Phish MSG April Run 2022

You can feel good about an MSG run, especially in April! I just finished these setlists up. For the headers, I used my ticket stub designs, which are also available in my shop. Scan the barcode to link to the setlist on phish.net! I plan to create stubs for summer tour as well!

SET 1Carini > PossumThe Moma Dance > LeavesStrange DesignStashBlaze On

SET 2Sigma Oasis > Down with Disease > The Howling -> Twist > Mountains in the MistRebaDrift While You’re Sleeping

ENCOREGumboSlave to the Traffic Light


SET 1Suzy Greenberg > 46 DaysPlasmaThe Man Who Stepped Into Yesterday > Avenu Malkenu > The Man Who Stepped Into YesterdayWolfman’s BrotherEstherGhost

SET 2Chalk Dust Torture -> Tweezer > Also Sprach Zarathustra > MazeAbout to RunThe Mango Song > Harry Hood > Character Zero -> Tweezer -> Character Zero

ENCOREA Life Beyond The DreamTweezer Reprise


SET 1Everything’s Right > Tube555 > Back on the TrainArmy of OneAxilla (Part II) > Bathtub Gin > Say It To Me S.A.N.T.O.S.

SET 2Set Your Soul Free > Light > Fuego > What’s the Use? > Backwards Down the Number Line

SET 3FreeA Wave of HopeWaves > SandSplit Open and Melt

ENCOREIt’s Ice


SET 1FluffheadMike’s Song > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug GrooveSimple -> Egg in a Hole Jam -> SimpleDivided SkyFirst Tube

SET 2No Men In No Man’s Land -> Prince Caspian > Piper > Gotta JibbooI Always Wanted It This Way > Lonely TripWalls of the Cave

ENCOREWilson > David BowieMore


I also have my show prints, as well as postcards and stubs available in my shop! joseeen.etsy.com

Setlist/notes © 1990-2022  The Mockingbird Foundation, Inc. and used with permission. A portion of profits from all setlists sold is donated to the Mockingbird Foundation.

Phish April MSG

I’m excited to present my print for Phish’s 4-day April run at Madison Square Garden in NYC. Continuing in the style of the New Yorker covers, this print was based on the March 13th, 1978 cover, originally painted by Saul Steinberg.
I recreated some elements of the original while altering others and included a few song references.

A small amount is available in my shop, and the rest will be available on 4/22 at the NYC PhanArt show at the Stewart Hotel

All the images were originally small gouache paintings which were then scanned and digitally arranged to create the final poster.

I was unsure if I wanted to base my poster on a New Yorker cover as I had done with the initial New Years’ MSG poster for the canceled NYE shows. I was getting many messages about it and eventually chose to humor the thought. I looked at hundreds of different covers trying to find something that would interest me and eventually came across one of Saul Steinberg’s covers. I found a grittiness in his work that encapsulates the feeling of New York City. I also enjoyed how it’s the polar opposite of my NYE poster.


The print measures 12×18 and is printed on 100 lb gloss cover paper, printed by Fireball Printing in Philadelphia. Each print is signed and numbered and limited to an edition of 200. Each print ships with bonus stickers, postcards, or prints added to each order. A portion from each print will be donated to Mockingbird Foundation.


Since tickets this year are digital, I decided to create some ticket stubs for the shows! A lot of people collect stubs, especially the Phish PTBM tickets, which contain amazing art. I based the tickets on the PTBM dimensions and even included a barcode that actually scans, and directs you to that night’s setlist via phish.net! At the moment these will only be available at the PhanArt show on 4/22, but I hope to get more made and available in my shop after the MSG run.

Ticket Stubs!
Postcards!

Phish Mexico 2022

First Setlist art of the year! I’m excited to be at it again, with some small changes and new artwork! I’ll be making these prints available as a set of four 8.5 x 11 prints. You can purchase prints here: Phish Riviera Maya 2022

2/23/22 Soundcheck

JamSample in a JarDog LogGhost

2/24/22

SET 1The LizardsThe Moma Dance > Peaches en RegaliaI Never Needed You Like This BeforeFunky Bitch > Tweezer -> Piper -> Soul Planet -> Meat > The Howling > ShadeEvolveTube > Sigma OasisSand

ENCORESo Damn LuckyThe MakerTweezer Reprise

This show featured two bustouts: Peaches en Regalia, which was performed for the first time since July 22, 2017 (138 shows), and The Maker, which was performed for the first time since October 15, 1994 (997 shows). So Damn Lucky also made its Phish debut at this show. Tweezer contained Freddie’s Dead teases from Trey and The Lizards teases from Trey and Page. Trey teased Tweezer in Soul Planet and Tube. Trey teased Smoke on the Water in Meat. The encore featured Dave Matthews on guitar and vocals.


SET 1Say It To Me S.A.N.T.O.S.Ghost > FreeBack on the TrainHalley’s Comet -> Say It To Me S.A.N.T.O.S. -> (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction > Also Sprach Zarathustra > Chalk Dust Torture

SET 2Down with Disease > Backwards Down the Number Line > CariniA Song I Heard the Ocean Sing

ENCOREWading in the Velvet SeaRun Like an Antelope

This show contained the Phish debut of (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction, albeit a partial version containing only the first verse and chorus. The unfinished Down with Disease’s lyrics were changed to reference “sand” and “beach.” Trey teased Wading in the Velvet Sea in Antelope.


SET 1AxillaTwist -> Your Pet Cat > Divided SkyMullWolfman’s Brother > Cavern

SET 2Set Your Soul Free > Simple -> Scents and Subtle Sounds > Crosseyed and Painless -> Waste > Blaze On

ENCOREThe WedgeSleeping Monkey > Slave to the Traffic Light

Axilla contained the Axilla II ending. Trey teased the theme from Speed Racer in Twist. Trey asked Chris Kuroda to turn off the lights during the pause in Divided Sky, and said “don’t shine that thing in my face.” Sleeping Monkey was dedicated to their hosts and the beautiful beings that welcomed Phish to their home and contained a Shipwreck quote.


SET 1Fat Man in the BathtubMike’s Song > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove46 DaysRiftIf I Could > My Friend, My Friend > Clear Your Mind > Split Open and MeltSuzy Greenberg

SET 2No Men In No Man’s Land > Everything’s Right > Prince Caspian > Beneath a Sea of Stars Part 1 > Golden Age > Lonely TripHarry Hood

ENCOREA Life Beyond The DreamFirst Tube

Fat Man in the Bathtub was performed for the first time since December 30, 2010 (386 shows). After Weekapaug, Trey quoted a line from Silence of the Lambs and Page added a Shipwreck quote. My Friend My Friend did not contain the “Myfe” ending. Trey teased on Broadway in Melt. Trey teased San-Ho-Zay and Third Stone From the Sun in NMINML.

Setlist/notes © 1990-2022  The Mockingbird Foundation, Inc. and used with permission. A portion of profits from all setlists sold is donated to the Mockingbird Foundation.