CLEVELAND, OH – Phish continued it’s 2011 Summer Tour this past weekend with a 3 night run across the midwest. We had a chance to catch up with the band at Blossom Music Center in Cuyahoga Falls State Park on Saturday night.
This showÂ featuredÂ a notable cover of Little Feats Rocket In My Pocket and a new debut song titled Steam written by Trey Anastasio & Tom Marshal.
First set highlights included Guyute and set closer Run Like An Antelope.
After a somewhat subdued first set Phish turned things up in the 2nd set with opener Birds Of A Feather, new song Steam (which I really enjoyed), and a high energy Lizard & a dirty Sneakin’ Sally Through The Ally.
Phish’s Summer tour continue’s tonight in Cincinnati, OH.
Stream the new debut song “Steam” from last nights show:
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Setlist via phish.net
Encore:Â Slave to the Traffic Light
 Streets of Cairo tease from Trey. Different band members’ names (Including Toph) mentioned before Esquandolas.
 Have Mercy and Lizards teases.
 Smoke on the Water tease.
Notes: This show marked the debut of Steam. Antelope featured a Streets of Cairo tease from Trey and saying different band members’ names (including Toph) before the “Esquandolas” lyric. Hood contained Have Mercy and Lizards teases and Character Zero contained a Smoke on the Water tease.