This entire show was performed by Trey solo acoustic. Harry Hood was started mid song and unfinished.

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, attached to 2022-06-19

Review by pictureof_OtisRedding

pictureof_OtisRedding My first Phish-associated show. A really good one!

I got in and there were a lot more people than I expected there to be (especially in the merch line!) which was really good. I was worried it would be empty based on the last time I had checked tickets and I'm really glad it wasn't. Unfortunately I got stuck next to chompers and obnoxious shush-ers, but Trey's parents were a few rows in front of me which was really cool to say.

As for the show itself - there was great banter involving Trey's new hobbies of fooling the algorithm and sucking without caring. He told cool stories, notably before My Problem Right There about his involvement with Hands on a Hardbody and the feelings of failure. I think starting with Numberline and continuing up until the end of the show, there was an audience member with confetti that would launch it up into the air during the chorus or during a particularly fun moment in the song. This eventually led to Trey remarks ("go confetti man!") and at one point confetti falling from the ceiling while Trey was talking.

Setlist wise, also really great. Bathtub Gin was a great opener and the songs with the loop pedal (Sigma Oasis, Possum, Prince Caspian, Twist, Maze, and many more) all rocked. Was nice to see Hood sandwiched in between a great Chalk Dust closer (I thought it was And So To Bed at the show. I was very wrong lol). Maze was played slow-er as the Fast Lawn Boy gag was brought up once again. Trey let the crowd sing the chorus of Sleeping Monkey, swinging the microphone around so it pointed at the audience.

It was just a magical first show. I loved every minute of it. Hope I can catch another Trey show soon!
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