Name your poisson

MUSIC DISH, January 1, 2002, Phish is a Burlington, Vermont-based guitar, bass, keys, and drum band formed in 1983. Its members met in college in Vermont and since those … Continue Reading →

Top Seller at HGMN

Top From the Home Grown Music Network’s inaugural 2001 Home Grown Awards, announced 12/14/01: CUSTOMER’S CHOICE – Sharin’ in the Groove: Celebrating the Music of Phish – How appropriate that … Continue Reading →

Westlake gets grant

From the Santa Cruz (CA) Sentinel, 11/4/01, p. A-13, “Westlake gets grant for music program”: The Mockingbird Foundation of Soquel has awarded Westlake Elementary School a $5,000 grant. The grant … Continue Reading →

Burlington Free Press

BURLINGTON (VT) FREE PRESS November 1, 2001 VYO plays on Phish tribute album It was a night they’ll never forget. When the 83 members of the Vermont Youth Orchestra … Continue Reading →

Phish Fans Help Mentoring Program

“Phish fans help mentoring program”, 8/18/01 Times Union (Albany, NY): The Schenectady Symphony Orchestra will expand its mentoring programs into Shenendehowa High School’s music room after recently receiving a $5,000 … Continue Reading →

Ice Praises Sharin’

ICE MAGAZINE, July 2001,, “Ice Cubes” The Mockingbird Foundation, the non-profit Phish organization maintained by fans, unleashes a double-disc tribute album for the group on June 26. Entitled Sharing … Continue Reading →

Return sought of music…

THE PRESS-ENTERPRISE (Riverside, CA) June 16, 2001 Return sought of music at schools EDUCATION; Officials focus on grants and donations for Yucaipa and Calimesa elementary schools. Youngsters in Yucaipa … Continue Reading →

Making the Music Play

POST STAR, June 10, 2001, Making the Music Pay Local Phish-Loving Couple Raising Cash and Giving It Away QUEENSBURY — As the band members of Phish swim their separate … Continue Reading →

California Lawyer

CALIFORNIA LAWYER Magazine, February 2001 (p. 19),, “Good Works” Rarely do good works start in bars — at least not the type where rock bands blast away while college … Continue Reading →

Everybody’s a Star

PUBLISHERS WEEKLY, September 18, 2000, “Performing arts is definitely a niche, a small part of the entire publishing business,” says Matt Kelsey, publisher of Miller Freeman, which this month … Continue Reading →