Reviews: Phish Gives Cobo Another Memorable Night [ABC12]

After a 30-minute intermission, the crowd packed the narrow concourse of the nearly 60-year-old building. Once the Vermont-based band got back to the stage, balloons and glow sticks rained from above on the floor seats as “Down With Disease” echoed through the hall.

As guitarist Trey Anastasio wound down his extended solo, he segued right into a trio of classics from their 1996 album “Billy Breathes.” A blistering version of album opener “Free,” Phish’s most commercially successful song of their career, led to a crowd sing-a-long on “Waste” and “taste.”

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