Army of One was played at 1.22% of live Phish shows.
It was last played August 7, 2021, which was 15 shows ago.
There have been 509 shows since the live debut.
“Army of One” has been played approximately once every 81.9 shows.
Since its debut, “Army of One” has been played, on average, once every 22.1 shows.
It was played 23 time(s) at the following show(s):
|Date||Venue||Gap||Set||Song Before||Song After||Notes||Comments|
|2003-07-12||The Gorge||1374||1||Mock Song||Maze||Phish debut.|
|2003-08-03||Loring Commerce Centre||15||1||PYITE||> CDT|
|2004-06-23||Verizon Wireless Music Center||16||1||Pebbles and Marbles||SOAMelt|
|2009-03-08||Hampton Coliseum||11||1||She Thinks I Still Care||Tube|
|2009-11-01||Empire Polo Club||21||1||Curtain With||Sleep Again||Acoustic.|
|2010-06-25||Susquehanna Bank Center||27||1||Runaway Jim||Free Man in Paris|
|2010-08-07||William Randolph Hearst Gree...||9||1||Sleep Again||> Poor Heart|
|2011-06-15||Verizon Wireless Amphitheatr...||42||1||Runaway Jim||Roses|
|2013-07-05||SPAC||4||1||Nellie Kane||> My Friend|
|2013-07-16||Verizon Wireless Amphitheatr...||6||1||Gin||Rift|
|2013-07-22||Molson Canadian Amphitheatre||4||1||Undermind||Halley's|
|2013-08-04||Bill Graham Civic Auditorium||6||1||Ya Mar||Taste|
|2013-10-18||Hampton Coliseum||4||1||CDT||Nellie Kane|
|2016-01-17||Barceló Maya Beach||10||1||Landlady||KDF|
|2016-10-30||MGM Grand||28||1||CDT||Heavy Things|
|2017-08-01||MSG||21||1||Daniel Saw the Stone||Wedge|
|2018-10-16||Times Union Center||32||1||Free||Halley's|
|2019-06-26||Darling's Waterfront Pavilion||30||1||Plasma||Alaska|
|2021-08-07||Ruoff Music Center||38||1||BOTT||Bouncin'|
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