Pinky Kravitz Thinks Phish Will Do Halloween in Atlantic City
Atlantic City radio talk show host Pink Kravitz thinks that Phish will be playing in his city on Halloween. Kravitz—who is the father of famed rock photographer Jeff Kravitz—wrote an article in his Pinky’s Corner blog suggesting that there is a “strong rumor” that the band will perform at Atlantic City’s Boardwalk Hall over Halloween weekend.
While this is currently just a rumor, Phish did play their 2010 Halloween run at the Atlantic City venue. At the time, Kravitz predicted that the band would cover Led Zeppelin for their “musical costume,” but the group ended up playing Little Feat’s Waiting for Columbus instead. However, Phish did tease Led Zeppelin throughout the weekend as a nod to Kravitz’s rumor that one of their albums would be covered. For what it’s worth, Kravitz still wants Phish to cover Zeppelin, but he falls short of outright predicting it.
Phish has covered a number of albums throughout the years, often on Halloween. Past covers have included The Who’s Quadrophenia, Talking Heads’ Remain In Light, The Velvet Underground’s Loaded and The Rolling Stones’ Exile on Main Street.