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June 9, 2009
Reviews: Three Hours of Euphoria From Phish [Philadelphia Inquirer]
Asheville: Phish Concert to Close Street, Draw Hordes [Citizen-Times]
Reviews: Camden – 06/07 – Phish [Jambase]
Asheville: Mike & Trey Likely To Sit-In @ a Local Show [The Wagger]
Phish: 06/07/2009 FOB KM150’s Camden, NJ
Fenway Park: Yankee Fan Gets Revenge at Fenway [Boston Herald]
A sneaky Yankees fan, determined to avenge the indignity of a David Ortiz [stats] jersey that was embedded in the concrete at the new Yankee Stadium last year, says he’s engaged in his own subversive act.
At last week’s Phish show at Fenway Park [map], while other concert-goers snuck in weed, lifelong Yankees fan Ian Ferris claimed he was carrying a commemorative sack of official Yankees grass seed that he threw on hallowed Red Sox [team stats] turf . . . like some kind of Evil Empire Johnny Grass-seed!
Editorial: Just Have Fun, Man [BeLOW Me]
The way things ended in 2004 were so awful that you have to feel good for these guys, and at the same time for the fans who are so supportive. When the band expressed how much fun they were having in the “northeast” the fans just loved it. We love having them around, and love partying with them.
There will certainly be more great moments during their shows from now until the end of summer tour.
With all of that said, there have been no great shows at all, and here’s why.