June 21, 2021

nugs.net Adds 60+ Phish Shows And Albums To Subscription Service

first_imgnugs.net has been a go-to resource for fans of jam bands for years now. With their live show downloads, and, in recent years, their subscription service, they have been one of the best places for fans to re-live their favorite live music experiences, as well as catch on to new bands and special shows that happen across the country. One thing that has perplexed fans over the years is the overall lack of music by the scene’s pre-eminent contemporary icons: Phish.Phish has partnered with nugs.net for several years now to power their LivePhish.com download and streaming service. The relationship has been fruitful for fans, but when nugs.net launched their streaming service a few years ago, fans couldn’t help but notice that Phish wasn’t included amongst a variety of bands from the improvisational world such as Dead & Company, Umphrey’s McGee, The Disco Biscuits, and moe., to name a few, as well as more mainstream rock artists such as Red Hot Chili Peppers and Pearl Jam. As the service has grown to include more bands, such as Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, Railroad Earth, and up-and-comers like TAUK, Spafford, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, and Aqueous, the elusive Phish still evaded nugs.net subscribers’ hook.That all late last week, when nugs.net added 60 officially-released Phish shows ranging from 1989-2016, as well as all of the band’s full collection of studio albums. Highlights include shows from each of the band’s annual 3.0 runs at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park, the Merriweather Post Pavillion “Tweezerfest” from 7/27/14, the famous original “Tweezerfest” show (5/7/94 at the Bomb Factory), their 3-night run in Amsterdam in 1997, all 8 of their “costumed” Halloween shows from over the years, and much, much more.Check out the selection hereHead to the nugs.net website to subscribe to the service.[h/t JamBase][Cover photo – Andrew Blackstein]last_img

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