June 9, 2009

Phish Asheville Setlist, Links, Photos and Song Stats

This is the show I really wanted to see. The Asheville Civic Center is a 7,200-seat venue that seems smaller than it is. Trey has said how much he loves Asheville in past tour stops with TAB, and with this being Phish's first-ever foray into this gem of a city, tonight's show has all the fixin's to hold a special place in Phish-lore for years to come.
Download an audience recording of the show from PhishThought's "No Spoilers."

PHISH AT ASHEVILLE CIVIC CENTER SET LIST
June 9, 2009

SET ONE
Kill Devil Falls, The Moma Dance, Sample in a Jar, Stash, ^Dog Faced Boy, ^^Gumbo, ^^^Tube, ^^^^Lengthwise, Divided Sky, *When the Cactus are in Bloom, Axis: Bold as Love

SET TWO
Backwards Down the Number Line, Ghost --> Fast Enough For You --> Halley's Comet --> Maze, **Alaska, Theme from the Bottom, Golgi Apparatus, Possum

ENCORE
Loving Cup

^Trey talks about three songs where the lyrics came from Fishman's journal, this being one of them; ^^Trey says, "So now we'll do another one's from Fishman's journal."; ^^^The third song from Fishman's journal; ^^^^Trey says, "Maybe we can get Fish to do an acapella version of one of my all-time favorite songs." Fish then says, "This is a true story."; *Bill Monroe cover, first time played -- lots of yodeling!!; ** First time played.

LINKS
Phish fans swarm into downtown Asheville (Citizen-Times)
Event expected to attract large crowd downtown (City of Asheville)
Asheville Transit prepares for Phish concert (City of Asheville)
Phish fan live-streams concert via iPhone
WLOS TV report

PHOTOS
Asheville Citizen-Times slide show of Phish-heads outside the venue before the show.
View from behind the stage
Phish's "From the Road" slide show

VIDEOS
Kill Devil Falls
Tube
Lengthwise
Divided Sky (Looooowwwww quality)
When the Cactus are in Bloom
Backwards Down the Number Line

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Your setlist is wrong. Backwards Down the number line started the second set.

The Wagger said...

Thanks for pointing that out!

Andrew C said...

i think the Alaska was played for first time here.