Phish’s Baker’s Dozen Night 1 – The Band Cooks Up a Magical Night

Pop Break Live: Phish’s Baker’s Dozen, Night 1, July 21, 2017 at Madison Square Garden in New York City

Phish’s Baker’s Dozen run at Madison Square Garden in New York City has been one of the most talked about shows of Summer 2017. The iconic band’s 13 show running stretching from mid-to-late July to early August has been the buzz of the jam scene, and for Phish-heads alike.

The band kicked things off on Friday night, July 21. The night was a mix of Phish originals, and covers — some from Trey Anastasio’s work outside the band, and from some familiar and not familiar faces. Trey covers included “Pigtails,” and “Everything’s Right;” while the band also played Junior Senior’s “Shake Your Coconuts,” Josh White’s “Timber,” David Bowie’s “Moonage Daydream,” and “Coconut” by Harry Nilsson.

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Pop Break’s Matt Heasley caught the band in action.

Set 1:
Shake Your Coconuts (Junior Senior cover)
Martian Monster
Timber (Josh White cover)
555
Pigtail (Trey Anastasio song)
Halfway to the Moon
Reba
Moonage Daydream (David Bowie cover)
Walls of the Cave

Set 2:
Tweezer
Seven Below
Billy Breathes
Sparkle
Everything’s Right (Trey Anastasio Band cover)
Slave to the Traffic Light
Suzy Greenberg
Coconut (Harry Nilsson cover)

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