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The Phish Companion

The Phish Companion:
Second Edition
Author Mockingbird Foundation
Country United States
Language English
Series The Phish Companion
Subject Biography, History, Reference
Publisher Mockingbird Foundation
Publication date
July 2004
Media type Paperback
Pages 928
OCLC 55016620
782.42166/092/2 21
LC Class ML421.P565 P47 2004
Preceded by The Phish Companion: First Edition

The Phish Companion is an encyclopedia about the band Phish. The first edition was published in 2000, with a second edition released around the time of Phish's breakup in 2004.

The Companion was produced by fans of the band, on a volunteer-basis and for charity, under the auspices of the nonprofit Mockingbird Foundation. Content includes song histories, setlists, essays, poetry, an index of lyrics, interviews, and more. Proceeds, of which over $600,000 has already been disbursed through 193 grants, benefit music education for children.[1] Contributors include Kevin Shapiro, Tom Marshall, Mike Gordon, and all of the people who taught each of the band members how to play music, as well as over 1,500 named fans.


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