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Phish Debuts "Bliss", Busts Out "Glide II" At Night 3 Of MSG - Live for Live Music

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Sunday, December 30, 2018, at Madison Square Garden will be remembered for an epic first set that contained a Billy Breathes debut 23 years in the making, a big-time bust-out, and three tasty jam sandwiches. The second half of the performance certainly had its fair share of memorable moments, but won’t make it on the “Best of 3.0” list like the first set will.

In slow Llama fashion, the Vermonters came out with a silkier-than-usual “Alumni Blues.” Trey Anastasio remembered to call out a New York City deli staple during the National Bacon Day lyrical swap before sandwiching “Letter to Jimmy Page” in between the collegiate Phish classic. The night felt special from the opening chords as “Alumni Blues > Letter to Jimmy Page > Alumni Blues” started the show for the first time since Independence Day, 2012 at Jones Beach.

Mike Gordon removed his colorful scarf to take lead vocals for “Mike’s Song”. Page McConnell initially got clav-tastic before jumping over to the organ...(continued)

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