As you know, Phish frontman Trey Anastasio is inducting Genesis tonight. And of course, Phish will be performing some Genesis material. Here are a few quick, raw shots of the Vermont foursome rehearsing on the stage of the Waldorf Astoria Ballroom. Rock n' Roll (hall of fame)!
We can't tell you what they played, but Genesis fans will be happy. Phish fans should be, too. And really, anyone that digs rock n' roll will be into it. Don't tune in late.
Monday, March 15, 2010
From th FuseBlog:
Phish will perform at tonight's 2010 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony beginning at 8:30PM EST. The private ceremony will take place at The Waldorf-Astoria tonight and will be televised live on FuseTV and at http://www.fuse.tv . In addition, Trey will have the privilege of inducting Genesis into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame at the ceremony.
The 2010 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees were chosen by the 500 voters of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Foundation. For more information, visit http://www.rockhall.com
Set One: Another Door, Middle Of The Road, Meat > Willow Tree > Fiddle Jam*, Jaded > Weekly Time > Jaded, Nodoby's Home > Suskind Hotel
Set Two: Morphing Again, Only A Dream, Hap Nappy, Sugar Shack, 15 Step > River Niger, Be Good And You'll Be Lonely, She Said She Said
Encore: Jones, Country Boy*
* with Joe Cleary on fiddle
Setlist via mikeHYPHENgordon.com
Read Scott Murawski's blog for his thoughts on the tour closer in New Hampshire:
Tom’s cousin, Joe Cleary came during dinner as he was going to sit in with us on fiddle for a few tunes and we worked them out while we ate (and skyped). We taught him my song, Willow Tree with the idea that we would quadruple the beat during the solos and switch to a traditional bluegrass tune. This is exactly what we did and it worked great. We then jammed into Mike’s “Weekly Time” which is another favorite of mine and Joe picked up on it right away.
Again the lights were amazing and the band was at its best, nailing all the tunes with ease (except the endings maybe) and taking the jams to the deepest of places. The Suskind jam was VERY deep, kind of modeled after a GRAB version Julia played me on the bus the night before.
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