Good Times wrote: a club in Dallas.
The Bomb Factory. That was a sick show! I wore those tapes out back in the day. I'm glad I finally stumbled on this section of the forum, I've been seeing Phish since '92 on the Santana tour and they have had a profound impact on me. Phish in the early '90's was like no other band around, tight, creative, adventurous they where great every night. I used to say they where the world's greatest bar band because they played so many covers but they where all good ones, songs you wanted to hear them do. I stopped going around '97, then went to a few Philly aria shows after the hiatus and was bitterly disappointed, then they split after the embarrassment of Coventry. Good, time to hang it up i thought. Now they are back. I live in Boston and rode my bike to the Fenway show, it was absolutely amazing!! Like a class reunion I saw people I hadn't seen in years and the band was ON, hooked up and Trey was back to using the Mesa TS9 Ross combo which i love. True the complex stuff was sloppy ie Bowie (I hope it gets better) but the energy the band had was just fantastic, and I anyway really liked the new tunes (Ocelot, Light ect). Anyway sorry for the ramble and I'll see some of you (I hope) in Morrison.