Sunday, January 23, 2011

Billboard: "Hot Tours" Clouseau , Phish, Prince

 
via Billboard:
Landing in the No. 2 position on the Hot Tours chart is jam band Phish with over $5 million in box office grosses from five concerts that occurred at the end of December. The band played just two venues to close out the year, with the first stop the DCU Center in Worcester, Mass. on Dec. 27-28, where attendance topped 25,000 for both nights in Worcester. Then on Dec. 30-31 and Jan. 1, the group played to a total of 55,710 fans at New York City's Madison Square Garden with ticket sales grosses topping $3.5 million for all three sold out shows.
  

Daily Audio: Phish "Gold Soundz" 7.21.99 Star Lake Amphitheatre ~ Burgettstown, PA

   

Trey Anastasio on Pavement via Relix:
To make a long story short, by the end of the tour I could not stop listening. I fell in love with that record. I ended up getting everything they put out. Wowee Zowee is my favorite. Pavement was the soundtrack to the second half of the ‘90s for me. I had a couple friends who felt the same way and we would quote lines to each other in the corner at parties. “chim chim chim sing a song of praise, for your elders… They’re in the back. Pick out some Brazilian nuts, for your engagement… Check that expiration date man, it’s later than we think.”

Most of the people I hung out with didn’t really get what the big deal was, but to the friends I had who really liked Pavement at that point, it felt like we were in on a secret.



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Video: Grateful Dead 11.3.1991 Polo Fields ~ San Francisco, CA [Complete Show]

  


One Set: Hell In A Bucket, China Cat Sunflower > I Know You Rider, Wang Dang Doodle*, Born On The Bayou**, Green River**, Bad Moon Rising**, Proud Mary**, Truckin' -> The Other One -> Wharf Rat -> Sunshine Daydream

E: Forever Young***, Touch Of Grey

Notes:
* w/John Popper - harp
** w/John Fogerty - guitar, vocals
*** w/Neil Young - guitar, vocals

  

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