Goin’ Phish’n (You May Have to Gear Back Up)

“Plenty of music lovers are fans. The Phish contingent, meanwhile, would be more aptly described as fanatics.”


“Such a level of obsession is remarkable given that Phish, which is headlining both Fenway Park next Sunday and the Comcast Center on June 6, doesn’t have any major radio hits. Its members, who met at the University of Vermont in 1983, are goofy, geeky, overgrown college kids. Yet thanks to the group’s moderately sized but immensely devoted fanbase, not to mention its vibrant live shows, Phish has sculpted a highly successful career that spans three decades and had Rolling Stone calling them “the most important band of the ’90s.” Success is measured in different ways. Too bad they are sold out. But, the world is a little crazier and fun. I can’t say gone Phish’n, however. 

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