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Sunday, September 22

Grateful Music will be giving away a 3-Day pass to Atlantic City! Stay tuned for details!

 Musical costume is a term for the band Phish's elaborate Halloween concerts that involved the band performing an entire album by another artist and including it as the second of three sets. For the 1994 and 1995 Halloween shows, Phish fans were able to vote via newsletter for their choice in which album was to be played. Fans were invited to wear Halloween costumes and take part in costume contests and were given a "Phishbill" which identify the album and the band's relationship to it.
Six official musical costumes were played by Phish in their original 21-year run, plus one surprise performance of Pink Floyd's The Dark Side of the Moon on November 2, 1998--just two days after the band performed the music of The Velvet Underground. The band has played a total of eleven times on Halloween night: 1986, 1987, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1998, 2009, and 2010 with audience costume contests being part of the 1990, 1994, and 2010 shows.
During their comeback year of 2009, Phish performed the Rolling Stones' album Exile on Main Street as part of Phish Festival 8 at Indio, California. In 2010, they covered Little Feat's album "Waiting For Columbus" in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
Four shows have been released in their entirety as Live Phish Volume 13, which included the 1994 cover of The Beatles' White Album; 14, which included the 1995 cover of The Who's Quadrophenia; 15, which included the 1996 cover of Talking Heads' Remain in Light, and 16, which included the 1998 cover of The Velvet Underground's Loaded.
Phish will be back in Atlantic City  this Oct 31-Nov 2nd....who they will cover is a mystery and we have 1 THREE DAY PASS to give away.
Stay Tuned.....
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