No More Phish

Well, “jam” band legends Phish, the heirs to the psychedelic, jam band rock and roll throne left vacant by the Grateful Dead have called it quits after almost 21 years as a band. As I write this listening to “Billy Breathes” I can’t but help to be impressed at the classy way that they are bowing out, with a huge 2 day festival in their home state of Vermont. Somehow I think that they will stick to their guns, unlike some of the other less than grateful retirements from the rock and roll stage (Who?).
Later.

3 Comments

  1. there is no other band like phish, when i found out that they were breaking up i honestly cried for two days straight. phish changed many peoples lives for the better they are such an influential part to the 21st century without any help from mtv or the radio they became one of the most popular bands out there today.

  2. there is no other band like phish, when i found out that they were breaking up i honestly cried for two days straight. phish changed many peoples lives for the better they are such an influential part to the 21st century without any help from mtv or the radio they became one of the most popular bands out there today. u gotttttta love ’em

  3. there is no other band like phish, when i found out that they were breaking up i honestly cried for two days straight. phish changed many peoples lives for the better they are such an influential part to the 21st century without any help from mtv or the radio they became one of the most popular bands out there today. u gotttttta love ’em

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