Last year, Mike Gordon and Leo Kottke reunited to release “Noon”, which marked their first album together in 15 years. Now they’re breaking another dry spell by touring together for the first time in 16 years.
Phish has rescheduled their 2020 tour to this year. In fact, the jam band heroes will have two outings this year with a summer and fall tour. Mike Gordon and the crew will be spending much of the tour with multi-night stays in cities across the U.S.
Steve Bailey, John Patitucci, and Victor Wooten are continuing their weekly bass webinar this Thursday. The “Pick Bass and Beyond” roundtable discussion is slated to include some of the most prominent pick players of our instrument.
For the first time in fifteen years, the duo of guitarist Leo Kottke and Phish bassist Mike Gordon have released a new album together. “Noon” features eleven new tracks by the duo including originals and covers.
Steve Bailey and Victor Wooten are continuing their Zoom webinar series this week with a roundtable of rock legends. The free event takes place tomorrow and will feature Justin Chancellor, Mike Gordon, Stefan Lessard, and Mike Inez.
Though the jam band juggernaut Phish announced their fifteenth album, “Sigma Oasis,” on April 1st, it was not one of the band’s notorious pranks. The new record is their first since 2016’s “Big Boat.”
Relix just published this video from a 2006 show at The Jammys, and it is our kind of video. In this clip, Les Claypool, Mike Gordon, and Phil Lesh team up for this performance of “D’s Diner.”
Phish bassist Mike Gordon will be heading out on a new tour this winter with his solo band. The news comes shortly after Phish announced a quick tour in November and December.
Mike Gordon and Phish have announced a quick jaunt for the fall with seven dates focusing on the East Coast. In other news, Gordon shared a photo of himself with Leo Kottke with the caption “Studio daze” on his Facebook page.
Jam fans get ready: Phish has announced a 26-date tour for this summer. The band, anchored as always by bass great Mike Gordon, will kick the trek off June 11th.
Phish bassist Mike Gordon is taking his solo band back out on the road for a spring 2019 tour. His group will once again include guitarist Scott Murawski, keyboardist Robert Walter, drummer John Kimock, and percussionist Craig Myers. Gordon’s touring repertoire as of late has included songs from his latest album, OGOGO, as well as new covers ranging from Spencer...
Phish has announced their touring plans with a fourteen-show outing that will bounce around the United States. Anchored by bassist Mike Gordon, the iconic jam band will kick things off in Albany, New York before heading to Virginia, Tennessee, Illinois, and Nevada. Each location will have at least two nights of music. The news expands upon their existing summer dates...