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Published: 2011/10/13

Jon Fishman’s General Store

During Phish’s break-up period, Jon Fishman moved to Maine and worked on his own Elderflower Farm. Now, Fishman will invest even more in his local economy. Along with his wife, the Phish drummer plans to re-open a general store nearby in Lincolnville, Maine. The couple also hopes to host a farmers market outside the general stores on Saturdays. The Fishman family’s efforts are part of a plan to help revitalize and green the Lincolnville-area. More information on Fishman’s store can be found in the Bangor Daily News.

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Walter October 19, 2011, 21:59:37

Shut the fuck up Donny!

Auth February 11, 2012, 19:25:39

if your tnkailg about “significant irreverence” then Carini is great but what about The Curtain? thats like pure silliness haha and an epic song.

Ddog March 15, 2012, 07:36:25

... For your edification, Donny, In the very OPENING sentence they say: “During Phish’s break-up period, Jon Fishman moved to Maine and worked on his own Elderflower Farm.”... Not only that, they go on to saying “Along with his wife, the Phish drummer plans to re-open a general store nearby in Lincolnville, Maine.” Do they need to capitalize every letter in PHISH so it jumps out at you my friend? You should make sure you read things thoroughly before making an asinine comment like the one you did. Epic fail on your part… Cheerio

Dave Grippo October 13, 2011, 21:24:12

If there’s one guy who knows how to “green” the town its johnny b fishman

Cory October 14, 2011, 08:06:36

so headdy

Mr. Minor October 14, 2011, 10:11:36

Hey Fish – you slacked me on my peas and carrots!

Timbo Slice October 14, 2011, 11:37:12

love the article – love that they do not mention anything about Phish inthe article. Love that is seems his family is legitimately invested in the community with the farm, the store and his wife being on the school board. Great stuff.

Sharkspeer October 14, 2011, 15:08:06

What a great idea. It’s wonderful to love a band who loves their fans and communities.

donny October 17, 2011, 03:28:31

that article is funny. Talk about burying the lead. How can a newspaper run a story like this and not mention that the man involved in re-opening the store is the drummer for a HUGE band called Phish. What a complete joke of a news story. Oh, by the way, the money came from one of the most successful touring bands of the last 20 years. Just an FYI. They don’t ONCE mention that he just happens to be in a band called Phish? #epicfail

justlilolme October 17, 2011, 10:35:32

donny….it’s a jamband magazine article. The readers MIGHT already know fish is in phish.

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