Two Artists Supporting Final Studio Albums Collaborate at KeySpan
Jay-Z who recently announced that his latest studio effort, The Black Album would be his last, took the stage with Phish on Friday night at KeySpan Park in Brooklyn. The performer and producer (and label-owner and clothing designer) appeared with the group for two of his songs during the second set, 99 Problems and Big Pimpin’. Two night later at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Page McConnells father made what might well be his last guest appearance with the group, adding vocals and tap steps to ‘Won’t You Come Home Bill Bailey.’
Tonight 6:15 Phish will perform a few songs atop the marquee at the Ed Sullivan Theatre in New York City.