Season One of this groundbreaking music documentary, Long May They Run, will focus on the band Phish, and how they are among only a handful of artists who have sold out stadiums for decades, redefined the bond between artist and fans, influenced a way of life, and innovated an entire industry.
My producer, Mark Dowd, and I take a ride through Trey's and my old grade-school and discuss some history and motivation behind the Under the Scales podcast.
This episode will delight some, repel others, and that's OK. Love ’em or hate ’em, Phish's impact on music and festival culture is huge and indisputable. Across 36 years of concerts, this legendary jam band has become a singular phenomenon worthy of Rock Hall induction.
Hey friends! This week, we have talk to Dawn Jenkins, the founder, and host of Phemale-Centrics, the first podcast on Phish created for and from the women's point of view. We talk about her Phish journey and how she came to create the podcast.
In Episode 018, we’re joined by the guys from the Helping Friendly Podcast to discuss how Phish has influenced our own musical interests, as well as the various directions we’ve all gone as listeners.
Listen to this snippet of episode 18 of the Beyond the Pond Podcast where the host tells a short funny story of the rock band Phish.
Harris Wittels and Scott Aukerman are comedians, music lovers, and most importantly friends. Where do they differ? Harris loves Phish, and Scott couldn't care less. On Analyze Phish, Harris carefully navigates the vast landscape of Phish's catalog to find possible entry points for Scott.