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Are Phish the world's best forgotten jam band?

Solo festivals, seven-hour-plus sets and fanatical followers: meet the world’s biggest jam band

The phenomenal success of Phish is one of the more curious tales in rock. Often ignored or derided by swathes of the US music press, utterly invisible in the UK, the quartet nevertheless boast an army of fans, swapping live recordings and shoring up a vast online community. Phish gross an average of $1.5 million a night and are so big that they host enormous multi-day festivals with only themselves on the bill.

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