 Light Years From Home, D's Diner, Granny’s Little Yard Gnome, Lights in the Sky, Taxman

ENCORE: Whamola


Mike sat in on bass for “Precipitation” and “Wynona’a Big Brown Beaver.” 

Mike sat in on bass for “Banks of the Deep End” and “On Your Way Down.” This five+ hour marathon included dozens of guests, featuring on bass guitar alone: Mike, Jack Casady, Les Claypool, Roger Glover, Paul Jackson, Jr., Conrad Lozano, Will Lee, Jason Newsted, George Porter, Jr., Greg Rzab, Dave Schools, Rob Wasserman, and Victor Wooten. This gig was released in its entirety as a live double-CD and DVD set, The Deepest End.

Mike sat in with Citigrass on banjo for the complete, free show. No setlist is known and recordings do not circulate.

Fish sat in on drums during “Open Sesame” and “At the Pershing.”

Mike sat in on banjo for the complete, free show. No setlist is known and recordings do not circulate.

Mike sat in with Citigrass on acoustic guitar for the complete, free show. No setlist is known and recordings do not circulate.

Mike sat in with Citigrass on acoustic guitar for the whole gig. This was a free show that took place in The Tap Room. No setlist is known and recordings do not circulate.

Page sat in on keyboards during this weekly Cuban-themed multi-media dance party, ¡Fuacata!

Mike sat in with Citigrass on acoustic guitar for the majority of the second set. This was a free show that took place in The Tap Room. No setlist is known and recordings do not circulate.

SET 1: Stranger Than Fiction, She Sends Me, Crab Eyes, Happy Hour Hero > Seat of My Pants, Mexico

SET 2: Southbound [1], In Memory of Elizabeth Reed[1], Timmy Tucker > Meat > Kyle's Song > Head

ENCORE: Head Reprise, Sweet Emotion


Mike sat in on bass for “Southbound” and “In Memory of Elizabeth Reed”; both songs also featured guest Dickey Betts on guitar. Phish had performed earlier in the evening at the Thomas & Mack Center.

Mike sat in with Max Creek, replacing John Rider on bass for “Jones” and “White Freightliner Blues.” 

SET 1: You Write the Book, Hey Pocky Way, Silver Jack, Back Street Woman, When I Paint My Masterpiece, Six Days on the Road, The Field, Diamonds on the Soles of Her Shoes, Blood Red Roses [1] > Louisiana Sun [2] > Jam [3] > ICU[1]

ENCORE: White Freightliner Blues[1] > Back Porch Boogie Blues[1]


Mike played a second bass for “Blood Red Roses,” “ICU,” “White Freightliner Blues,” “Back Porch Boogie Blues” and the bass duet; Mike replaced regular Max Creek bassist John Rider on “Louisiana Sun.”

SET 1: Tumblin' Down [1], Outer Space[1]


Mike sat in on guitar and Carl “Geerz” Gerhard played trumpet for the listed songs. Phish had performed earlier in the evening at the Hampton Coliseum.

SET 1: Jam, Templars, Black Market, Full House > Spiders, The Country Open, Proust, Dark Eyes, Oh Yeah!

ENCORE: Powderfinger

ENCORE 2: War Pigs [1] > Luke's Wall[1]


Fish sat in on drums for the "War Pigs" > "Luke's Wall" second encore.

Page sat in on keyboards with Cyro Baptista & Beat the Donkey for a portion the second set. Dave Grippo and Jen Hartswick also made guest appearances during this gig. There is no known setlist or circulating recording.

Mike played bass for the second set that included “Rivers Rising,” which segued into a bass duet with Leftover’s Greg Garrison. Mike then stayed in place of Garrison for renditions of Bill Monroe’s “Rocky Road Blues” and the Rolling Stones’ “Let It Bleed.”

Page sat in on keyboards for the latter portion of the second set as well as the encore. Additional guests Dave Grippo and James Harvey performed for the majority of the gig. There is no known setlist; the gig was comprised primarily of improvised instrumentals. 

Page sat in with Papa Grows Funk on keyboards for several songs including Professor Longhair's "Go the the Mardi Gras."

SET 1: First Tube [1], Full Nelson [2]


Page sat in with FreeWorld on keyboards for renditions of “First Tube” and the Miles Davis classic “Full Nelson,” the latter also featuring guitarist Shawn Lane

SET 1: Yes I Will [1], Sometimes[1]


Trey and Jennifer Hartswick sat in on guitar and trumpet, respectively, for “Yes I Will” and “Sometimes.” TAB had performed earlier in the evening at Burlington’s Memorial Auditorium.

The show-closing mega-jam at the third annual Jammy Awards show included an abundance of musicians on two different stages jamming simultaneously over classics “Turn On Your Lovelight” and “Gloria.” The main stage featured Ratdog, as well as Trey, Matt Abts, Warren Haynes, DJ Logic, John Popper, and Al Schnier; a second stage included (among others) Mike, Mystic Bowie, Victoria Clamp, Hope Clayburn, Jessica Lurie and Robert Randolph. Other performers over the course of the evening included Mike Gordon and Leo Kottke (setlist), Derek Trucks Band, Les Claypool, Jazz Mandolin Project, Lake Trout, Soulive, and The Tom Tom Club.

SET 1: Linus and Lucy Jam, Mexico, Spine of a Dog > Buster, Not Coming Down, New York City, Happy Hour Hero [1] > Recreational Chemistry[1], Opium > lylelovit, Bodhisattva, Sensory Deprivation Bank


This late night gig was the official after show party for “The Jammys” music awards program. Trey sat in on guitar for “Happy Hour Hero” and “Recreational Chemistry.”

SET 1: Bad Little Doggie, Thorazine Shuffle, Beautifully Broken, Sco-Mule [1], Soulshine [2]


This set was part of the third annual Jammy Awards show. "Sco-Mule" featured Trey and John Scofield on guitars, Marc Quiñones on percussion, and Andy Hess on bass. "Soulshine" featured Trey and Derek Trucks on guitars, Gregg Allman on organ & vocals, and Andy Hess on bass.

SET 1: Uncle Pen [1], Deep Elem Blues[1], Jam [2] > Sparks[2] > Jam[2]


Earlier in the evening the venue had hosted a screening of Mike’s movie Rising Low, as part of the Woodstock Film Festival. The subsequent party included a jam session with multiple player configurations. The first set was a bluegrass arrangement with Mike on acoustic bass along with members of Big Apple’achia, as well as Jay Ungar and Molly Mason. Later, and electric setup featured Trey on guitar, Mike and Dave Schools on bass, Matt Abts on drums, DJ Logic on turntables, Rob Marscher on keyboards and Fuzz on guitar.

Trey sat in with Cyro Baptista & Beat the Donkey during the second set, using a borrowed blue Stratocaster guitar. Dave Grippo and Jen Hartswick also made guest appearances during this gig. There is no known setlist or circulating recording.

SET 1: Blind Man in the Dark, Lay Your Burden Down, Bad Little Doggie > Don’t Step on the Grass, Sam, Beautifully Broken, Empty Pages, Drivin’ Rain, Fool’s Moon, Thorazine Shuffle

SET 2: Mule, Sco-Mule, Hammer and Nails, Down and Out in New York City, Spanish Moon, Banks of the Deep End [1], Time to Confess[1], On Your Way Down[1], Jesus Just Left Chicago[1]

ENCORE: Comfortably Numb, Soulshine


This performance was part of the Woodstock Film Festival’s “Focus on Music” program celebrating music in film. The gig featured a rotation of bass players: Dave Schools opened the show and played through the “Mule” second set opener, as well as the encore; Chris Wood assumed the bass reigns for “Sco-Mule” through “Spanish Moon”; Mike then took over for “Banks of the Deep End” through the end of the second set.

SET 1: You Write the Book, Devil's Heart, Tangled Up In Blue, Emotional Railroad, Down on the Corner, Band From Chicago, Gimme Shelter

SET 2: Emerald Eyes, Season of the Witch [1], You’re the Only One [2], Free Born Man[2], Love Makes You Lose Your Mind [3], Windows[1]

ENCORE: Angel From Montgomery [4], Just a Rose[1]


This show was part of the Wormtown Music Festival. Mike sat in on a second bass for “Season of the Witch” through the end of the show. Kris Kehr played mandolin on "You're the Only One" and "Free Born Man." "Love Makes You Lose Your Mind" featured Glen Nelson on keyboards. Tonya Shylock added vocals to "Angel From Montgomery." The gig featured additional guests Tom Constanten on keyboards and Greg DeGuglielmo on drums. 

SET 1: Meat [1], 32 Things, Spine of the Dog > Buster, Understand, The Ghost of Ralph’s Mom, High and Lo > Brent Black

ENCORE: Godzilla


This show was part of the annual moe.down festival. Fish and Jamie Masefield performed on the “Meat” opener (Jazz Mandolin Project had played a set earlier in the day).

Page sat in on keyboards with Spookie Daly Pride for the Terry Fell country classic “Truck Driving Man” and and the SDP original “Andrew Jones Ain't No Biggity Man.”

Page sat in on keyboards for several songs during the second set.

Page sat in on synthesizers during this 33-minute rendition of “The Golden Gator,” which also contained a "Streets of Cairo" tease.

SET 1: Louisiana Sun > Sadie, Blood Red Roses, Life During Wartime, The Weight, Too Good for Shoes, Love Makes You Lose Your Mind, Six Days on the Road, Cruel World, Tangled Up In Blue, Season of the Witch, Werewolves of London, Eminence Front

SET 2: Cocaine Lady, Morning Star, Will the Circle Be Unbroken?, Magic Carpet Ride [1], In Harmony[1], China Cat Sunflower[1] > I Know You Rider[1]


This show was part of the annual "Camp Creek" festival. Mike played a second bass on “Magic Carpet Ride” through the end of the show. This gig featured an assortment of guests, including the Talking Heads’ and Tom Tom Club’s Tina Weymouth on bass and Chris Frantz on drums for “Life During Wartime.”

SET 1: Salsa, Run For Your Life, 3 Stroke, March, You Gotta Move, Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin), Shake Your Hips, What G-D Has For Me, Voodoo Child is Iron Man, I Don't Know What You Come to Do [1]

ENCORE: Papa Was a Rollin' Stone[1]


Page sat in on organ for “I Don’t Know What You Come to Do” and the “Papa Was a Rollin' Stone” encore. The Dirty Dozen Brass Band opened this gig.

SET 1: Only Human, Simple Hill, Evangeline [1], Funnel Cake, Eyes of the World[1], Cissy Strut[1], The Way You Do the Things You Do[1], Dirtweed Jim, Julius[1], Mr. Policeman


Trey sat in on guitar for this private gig in the place of regular Doctor Jones guitarist Casey Grant. The line-up consisted of Trey on guitar, Rob Dasaro on keyboards and vocals, Steve Drebber on drums and vocals, Jim Tasse on bass and vocals, and “Mr. Charlie” Frazier on blues harp. 

Mike sat in on bass for the listed songs. The gig was a double-bill with Bill Kreutzmann’s band, Trichromes.

The line-up for this show of traditional bluegrass included Mike on bass, Andy Cartoun on banjo, Pete Elegant on fiddle, Bob Mavian on mandolin, and Nick Novia on guitar.

SET 1: Love Invincible, Soulshine, Stay Human, Every Single Soul, Bomb the World, Sometimes [1]


Spearhead, then Los Lobos (setlist) opened for TAB (setlist). Trey sat in for the Spearhead original “Sometimes” that included a quick “Smells Like Teen Spirit” tease and witnessed Trey delivering guitar solos literally from his knees.

SET 1: Mas y Mas, I Walk Alone, The Neighborhood, Luz de mi Vida, Done Gone Blue, Maria Christina, Hearts of Stone, Soy Mexico Americano, Good Morning Aztlán, Not Fade Away [1] > Bertha[1]


Spearhead (setlist), opened, TAB (setlist) closed. Trey sat in on guitar and vocals for "Not Fade Away" > "Bertha."

SET 1: Lonesome Fiddle Blues, Kinfolks in Carolina, Windjammer, Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodleloo > Jessica, Midnight Moonlight, The Cuckoo Bird, Nine Pound Hammer [1], Last Train Out[1], Goin' Down the Road Feeling Bad[1]

SET 2: Little Maggie[1], Fetch Wood Carry Water[1], Hillbilly Jazz, Peach Picking Time in Georgia, Kissimmee Kid, Boogie in the Barnyard, Smoke! Smoke! Smoke! (That Cigarette), Drownin', Got a Light?, Big Railroad Blues, Fat Angel, Truck Drivin' Man, Mama Tried, Watching the River Flow, Glendale Train, Will the Circle Be Unbroken?


This show was billed as “A Night of Legends.” Mike sat in on bass in place of Klyph Black for “Nine Pound Hammer” through the end of the first set, and “Little Maggie” and “Fetch Wood Carry Water” to begin the second set.  

SET 1: Kissimmee Kid, Boogie in the Barnyard, Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodleloo, Down the Road, Jessica, Nine Pound Hammer, Last Train Out, Larue Larue, Pulling the Devil By the Tail [1], Cold Rain and Snow[1], The Hobo Song[1], Sitting on Top of the World[1], No Woman No Cry[1], White Dove[1], Dark Hollow[1], Meet Me in the Morning[1], Bird Song[1], Folsom Prison Blues[1], Will the Circle Be Unbroken?[1]


This show was billed as “A Night of Legends.” Mike sat in on bass in place of Klyph Black from “Pulling the Devil By the Tail” through the end of the show. 

SET 1: Highball with the Devil, David Makalaster, Long in the Tooth, Hendershot, Cosmic Highway, Up on the Roof, Ding Dang, Thela Hun Ginjeet, Seas of Cheese, Whamola [1]


This performance was part of the Mountain Aire Music Festival. Trey sat in on guitar for “Whamola.” Trey also performed on this date with TAB.

Mike and Page joined Papa Grows Funk for the PGF original "Yakiniku," The Meters' funk classic "Cissy Strut" and The Beatles' "Come Together."

During Spearhead's set opening for TAB (setlist), Trey sat in for their original "Sometimes."

Page sat in for a portion of Project Logic’s set opening for Vida Blue that included “Cars Trucks Buses.”

Trey sat in for the listed songs at this free outdoor beachside show, playing a borrowed black Stratocaster guitar. The lineup this evening featured Dave Gerard on guitars and vocals, David Bailey on bass, Ed Jurdi on guitar and Rohin Khemani on drums.

SET 1: Nash [1], Diggin' Up Bones[1], Body in the Lake[1], UFO[1], No Egos Underwater[1], Saturn[1], Turn On Your Love Light[1]

SET 2: Beggin’ You To Stay, I'm So Glad, Slubb, Basically Frightened, Grandma’s Got a Motorcycle, Lima, Planet Earth, Fixin' To Die

ENCORE: Get to Know You Better


Fish sat in on a second drum kit for the entire first set.

Fish sat in on drums for a few tunes with this Frank Zappa cover band that includes Ike Willis, as well as other Frank Zappa band alumni.

Fish sat in on drums and vocals for the “War Pigs” encore. Dave “The Truth” Grippo also sat in on saxophone earlier in the show during “Airmail Special." 

This evening included a rotating series of ad hoc groups – all featuring DJ Logic – followed by a full set of Project Logic. The groups were, in order: DJ Logic, Christian McBride, Kareem Wiggins, and Scratch; DJ Logic, Charlie Hunter, and Billy Martin; Mike, DJ Logic, and John Medeski; DJ Logic, Michael Kang, and Rob Wasserman. Each of the mini-sets consisted entirely of improvised instrumentals.

SET 1: Cardboard Box, Mold Pt. 2 > Wage, Once There Was a Way, I Commit Crimes, The Untitled One, Sweat Sauce, What Will I Do When Winter Comes > I Got Nothin' > Chunky Baby Crap Brown Haggis on Toast

SET 2: On a Night Like This, Let's Not Pretend, Cheer Up [1], Like a Hurricane[1], Maybe Next Year[1] -> OK[1], Blues in A [2], All the Pain Through the Years[1], What Have I Done Wrong?[1], Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues[1]


Trey sat in with Seth Yacovone Band on electric guitar from “Cheer Up” through the rest of the show. The Yacovone original “OK” contained a full-band “Makisupa Policeman” tease. James Rosocha sat in replacing Tommy Coggio on bass for “Blues in A.”

This show was a benefit to raise funds for the medical bills of Burlington musician “Mr. Charlie” Frazier, who had recently suffered a stroke. The gig included performances from Doctor Jones, The John Tower Group, Nobby Reed Project, Seth Yacovone Band, and Mr. Charlie’s own band, Blues for Breakfast. Page joined Blues for Breakfast on keyboards for renditions of the Grateful Dead classics “Scarlet Begonias” and “Franklin’s Tower.”

This 6th annual Zambiland Orchestra gathering featured over fifty musicians in multiple configurations playing improvised instrumentals and jam rock classics. Mike sat in during the second set, first on banjo and then later on bass. This night featured a reunion with all members of The Aquarium Rescue Unit, as well as Danny Barnes as “one man band,” Jeff Coffin, Billy Constable and Jeff Mosier on banjos, John Cowan on bass, Gary Gazaway on trumpet, Jim Hadley, Bryan Lopes, Bobby Lee Rogers, Yonrico Scott, and many others.

SET 1: Rocking Horse, Thorazine Shuffle, Mule, Sco-Mule, Banks of the Deep End [1], Time to Confess[1], Bad Little Doggie, Blind Man, Almost Cut My Hair

ENCORE: Masters of War > Rockin’ In the Free World


This Mule lineup included several special guests on bass. Mike played bass on “Banks of the Deep End” and “Time to Confess.” Oteil Burbridge played bass on “Rocking Horse” and “Thorazine Shuffle”; Dave Schools played bass on “Bad Little Doggie” through the end of the set. John Popper joined in for “Mule” while Kevin Kinney and Audley Freed sat in for “Masters of War.” This set was the finale of the annual Warren Haynes Christmas Jam that also featured Drivin’ and Cryin’, Blues Traveler and Phil Lesh and Friends.

SET 1: Jam [1]


This ad hoc lineup featured Stanton Moore on drums, Leo Nocentelli on guitar, Chris Wood on bass, and Bernie Worrell on keyboards. Mike replaced Chris Wood on bass for one song in the second set that also featured Jen Durkin and DJ Logic.

This benefit show was organized to raise money for Leftover Salmon banjoist Mark Vann, who had recently been diagnosed with melanoma. Mike played bass for an instrumental set that featured Gary “El Buho” Gazaway on trumpet, Aaron Johnston on drums, Floyd King on saxophone, and Scott Murawski on guitar. Later in the evening Mike sat in with DJ Logic in a lineup that included the Deep Banana Blackout horn section, Eric Kalb on drums, and John Medeski on keyboards.

SET 1: Shakedown Street > Bertha > Broken Arrow > Uncle John’s Band > Into the Mystic, Not Fade Away

SET 2: Jam > Playing in the Band > Blue Sky, Scarlet Begonias > Playing in the Band, King Solomon’s Marbles > Strawberry Fields Forever > Truckin’ Jam > Mountain Jam > St. Stephen, Liberty

ENCORE: In the Midnight Hour [1]


Page sat in on keyboards for the “In the Midnight Hour” encore.

Fish joined on percussion for the Drums segment. The full setlist can be found here.

This gig featured multiple guest bassists including Mike (for the songs listed), Oteil Burbridge, Jack Casady, Stefan Lessard and Tony Levin. This show featured the debut of “Banks of the Deep End.”

SET 1: Little Kin, Let It Rock > Walkin', Aunt Avis, Holden Oversoul > Stop-Go > Dyin' Man, Gimme > Makes Sense To Me

SET 2: Let's Get Down to Business, Travelin' Light, Climb To Safety, Fixin' to Die [1], Wish You Were Here[1] -> Jam[1] > Drums > Bears Gone Fishin', Blight, Coconut

ENCORE: Imitation Leather Shoes


Trey sat in for “Fixin’ To Die,” “Wish You Were Here,” and the subsequent jam; Trey and John Bell shared vocals on both songs.

This was a benefit show organized by The Mimi Fishman Foundation to honor Mimi Fishman, who passed away earlier in the year. The program began with a slide show dedicated to Mimi’s life, set to the Junta version of her favorite Phish song, “Divided Sky.” Performances by Sand Bear, Col. Bruce Hampton and The Codetalkers, and Merl Saunders followed, with Fish sitting in on drums throughout the evening. The encores “The Weight” and “Turn on Your Lovelight” included all the performers from the evening. 

SET 1: Intro, Land of the Lost, Fat Albert, Warning, Jesus Ranch, Kielbasa, History of Tenacious D, Dio, The Road, Lee, Cosmic Shame, Saxaboom (toy), G-and-R, Karate, Kyle Quit The Band, Kyle Took a Bullet, Kyle Took a Bullet, Rocket Sauce, Fuck Her Gently, Sasquatch, Tribute, Blow-Job (video), Rock Your Socks

ENCORE: Flash [1], Wonderboy[1], Golden Slumbers[1] > Carry That Weight[1] > The End[1]


Page sat in on keyboards for the entire encore. 

Page and Oteil Burbridge – in town with (former) Papa Grows Funk drummer Russell Batiste, Jr. recording the self-titled Vida Blue album – sat in during the listed portion of the second set.

Mike and Warren Haynes joined Project Logic during the second set for a half-hour long jam based on Stevie Wonder’s “Superstition.” Stanley Jordan, Hope Clayburn and Casey Benjamin were also guests during this show. 

This show was a benefit for Clear Path International. Trey performed acoustic guitar for this evening of bluegrass along with John McEuen and Jimmy Ibbotson – founding members of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band. They were joined by members of opening acts The Brementown Singers, and Banjo Dan and the Midnight Plowboys for a show-closing jam: a 20-minute rendition of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band’s “Will The Circle Be Unbroken?”

SET 1: Jam > Smelling Juda, Forget The Past, Little Tiny Buttered Biscuits, Farewell To Lemmings, Cherokee Shuffle > I Know You Rider [1] > Working on a Building[1] > Midnight Moonlight[1]

SET 2: Everchanging Moment, Highway Man, Take The Dirt > Oh Susannah! > Working On the Railroad > Oh Death > Train 45 > Orange Blossom Special


Mike sat in with Blueground Undergrass for the last three songs of the first set.

This setlist is incomplete and possibly out of order. Page, along with Gov’t Mule drummer Matt Abts, sat in with John Entwistle's band for “Long Live Rock” and “Johnny B. Goode.” Mike then took over for John Entwistle on bass for a portion of the set including on “Red House.”

Fish sat in with the Gordon Stone Band for an extended version of “Magilla.” 

The Alan Hertz Project consisted of Alan Hertz on drums, Ed Ivey on bass and horns, Tal Morris on guitar, Byron Rynes on bass and guitar, and Joel Behrman on trombone and trumpet. Trey and Les Claypool sat in on guitar and bass, respectively, for the 3rd set that included a version of The Meters’ “Cissy Strut,” along with several improvosational pieces.

Trey sat in on guitar for “Lie In Our Graves.”

Mike and Page sat in during the evening’s first encore, “Jesus Just Left Chicago.”

“The Jaques-Imo’s Café Allstars” lineup for this show and the previous night included Fish, Jamie Masefield, Gregory Davis, Kirk Joseph, Lucien Barbarin, and Tim Laughlin. The shows were billed as “An Evening of Traditional New Orleans Jazz.” There is no known setlist and recordings do not circulate of these shows.

“The Jaques-Imo’s Café Allstars” lineup for this show and the following night included Fish, Jamie Masefield, Gregory Davis, Kirk Joseph, Lucien Barbarin, and Tim Laughlin. The shows were billed as “An Evening of Traditional New Orleans Jazz.” There is no known setlist and recordings do not circulate of these shows.

This was a CD release party for Scott Murawski’s Scottness. The core lineup featured Mike on bass, Scott Murawski and Jeff Pevar on guitars, Lee Shusterman on keyboards, and Greg DeGuglielmo on drums. "Outside of Home" was performed by Scott Murawski, Jeff Pevar and Mark Mercier. "Columbus Stockade Blues" featured Mark Mercier on keyboards and Tony Betancourt on guitar. "I Wish I Could Say" and "Don't Tell Me About love" featured Mark Banspach and Tony Betancourt on guitars.  Justin Kolak replaced Mike on bass for “Use Me” and was joined by Vykki Vox on vocals. Frank Messina performed the poetry reading during the encore.

Fish sat in during the third set on the songs “You Bet,” “Sex Machine,” and “Cold Sweat.” 

SET 1: I’m Coming Home, Flare, Hippie Dream, Natures Way, Appreciate, Kiss Me Like You Kissed Me In The Van, Ribbon of Sun, Ouch!, No Promises

SET 2: Jam -> Now I’m Freaking Out, Mesopotamia, Unless You Wanted Me To, Elevate Me Later, To Be Real, Into The Universe, In Love with This World, Thesba [1], Strange Design [2], McGrupp and the Watchful Hosemasters[2], Grind[2], Driver[2], Name, Wading in the Velvet Sea [3]

ENCORE: Leaf of Fall [4], Farmhouse [5]

ENCORE 2: Olivia's Pool[5]


“Thesba” through “Driver” were performed by Trey on acoustic guitar and vocals and Tom Marshall on vocals; Stephen “Tebo” Thomas also added vocals on “Thesba.” Tom, Trey, Matt Kohut, and Pete Cottone performed “Wading in the Velvet Sea”; this constituted first live performance by the band UTALK. All the members of Amfibian performed the encores, with Trey on electric guitar.

The Really Big Show is an annual event sponsored by The  Northampton Arts Council. After Kurt Vonnegut performed a prelude to Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales, Vonnegut “scatted” and Fish joined in on vacuum, backed by Vonnegut’s grandson, Max Prior, and his band, Special K and His Crew.

After TAB had performed earlier that evening at the Landmark Theater, Trey joined Strangefolk on guitar for part of the jam in Neighbor before the band went into Norwegian Wood.


Mike sat in on bass for a rendition of “High-Heel Sneakers.” The remainder of the setlist is unknown and there is no known circulating recording.

Trey joined The Dude of Life and his band for the listed songs; Chrome Car Reflections was an acoustic duet with Trey and The Dude.

SET 1: Uncle John's Band > Brown Eyed Women, Sugaree, Mirror of Thalassa, Low Spark of High Heeled Boys, Bertha

SET 2: Passenger, Shakedown Street > Doin' That Rag > Into the Mystic, Unbroken Chain > In the Midnight Hour > The Eleven > In the Midnight Hour

SET 3: Midnight Celebration, The Golden Road (To Unlimited Devotion) > Viola Lee Blues [1] -> Goin' Down the Road Feeling Bad[1] -> Viola Lee Blues[1], Tastes Like Wine -> Mountains of the Moon -> Dark Star -> I Am the Walrus [2] -> Dark Star[1] -> I Know You Rider[1], Stella Blue

ENCORE: Lay of the Sunflower (Forrest of Fennario), New Potato Caboose > Just a Little Light, Comes a Time > And We Bid You Goodnight


Mike sat in on a second bass Viola Lee Blues and from the jam out of I Am the Walrus through I Know You Rider. The jam out of the first Viola Lee Blues featured The Other One, Blue Sky, and Third Stone from the Sun teases. The bass duet segment included a Can't You See theme. The jam following the bass duet contained an Eleanor Rigby tease. The Mountains of the Moon > Dark Star > I Am the Walrus segment of this gig was awarded the “Jam of the Year” at the second annual Jammy Awards.

Mike sat in on bass with Warren Haynes on guitar and Matt Abts on drums for “Madman Across the Water” through the end of this opening set for Phil Lesh and Friends.

SET 1: We Are Rolling, Hey-Hee-Hi-Ho > Shacklyn Knights, Nostalgia in Times Square/Angel Race (I'll Wait For You), Big Time, Just Like I Pictured It

SET 2: Felic [1] > Partido Alto[1], Note Bleu, Dracula > Blue Pepper > Third Stone From the Sun, Chubb Sub

ENCORE: Bubblehouse


Fish sat in playing a variety of percussion instruments on Felic and Partido Alto.

Trey and Fish joined the Dude of Life for performances of Beware of the Dog and Come On Up to My Room during the Dude’s wedding reception.

SET 1: Jam > Sun Sleigh > The Dropper > Nostalgia In Times Square/Angel Race (I'll Wait for You) > Shacklyn Knights > Seven Deadlies

SET 2: Big Time > Third Stone From the Sun, Partido Alto [1] > We Are Rolling[1] > Start/Stop[1] > Dracula[1] > Chubb Sub[1]

ENCORE: Swamp Road[1]


Trey (introduced as "Trey 'Family Man' Anastasio") played guitar from Partido Alto through the end of the show. Guitarist Oren Bloedow and percussionist Cyro Baptista were also guests for the entire show. It was at this gig where Trey and Cyro met; Cyro would later join the Trey Anastasio touring ensemble.

Fish sat in on drums for all three sets, replacing regular drummer Kenny "Sweet Sugar G" Goldfield. Although the complete setlist is not known, the songs above were played at some point during the show.

SET 1: Secrets > Rainbow > Big Boat > Pissed Off, Can't Let Go, You're the Only One, Eminence Front

SET 2: Calling Elvis > Heartbeat > Devil's Heart -> Jam [1] -> Sailin' Shoes[1], Poetry Reading > One Way Out[1]

ENCORE: Possum[1], Back Porch Boogie Blues[1]


Mike joined in during the Jam before Little Feat’s Sailin’ Shoes and performed through the end of the show. The poetry reading was by Frank Messina. Mike sang lead vocals on Possum.

SET 1: Flare, Appreciate, In Love with this World, Dirt, Elevate Me Later, Unless You Wanted Me To > To Be Real, Face in the Crowd

SET 2: Back to Mesopotamia, Brian and Robert, Onion, The Wedge [1] > If I Can't Turn to You[1], Drunk By Noon

ENCORE: Olivia's Pool


Trey sat in on guitar – an all-white Fender Stratocaster in place of one of his signature Languedoc guitars – for The Wedge and the Chris Harford original If I Can’t Turn To You.

  The songs were performed in two mini-sets for the Tuttle Middle School audience where Dave Grippo is the music teacher. This incarnation of the Vermont Jazz All-Stars included Trey on guitar, Big Joe Burrell on tenor sax, Kenny Goldfield on drums, Dave Grippo on alto sax, Bruce Sklar on keys, and Stacey Starkweather on bass.  

SET 1: Nimbus, Dromedary, Billy's Bounce, Spiders, The Milliken Way, Xenoblast

SET 2: The Gourd, Ballad for Trio, The Phoenicians [1], Milestones, Oh Yeah![1]

ENCORE: Stockholm Smokepipe


Fish played the "dumbek" on this forty-five minute version of The Phoenicians as well as drums on Oh Yeah!

This lineup included Aaron Hersey on Bass, Dave Diamond on guitar, James Harvey on trombone, Bruce Sklar on keyboards, Kenny “Sweet Sugar G” on drums, Dave Grippo on saxophone, as well as MCs Reko “the mighty konflik” and Fattie B on turntables. Fish sat in on drums for the three songs listed above during the show’s third set.

SET 1: Thela Hun Ginjeet, Shattering Song -> Riders on the Storm -> Shattering Song, Hendershot, Shine On You Crazy Diamond, Riddles -> Jerry Was a Race Car Driver -> Wynona's Big Brown Beaver -> Riddles

SET 2: Pigs on the Wing (Part I), Dogs, Pigs (Three Different Ones), Sheep, Pigs on the Wing (Part II)

ENCORE: Owner of the World [1] -> Smoke on the Water[1] -> Owner of the World[1], Tomorrow Never Knows [2]


Oysterhead (Trey, Stewart Copeland, and Les Claypool) performed the Owner of the World sandwich while the combined Frog Brigade and Oysterhead performed Tomorrow Never Knows. Phish had played earlier in the evening at Thomas & Mack Center. This was also a combined celebration, as both Les and Trey share a September 30th birthday.

Trey’s brother-in-law Kevin hosted a private party after that evening’s Phish show at Deer Creek. Mike played guitar for about an hour, while Fish jammed on drums until sunrise.

Mike played guitar from No Egos Underwater through the end of the show. At one point, Col. Bruce chided Mike about directing him in Mike’s film debut, Outside Out. Phish had performed earlier in the evening at Lakewood Amphitheatre. 

Kid Rock was the musical guest for Saturday Night Live. Trey added a second rhythm guitar for this acoustic performance.

Fish sat in on drums for this gig that also included Fuzz and Robert Somerville from Deep Banana Blackout, John Medeski on keyboards, and Warren Haynes on guitar. The setlist consisted of mostly improvised music.

Fish sat in with Galactic for Layin' in the Cut.

SET 1: Jam > St. Stephen > The Eleven > Friend of the Devil > Shakedown Street, Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues, Bird Song

SET 2: Uncle John's Band, In Your Eyes, Dear Mr. Fantasy, Someday My Prince Will Come, Mountains of the Moon, In the Midnight Hour

ENCORE: Wolfman's Brother [1]


Mike played a second bass on the Wolfman’s Brother encore that also featured a short bass duet with Mike and Phil. 

SET 1: Like a Rolling Stone [1], Box of Rain[1], Playing in the Band > Deal > Oh, Atlanta > In Your Eyes > Jam > Playing in the Band > Franklin's Tower

SET 2: Happy Birthday To You > Eyes of the World > He Don't Play Nothin' But the Blues > Dixie Chicken > Terrapin Station, I Know You Rider, Jam [2], Morning Dew > St. Stephen > The Eleven > Not Fade Away

ENCORE: Wolfman's Brother [3], Playing in the Band[3]


This was an Unbroken Chain Foundation benefit to support of Hepatitis C research, and a celebration of Phil Lesh’s 60th birthday, for whom Happy Birthday was sung before the second set. Like a Rolling Stone and Box of Rain featured Mike on bass and Phil playing a red Stratocaster guitar. Mike performed on a second bass for the bass duet and encore.

Fish sat in for the above listed songs with Col. Bruce Hampton and the Fiji Mariners. 

SET 1: Fizzle Fry, In the Flesh, Anti Pop, Sgt. Baker, Greet the Sacred Cow, Those Damned Blue-Collar Tweekers [1] > Communication Breakdown[1] > Dueling Banjos > Toys Go Winding Down > Those Damned Blue-Collar Tweekers, Jerry Was a Racecar Driver, My Name is Mud, Final Voyage of the Liquid Sky, Lacquer Head, Crazy Train > Harold of the Rocks > Tommy the Cat > Awakening > Tommy the Cat, Hello Skinny > Pork Soda, Electric Uncle Sam

ENCORE: Too Many Puppies > Hello Skinny > Too Many Puppies


Trey was introduced as “Eddie Van Anastasio” before joining the action on guitar for Those Damned Blue-Collar Tweekers and Communication Breakdown.

The listed songs featured Trey on guitar.

SET 1: Secrets > Big Boat, Rainbow > Double Dare > Don't Think Twice It's All Right, I Will Always See Your Face > Late in the Evening

SET 2: Love Makes You Lose Your Mind [1] > Can't Let Go[1], I Want to Die Easy[1] > Cities[1]

ENCORE: The Bug[1], Henry[1] -> Just a Rose[1]


Mike played a second bass for the entire second set and encore.

SET 1: Stranger Than Fiction, Rise, High and Lo -> Meat

SET 2: The Ghost of Ralph's Mom, Blue Eyed Son, Bring it Back Home, Yodelittle [1], Opium -> Seat of My Pants -> Rebubula

ENCORE: San Ber'dino, Fire [2] -> I Know You Rider[2] -> Fire[2]


Fish sat in on percussion and drums for Yodelittle and drums for the Fire > I Know You Rider > Fire encore. Yodelitlle contained quotes from The Wondrous Boatride from Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. Jamie Masefield also performed on these songs, as well as on Bring it Back Home.

One night before Phish’s Tucson show, Trey joined in with a Les Paul guitar on, among other songs, The Shape I’m In. At one point Trey made a “he’s crazy” hand motion toward Leftover’s Vince Herman; the crowd interpreted this as the Meatstick dance and began doing the dance, which prompted Trey to tease the song and join the dance on stage.

Mike joined Jazz Mandolin Project for the Xenoblast segment of this show. Phish performed the following two evenings at Shoreline Amphitheatre.

Trey sat in on guitar for the above-listed encore.

SET 1: Egg 15 [1] -> Drums -> Egg 15[1]


Mike and Jimmy Herring joined the Derek Trucks Band for the songs listed above. This perofrmance was part of the “Fusion Fest” lineup, which also included Col. Bruce Hampton, Blueground Undergrass, Jazz is Dead, and The Derek Trucks Band.

Mike and Fish made a brief appearance at the end of Col. Bruce’s show. Phish had performed earlier in the evening at Lakewood Amphitheatre.

The songs listed featured Mike on bass. Jeff Mosier also made a guest appearance during this gig, which was opened by Blueground Undergrass.

There is no known stelist for this show and recordings do not circulate.

This night was billed The Double Dig Festival, commemorating the closing of the Double Dig Ranch, a communal farm east of Boulder that for four years was host to musicians and other artists. Members of String Cheese Incident, Leftover Salmon, Tony Furtado, and the Wendy Woo Band at various times called this farm home; it was also temporary home to many musicians traveling through the area, including numerous stops by Fish. Trey sat in on acoustic guitar for the show closing jam that at its core was the Tony Furtado Band, though upwards of thirty musicians were on stage at the time. 

Mike sat in for a portion of this show that served as the unofficial after show party for Trey’s Flynn Theatre performance earlier in the evening.

SET 1: Flux, Good N' Plenty, Nimbus, Mandoneon, Tuang Guru [1], The Gourd


Fish sat in on conga for Tuang Guru. This show was a co-bill with Béla Fleck and the Flecktones.

Trey and Page, having just completed their run with Phil & Phriends, sat in on the listed songs. 

Trey sat in on guitar for the above songs.

Page sat in on keyboards during this opening set for Gov’t Mule.

This setlist is incomplete. This show featured guests Mike, Vassar Clements, and Buddy Cage.

In addition to Fish, these two songs also featured members of the opening act, Foxtrot Zulu.

Mike joined the band for several songs on vocals and banjo.

This show featured guests Mike, Vassar Clements, and Buddy Cage. There is no known setlist for this show and recordings do not circulate.

Mike sat in with Strangefolk for the second set Lines and Circles sandwich.

While vacationing in Japan, Fish sat in with Big Frog for an undetermined number of songs. There is no known setlist or circulating recording.

Trey sat in on guitar for the second set. It was at this show that Trey met viperHouse keyboardist Ray Paczkowski, who would join TAB. Phish had performed earlier in the evening at the Lawrence Joel Veteran’s Memorial Coliseum, where viperHouse’s Heloise Williams provided additional vocals during the You Enjoy Myself vocal jam. There is no known setlist or circulating recording.

SET 1: Wang Dang Doodle > My Brother Esau, Peggy-O, Little Red Rooster, Brown Eyed Women, Lost Sailor > Saint of Circumstance > Deal

SET 2: Help on the Way > Slipknot! > Franklin’s Tower, Estimated Prophet [1] > Eyes of the World[1] > Drums[1] > St. Stephen[1] > Throwing Stones[1] > Not Fade Away[1]

ENCORE: Revolution 1[1], Blow Away[1], Terrapin Station[1], Playing in the Band[1]


This show was a reprise of the Grateful Dead’s performance on October 31, 1983. Fish sat in on a second drum set from Estimated Prophet through the end of the show. 

Fish sat in on drums for a portion of the second set. The setlist for this show is unknown and recordings do not circulate.

SET 1: Love Makes You Lose Your Mind > Big Boat, Dark Water, Back Street Woman, Hard Love, Wild Side > Something is Forming, Boogie On Reggae Woman [1] > You’re the Only One[1], Jones [2] > Who Do You Love?[1] > Tangled Up in Blue [3]

ENCORE: One Way Out[3]


Mike sat in on an additional bass for Boogie On Reggae Woman through the end of the show. Jones featured a poetry reading by Frank Messina. Eamon Cronin provided additional vocals on Tangled Up In Blue and One Way Out.

Mike and Fish joined the Flecktones for their encore. Mike and Victor Wooten engaged in a bass duet. Fish also hammed it up on a percussion machine, and everyone else stopped to let him jam. No additional setlist details are known and recordings do not circulate.

This lineup of the Sneakers Jazz Band included James Harvey on trombone, Dave Grippo on alto sax, John Rivers on acoustic bass, Jeff Salisbury on drums, and Trey on guitar for whole show except the encores, when Paul Asbell played Trey’s guitar.

Fish sat in on drums for three songs in the second set, including Self. Phish had performed earlier in the evening at Madison Square Garden.

This setlist is incomplete, likely out of order, and includes parts of the three sets performed that evening. Fish played for most of show, which featured upwards of two dozen musicians in rotating jams including: Derek Trucks on sarod, Kofi Burbridge on flute and keyboards, Jeff Mosier on banjo, Michael Kang on mandolin and fiddle, Gary “El Buho” Gazaway and Michael Ray on trumpet, Dr. Dan Matrazzo and T. Lavitz on keyboards, Bob Baglione and Jimmy Herring on guitars, Jeff Sipe, Todd Nance and Yonrico Scott on drums, Count M’Butu on percussion, Lincoln Metcalf as conductor and on French horn, Todd Smalley, Ed Nitty and John Cowan on bass, two female vocalists, and Fish, who played drums, tambourine, congas, and vacuum. Col. Bruce Hampton was crowned “King of Zambiland” and led Fixin’ to Die.

SET 1: You Let Me Down Again, Steady Rollin' Man, You’re The Only One, The Field > When It Comes To You > Blood Bed Roses > If You Ask Me

SET 2: Louisiana Sun > Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin) [1] > Wild Side[1] > Outside of Home[1] > Just a Rose[1]

ENCORE: Lawyers, Guns and Money[1], What I Like About You[1]


Mike joined the band on a second bass after Louisiana Sun and played through the end of the show.

Trey sat in on guitar for the final encore, Gimme Some Lovin'.

Fish sat in for the entire show.

Fish sat in for the entire show.

Mike sat in on bass for a 25-minute Whipping Post > Stranglehold.

Mike and Trey sat in with the Soulard Blues Band performing jazz and blues standards. There is no known setlist or circulating recording.

Fish sat in for one song. This gig was part of the Vermont Brewer’s Fest. No setlist is known and recordings do not circulate.

Fish sat in on drums for Cissy Strut.

SET 1: She's Here > Six Days On The Road, When That Evening Sun Goes Down, Thoughts, Sadie, Devil's Heart > Jones > Calling Elvis > Signature

SET 2: Sailin' Shoes [1], Something Is Forming[1], Cecilia[1] > Wild Side[1] > Just a Rose[1] > Season of the Witch[1] > Just a Rose[1]

ENCORE: Ninety-Nine Years (and One Dark Day)


Mike performed on a second bass for the entire second set.

SET 1: Chalk Dust Torture, Suzy Greenberg, Their Song > Divided Sky > Their Song, Bathtub Gin, Frankenstein

SET 2: Their Song > Down with Disease, You Enjoy Myself > Their Song, Wilson [1], Funky Bitch[1], Rocky Top[1], NICU[1], Slave to the Traffic Light[1], Their Song, Poor Heart

ENCORE: Their Song[1]


Fish sat in on drums with this Phish cover band for Wilson through Slave to the Traffic Light as well as the encore.

SET 1: Don’t Want You No More > It's Not My Cross to Bear, Trouble No More, Ramblin' Man, Good Clean Fun, Hoochie Coochie Man, Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’, Seven Turns, Stand Back, Jessica

SET 2: You Don't Love Me, I Know I Oughta Leave, Blue Sky, End of the Line, Stormy Monday, No One to Run With, Southbound, High Falls

ENCORE: One Way Out [1]


Page and Duane Betts were guests on the encore One Way Out, with Page sharing Greg Allman’s keyboards.

After attending a ZZ Top show earlier in the evening at the Memphis Orpheum, Fish sat in with FreeWorld on drums for a portion of the second set of this late-night show. Phish was in town for a performance at Memphis’ Mid-South Coliseum the following night. There is no known setlist or circulating recording.

Mike and Page, in town for Phish’s performance of Talking HeadsRemain in Light the following evening, sat in for a portion of this late-night set.

Mike sat in on bass for the whole show. Fish sat in on washboard during the second set; the second set list is unknown.

Mike sat in on bass for the whole show. This show featured the debut of Weekly Time and the first known Mike Gordon vocal performances of Up, Up and Away and Last Child


After opening for them, all of the members of Phish sat in for the listed portion of Santana’s set, though the specific songs are not known.

SET 1: Dick Dogs [1], Exodus[1] > Get Up, Stand Up[1] > Exodus[1], Maggot Brain[1]


Phish's opening set was rained out. All the members of Phish sat in during Santana's set on the listed songs.

This gig took place during the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival and was billed as "Jazz Funk of the Future." Trey, Page, and RJ Spangler sat in for the whole show. This setlist is incomplete; the listed songs were officially released in 2003 as Live at Jimmy's. Phish had performed earlier in the weekend on the main stage of JazzFest.

Trey sat in for the entire set, playing along with Sunspots’ guitarist Jim Kebodeaux. Garbage Can Woman featured Sunpie (on harmonica), Jim, and Trey sitting on the edge of the stage after Sunpie said: “I don’t think they can hear us. Let’s get out on the porch.” This performance was part of the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival and took place on the Fais Do-Do Stage; Phish had performed earlier in the weekend on the Main Stage of JazzFest.

Trey joined Merl Saunders and the Rainforest Band on guitar from Built for Comfort through the end of the show. It's in the Air (Konfusion) included a Dixie tease from Trey. Dark Star was performed instrumental and included a China Cat Sunflower tease from Trey. I Feel Like Dynamite included a full-band Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin) tease. The rendition of We All Wanna Boogie from this show appears on the CD Merl Saunders With His Funky Friends: Live!

SET 1: Jessica, You Don't Love Me, Ramblin' Man, Worried Down With The Blues, Tombstone Eyes, Stand Back, Statesboro Blues, Change My Way of Living

SET 2: Hoochie Coochie Man, Dreams, Back Where It All Begins, I Know I Oughta Leave, One Way Out [1], Southbound[1], True Gravity[1], Whipping Post[1]


Page filled in for an ailing Gregg Allman, playing keyboards on One Way Out through the end of the show. Gregg Allman had been in a minor motorcycle accident the day before the beginning of the annual ABB run at the Beacon. Gregg toughed it out in the first set, but didn’t feel well enough to finish the show. Page was attending the show, and while backstage during the intermission he was invited to fill in for the rest of the gig.

SET 1: In Harmony > Mystery Train, Dark Water, Emotional Railroad, Late in the Evening > If You Ask Me

SET 2: Louisiana Sun [1] > Wild Side[1] > Jessica[1] > Season of the Witch[1], Just a Rose[1]

ENCORE: 99 Years and One Dark Day, Back Porch Boogie Blues


Mike played rhythm guitar, as the only available bass was left-handed. He performed for the entire second set and was introduced as “Mike Jones” after Just a Rose.

SET 1: Think, Dracula, Henduck, Jelly Belly [1] > Is There Anybody Here That Love My Jesus?[1], The Lover, Lonely Avenue, Chubb Sub[1]

ENCORE: Crosstown Traffic


Trey sat in on guitar for Jelly Belly, Is There Anybody Here That Love My Jesus?, and Chubb Sub.

Big Joe and his band performed at the wedding reception of Page and Sofi Dillof. All four band members sat in at various points during this set, as did Page’s dad, Dr. Jack McConnell, singing Bill Bailey.

This set was part of the 14th annual Camp Creek gathering. Mike sat in on bass for the listed songs. 

The first three songs of the second set featured Mike on bass; Mike also sang lead on John Hardy.

Spastic consisted of Fish on drums and vocals, Martin Guigui on keyboards and vocals; Tommy Lee Smith on guitar; and Aaron Hersey on bass and vocals.  

Trey and Fish sat in for the whole show. This gig featured a mix of the “North” and “South” Cosmic Krewe lineups. This list reflects portions of the two sets performed that evening and is likely out of order; many of the songs listed are included on Michael Ray and The Cosmic Krewe’s 2003 release, Live at Jimmy’s.

SET 1: Rogue Hair, Cherry Pickin’ Frog, Display of Grace, Rose Hill, Cut the Wave, Trina's Odyssey, Everything is Everything, Self, Big Heart > Pelican Jig, Happy Birthday, Intestinal Fortitude, Pumpkins

SET 2: Cabin Fever > Attack of the Rodeo Clown, Route 89, Make You My Bitch, The Bus, Sea Captain, Chooch DeLuke, Leading the Elephants, Stevie's Crib, Go-Kart, Llama

ENCORE: Weekapaug Groove Jam [1], Self[1]


This gig was for Mimi Fishman’s birthday bash; Mimi joined the band for Make You My Bitch. Later, Fish (Jon) joined the band for the encores.

Mike sat in on bass for the whole show, in place of Stacy Starkweather. Other guests at this gig included Paul Asbell, Dave Grippo, Jamie Masefield, and Gene White.

All Along the Watchtower featured Trey on guitar and John Popper on vocals.

Trey and Fish played the entire show. Mike performed during the second set on a one-string bass.

Trey sat in on the above songs.  This setlist is otherwise incomplete.

SET 1: Seek Up, #36, Dancing Nancies, The Best of What’s Around, Rhyme and Reason, Jimi Thing [1], Recently[1], Water Into Wine[1], Ants Marching[1]

ENCORE: Nature intro, Tripping Billies


Ugly Americans and Big Head Todd and the Monsters opened. Trey sat in on guitar from Jimi Thing through the end of the set.

Page sat in on keyboards for a portion of the second set. There is no known setlist or circulating recording.

No setlist is known and recordings do not circulate.

Big Joe Burrell and the Unknown Blues Band performed at the wedding reception of Trey Anastasio and Sue Statesir. At one point during the festivities all four members of Phish, along with Big Joe on sax, performed several blues numbers.

Trey and Fish sat in for the entire show. There is no known setlist or circulating recording.

This private party jam session included Michael Bizar on guitar, Mark “Murph” Murphy on bass, Pete Herr on percussion, and Scott Bilstad, who along with Fish played drums. A ninety-minute recording of this jam session does circulate and includes “Impressions,” “Whipping Post,” and the Sanford and Son theme; the recording that does circulate is often mislabeled as a “parking lot jam.” Phish had performed earlier in the evening at the UIC Pavilion.

Trey sat in for the entire show. There is no known setlist or circulating recording.

SET 1: Alone, Optimistic Thought, Mulling It Over [1], Should I Stay or Should I Go?, Low Rider > Go Outside and Drive, What's For Breakfast, Sweet Pain, The Good the Bad and the Ugly > Gina, Love and Greed, Crash Burn, Sweet Talking Hippie

ENCORE: But Anyway


Both Phish and Blues Traveler performed at the annual SunFest. Trey played on Mulling It Over. After the song ended, John Popper exclaimed: “Trey Anastasio! Boy, you know, those Phish guys...love that band!” 

Fish, Mike and Page sat in during this late-night show for a cover of the Davenport and Coole classic, Fever. Trey was also in attendance but did not perform. Phish had performed earlier in the evening at Atlanta’s “Fabulous” Fox Theatre.

SET 1: Plain or Peanut, Two Truckloads, No Egos Underwater, Time Flack, Salty Dog, Spoonful, Time Is Free, Fixin' to Die [1], Lost My Mule in Texas, Jack the Rabbit, Zambi > Space is the Place, Trondossa, Yield Not To Tempation

ENCORE: Working on a Building


Fixin’ to Die featured both Fish and Trey. Phish had performed earlier in the evening at Columbia’s Township Auditorium.

Fish played washboard for the entire show.

SET 1: Plain or Peanut > Yield Not To Temptation, Time Flack, Time Is Free, No Reason to Complain, Salty Dog [1], Payday [2], Tuxedo Junction [3], Basically Frightened[3], Zambi [4] -> Space is the Place [5], Trondossa, No Egos Underwater, Two Truckloads, Working On a Building

ENCORE: Jam [6], Elevator to the Moon


Trey sat in on guitar for Salty Dog and Payday. Page sat in on organ for Tuxedo Junction through Space is the Place. Michael Ray, Dave Grippo, Dave Gordo, and several members of Leftover Salmon (who opened the gig) also made guest appearances during the set. The encore jam featured all of the guests from throughout the set.

Page sat in on keyboards for Holden Oversoul and Love Tractor.

SET 1: Plain or Peanut, Payday, Time Flack, No Egos Underwater, Fixin' to Die [1], No Reason to Complain[1], Time Is Free, Two Truckloads, Compared to What?, Salty Dog, Basically Frightened, Elevator to the Moon > Trondossa, Yield Not To Temptation, Zambi > Space Is the Place

ENCORE: Working on the Building


Fixin’ to Die and No Reason to Complain featured Mike on bass. Other guests during the show included Mark Vann and Drew Emmitt from Leftover Salmon on banjo and mandolin, respectively.

Trey and Fish sat in for the entire show. 

Trey sat in for the entire show. There is no known setlist or circulating recording.

SET 1: Underground People, Zero, Freaks on Fire, Do What You Want, 7th Revelation > Jam [1] > Don’t Let it Stop Ya [2]

SET 2: Cherokee, Question Air, Tezz Jam > What Makes You Feel Good, Elvin Jones, Who Do? We Do!, Confessions of a Man


The bass jam and Don’t Let it Stop Ya featured Mike on bass.

SET 1: Stop the Revolution, Lila, Do What You Want, Question Air, Who Do We Think We Are?, Freaks on Fire > Tezz > Underground People

SET 2: Cherokee, Don’t Let It Stop Ya, 7th Revelation > Fish Reading [1] > Elvin Jones, Feel Good > Big Chief > Fiyo on the Bayou, Live Wire

ENCORE: Ma Bitch

ENCORE 2: Power of Silence


Fish read a passage about “Bucky Domes” from Robert Anton Wilson’s Cosmic Trigger between 7th Revelation and Elvin Jones. A bucky dome, also known as geodesic dome, is a sphere created from a series of hexagrams and pentagrams, invented by Buckminster Fuller. At the time, Fish lived in a bucky dome.

Page sat in on keyboards for Chameleon and Shake Everything You Got.

SET 1: Pleas, Space Wrangler > Henry Parsons Died > Travelin' Light, Diner > Pilgrims, Hatfield, Walkin' > Holden Oversoul, Love Tractor

SET 2: The Take Out > Porch Song, Can't Get High, Worry, Makes Sense To Me, Little Kin, Chilly Water, Fishwater, Pickin' Up The Pieces, Heroes, Mercy, Wondering, Mr. Soul

ENCORE: Get Up Early In The Morning [1], The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys [2] > Time is Free Jam[2] > The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys[2]


Trey sat in on guitar for the entire encore. Get Up Early In The Morning featured T. Lavitz on piano; the remainder of the encore featured Page on piano. Get Up Early in the Morning contained Tipitina quotes.

Trey and Mike sat on After Midnight during J.J. Cale's set opening for Phish.

This performance for Vermont Public Radio featured Trey on guitar, Mike on bass and Jamie Masefield on mandolins. There is no known setlist or circulating recording.

SET 1: Sweet Talking Hippie, Save His Soul, Defense and Desire, Mulling It Over, Support Your Local Emperor, Whoops, Gina, 100 Years > Sweet Pain, Brother John, Mountain Cry [1]

ENCORE: Gloria [2]


This performance was part of the Laguna Seca Daze festival that also featured Phish. Mountain Cry featured Page on keyboards, while the Gloria encore saw Page, Trey and Todd Park Mohr of Big Head Todd and the Monsters join in.

This private party and jam session included two bass players, three guitar players, two drummers, percussion and keyboards. There was a rotation of performers throughout the night, including Mike on bass and Fish on drums, and members of local bands Deep Space Six and Uncle Chunk. The only known song performed was the Sanford and Son theme. No known recording exists. Phish had performed earlier in the evening at the Michigan Theatre.

SET 1: Dimension Extension [1], Zero, Give it Up, Tone Clone [2], I Get High, Big Chief, Underground People, Confessions of a Man

ENCORE: Fire


Dimension Extension featured Fish on vacuum, while Tone Clone featured Fish on drums and a reading from Sun Ra’s Book of Information. Phish had performed earlier in the evening uptown at the Roseland Ballroom, and had also covered Hendrix’s Fire as their encore.

SET 1: Back at the Chicken Shack > Born Under a Bad Sign, Let It Rock, Improv Blues in 'G', She Caught the Katy and Left Me a Mule to Ride, Down the Road, A Mess of Blues, Little Wing, Day Tripper, Escaping, Hey Joe

SET 2: Hip Hug-Her, Rock Me Baby, In the Wee Wee Hours, Red House, Yonder Wall, She Belongs To Me, Not Fade Away, That's Heaven to Me, Just Before the Bullets Fly, I've Been Loving You Too Long, Spanish Moon [1], All Along the Watchtower [2]

ENCORE: Gloria [3]


This ad hoc grouping was billed as The Ritz Power Jam. Red House and Yonder Wall featured Dave Tronzo on slide guitar. Spanish Moon featured Trey on guitar, vocals, and keyboards. All Along the Watchtower also saw Dave Matthews, Leroi Moore and Boyd Tinsley join the action while Trey, Dave, and Popper traded vocals. The Gloria encore, sung by Popper, featured Trey on guitar and Mike on bass. Phish had performed earlier in the evening at the Roseland Ballroom.

SET 1: Help Yourself, Zero, Gun, Let’s Go Dancing [1] > Jam [2] > Dimension Extension[1], Tone Clone [3]

ENCORE: Fire


Mike, introduced as a “special guest from a band called Tuna,” joined in from Let’s Go Dancing through Tone Clone. Fish came out during Tone Clone and read a James Joyce selection about hell, after which Mike took a bass solo, and the musicians reprised the song.

SET 1: Spread the Word, I Get High, Dimension Extension, Give It Up, Stop the Revolution, Freaky D, Tone Clone, Gun

SET 2: Freaks on Fire, Do What You Want, Elvin Jones [1], Big Chief [2] > Sippin Pippa [3] > Don’t Let it Stop Ya[3] > Drums [4] > Somewhere Over the Rainbow Jam[3] > Don’t Let it Stop Ya[3]

ENCORE: Underground People


This show featured all four members of Phish. Trey joined in for Elvin Jones and Page joined for a piano jam leading into Big Chief. Mike entered during the ensuing jam and then Fish followed for Sippin Pippa and Don’t Let It Stop Ya.

After opening for them, all of the members of Phish sat in for the listed portion of Santana’s set. No setlist is known.

After opening for them, all of the members of Phish sat in for the listed portion of Santana’s set. No setlist is known.

After opening for them, all of the members of Phish sat in for the listed portion of Santana's set. This setlist is unconfirmed.

After opening for them, all of the members of Phish sat in for the listed portion of Santana’s set. This setlist is unconfirmed.

After opening for them, all of the members of Phish sat in for the listed portion of Santana’s set. This setlist is unconfirmed.

SET 1: Jam [1] > Spoonful[1]


After opening for them, all of the members of Phish sat in for the listed portion of Santana’s set. This setlist is unconfirmed.

After opening for them, all of the members of Phish sat in for the listed portion of Santana’s set that included a vaccum solo from Fish. This setlist is unconfirmed.

After opening for them, all of the members of Phish sat in for the listed portion of Santana’s set. This setlist is unconfirmed.

After opening for them, all of the members of Phish sat in for the listed portion of Santana’s set. This setlist is unconfirmed.

After opening for them, all of the members of Phish sat in for the listed portion of Santana’s set. No setlist is known.

SET 1: Peace on Earth...Mother Earth...Third Stone from the Sun, Somewhere in Heaven, Batuka > No One to Depend On, Capri, Savor, Jam, Black Magic Woman/Gypsy Queen, Oye Como Va, Elmore's Boogie, Blues for Salvador, Angels All Around Us > Spirits Dancing in the Flesh, Make Somebody Happy, Free All the People (South Africa), Get It in Your Soul > Toussaint L'Ouverture

ENCORE: Soul Sacrifice, Exodus


After opening for them, all of the members of Phish sat in for Elmore's Boogie and Trey was a guest for Blues for Salvador. Oye Como Va contained Eleanor Rigby and Owner of a Lonely Heart teases and an El Pito (I'll Never Go Back to Georgia) tease and quote. Fish performed on washboard for Elmore's Boogie, which contained Blue Monk teases from Trey and Carlos.


After opening for them, all of the members of Phish sat in for the listed portion of Santana’s set. This setlist is unconfirmed.

After opening for them, all of the members of Phish sat in for the listed portion of Santana’s set.

After opening for them, all of the members of Phish sat in for the listed portion of Santana’s set.

After Phish opened for them, Trey, Mike and Page sat in for the listed portion of Santana's set. This setlist is unconfirmed.

After opening for them, all of the members of Phish sat in for the listed portion of Santana’s set. This setlist is unconfirmed.

After opening for them, all the members of Phish sat in on the listed songs during Santana’s set. This setlist is unconfirmed.

After Phish opened for them, Trey sat in for the listed songs during Santana's set. This setlist is unconfirmed.

After Phish opened for them, Trey sat in with Santana for the listed songs during Santana's set. This setlist is unconfirmed.

Page, Fish and Dave Grippo performed for the entire show. Working On a Building also featured Trey on guitar. The end of Sitting on Top of the World contained a Call to the Post tease. The Jam preceding Yield Not to Temptation included a Flintstones theme tease from Oteil. Davy Crockett contained a Dixie tease. Believe I... contained a Pop Goes the Weasel tease.

SET 1: No One to Blame, Salty Dog, Shoeless Joe, Compared to What?, Poor Boy Blues, Temptation, Working On a Building, Zambi [1], Sitting on Top of the World[1], Come on Home[1]


Zambi through Come on Home featured Page on keyboards during ARU’s set opening for Phish.

Phish was the opening act on this bill that was headlined by Buckwheat Zydeco. Trey sat in for Juke Joint Johnny. This performance was taped for later airing on the public radio program Mountain Stage.

SET 1: Tezz, Help Yourself, Question Air, Do What You Want, Stop the Revolution, Let's Go Dancing, No Chagrin, Give It Up

SET 2: Spread the Word, Dimension Extension, Tone Clone [1], Sippin Pippa[1], Underground People[1]


The last three songs of the second set featured a guest appearance by all four members of Phish.

SET 1: Underground People, Tone Clone, Question Air, Dimension Extension, Stop the Revolution, Don’t Let it Stop Ya [1]


During Shockra’s set opening for Phish, Fish sat in on vacuum during Don’t Let it Stop Ya.

Ryth McFeud opened for Phish, and Trey sat in for their version of Light Up or Leave Me Alone. The song circulates on many recordings of that evening’s Phish show.

SET 1: Brother John, Mulling It Over, Ivory Tusk, But Anyway, Slow Change, What's For Breakfast, Mother Funker, 100 Years, Alone, Sweet Talking Hippie [1]

ENCORE: Johnny B. Goode


Trey added vocals on Sweet Talking Hippie.

SET 1: Trust in Trust > Dropping Some NYC, Mulling It Over, As We Wonder, Gina, Gotta Get Mean > Gloria > Gotta Get Mean, But Anyway, Hard to Exist, Love of My Life, The Best Part, 100 Years, Alone > Sweet Talking Hippie, Mother Funker [1]

ENCORE: Johnny B. Goode


Trey and Page, in town for Phish’s performance at the University of Wisconsin the following evening, sat in for Mother Funker.

SET 1: Trust in Trust > Sweet Talkin' Hippie, Weird Chick > Mullin' It Over, Gina, Gotta Get Mean > Gloria [1] > Gotta Get Mean, Crystal Flame, But Anyway, Mountain Cry


Phish opened this show. During Blues Traveler’s closing set, Trey sat in on guitar and vocals for Gloria.

SET 1: Rock Me Baby, Mulling It Over, Weird Chick, Out of My Hands > Gina, Optimistic Thought, But Anyway, Slow Change, Mountain Cry, Come Together, Mother Funker

SET 2: The Best Part, Love of My Life, 100 Years, Alone

ENCORE: Gotta Get Mean [1] > Gloria[1] > Gotta Get Mean[1]


Gotta Get Mean and Gloria featured Trey on guitar, Page on keyboards, and Boyd Tinsley on violin.    

No setlist is known for this instance of Mike and Fish playing with the Dangerous Grapes.
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