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Published: 2017/10/02

Trey Anastasio Debuts Orchestral "More" with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra

Trey Anastasio wrapped up his two-show run playing with orchestras in Atlanta, teaming up with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra at Atlanta Symphony Hall and delivering another performance of original music arranged for the massive collective.

The night featured several of the same songs Anastasio presented with the Nashville Symphony Orchestra earlier in the week, with a couple additions. First, the band honored Anastasio, who would celebrate his birthday the following day, with a round of “Happy Birthday” to kick off the show.

The first set also featured Phish favorites like “First Tube,” “Divided Sky” and “Stash,” while the second frame was comprised of three longer Anastasio compositions, “Time Turns Elastic,” “Petrichor” and “You Enjoy Myself.” The guitarist then returned with the orchestra for an encore that featured the orchestral debut of “More” and “The Lizards” to round out the performance.

See the full setlist below and watch highlights from the night above and below.

Trey Anastasio & Atlanta Symphony Orchestra
Atlanta Symphony Hall, Atlanta, GA

Set I: Happy Birthday, First Tube, Brian and Robert, Divided Sky, Summer of ’89, What’s the Use?, Stash

Set II: Time Turns Elastic, Petrichor, You Enjoy Myself

Enc: More, The Lizards


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