Relix Editor-in-Chief Dean Budnick writes and hosts a new podcast from producer/director C13Originals chronicling the impact of iconic touring bands on music culture, the industry, fans and more.
The first season covers the career of Phish, its fans and the impact the band has had on music and arts over the past 30 years. The show is currently in its first season and is available on all podcasting platforms.
Episodes are released each Wednesday. The first two installments take a look at the many Phish festivals and their impact on other festivals. Trey Anastasio and Page McConnell are interviewed, along with first Phish manager John Paluska and “first fan” Amy Skelton. Future episodes feature a discussion of the taping scene surrounding the band and an interview with NYS Music Editor-in-Chief and PhanArt owner Pete Mason, who discusses the community and the art scene that has developed around the band.
Phans can tune in to “Long May They Run” on Apple Podcasts other podcasting platforms.