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How 92 Phish fans communicated with the band to play a rare fan favorite song

How 92 Phish fans communicated with the band to play a rare fan favorite song

This poster commemorates a joint performance given by two of the most important bands of the San Francisco counterculture of the '60's: Big Brother and the Holding Company and The Grateful Dead. $7.00

This poster commemorates a joint performance given by two of the most important bands of the San Francisco counterculture of the '60's: Big Brother and the Holding Company and The Grateful Dead. $7.00

Phil Lesh and Friends with Trey and Page of Phish 04-15-1999 Partial  http://deadvids.com  Shakedown Street / Wheel / Not Fade Away   Phil Lesh (bass)  Steve Kimock (guitar)  John Molo (drums)  Trey Anastasio (guitar)  Page McConnell (keyboards)

Phil Lesh and Friends with Trey and Page of Phish 04-15-1999 Partial http://deadvids.com Shakedown Street / Wheel / Not Fade Away Phil Lesh (bass) Steve Kimock (guitar) John Molo (drums) Trey Anastasio (guitar) Page McConnell (keyboards)

"Heavy Things," by Phish, chosen by Kellen Beaver http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o8G5eGicdaI=PLcCAvCF9tFsLU6CG3IKDOnGsk3lhtukTr

"Heavy Things," by Phish, chosen by Kellen Beaver http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o8G5eGicdaI=PLcCAvCF9tFsLU6CG3IKDOnGsk3lhtukTr

“But, y’know, I dug it man,” said Jerry Garcia the next night, “I can get behind falling to pieces before an audience sometimes. We’re not performers; we are who we are for those moments we’re before the public, and that’s not always at the peak.”…    “Sure, I’ll fuck up for an audience,” said Mickey from behind his sardonic beard, bowing. “My pleasure, we’ll take you as low and mean as you want to go.” ~from rolling stone 23 aug 1969

“But, y’know, I dug it man,” said Jerry Garcia the next night, “I can get behind falling to pieces before an audience sometimes. We’re not performers; we are who we are for those moments we’re before the public, and that’s not always at the peak.”… “Sure, I’ll fuck up for an audience,” said Mickey from behind his sardonic beard, bowing. “My pleasure, we’ll take you as low and mean as you want to go.” ~from rolling stone 23 aug 1969

Relix - Blogs - Doctor's Orders (questions and answers) - What Is Your Favorite Grateful Dead Show or Side Project Performance Between 1974-1983?

Relix - Blogs - Doctor's Orders (questions and answers) - What Is Your Favorite Grateful Dead Show or Side Project Performance Between 1974-1983?

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