Wednesday 02/03/2021 by swittersdc


How did a band with no major label from a small city in Northern Vermont become one of the biggest bands in music within a decade? What were the origins of Phish and what laid the foundation for their cultural timeline and organic growth? In the first episode of Undermine, Phish lyricist Tom Marshall brings in the perspectives of fans and collaborators who saw their rise in Vermont and helped to create the scene that was critical as the band found their groove and structure in the early 80s.

Check out the first episode of Undermine below, and subscribe on Apple, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts.

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, comment by mcgrupp81
mcgrupp81 Thanks for bringing attention to this. It was entertaining and informative.
, comment by Col_Radicones_Ascent
Col_Radicones_Ascent Nice! There was a void in my life without HF Pod.
, comment by swittersdc
swittersdc @Col_Radicones_Ascent said:
Nice! There was a void in my life without HF Pod.
next wednesday's episode will be the HFP crew!
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