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The return of the Phish phenomenon

The legendary jam band reunites, igniting fans who see themselves as much more - a community

Phish fan Chris Prinos poses with various Phish posters at his home in Maynard. He designed the poster he is holding. Phish fan Chris Prinos poses with various Phish posters at his home in Maynard. He designed the poster he is holding. (Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe)
By Adam Conner-Simons
Globe Correspondent / May 24, 2009

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At 10 a.m. on Jan. 30, Live Nation opened its online box office for the highly anticipated summer tour of Phish, the four-piece Vermont-based rock outfit that reunited in March after a five-year hiatus. Within minutes, millions of requests flooded the site and every single seat for all 15 concerts had sold out. Less than 24 hours later, tickets to ... (Full article: 1302 words)

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