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Guitarist Ben Combe will rejoin Particle for two New Year’s run performances. The gigs will take place at Miami, FL’s The Vagabond on December 30 and 31. Both shows are scheduled to start after Phish plays Miami’s American Airlines Arena. Combe recently joined Particle for an East Coast run that featured a number of songs that haven’t been played in years, including “Die Rote Kapelle (The Red Orchestra),” “Eye of the Storm” and “Ctrl/Esc.” The band is expected to break out additional rarities in Miami. Both nights will feature full length Particle sets and special guest musicians, as well as multiple local and national DJs spinning in separate rooms and outside on the Fire Fountain patio. The Vagabond is located a short 8 block walk from the American Airlines Arena.
For “Phish: The Biography” author Parke Puterbaugh, the fact that the jam band pioneers have toured fairly consistently since 1992, boasting a repertoire of 650 some-odd separate songs and thousands of live performances, only serves to remind him of all the fans they never found.
“I wrote this hoping to interest people who were mildly curious about the phenomenon,” says Puterbaugh, who as a Rolling Stone music critic has followed the band for about a decade and a half. “I think they’re a band that everybody ought to know about.” Read on
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