Phish.Net News Stream http://phish.net/ For Phans, by Phans en-us Copyright 2001-2020, The Mockingbird Foundation Mon, 27 Jan 2020 17:51:38 GMT donotreply@phish.net (Adam Scheinberg) http://smedia.pnet-static.com/avatars/default.png Phish.Net http://phish.net Mystery Jam Monday Part 401 http://phi.sh/b/5e2e7df3 http://phi.sh/b/5e2e7df3 <p>Welcome to the 401st edition of Phish.Net&#39;s Mystery Jam Monday, the final and easiest of January. The winner will receive an<strong> </strong>MP3 download code courtesy of our friends at <a href="http://livephish.com/">LivePhish.com</a> / <a href="http://nugs.net/">Nugs.Net</a>. To win, be the first person to identify the song and date of the mystery clip, selected by MJM Hall of Famer <a href="http://phish.net/user/schvice">@schvice</a>. Each person gets <strong>one</strong> guess to start &ndash; if no one answers correctly in the first 24 hours, I&#39;ll post a hint. After the hint, everyone gets one more guess before Wednesday at <strong>10 <small>AM</small> PT / 1 <small>PM</small> ET</strong>. Good luck<a href="https://phish.in/1988-01-27/ac-dc-bag-possum">!</a></p> <p><iframe frameborder="no" height="166" scrolling="no" src="https://w.soundcloud.com/player/?url=https%3A//api.soundcloud.com/tracks/750132412%3Fsecret_token%3Ds-QJHdM&amp;color=%23ff5500&amp;auto_play=false&amp;hide_related=true&amp;show_comments=false&amp;show_user=false&amp;show_reposts=false&amp;show_teaser=false" width="100%"></iframe></p> Mon, 27 Jan 2020 13:00:00 GMT donotreply@phish.net (@ucpete) Blog Mike Gordon 2020-01-26 http://phi.sh/200126 http://phi.sh/200126 <p><span class='set-label'>Set 1</span>: <a href='http://phish.net/song/whirlwind' class='setlist-song'>Whirlwind</a>, <a href='http://phish.net/song/put-down-the-phone' class='setlist-song'>Put Down The Phone</a>, <a href='http://phish.net/song/my-favorite-mistake' class='setlist-song'>My Favorite Mistake</a>, <a href='http://phish.net/song/meat' class='setlist-song'>Meat</a>, <a href='http://phish.net/song/you-strike-my-main-nerve' class='setlist-song'>You Strike My Main Nerve</a>, <a href='http://phish.net/song/let-go' class='setlist-song'>Let's Go</a>, <a href='http://phish.net/song/go-away' class='setlist-song'>Go Away</a></p><p><span class='set-label'>Set 2</span>: <a href='http://phish.net/song/pendulum' class='setlist-song'>Pendulum</a>, <a href='http://phish.net/song/peel' class='setlist-song'>Peel</a>, <a href='http://phish.net/song/got-to-be-more-careful' class='setlist-song'>Got To Be More Careful</a>, <a href='http://phish.net/song/funky-bitch' class='setlist-song'>Funky Bitch</a>, <a href='http://phish.net/song/marissa' class='setlist-song'>Marissa</a>, <a href='http://phish.net/song/face' class='setlist-song'>Face</a>, <a href='http://phish.net/song/ruby-soho' class='setlist-song'>Ruby Soho</a></p><p><span class='set-label'>Encore</span>: <a href='http://phish.net/song/soulfood-man' class='setlist-song'>Soulfood Man</a> Sun, 26 Jan 2020 00:00:00 GMT donotreply@phish.net (@Phish.net) Setlist Mike Gordon 2020-01-25 http://phi.sh/200125 http://phi.sh/200125 <p><span class='set-label'>Set 1</span>: <a href='http://phish.net/song/i-am-random' class='setlist-song'>I Am Random</a>, <a href='http://phish.net/song/victim' class='setlist-song'>Victim</a>, <a href='http://phish.net/song/acid-man' class='setlist-song'>Acid Man</a> > <a href='http://phish.net/song/stealing-jamaica' class='setlist-song'>Stealing Jamaica</a>, <a href='http://phish.net/song/jones' class='setlist-song'>Jones</a>, <a href='http://phish.net/song/sughn-never-sets' class='setlist-song'>Sughn Never Sets</a> -> <a href='http://phish.net/song/i-am-random' class='setlist-song'>I Am Random</a></p><p><span class='set-label'>Set 2</span>: <a href='http://phish.net/song/angatta' class='setlist-song'>Angatta</a>, <a href='http://phish.net/song/borrowing-rain' class='setlist-song'>Borrowing Rain</a>, <a href='http://phish.net/song/trapezoidal-sunshine' class='setlist-song'>Trapezoidal Sunshine</a>, <a href='http://phish.net/song/are-you-a-hypnotist' class='setlist-song'>Are You a Hypnotist??</a>, <a href='http://phish.net/song/the-grid' class='setlist-song'>The Grid</a>, <a href='http://phish.net/song/steps' class='setlist-song'>Steps</a>, <a href='http://phish.net/song/tropical-rocket' class='setlist-song'>Tropical Rocket</a></p><p><span class='set-label'>Encore</span>: <a href='http://phish.net/song/destiny-unbound' class='setlist-song'>Destiny Unbound</a> Sat, 25 Jan 2020 00:00:00 GMT donotreply@phish.net (@Phish.net) Setlist Trey Anastasio Band 2020-01-24 http://phi.sh/200124 http://phi.sh/200124 <p><span class='set-label'>Set 1</span>: <a href='http://phish.net/song/everythings-right' class='setlist-song'>Everything's Right</a>, <a href='http://phish.net/song/mozambique' class='setlist-song'>Mozambique</a>, <a href='http://phish.net/song/sometime-after-sunset' class='setlist-song'>Sometime After Sunset</a>, <a href='http://phish.net/song/camel-walk' class='setlist-song'>Camel Walk</a>, <a href='http://phish.net/song/love-is-what-we-are' class='setlist-song'>Love Is What We Are</a>, <a href='http://phish.net/song/gotta-jibboo' class='setlist-song'>Gotta Jibboo</a>, <a href='http://phish.net/song/magilla' class='setlist-song'>Magilla</a>, <a href='http://phish.net/song/alive-again' class='setlist-song'>Alive Again</a>, <a href='http://phish.net/song/set-your-soul-free' class='setlist-song'>Set Your Soul Free</a>, <a href='http://phish.net/song/first-tube' class='setlist-song'>First Tube</a></p><p><span class='set-label'>Set 2</span>: <a href='http://phish.net/song/money-love-and-change' class='setlist-song'>Money, Love and Change</a>, <a href='http://phish.net/song/cayman-review' class='setlist-song'>Cayman Review</a>, <a href='http://phish.net/song/undermind' class='setlist-song'>Undermind</a>, <a href='http://phish.net/song/alaska' class='setlist-song'>Alaska</a>, <a href='http://phish.net/song/valentine' class='setlist-song'>Valentine</a>, <a href='http://phish.net/song/friend' class='setlist-song'>Friend</a>, <a href='http://phish.net/song/blaze-on' class='setlist-song'>Blaze On</a>, <a href='http://phish.net/song/somewhere-over-the-rainbow' class='setlist-song'>Somewhere Over the Rainbow</a><sup title="a cappella.">[1]</sup>, <a href='http://phish.net/song/clint-eastwood' class='setlist-song'>Clint Eastwood</a>, <a href='http://phish.net/song/burlap-sack-and-pumps' class='setlist-song'>Burlap Sack and Pumps</a>, <a href='http://phish.net/song/risecome-together' class='setlist-song'>Rise/Come Together</a></p><p><span class='set-label'>Encore</span>: <a href='http://phish.net/song/the-parting-glass' class='setlist-song'>The Parting Glass</a>, <a href='http://phish.net/song/a-life-beyond-the-dream' class='setlist-song'>A Life Beyond The Dream</a><p class='setlist-footer'>[1] a cappella.<br></p> Fri, 24 Jan 2020 00:00:00 GMT donotreply@phish.net (@Phish.net) Setlist Summer Tour 2020 Announced http://phish.net/news/1579823570 http://phish.net/news/1579823570 <p>PHISH will perform <a href="https://phish.com/news/summer-tour-2020-announced/">a 27-date summer tour, beginning with two dates in Eugene</a>, Oregon (July 14-15), and then three <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Gorge_Amphitheatre">Gorge </a>shows (July 17-18-19), to the great relief of northwestern fans starving for local&nbsp;shows. The tour then proceeds through Lake Tahoe (July 21-22), LA (Inglewood&#39;s Forum (July 24)), and San Francisco (two Chase Center shows (July 25-26)), before swinging through the South (with stops in Arkansas, Alabama, Georgia, and Tennessee (July 29 - Aug. 5)) and midwest (three Deer Creek dates (Aug. 7-8-9)) and then&nbsp;--surprise--&nbsp;the east coast (two Hershey (Aug. 11-12) and three AC&nbsp;shows (Aug. 14-15-16)), before concluding with three Dick&#39;s shows (Sep. 4-5-6). The <a href="https://phish.shop.ticketstoday.com/LandingPage.aspx">Phish Tickets By Mail ticket request presale period has begun for all shows</a>, and closes Monday Feb. 3, 2020, at noon e.t.</p> Thu, 23 Jan 2020 18:52:50 GMT donotreply@phish.net (@Icculus) News SYNCHRONICITY http://phi.sh/b/5e23550a http://phi.sh/b/5e23550a <p><em>[We would like to thank Kylie, user <a data-saferedirecturl="https://www.google.com/url?q=https://phish.net/user/kyphi&amp;source=gmail&amp;ust=1579250853390000&amp;usg=AFQjCNGeH1J3wZaRzg1GHg1Vq-YG_amd8w" href="https://phish.net/user/kyphi" target="_blank">@kyphi</a>, for this guest blog post. Kylie has a photojournalism project on Instagram (<a data-saferedirecturl="https://www.google.com/url?q=https://instagram.com/thehumansofphish&amp;source=gmail&amp;ust=1579250853390000&amp;usg=AFQjCNFbRCjXZzfKkpqjduLI2_J-Q2j9lg" href="https://instagram.com/thehumansofphish" target="_blank">The Humans of Phish</a>) that you may wish to check out. -Ed.]</em></p> <p>Synchronicity is when no observable cause connects two events, yet a meaning exists between them. In other words, these are your cases of real-life magic. They&rsquo;re the moments that likely won&rsquo;t rearrange the course of your life, but remind you that the cosmos are capable of playing little tricks to help you remember the mundane, in fact, does not always have to be so mundane.</p> <p><figure><img alt="&copy; 2017 AZN Media (Andrea Nusinov) (2017-07-22 MSG)" src="http://smedia.pnet-static.com/img/AZN BD July 22 2017.jpg" /><figcaption>&copy; 2017 AZN Media (Andrea Nusinov) (2017-07-22 MSG)</figcaption></figure></p> Sat, 18 Jan 2020 13:58:00 GMT donotreply@phish.net (@phishnet) Blog Mystery Jam Monday Part 400! http://phi.sh/b/5e1c2079 http://phi.sh/b/5e1c2079 <p><a href="http://mbird.org">The Mockingbird Foundation</a> and our friends at <a href="https://www.osirispod.com/">Osiris</a> present Mystery Jam Monday Part 400! For this momentous occassion - the 400th regular edition of the Mystery Jam Monday series, and the first puzzle of the decade - we&#39;ve got the puzzles and prizes to match. Let&#39;s get down to the nitty gritty:</p> <p><strong>The Contest</strong><br /> 1. be the first (or second, or third) person to <strong>email</strong> the correct songs and dates of the <strong>four</strong> mystery jams below to <a href="mailto:mjm@phish.net?subject=MJM400%20submission&amp;body=1.%20%0A2.%20%0A3.%20%0A4.%20">this email address</a><br /> 2. each jam is connected to the next by a theme; you don&#39;t need to identify the themes to win, and the themes only connect consecutive jams (not all four)<br /> 3. every 72 hours or so, I&#39;ll provide another hint until it&#39;s been solved - <strong>THERE IS NO NEED FOR ANYONE ELSE TO PROVIDE HINTS, PLEASE</strong> (that means you, <em>writes one of the answers on the blog</em> bro)<br /> 4. <strong>EVERYONE</strong>, including MJM Hall of Famers, is welcome to participate in this MJM contest</p> <p><strong>The Prizes</strong><br /> 1. first place will have first choice of one of the three prizes; second place will have second choice, and third place will win the remaining prize<br /> 2. the three prize options are:<br /> a. one brand new copy of the limited edition <em>Billy Breathes </em>vinyl (<a href="https://recordstoreday.com/SpecialRelease/10054">RSD release 2018</a>), courtesy of your host and the Mockingbird Foundation, autographed by Phish lyricist Tom Marshall (thanks <a href="http://osirispod.com">Osiris</a>!)<br /> b. two screen printed posters (both the <a href="https://www.expressobeans.com/public/detail.php/231830">blue/red</a> and the <a href="https://www.expressobeans.com/public/detail.php/231831">orange/blue</a>) by Drew Millward for the 2016 New Year&#39;s Eve run at Madison Square Garden, courtesy of fellow MJM Hall of Famer, <a href="http://phish.net/user/wforwumbo">@wforwumbo</a>, and the Mockingbird Foundation<br /> c. one <a href="http://orisispod.com">Osiris</a> <a href="https://i.imgur.com/od7dcDE.jpg">limited edition poster</a> autographed by its cofounders, Tom Marshall and RJ Bee, courtesy of our friends at <a href="http://osirispod.com">Osiris</a><br /> 3. all three winners will receive a LivePhish MP3 download code as well, courtesy of our friends at <a href="http://nugs.net">Nugs.net</a> / <a href="http://livephish.com">LivePhish.com</a></p> Mon, 13 Jan 2020 13:00:00 GMT donotreply@phish.net (@ucpete) Blog Kaczorowski Auction for Mockingbird http://phish.net/news/1578183623 http://phish.net/news/1578183623 <p>We&#39;re bumping this news, because you may have missed it over the holidays: Less than five days left in an auction, benefitting the <a href="http://www.mbird.org">Mockingbird Foundation</a>, of three gorgeous prints graciously donated by Jason Kaczorowski - one of Fishman during the Festival 8 &quot;musical costume&quot;, and two of Page at UIC 8/15/11.</p> <p><iframe allow="encrypted-media" allowtransparency="true" frameborder="0" height="793" scrolling="no" src="https://www.facebook.com/plugins/post.php?href=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2FJasonKaczorowski%2Fposts%2F10218686947818605&amp;width=500" style="border:none;overflow:hidden" width="500"></iframe></p> Fri, 03 Jan 2020 19:20:23 GMT donotreply@phish.net (@Lemuria) News MSG4 NYE Recap: The Curse of Zamfir http://phi.sh/b/5e0d04bb http://phi.sh/b/5e0d04bb <p><em>[We would like to thank Cotter, the youngest fan ever to recap a show for this blog, for recapping last night&#39;s NYE show. (<a href="https://phish.net/blog/1561422402/mpp2-recap-crosseyed-and-not-so-painless.html">Note that he also recapped MPP2 in June 2019 for us</a>.) Happy New Year&#39;s everyone! -Ed.]</em></p> <p>Last night was the single most memorable night of my life. The tangible excitement surrounding the holy grail of all Phish shows was contagious as it spread from me, to my mom, my dad, and even my twelve-year-old brother, who&rsquo;s first show was a <em>three set show!</em></p> <p><figure><img alt="&copy; 2019 Phish (Jake Silco)" src="http://smedia.pnet-static.com/img/2019-12-31 gag stage shot (Jake Silco).jpg" /><figcaption>&copy; 2019 Phish (Jake Silco)</figcaption></figure></p> Wed, 01 Jan 2020 16:47:00 GMT donotreply@phish.net (@phishnet) Blog MSG 3 Recap - WOW http://phi.sh/b/5e0b9c76 http://phi.sh/b/5e0b9c76 <p><em>[Phish.net would like to thank <a href="http://www.jeremywillinger.com">Jeremy Willinger</a> for recapping last night&#39;s show -ed]</em></p> <p>I bought a brand new mini-notebook yesterday afternoon to record my impressions while jamming at MSG. At around 11:30PM last night I crammed a wrinkled, bent, stained, stack of paper that resembled a notebook back into my pocket. On the pages were various scribbles, time stamps, and ruminations that started off very legible and devolved into an alphabet soup of observances and compliments around the beginning of the second set, for some cold, cold, cold reason...</p> <p style="line-height:1.38"> </p> <p>Let&rsquo;s just get the overall review out of the way: This show was absolutely epic! It is a must listen - especially the second set - but the first set has gems, pleasers, and stunning musicianship all its own. Truly, 12/30/19 will be talked about in the pantheon of shows for the ages and reinforces why Phans will do whatever we can, and endure or inure any and all unforeseen circumstances to see this foursome again and again. Now, onto the show.</p> <p><figure><img alt="Photo &copy; Phish 2019 - Rene Huemer" src="https://pbs.twimg.com/media/ENFE8wvUwAMNdJR.jpg" /><figcaption>Photo &copy; Phish 2019 - Rene Huemer</figcaption></figure></p> Tue, 31 Dec 2019 14:07:34 GMT donotreply@phish.net (@phishnet) Blog Phish Fans Fund in NYC, Again! http://phish.net/news/1577592788 http://phish.net/news/1577592788 <p><img align="right" alt="Image" border="0" src="http://mbird.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/The-Mockingbird-Foundation.png" width="40%" />The all-volunteer, fan-run <a href="http://www.mbird.org">Mockingbird Foundation</a> is once again celebrating Phish tour by making unsolicited Tour Grants supporting a music program near each of the venues at which the band will perform. This special series of Tour Grants includes separate, unsolicited $1000 grants to four different programs in and around New York City, where Phish began its annual four-show New Year&#39;s Eve run on December 28.</p> <p><strong>In honor of Phish&#39;s upcoming show at Madison Square Garden, December <a href="http://phi.sh/191231">31st</a>, The Mockingbird Foundation is sending a check for $1000 to support music education through the <a href="http://www.cityschoolofthearts.org/create">City School of the Arts Music Program</a> in New York, NY. City School of the Arts partners with under-resourced schools to provide music as a core subject for all children, and utilizes music education as a catalyst to improve academic achievement, motivation for school, and self-confidence.</strong></p> <p>This is Mockingbird&#39;s 47th grant in New York and 425th&nbsp;grant overall. The Foundation has now disbursed $172,500 in <a href="http://mbird.org/tag/tour-grants">Tour Grants</a>, 12% of its more than $1.4M in grants covering&nbsp;<a href="http://mbird.org/grants/recipients/">all 50 states</a>. Watch for news posts here at Phish.net&nbsp;or press releases on mbird.org for news about other grants. And please consider making a <a href="http://mbird.org/donations">contribution</a>, to help us give back to the communities we&#39;ve touched.</p> Tue, 31 Dec 2019 08:00:00 GMT donotreply@phish.net (@Lemuria) News MSG2 Recap: Feeling Good about YEMSG http://phi.sh/b/5e0a81d5 http://phi.sh/b/5e0a81d5 <p><em>[We&#39;d like to thank Mockingbird&#39;s own David Beckwith, <a href="http://phish.net/user/Slewfoot">@Slewfoot</a> (IG: <a href="http://instagram.com/davidgbeckwith">@davidgbeckwith</a></em><em>), for writing last night&#39;s recap. - ed.]</em></p> <p>There are some dates that can quickly send a shiver down the spine of a Phish fan. For many, 12/29 is one of those dates. The amount of tremendous music that has been created on this night throughout the years is somewhat staggering, perhaps equaled or surpassed only by the following night. 12/29 is also a very personal date as it was on that night in 2013 that I got back into Phish after thirteen years. On a whim, I decided to watch the webcast. I was blown away by what I saw after being out of the game for so long. These guys were having FUN and it showed &ndash; no turning back from there!</p> <p>So what would last night&rsquo;s show bring? Would it yield one of the longest, zaniest jams ever like on <a href="http://phish.net/setlists/phish-december-29-1994-providence-civic-center-providence-ri-usa.html" style="text-decoration:none">12/29/94</a>? Would it contain some classic, joyful funk like on <a href="http://phish.net/setlists/phish-december-29-1997-madison-square-garden-new-york-ny-usa.html" style="text-decoration:none">12/29/97</a>? Would it be an underrated hidden gem like <a href="http://phish.net/setlists/phish-december-29-2016-madison-square-garden-new-york-ny-usa.html" style="text-decoration:none">12/29/16</a>? Or would it be an absolute scorcher like <a href="http://phish.net/setlists/phish-december-29-2018-madison-square-garden-new-york-ny-usa.html" style="text-decoration:none">12/29/18</a>? As we should have known, it was none of those things. Because 12/29/19 was its own show, its own element, just like the nights before and after it&hellip;and that&rsquo;s part of the beauty of it all.</p> <p>After fortifying ourselves with delicious pizza and wine nearby, we headed over to the <a href="https://www.msg.com/madison-square-garden" style="text-decoration:none">venue</a>. The vibe inside was all smiles and buzzed with excitement. We found some friends right in front of the soundboard and got ready. People around us were being very gracious and courteous which added to the feeling in the air.</p> <p><figure><img alt="Photo by <a href='http://instagram.com/davidgbeckwith'>David Beckwith</a>, used with permission" src="https://i.imgur.com/s82XA76.jpg" /><figcaption>Photo by <a href='http://instagram.com/davidgbeckwith'>David Beckwith</a>, used with permission</figcaption></figure></p> Mon, 30 Dec 2019 18:00:00 GMT donotreply@phish.net (@phishnet) Blog Phish Fans Fund More NYC Music http://phish.net/news/1577592673 http://phish.net/news/1577592673 <p><img align="right" alt="Image" border="0" src="http://mbird.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/The-Mockingbird-Foundation.png" width="40%" />The all-volunteer, fan-run <a href="http://www.mbird.org">Mockingbird Foundation</a> is once again celebrating Phish tour by making unsolicited Tour Grants supporting a music program near each of the venues at which the band will perform. This special series of Tour Grants includes separate, unsolicited $1000 grants to four different programs in and around New York City, where Phish began its&nbsp;annual four-show New Year&#39;s Eve run on December 28.</p> <p><strong>In honor of Phish&#39;s upcoming show at Madison Square Garden, December <a href="http://phi.sh/191230">30th</a>, The Mockingbird Foundation is sending a check for $1000 to support music education through the <a href="http://harmonyprogram.org">Harmony Program</a> in New York, NY. This is a nonprofit organization that brings intensive after-school music programs to communities with limited access to instrumental music education.</strong></p> <p>This is Mockingbird&#39;s 46th grant in New York and 424th&nbsp;grant overall. The Foundation has now disbursed $171,500 in <a href="http://mbird.org/tag/tour-grants">Tour Grants</a>, 11% of its more than $1.4M in grants covering&nbsp;<a href="http://mbird.org/grants/recipients/">all 50 states</a>. Watch for news posts here at Phish.net, or the evolving <a href="http://mbird.org/2019/12/winter-tour-grants-announced/">press release</a> at mbird.org, for news on other &quot;miracle&quot; tour grants this run. And please consider making a <a href="http://mbird.org/donations">contribution</a>, to help us give back to the communities we&#39;ve touched.</p> <p>(By the way, we&#39;ve often invited venues to match Tour Grants, but have yet to be&nbsp;successful at that. So, if you have a contact at MSG corporate,&nbsp;please talk up Mockingbird and/or these grantees, and/or send target contact info to ellis@mbird.org.)</p> Mon, 30 Dec 2019 08:00:00 GMT donotreply@phish.net (@Lemuria) News MSG 1 Recap - A Promising Start to YEMSG 2019 http://phi.sh/b/5e08db98 http://phi.sh/b/5e08db98 <p><em>[Recap is courtesy of user <a href="https://phish.net/user/bobbker">@bobbker</a>, Bob Ker, (<a href="https://twitter.com/Phish1999at2019">@Phish1999at2019 on Twitter</a>). Please remember that recaps are written by VOLUNTEER FANS. Their views are entirely their own and are not necessarily shared by anyone who volunteers to work on Phish.net. There is no such thing as an &quot;official&quot; dot net recap of a show. -Ed.]</em></p> <p><br /> The little-loved sibling of the annual New Year&rsquo;s run, Phish&rsquo;s concerts on December 28 have historically offered sporadic highlights but rarely, if ever, have produced a classic. More often than not, the band uses the night to limber up after a dormant period, eschewing strong setlist construction in favor of running through songs seemingly intended to get their muscle memory going. The enthusiasm of the audience and energy in the room makes it a worthy date on the Phish calendar, but in the opening night of the New Year&rsquo;s run, the crowd traditionally writes a check that the band puts a 24-hour hold on.</p> <p><figure><img alt="&copy; Phish 2019 - Jake Silco" src="https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EM68oDgUUAEVvFl.jpg" /><figcaption>&copy; Phish 2019 - Jake Silco</figcaption></figure></p> Sun, 29 Dec 2019 12:00:08 GMT donotreply@phish.net (@phishnet) Blog Phish Fans Fund Great Neck Music http://phish.net/news/1577592488 http://phish.net/news/1577592488 <p><img align="right" alt="Image" border="0" src="http://mbird.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/The-Mockingbird-Foundation.png" width="40%" />The all-volunteer, fan-run <a href="http://www.mbird.org">Mockingbird Foundation</a> is once again celebrating Phish tour by making unsolicited Tour Grants supporting a music program near each of the venues at which the band will perform. This special series of Tour Grants includes separate, unsolicited $1000 grants to four different programs in and around New York City, where Phish began its annual four-show New Year&#39;s Eve run on December 28.</p> <p><strong>In honor of Phish&#39;s upcoming show at Madison Square Garden, December <a href="http://phi.sh/191229">29th</a>, The Mockingbird Foundation is sending a check for $1000 to support music education through the <a href="http://greatnecksouth.weebly.com/performing-arts.html">William A. Shine - Great Neck South High School Performing Arts Department</a> in Great Neck, NY. This high school on Long Island, bordering Queens, has an <a href="https://greatnecksouthhighmusic.weebly.com/">outstanding performing arts department</a>.</strong></p> <p>This is Mockingbird&#39;s 45th grant in New York and 423rd&nbsp;grant overall. The Foundation has now disbursed $170,500 in <a href="http://mbird.org/tag/tour-grants">Tour Grants</a>, 11% of its more than $1.4M in grants covering&nbsp;<a href="http://mbird.org/grants/recipients/">all 50 states</a>. Watch for news posts here at Phish.net, or the evolving <a href="http://mbird.org/2019/12/winter-tour-grants-announced/">press release</a> at mbird.org, for news on other &quot;miracle&quot; tour grants this run. And please consider making a <a href="http://mbird.org/donations">contribution</a>, to help us give back to the communities we&#39;ve touched.</p> <p>(By the way, we&#39;ve often invited venues to match Tour Grants, but have yet to be&nbsp;successful at that. So, if you have a contact at MSG corporate,&nbsp;please talk up Mockingbird and/or these grantees, and/or send target contact info to ellis@mbird.org.)</p> Sun, 29 Dec 2019 08:00:00 GMT donotreply@phish.net (@Lemuria) News Phish Fans Fund NYC Music http://phish.net/news/1577479536 http://phish.net/news/1577479536 <p><img align="right" alt="Image" border="0" src="http://mbird.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/The-Mockingbird-Foundation.png" width="40%" />The all-volunteer, fan-run <a href="http://www.mbird.org">Mockingbird Foundation</a> is once again celebrating Phish tour by making unsolicited Tour Grants supporting a music program near each of the venues at which the band will perform. This special series of Tour Grants includes separate, unsolicited $1000 grants to four different programs in and around New York City, where Phish is about to begin its annual four-show New Year&#39;s Eve run.</p> <p><strong>In honor of Phish&#39;s upcoming show at Madison Square Garden on&nbsp;December <a href="http://phi.sh/191228">28th</a>, The Mockingbird Foundation is sending a check for $1000 to <a href="https://etmonline.org">Education Through Music</a>, on 42nd Street in New York City. ETM partners with under-resourced schools to provide music as a core subject for all children, and utilizes music education as a catalyst to improve academic achievement, motivation for school, and self-confidence. They make music education a reality for thousands of children who would otherwise have little or no exposure to the arts by forming long-term partnerships with elementary, middle, and PreK&ndash;8 schools that are located in historically low-income communities and lack sufficient resources for school-wide music education. ETM hires, trains, and provides ongoing support for music teachers, and provides weekly general music classes, choirs, band and orchestra ensembles, music tech, and other enrichment. They started in one school, and are now in 70, serving some 36,000 students!</strong></p> <p>This is Mockingbird&#39;s&nbsp;422nd&nbsp;grant overall. The Foundation has now disbursed $169,500 in <a href="http://mbird.org/tag/tour-grants">Tour Grants</a>, 11% of its more than $1.4M in grants covering&nbsp;<a href="http://mbird.org/grants/recipients/">all 50 states</a>. Watch for news posts here at Phish.net, or the evolving <a href="http://mbird.org/2019/12/winter-tour-grants-announced/">press release</a> at mbird.org, for news on other &quot;miracle&quot; tour grants this run. And please consider making a <a href="http://mbird.org/donations">contribution</a>, to help us give back to the communities we&#39;ve touched.</p> <p>(By the way, we&#39;ve often invited venues to match Tour Grants, but have yet to be&nbsp;successful at that. So, if you have a contact at MSG corporate,&nbsp;please talk up Mockingbird and/or these grantees, and/or send target contact info to ellis@mbird.org.)</p> Sat, 28 Dec 2019 11:12:13 GMT donotreply@phish.net (@Lemuria) News Surrender to the Flow #67, NYE Run 2019-2020 Now Available http://phi.sh/b/5e065174 http://phi.sh/b/5e065174 <p>To read the NYE Run&#39;s &quot;Surrender to the Flow,&quot; <a href="https://drive.google.com/file/d/1gBfYJdgBrYhNhI-XABpdtiLRzWlzy2Sr/view">simply click here</a>.</p> Sat, 28 Dec 2019 01:00:00 GMT donotreply@phish.net (@phishnet) Blog Surrender to the Flow Yoga Dec. 30 at Hotel Penn http://phi.sh/b/5e011886 http://phi.sh/b/5e011886 <p>There will be yoga classes from 10am to 2:45pm on December 30 at the Hotel Penn (100% of the proceeds will benefit <a href="http://www.mbird.org">Mockingbird</a> and Living Yoga). To get tickets and for more information, <a href="https://linktr.ee/phishyoga">visit this page</a>. And of course don&#39;t miss the PhanArt show also at Hotel Penn (18th floor) from noon to five on December 30.</p> <p><img src="http://smedia.pnet-static.com/img/2019-12-30 phishyoga at hotel penn ad.jpg" style="width: 464px; height: 600px;" /></p> Mon, 23 Dec 2019 14:41:58 GMT donotreply@phish.net (@phishnet) Blog After Midnight Episode 5: Aftermath http://phi.sh/b/5dfcceba http://phi.sh/b/5dfcceba <p><img src="http://smedia.pnet-static.com/img/AE4C9A2A-CADB-49E7-8874-479910641A2D.jpg" style="width: 400px; height: 267px;" /></p> <p>On the final episode of After Midnight, host Jesse Jarnow dives into the following questions: What was it like for the band to walk off stage after playing for 7 hours? Would fans go back to a world destroyed by Y2K? What was next for Phish after this monumental achievement? How did Big Cypress influence festivals and the music industry?</p> Fri, 20 Dec 2019 08:38:02 GMT donotreply@phish.net (@phishnet) Blog Phish Fans Fund Carolina Music http://phish.net/news/1575186453 http://phish.net/news/1575186453 <p>The all-volunteer, fan-run&nbsp;<a href="http://www.mbird.org/">Mockingbird Foundation</a>&nbsp;is once again celebrating Phish tour by making unsolicited Tour Grants supporting a music program near each of the venues at which the band will perform. This series of Tour Grants covers all of the locations Phish will play during the band&#39;s 2019 Fall Tour.</p> <p><strong>In honor of Phish&#39;s ongoing shows at North Charleston Coliseum, December <a href="http://phi.sh/191206">6th</a>, <a href="http://phi.sh/191207">7th</a>, and <a href="http://phi.sh/191208">8th</a>, the Mockingbird Foundation is sending a check for $1500 to support music education through the Wando&nbsp;High School Band Boosters in nearby Mount Pleasant, SC.</strong></p> <p>This is Mockingbird&#39;s <a href="http://mbird.org/grants/recipients/#PA">4th grant in South Carolina</a>&nbsp;and 421st&nbsp;grant overall. The Foundation has now disbursed $168,500 in&nbsp;<a href="http://mbird.org/tag/tour-grants">Tour Grants</a>, 11% of its more than $1.4M in grants covering&nbsp;<a href="http://mbird.org/grants/recipients/">all 50 states</a>. Watch for news posts here at Phish.net, or the evolving&nbsp;<a href="http://mbird.org/2019/11/fall-tour-grants/">press release</a>&nbsp;at the Foundation&#39;s website, for news on other &quot;miracle&quot; tour grants this fall. And please consider making a&nbsp;<a href="http://mbird.org/donations">contribution</a>, to help us give back to the communities we&#39;ve touched.</p> Sat, 07 Dec 2019 10:32:03 GMT donotreply@phish.net (@Lemuria) News