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Source: Sennheiser MD441U > Edirol R4Pro ( Oade preamp mod ) @ 24/88.2
Taped By: padelmike
Edited By: Justin Wendt
Total Run Time: 32:39
Highlighting the weekend will be three nights of sold-out concerts by the rock band Phish. The group formed nearly three decades ago and has a Grateful Dead-like following that travels from city to city with the band. The fans will fill the 14,100-seat capacity Boardwalk Hall starting Friday night and ending with an extended Halloween show that wraps up the band's fall tour.
The special events coincide with Mischief Night and Halloween, and police admit they are concerned about maintaining regular patrols while monitoring the huge influx of visitors.
"We're going to get as many agencies involved as we can," Deputy Chief Ernest Jubilee said. "We always rely on our partners."
Those partners will be led by State Police and the Atlantic County Prosecutor's Office, both already a regular presence in the city.
Preparations included sending a detective from the city's Intelligence Unit to a Phish concert earlier this month in Charleston, S.C.
"It just makes good prudent sense to see what's been done in the past," Deputy Chief Henry White said. "We just wanted to see first-hand what we're up against here in Atlantic City."
This week Justin, Sam, and Tanya join me to talk about one hell of a week in Phish tour. We start with the Augusta Civic Center and work our way to Amherst Night 2. We have some clips to share, along with a debate about Set 1 vs. Set 2. and even a report of h3tty chowder slipped in. We taped the show while Phish was playing quite the first set in “ManchVegas”, so every now and again, you get our “couchtour” reactions. Lastly, we play you out on what we all agreed was a much needed bust-out.
Be sure to join us next week, when Eric, Scotty, and Drew will be on to talk about the final 4 shows of Fall tour 2010.
Thanks for listening,
The characteristically tight-lipped band is keeping mum about their final selection for this year's big event, but bassist Mike Gordon (pictured) does have some words to say about it. "This has the potential to be the best one yet," Gordon tells Spinner. "I'm really excited about it, to the point where I'm calling some of my friends and I'm saying, 'Well, I don't even have any more room on my guest list, but you've got to come somehow, because this is going to be the one.' It just really feels right to me."