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Trey Anastasio's new album, Paper Wheels, comes out Oct. 30.
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October 21, 2015 On his 10th solo album, the Phish singer-guitarist explores the sunny, vibrant feeling of '70s pop and rock. The result is steeped in the era, but defiantly not a throwback.
April 17, 2015 This week's mini podcast offers a ten-minute preview of some of the must-have releases for Record Store Day.
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Phish's new album is Fuego.
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June 22, 2014 Those spiraling, psychedelic sound journeys have to start somewhere. All Things Considered asked the members of Phish to explain their process — and their answer is more systematic than you'd expect.
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Phish's new album, Fuego, comes out June 24.
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June 15, 2014 Twelve albums and more than 1,500 shows into its career, Phish has never seemed more at ease embracing what it does best, while still trying to refine and reinvent its own formulas.
May 14, 2014 Fuego, the jam band's first album since 2009, will be released on June 24. You can listen to "Waiting All Night," a classic rock-leaning song from the album, right here.
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August 8, 2013 A lengthy interview with Leonard Bernstein. One man's quest to understand obsessive Phish fandom. A look at the life of a jazz legend. We survey these and other highlights of music-themed books worth reading this summer.
Trey Anastasio of Phish.
May 7, 2012 Good vibes abound with Phish and Trey Anastasio, The Grateful Dead's Bob Weir, and Widespread Panic.
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Trey Anastasio of Phish at the 2009 Bonnaroo Festival.
September 4, 2009 Phish fans have much to celebrate right now. Five years ago, the jam-rock band band broke up after more than two decades. Now, it's back together and on the road, playing sold-out shows across the country. Member Trey Anastasio says the reunion feels like a second chance.
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August 31, 2009 The leadoff track from Phish's first studio album after a four-year breakup is the strongest, most pop-friendly song the band has ever written. In "Backwards Down the Number Line," Phish's members sound genuinely thrilled to be playing together again, as they crank out a joyful five-minute rock 'n' roll anthem.
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July 20, 2009 I thought my love affair with Phish ended on Friday, but I was wrong. The romance lasted long into the weekend. Just about everyone I ran into over the last few days asked for my closing remarks on the topic — in the hope, perhaps, that I might have some "off the record" comment. (I don't.)
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