The submissions have been tallied and we are pleased to announce the results of our Super Mystery Jam!
This was a very tall order using some obscure tracks so everyone who answered really had to put in some work. In all the entries were TWO people who got the Mystery Jam 100% correct...
Congratulations to @RabeldyNugs and @pauly7917 who identified all 5 songs and all 5 dates
Amazing ears on these users. They have a special gift.
More information including the random draw winner after the jump
So both @RabeldyNugs and @pauly7917 will be receiving a copy of the "Hampton/W-S 1997" Box Set along with... @Johnny D who was the lucky winner on the random draw. Courtesy of the fine folks at Phish HQ.
Seriously, thanks to everyone who took the time to enter. And in honor of the effort, and since we expected no one to get this we were able to scare up TWO ADDITIONAL copies of our own for our contest runners up, who were able to get three of the five songs correct. So congratulations also go out to @unogreen4 and @lockitdownkid who will also receive a free copy of the box set as well.
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