Bemoaning the End of the Phish Road Trip Commentator Alison Klayman is an admirer of the Vermont band Phish. The group is ending its career this month, and Klayman is sad. She's a relatively new "phishhead." She paints a picture of what a Phish concert is like. Many fans take drugs, bond and take part in enhancing the performance.
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Bemoaning the End of the Phish Road Trip

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Bemoaning the End of the Phish Road Trip

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Bemoaning the End of the Phish Road Trip

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Commentator Alison Klayman is an admirer of the Vermont band Phish. The group is ending its career this month, and Klayman is sad. She's a relatively new "phishhead." She paints a picture of what a Phish concert is like. Many fans take drugs, bond and take part in enhancing the performance.