All you need to know about this show is that Phish delivered a second set for the ages. The opening trio “Chalk Dust Torture > Light > Tweezer” clocked in at about 46 minutes. From all accounts, it sounded even better than it looks on paper. I
Tweedy has shared another new tracking from their forthcoming debut album Sukierae. “Wait for Love” features Scott McCaughey (The Minus Five, The Baseball Project) on piano and Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig (Lucius) on backing vocals.
I couldn’t be more excited for the upcoming Northerly Island run as it’s the only Phish I will see this summer. For those that aren’t able to make it to Chicago, Phish will webcast the three night run via LivePhish.com. The webcast is available for pre-order in
Kevin Morby, former singer/guitarist for The Babies and bassist for Real Estate will launch a late summer solo tour on August 1 at The Fillmore opening for his old bandmates in Real Estate. A native of Kansas City, Morby now calls Los Angeles home. The singer songwriter
Neil Young & Crazy Horse have canceled a concert that was scheduled for July 17 at Tel Aviv’s Hayarkon Park due to security reasons. “I will be making donations to both the Louise Tillie Alpert Youth Music Centre of Israel, and Heartbeat”, said Mr. Young, “two organizations that teach
Phish returned to Randall’s Island last night for the second of three shows and our favorite band from Vermont delivered another second set full of some crunchy jams. Let’s take a look at the setlist as well as coverage from throughout the Phish online community.