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Phish keyboardist Page McConnell releases his new ambient electronic solo album, MAYBE WE’RE THE VISITORS, digitally today via Keyed Records. MAYBE WE’RE THE VISITORS was written and recorded in Iceland and in Burlington, VT. The release was heralded earlier in the week with the album’s first song, “Radio Silence,” which David Fricke called in his album notes “an overture of slowly dawning arpeggios that dot the void like hopeful transmissions.”

Phish keyboardist Page McConnell announces the release of his new solo album, MAYBE WE’RE THE VISITORS, arriving digitally via Keyed Records this Friday, April 9. MAYBE WE’RE THE VISITORS was written and recorded in Reykjavik, Iceland and in Burlington, VT.

Chris Friday, Tour Manager for Mike Gordon, Warehouse Manager for Phish, former Production Manager at Higher Ground, and energetically outrageous singer for Touchpants recently received the devastating news his son, Iggy, was diagnosed with acute lymphoid leukemia at 11 years old. In preparation for the daunting path that lies ahead, the live music industry is rallying in support, announcing plans for a two-day virtual auction that will feature concert tickets, rare commemorative merchandise, and more. Organized by Cate Esser (Booking Agent, Promoter) and Danny Bennett (Higher Ground.

The Divided Sky Foundation, founded by Trey Anastasio, has announced the recent purchase of a facility in Ludlow, VT to be developed as a non-profit substance use disorder (SUD) treatment center. Launched last year, Divided Sky Foundation is dedicated to delivering quality care and compassionate treatment to those affected by alcoholism and addiction.

The Mimi Fishman Foundation launches a new on-line charity auction.  The auction features signed drumsticks and drum heads used during fall 2019 shows, the 2019 New Year’s run, and 2020 Mexico shows (the last gigs Phish played prior to the pandemic.)  In addition are items from the April, 2019 Ghosts of the Forest tour.  The auction is currently live and concludes February 11, 2021.

The Mimi Fishman Foundation launches a new on-line charity auction.  The auction features signed drumsticks and drum heads used during fall 2019 shows, the 2019 New Year’s run, and 2020 Mexico shows (the last gigs Phish played prior to the pandemic.)  In addition are items from the April, 2019 Ghosts of the Forest tour.  The auction is currently live and concludes February 11, 2021. 

Out of an abundance of caution, we must postpone the Kings of Prussia performance on February 4th, 2021 at the Boulder Theater to the following date: April 22nd, 2021. All existing tickets will be honored. If you're unable to attend due to the new date, refunds will be available for the next 30 days at point of purchase. Thank you for understanding.

On Saturday, November 14, the Virtual PhanArt Show will kick off on PhanArt.net, featuring our largest 'gathering' ever of artists from the Phish and Jam communities! The Virtual show will run through mid-January, and allow fans and artists to connect, while supporting small businesses and shopping for the holidays at the same time.

Acoustic guitar pioneer Leo Kottke and Phish bassist Mike Gordon, along with Phish drummer Jon Fishman, performed on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert #PlayAtHome series. The trio performed "The Only One" from the new Kottke/Gordon album, NOON, out now digitally on ATO Records.

WATCH "THE ONLY ONE" ON THE LATE SHOW WITH STEPHEN COLBERT #PLAYATHOME

Trey Anastasio and MSG Entertainment present The Beacon Jams, an eight-week virtual residency to be streamed for free exclusively on Twitch, live from New York City’s historic Beacon Theatre every Friday at 8:00 pm ET from October 9 through November 27. The Beacon Jams performances will have no live audience and will feature acoustic and electric performances as well as home audience interaction, alongside an array of surprises.

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