Date Joined

November 27, 2011




I own a record store and a record label, play in many bands and edit a music blog. First heard Phish at summer camp in '94 and was heavy into tape trading by Summer '99. Didn't see the boys til 2.0, but I've caught some good gigs so i can't complain...


I have very diverse musical tastes. I like obscure private press LPs, krautrock, Old Weird America, New Weird America, free jazz, pysch rock, downer folk, punk, hardcore, noise, Grateful Dead.

Phish, in a few words

Phish for me was an important stepping stone to other musical terrain. I have them to thank for Eno, Sun Ra, Velvets...I got out of touch with the band and its music after being obsessed 99-04, but am now firmly in the fold is a non-commercial project run by Phish fans and for Phish fans under the auspices of the all-volunteer, non-profit Mockingbird Foundation.

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