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A weekly Phish podcast dedicated to playing underrated and/or lesser heard Phish concerts as a whole. Hosted by Twenty8, Fee's Cavern will bring you deep into the catalog of audience recordings you may have passed by or simply not yet explored.

Jun 15, 2018

When show anniversaries pop-up, one of the coolest is The OJ Show. But what about the shows that precede it? Often overlooked is the run of shows that started the tour leading up to that night. Today's podcast is a great example of the phenomenon of looking past greatness to get to the juice. Some real treats hide in...


May 10, 2018

Just another show from a condo complex... what?  This show rocks from start to stop, making it far from underrated. However, it did not find wide circulation until the BitTorrent era began. The first set displays a band playing at the top of their game, with a fantastic Runaway Jim opener and three jam chart...


May 2, 2018

Pre-show rain causes a change of location within the same venue. This show starts solidly before a great Stash and mid-set Squirming Coil. Set two makes an interesting listen with deft playing and a nasty, short Down With Disease. The back of the set features a fantastic Harpua and a gorgeous take on Slave to The...


Apr 24, 2018

A night in Charlotte full of highlights.  The first frame starts with four well played numbers before hitting its stride with a bustout and a gorgeous Slave to the Traffic Light.  Set two opens with crowd interaction, contains a monster David Bowie and a fun Forbin's Mockingbird.


Apr 10, 2018

Showing no ill effects from a fall and wearing an ankle brace, Trey is on his game this show. Set one features impressive bookend numbers and some intense jamming in Split Open and Melt. Set two is extra strength: the intensity of the first four songs, a rare Fishman tune, and a colossal Hood to close one heck of a...