Light Up Or Leave Me Alone was played at 1% of live Phish shows.
It was last played July 6, 2012, which was 324 shows ago.
There have been 1,843 shows since the live debut.
“Light Up Or Leave Me Alone” has been played approximately once every 99.8 shows.
Since its debut, “Light Up Or Leave Me Alone” has been played, on average, once every 97 shows.
It was played 19 time(s) at the following show(s):
|Date||Venue||Gap||Set||Song Before||Song After||Notes||Comments|
|1986-12-06||The Ranch||52||2||Shaggy Dog >||-> Camel Walk||First known Phish performance.|
|1987-08-09||Nectar's||19||2||Sloth||-> Skin It Back|
|1987-08-21||Ian McLean's Farm||2||1||Curtain With||Shaggy Dog|
|1987-10-31||Sculpture Room, Goddard College||15||1||Halley's >||Love You|
|1988-05-14||Goddard College||38||1||Halley's >||YEM|
|1988-07-25||Nectar's||1||1||Bold As Love||Fluffhead|
|1988-07-29||The Roma||2||3||Rocky Top||Contact|
|1988-08-03||Fly Me to the Moon Saloon||2||2||Suzy >||Fee|
|1999-12-30||Big Cypress||1093||1||Water in the Sky||> Suzy||Unfinished. (Gotta Jibboo tease)|
|2004-08-13||Newport State Airport||ø||1||Jam||Ginseng|
|2010-07-01||Walnut Creek||181||2||Have Mercy||-> Free||Unfinished.|
|2010-08-09||Telluride Town Park||7||1||Ocelot||Summer of '89|
|2010-10-29||Boardwalk Hall||20||1||Sample||Sugar Shack|
|2011-06-14||Verizon Wireless Amphitheatr...||21||1||Gin||> Cavern||Unfinished.|
|2012-06-22||Riverbend Music Center||33||1||Runaway Jim||> Wilson|
|Show Date||Artist||Song (Tease Type)||Venue|
|1999-12-30||Phish||Weekapaug Groove (Tease)||Big Cypress Seminole Indian Reservation, Big Cypress, FL, USA|
|2010-07-01||Phish||Suzy Greenberg (Tease)||Time Warner Cable Music Pavilion at Walnut Creek , Raleigh, NC, USA|
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