Holly Bowling Debuts Phish’s “Miss You” In Honor Of A Lost Life [Audio]

first_imgHolly Bowling is unlike anyone else on the road right now. Playing the music of Phish and the Grateful Dead, the classically-trained pianist captivates audiences nationwide with her takes on jam band giants. Recently, she stopped by the River Street Jazz Cafe in Plains, Pennsylvania to honor the life of Jeff Haraschack.The set included special guest appearances from Mike Miz and Justin Mazer on “Bird Song,” which lead into “Estimated Prophet” and into the debut of “Miss You” from Phish’s most recent Big Boat. “Miss You” was written by Trey Anastasio for his late sister, who passed away in 2009. Relatable to all in the room, it was a beautiful nod to the fans there to celebrate the life of their friend.Set List: Holly Bowling | River Street Cafe | Plain, PA | 3/15/17Buried Alive, Cold Rain & Snow > Bathtub Gin > Piper > Steam> * If I Could, Stella Blue **, Bird Song > *** Estimated > Miss You #E: China Cat Sunflower > I Know you Rider# first time preformed by Holly* w/ Piper tease** w/ Mike Miz & Justin Mazer*** w/ Cold Rain & Snow tease[cover photo via Holly Bowling Facebook]last_img

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