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Musicians
    (1983- )
    Formed in Burlington, Vermont at the 'University of Vermont'
    Trey Anastasio (September 30, 1964- ), vocalist/guitarist
    Mike Gordon (June 3, 1965- ), bassist
    Page McConnell (May 17, 1963- ), keyboardist
    Jonathan Fishman (January 19, 1965- ), drummer
    Jeff Holdsworth, former guitarist
    Recorded Albums: 'Junta,' (1988) 'A Picture of Nectar,' (1991) 'Lawn Boy,' (1991) 'Rift,' (1993) 'Hoist,' (1994) 'A Live One,' (1995) 'Billy Breathes,' (1996) 'Slip, Stitch & Pass,' (1997) 'The White Album,' (1998) 'The Story of the Ghost,' (1998) 'Farmhouse,' (2000) 'The Siket Disc' (2000) and 'Round Room' (2002)
    Performs 'You Enjoy Myself,' 'Wolfman's Brother,' 'Stash,' 'Guelah Papyrus,' 'Bouncing Around the Room,' 'Chalkdust Torture,' 'Farmhouse,' 'Run Like an Antelope,' 'Slave to the Traffic Light' and 'Split Open and Melt'
    Trey was suspended from the 'University of Vermont' for a semester after he played a prank that went bad.
    They announced a temporary breakup after deciding to take an 'extended break' (October 2000).
    Fans call themselves 'Phishheads.'
    They've used props onstage such as huge hotdogs, pyrotechnics, enhanced
    firework sounds w/ technics, vacuum cleaners, balloons and chess games.(Yet another band feels the need to use 'notice me' techniques to get a crowd
    going, instead of solely relying on talent.)
    They like referring to their sounds as 'organic.'
    Hippie dippie doo brotha! Peace man! Farout & groovy baby! Whoo reefer!
    They eventually decided to come back together by starting playing live again in December 2002 and recording 20 different volumes of discs of them performing live called, 'Phish Live' (2001-2003).
    They made a guest appearance on The Simpsons (2002).
    When Trey was younger he helped his mother write songs for children's records.
    In 1999 they released a documentary of them recording and performing live.
    They have a cult following that has been compared to that of Grateful Dead.
    They are known for their stage shows and unusual props.
    Their music is a combination of blues, jazz, rock and bluegrass.
    Holdsworth left the band for religion.
    They played their first show in a University of Vermont basement.
    They performed the National Anthem at the NBA finals (2003).
    Ben & Jerry's named their ice cream, 'Phish Food' after them.

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