The Phish leader has revealed Paper Wheels will arrive on Oct. 30 via Rubber Jungle/ATO Records.
If more than 60 percent of your wardrobe is tie-dyed, today might be the most important day of the year: Phish just revealed their summer touring plans.
Do they make tie-dyed tuxedos?
Valentine's Day won't be here until early next year, but that didn't stop Trey Anastasio from dropping a new video for 'Valentine,' the most recent single off the Phish frontman's latest solo album, 'Traveler.' The digitally generated 'Valentine' clip features an animated version of the flannel-clad, bearded and bespectacled Trey as he goes on some extensive travels over mountains, across oceans and far, far beyond.
Being pigeonholed as a noodling jam-band guitarist has got to take a toll on a well-rounded guy like Trey Anastasio. He’s fronted Phish for almost 30 years; for more than half of that time, they’ve been the leaders of the Hacky Sack pack. Anastasio has tried more than once to put everything Phish behind him, but -- like the exasperated Michael Corleone of ‘The Godfather: Part III’ -- just when he thinks he’s out, he’s pulled back in.
The song 'Let Me Lie' will be featured on Trey Anastasio's forthcoming seventh solo album, 'Traveler,' but while it's a new recording, it's not exactly a new tune. In fact, the Phish frontman has been playing 'Let Me Lie' for years, teaming up with a diverse variety of musical collaborators -- from his own Trey Anastasio Band and the Scorchio Quartet to the Los Angeles Philharmonic and the Denver Symphony Orchestra -- employing an equally diverse variety of instrumentation.
-- Trey Anastasio brought in members of the National and Mates of State to guest on his next solo album, 'Traveler,' which was helmed by producer Peter Katis. "I wanted to work with Peter because he is a master at creating a sonic landscape," the Phish frontman says of the disc, which drops Oct...