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Phish kicked off their Fall 2018 Tour last night in Albany, New York and delivered a killer first show to start the run. We've got the full setlist and some tweets and videos post here in case you haven't seen the notes yet, but everyone was talking about that "Tube" and no one really expected to say that the...
Phish played their first of three nights in Atlanta, Georgia at the Verizon Amphitheatre in Alpharetta, and by all accounts from fans in attendance to fans on the couch, we've easily got a Top Show of the Year contender in what the band laid down. That Ghost! That Carini! Our friend Jake Silco was in the pit shooting the show...
Phil Lesh has kept super busy this summer with his Terrapin Family Band, and he recently brought the family to CMAC up in Canandaigua, New York for a fun show that our friend Jake Silco photographed for us. Scroll down to check out his gallery from the show... --Editor PHOTO GALLERY: Phil Lesh and the Terrapin Family Band @ CMAC, Canandaigua...
Dave Matthews Band is in the middle of a huge summer 2018 tour promoting their new album, Come Tomorrow. Earlier this week he played the Darien Lakes Performing Arts Center in Upstate New York and our friend Jake Silco was there to capture the show in photos. Scroll down for his full gallery from the show. --Editor
Dead and Company rolled through Upstate New York last night to play the Darien Lake Amphitheater, and our friend Jake Silco was on hand to capture this gallery from the show... We've been following along with the band all tour and last night's show was no exception; check out the setlist of the show here. As for the photos, scroll down...
Phish played their thirteenth and final night of The Baker's Dozen run delivering on the theme of GLAZED, sorta a nod to how everyone was probably feeling on the final night. propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('livemusicblog_main_1'); }); This band really kept up the intensity, though, delivering perhaps one of the standout moments from the run with a...
Phish played their fifth night of The Baker's Dozen run delivering on the theme of "powdered", which really stretched itself to show why the band could open with a Fleet Foxes cover (sung acapella). For those that didn't know until they played it, the song was "White Winter Hymnal"... powder... get it?! And yet we didn't get any more...
Phish played a loosely based "coconut-themed" show for the first night of The Baker's Dozen run, which is getting fans excitedly guessing about what other donut and song combinations we'll see during the remainder of the run of shows. The fans were given coconut donuts as they walked into the venue. Our friend Jake Silco was on hand to shoot...
Tool is in the midst of a spring tour and teasing fans with new hopes of new music due out soon (with still nothing confirmed or scheduled for release, much to our chagrin). Our friend Jake Silco caught the show in Rochester, New York earlier this week and brought back this gallery from the show. Check it out below......
Trey Anastasio Band has been tearing things up on their current tour supporting Paper Wheels. Lots of new covers and lots of reports of Trey playing better than ever -- always great to see! Our friend Jake Silco caught the show earlier this week at Danforth Music Hall in Toronto and brought back this gallery below... --Editor ...
Umphrey's McGee recently rolled through upstate New York and had to play a set of shows sans lead ripper Jake Cinninger. They made due by bringing Joshua Redman out and playing their hearts out, and our friend Jake Silco was there to get shots from the show. Check out his full gallery below... --Editor Set 1: Domino Theory, Loose Ends...
It’s Saturday night in the State Capitol and we’re going to space, man! No, not quite, but surely a thought that cross ones mind upon first glance at The Egg Preforming Arts Center. Set in an urban commons area, the venue is surrounded by an abundance of impressive architecture. The futuristic feel resembles a scene from your favorite sci-fi classic....
On the night before Thanksgiving, Mike Gordon and his five-piece band rolled into Buffalo, NY for a stop at the Town Ballroom. As far as small scale music venues go, the Town Ballroom has always been one of the better places to see a show. The design of the room with it's tiered levels and numerous sight lines creates a...
Phish kicked off a four-night return run last night at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, the site of the band's 2014 Halloween shows. Our friend Jake Silco was there to snap photos and take in the glory that was the 20+ minute version of "Golden Age", an "instant classic" as fans were declaring after seeing it...
Last year I was finally able to experience my first Catskill Chill. if(window.proper_display) { proper_display('livemusicblog_main_1'); } The experience was so memorable, I knew that after a trip around the sun I would find myself back in the same place. After a slight change in location, the festival found a new place to call home just a few miles...

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