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Phish is a band which has enjoyed considerable success in improvising using an eclectic mix of genres, including pop, jazz, blues, country, rock and folk. It was formed in 1983 at the University of Vermont. The lineup of Phish since 1985 has comprised of lead vocalist, Trey Anastasio, bass guitarist, Mike Gordon, Page McConnell on keyboard and drummer, Jon Fishman. Their first gig was at the University of Vermont in December 1983 under the name Blackwood Convention. Following a move to Goddard College, the band released its first studio recording in 1985. A second, 'The Man Who Stepped into Yesterday' was released in 1987. Following a series of sell-out performances, which increasingly involved audience participation, the band were signed by Elektra Records in 1991 and their first major studio release, 'A Picture of Nectar' came the following year. Over the next few years, the band toured both nationally and internationally with Violent Femmes and Carlos Santana. Their first RIAA certified gold album, 'A Live One', was released in the summer of 1995 and 'Billy Breathes', considered by the band and many others to be their greatest album, in the fall of 1996. It included 'Free' their most successful chart single to date. After a two-day festival to mark the new millennium, the band took a break in late 2000 returning on New Year’s Eve 2002 at Madison Square Garden. In 2004 fans were saddened to learn that Phish would break up after a summer tour. The final performance was attended by an estimated 65,000 people. During the break-up, the band members continued to perform individually. The Jammys Lifetime Achievement Award was presented to the band in May 2008 and the following year they played several reunion concerts. Since then Phish has continued to perform and record, releasing their most recent album, 'Big Bird' in October 2016.