Enter The Barn
While perhaps not as groundbreaking as, say, when helped Nixon open up the Far East in the 1970s, Phish is opening the doors to its secluded Barn recording space. Along with Sirius Satellite Radio, the group is offering fans a chance to win an all expenses paid trip it its mythical recording space, as well as an autographed copy of its new CD/DVD release, Live In Brooklyn and an unreleased studio track recorded at The Barn before Phish parted ways in 2004. As many readers are no doubt aware, Phish recorded their final three studio albums, Farmhouse, Round Room and Undermind at the Barn and used the century-old building as its primary rehearsal space throughout the late-1990s and early-2000s. A number of other musicians have also recorded at the Barn in recent years, including Addison Groove Project, the Jazz Mandolin Project and Herbie Hancock.