Setlists Matching Artist: Jon Fishman

Pork Tornado performed for the first time since September 6, 2013 and played a 45 minute set as part of the Joe Moore Cancer Benefit All-Day Music Festival. Dave teased Baby Elephant Walk in Move With You. The jam out of Blue Skies contained Third Stone From the Sun teases from Dan and Phil and Streets of Cairo teases from Dave and Aaron.
Fish and Mike performed with The Mallett Brothers Band at a rally for democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders. A Life That's Good, Why Baby Why, Whirlwind, and Ring Them Bells featured Tessa Gordon on vocals. Off Road featured Spose on vocals.
Fish sat in with the Mallett Brothers Band during a rally for democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders. Celebration featured David Mallett on guitar and vocals. Off Road featured Spose on vocals.

SET 1: Footprints in the Snow, Roll in My Sweet Baby's Arms, Walking the Dog, The Prisoner's Song, I Wonder Where You Are Tonight, Dreams, Roll On Buddy, Roll On, It's a Long, Long Way to the Top of the World, Midnight on the Stormy Deep, Don't Stop the Music, High on a Mountain, Loggin' Man, I Feel the Blues Movin' In, Beauty of My Dreams, Nashville Cats, Smoking Gun, Learnin' the Blues, Good Man Like Me, Pride (In the Name of Love), 1952 Vincent Black Lightning, Little Cabin Home on the Hill, My Love Will Not Change, Hot Wired, Passing Through, Banjo Frisco, One Has My Name, Millenberg Joy, I'll Fly Away

Fish sat in for Beauty of My Dreams through Passing Through in Del McCoury Band's set at World of Bluegrass. All of the songs Fish sat in on also featured Sam Bush. Nashville Cats through Passing Through also featured Jerry Douglas. Good Man Like Me and Pride (In the Name of Love) featured Dierks Bentley. I'll Fly Away included all the aforementioned guests plus Cody Kilby and Perservation Hall Jazz Band.
Fish sat in on drums for Brown-Eyed Women and possibly other songs during this performance.
This show featured Fish on drums.
This event was advertised as "Grateful Dead Night" and featured members of Lazy Lightning, Band Beyond Description, Working Dead, and Pardon Me Doug and Fish on drums.This setlist is incomplete and possibly out of order.
This performance was part of "This is Wild: A Benefit for J. Willis Pratt" and also featured Django Soul, Stone Bullet, Bad Dog, Donna Thunder, and the Peter Mayhew Band.
This show was previously scheduled for April 5.
Benny featured Mason Strunk on mandolin.
This event was aimed at gaining support for reinstating ranked choice voting in Maine and featured Fish on drums, Nicholas Thompson-Brown on saxophone, Frank Hopkins on rhythm guitar and organ, and Dave Noyse on trombone for the entire set.
The Mallett Brothers Band's set featured Fish on drums. "Headed Home" included a brief "Blitzkrieg Bop" jam.
This performance took place at DelFest on the Grandstand Stage and was be billed as "Del McCoury Band & Friends" featuring Jon Fishman, Dan Auerbach, Ronnie Bowman, and the Preservation Hall Jazz Band horn section.

SET 1: There Was a Time, Postcards From Hell, Sing About It, Feeling Good, Oh, Pretty Woman, Shake Your Hips, She Caught the Katy (And Left Me a Mule To Ride), I'm Working on a Building, Be Proud Of The Grey In Your Hair, Play a Train Song, Stupid Preoccupations, When You Come Back, Rip This Joint [1], Compared to What[1], Good Morning Little Schoolgirl[1], Trouble Every Day[1], Jessica[1], Time Is Free, Trondossa, Smokestack Lightning > Don't Cry No More, Basically Frightened, Fixin' To Die, Space Is The Place, I'm So Glad[1]

ENCORE: Zambi[1] > Turn On Your Love Light[1]

Fish was among the performers for "Hampton 70: A Celebration of Col. Bruce Hampton." Oh, Pretty Woman contained a Layla tease. Rip This Joint through Jessica and I'm So Glad through Turn On Your Love Light featured Fish on drums.

SET 1: Cult of Personality, Daddy D, Vroom, Speed Bump of Your Love, The Get Down, I'm the Slime [1], Son of Orange County[1], Trouble Every Day[1], Scrabb[1]

SET 2: Fire [2], Revolution[2], Fire on the Mountain, Good to Your Earhole[2], Come On, Come Over [3], Burnin' and Lootin' [4], Imagine [5], This Land Is Your Land[5]

This show was a "Get Out and Vote For Bernie" benefit concert. Hail to the Chief was teased in Daddy D and before Come On, Come Over. My Country, 'Tis of Thee was teased by Tim before The Get Down. I'm the Slime through Scrabb featured Fish on drums and Natalie Cressman on trombone. The entire second set featured Natalie Cressman on trombone, Oteil Burbridge on bass, and DJ Logic on turntables. Fish was on all songs in the second set except Fire on the Mountain. Jason Hann replaced Fish on Fire on the Mountain and Adrian on Burnin' and Lootin'. Burnin' and Lootin' through This Land Is Your Land featured Kat Wright on vocals and Bob Wagner on guitar. LoveDeep was the opening band.
Fish sat in on drums for a portion of this show.
This performance was part of 2016 Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders's “A Future To Believe In” rally.
This performance was part of 2016 Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders' Commit To Vote concert. Fish sat in with Emily Ratajkowski. Other performers at the concert were Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, Young The Giant, Fantastic Negrito, Big Data, Matt Nathanson, Brett Hughes, and Kat Wright and the Indomitable Soul Band.
This performance took place at the offices of Relix magazine as part of the Live @ Relix video series.
This performance was part of the Plainfield Old Home Days celebration that also featured Donna Thunder and Storm, The Odd Wednesdays, and Bad Dog.
This show was part of the Nectar's 40th Anniversary Celebration.
Fish sat in on drums for the listed songs. Earlier in the evening, Fish had been presented a Lifetime Achievement Award at the annual Syracuse Area Music Awards show.
This performance was billed as "Local Legends: An Evening of Acoustic Music" and was sponsored by Responsible Growth Hinesburg. The gig also featured sets by Nate Gusakov and Robinson Morse, and Fadhili with Niel Maurer.
This performance was billed as "A Musical Celebration for Katie Mae Featuring Jon Fishman and Friends."
This performance was sponsored by Responsible Growth Hinesburg
Phish had performed earlier in the evening at the Glens Falls Civic Center.
This set was in support of The Meter Men.
This gig was the Sunday headliner for Equifunk: The All-Inclusive Music Festival. Other performers included Soulive, The New Mastersounds, Marco Benevento, and Anders Osborne.
This was the 18th edition of Club Metronome's weekly "Dead Set" series, which features a house band and a rotation of local musicians playing music of the Grateful Dead. For this edition, the house band consisted of Zach Nugent (guitar/voclas), Jon Fishman (drums stage left), Russ Lawton (drums stage right), Mihali Savoulidis (guitar for Set 1), Bob Wagner (guitar/vocals for Set 2 and encore), Ed Grasmeyer (bass/vocals), and Josh Dobbs (keyboards).   Row Jimmy and Bird Song featured Dave Grippo on sax. New Speedway Boogie featured Phish archivist Kevin Shaprio on drums-right in place of Russ Lawton.  Bird Song, They Love Each Other, and Terrapin Station featured Ryan Clausen on drums-right in place of Russ Lawton.  Franklin's Tower included Eric Maier on keys along with Josh Dobbs. Savoulidis returned to replace Bob Wagner, and Leon Campos joined Josh Dobbs on keys for the second half of Fire on the Mountain.
This performance took place in the Higher Ground Ballroom.
Fish joined Touchpants for a night of "vulgar, rude, crass, foul, misogynistic stupid humor." This gig also featured Creedence Clear Silver Bullet and I'm...Pregnant. There is no known setlist.
In honor of the 15th anniversary of the launch of Phish Food ice cream, Ben & Jerry's and the WaterWheel Foundation partnered to host this gathering in downtown Burlington that purported to be, as the name would suggest, the "World's Largest Cowbell Ensemble." Led by Jon Fishman, the gathering attracted roughly 1,600 participants.  Whether the ensemble was indeed the largest of its kind is still being confirmed by the Guinness Book of World Records.  Most of the proceeds from the event were donated to WaterWheel Foundation's Vermont Flood Recovery Fund, which helps to repair the devestation left by Hurricane Irene. Prior to the performance, Mike made an appearance at Ben & Jerry's and signed copies of his Steamroller Wheelies: A Restoration Convoy compilation, also benefitting Vermont flood recovery.
This performance was part of the Belfast Free Range Music Festival. Grant Green, Jr. sat in on guitar for Blues in the Closet and Compared to What? Col. Bruce Hampton added vocals on Compared to What?
This performance was part of "Divine: Music for the Soul," a benefit concert for the Dhatri Foundation for Compassionate Integrative Health. The set featured two The Peace originals as well as a cover of Bob Marley and the Wailers' Coming in from the Cold.
Fish performed for the whole show. Creedence Clear Silver Bullet opened. There is no known setlist or circulating recording.
There is no known setlist or circulating recorording.
J. Willis Pratt and We're Bionic opened. There is no known setlist or circulating recording.
J. Willis Pratt and We're Bionic opened. There is no known setlist or circulating recording.
J. Willis Pratt and We're Bionic opened. There is no known setlist or circulating recording.
J. Willis Pratt and We're Bionic opened. There is no known setlist or circulating recording.
The Village was billed as "a one-weekend-only musical and spiritual journey." There is no known setlist and recordings of this show do not circulate.
The Village was billed as "a one-weekend-only musical and spiritual journey." There is no known setlist and recordings of this show do not circulate.
This gig was part of Jam Cruise 3. Jeff Coffin sat in on saxophone for "Black Market" and "Spiders." Oteil Burbridge sat in on bass for "Jungle Tango." Jake Cinninger sat in on guitar for "What is and What Should Never Be."
This gig was part of Jam Cruise 3. Eric Krasno sat in on guitar for "Footprints" and "Oh Yeah!"
"Lojo Lima," "Stonehendge" and "Xenoblast" featured Mark Guiliana on percussion.
This performance was part of the sixth annual All Good Festival that also featured Dark Star OrchestraDel McCoury BandThe Greyboy Allstars and Soulive.
This gig was part of the 10,000 Lakes Festival that also featured Particle, Buckwheat Zydeco, The Roots and Soulive.
This gig was part of the 10,000 Lakes Festival that also featured The String Cheese Incident, Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Medeski Martin & Wood and Los Lobos. The "Spiders" > "Blues in the Closet" > "Spiders" segment featured Rob Wasserman on bass.
This show was a co-bill with Soulive.
This performance was part of the third annual Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival that also included Bob Dylan, The DeadTrey Anastasio, Dave Matthews & Friends, and Vida Blue. This gig took place in The Other Tent.
Shanti Groove opened.
This performance was part of the Summer Camp Music Festival that also included MMW, ParticleLeftover Salmon and moe. "Nozani Na" featured Vinnie Amico on percussion. "What Is and What Should Never Be" featured Al Schiner on guitar. This setlist is incomplete.
This performance was part of the Pittsburgh Folk Festival.
Al and the Transamericans opened. "What Is and What Should Never Be" featured Al Schiner on guitar. "Ballad for Trio" featured Gordon Stone on pedal steel guitar. "Dark Eyes" featured Mark Guiliana on box drum.
Al and the Transamericans opened. Gordon Stone sat in on pedal steel guitar for "Ballad for Trio." Al Schiner sat in on guitar for the "Oh Yeah!" segment.
This gig was originally scheduled for October 10, 2003.
This gig was originally scheduled for October 9, 2003.
This gig was originally scheduled for October 11, 2003.
There were two separate-admission performances on this evening; this was the early show. This gig was originally scheduled for October 8, 2003.
There were two separate-admission performances on this evening; this was the late show. This gig was originally scheduled for October 8, 2003.
This gig was originally scheduled for October 7, 2003.
This was an opening set for Vida Blue. This show was originally scheduled for the smaller Tabernacle and was later moved to the Roxy.
Seth Yacovone Band opened. 
Seth Yacovone Band opened. 
Seth Yacovone Band opened. 
Seth Yacovone Band opened. Mike Gordon sat in on bass for the second set closing Money (That's What I Want).
Seth Yacovone Band opened. 
Seth Yacovone Band opened. 
Seth Yacovone Band opened. 
Seth Yacovone Band opened. 
Seth Yacovone Band opened. 
Seth Yacovone Band opened. 
Seth Yacovone Band opened. 
This show was part of the annual moe.down festival that also featured Particle, Medeski Martin & Wood, Galactic and, of course, moe. Al Schnier sat in on keyboards from “Proust” through “Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring.”
Sam Bush Band opened.
This set was part of the Carbon Leaf's Endless Summer Luau & Campout III.
This set was part of the 16th annual Jerry’s Birthday Bash festival. Other performers included əkoostik hookah, Juggling Suns, David Nelson Band, and Steve Kimock Band.
Lake Trout opened.
The Codetalkers Featuring Col. Bruce Hampton opened.
The Apartment Projects opened. Jeff Sipe made a guest appearance on percussion during “Dimensions.”
“Proust” featured a “Tom Sawyer” tease. “The Human Taco” won the costume contest, while “The Ugliest Girl in the Building” won a special prize… of Fish’s dirty underwear.
The “Cyclops Unicorn” won the costume contest.
Agent 22 opened.
“Ramblin’” featured guest Rob Wasserman on upright bass
"Georgia On My Mind" featured Phat Man Dee on vocals.
Jamie Janover sat in on percussion during “Spiders.”
This performance was part of the Summit Music Festival that also featured The String Cheese IncidentDeep Banana BlackoutGov't Mule, and John Scofield.
This performance was part of the Summit Music Festival that also featured The String Cheese IncidentDeep Banana BlackoutGov't Mule, and John Scofield.
The Phoenicians featured a belly dancer on stage to celebrate Fish’s 35th birthday.
This free show was part of the Hobart Folk Festival.
Schleigho opened.
Get Down Tonight contained a Give Up the Funk tease.
There is no known setlist for this show and recordings do not circulate.
There is no known setlist for this show and recordings do not circulate.
There is no known setlist for this show and recordings do not circulate.
This setlist is incomplete.
There is no known setlist for this show and recordings do not circulate.
Flan opened. Pork Tornado included a Voodoo Child tease. Before Trouble Every Day, Dan Archer did a brief spoof on If I Had A Hammer.
This show was a co-bill with The Hot Club of Cowtown.
This show was a co-bill with The Hot Club of Cowtown.
This show was a co-bill with Michael Ray and the Cosmic Krewe.
Col. Bruce Hampton sat in on Fixin' to Die.
This setlist may be incomplete.
Trey Anastasio and James Harvey sat in for portions of this gig.
This show occurred one day after The Great Went; as Fish noted, between the two gigs “the crowd went from 60,000 to 60.”
One Step Beyond opened.
The Drovers opened.

This small club performance followed the weekend when Phish had performed before their largest audience to date, at The Clifford Ball.

This setlist is incomplete. 
This show marked the inauguration of a weekly series of musical performances at this venue named “Carmel’s Coffeehouse” in memory of Trey’s paternal grandmother, Carmel Musco Anastasio. Air Mail Special contained a Theme from The Brady Bunch tease.
J. Willis Pratt’s We're Bionic and The Dude of Life Band also performed in this triple-bill.
There were two shows on this date, one at 7 p.m. and another at 9:30 p.m. Some proceeds from these performances were donated to the Last Elm Café. These performances were part of the "on-stage series" where the audience was limited to 125 and shared the stage with the band. There are no known setlists or recordings. 
Trey teased the Theme from Bonanza in Contois and Stash in St. Thomas. This show featured the first known public performance of Guyute; only portions were performed and without lyrics, first by Trey solo, then with Fish joining in during the post Nozani Na segment. A "Bad Hat" contest among audience members was held before the beginning of the second set; during the first few breaks in Air Mail Special the crowd would yell "that fucking hat!" Two verses of My Life as a Pez were sung in response to a Dino Pez dispenser being placed on stage.
The second set was preceded by a full-band Jamie's Cryin' (Van Halen) tease.
This setlist is incomplete and may not be in correct order.
Trey played guitar for the entire show. Page sat in on keyboards from Bitchin' Again and Family Picture. Scotia Jordan provided vocals for Bitchin' Again.
Good w/Willis opened. Page sat in on keyboards for Bitchin' Again through Revolution's Over and Family Picture through Crimes of the Mind. Do You Know What I Mean? and Teenie Weenie Bit of Your Love featured Russ Flanagan on fiddle. Lucy In the Subway contained a Dear Prudence tease.
moe. opened. Trey performed for the entire show. Page sat in on keyboards for Bitchin' Again through Revolution's Over. Sofi Dillof provided vocals for Bitchin' Again. Dahlia featured a rare Fish drum solo.
Mimi Fishman provided vocals for Dinner and a Movie
Mike sat in from Self through the end of the show. Trey sat in from Family Picture through the end of the show.
The two sets represent an early and late show. Fishman performed in a wig.
Recordings of this show in circulation are commonly mislabeled with the incorrect date of January 27, 1994.
This setlist is incomplete.
This setlist is unverified and all but certainly incomplete.
During the summer of '89, the members of Phish as well as Russell Remington and others performed a weekly series of performances of jazz standards under the moniker "The Johnny B. Fishman Jazz Ensemble." This is the only specific known date and was first reported by phish.com. There is no known recording or setlist.
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