If you want a big show, you call on the man with 1,000 names; Jon Fishman. From June 1990 through 1995 a Fishman song was a given most nights. After the band got the cowbell funk in 1997 his appearances became fewer and fewer. In 3.0 getting a Fishman song is a coveted experience and here are 9 reasons why.
50 Ways to Leave Your Lover
Fishman tells Trey to hop in the back Jack and then marches to the beat of Steve Gadd’s classic drum beat while giving a soulful take on the Paul Simon classic 50 Ways To Leave Your Lover
In a room full of musical tunes where some rhyme and some ching, Fishman’s love of Pink Floyd era Syd Barrett is legendary. One of 5 Syd Barrett penned compositions Fishman has done, this is Barrett at his weirdest.
A song Fishman sings when he wants Neil Diamond’s Cracklin’ Rosie also lets him crash the cymbals while whipping the crowd into a Diamondesque frenzy.
Getting Jiggy Wit It Fishman had the fever for the flavor of a crowd pleaser one night in Hampton and we got this unique take on Will Smith’s comeback classic Getting Jiggy Wit It.
If I Only Had A Brain
Maybe Fishman had you thinking of things you'd never thunk before when he reprised this Harold Arlen / Yip Harburg song from The Wizard Of Oz.
Fishman only wants to see you laughing in the Purple Rain. One of Fish’s most beloved covers and a fitting ode to Price.
When Fishman gets that feeling we get this Marvin Gaye classic.
Does Fishman see what he is doing to me? The King has never been honored more than when Fishman steps up and leads us through this 1969 comeback hit for Elvis Presely.
Why Don't We Do It In The Road
We only got to do it in the road four times. The first on Halloween 1994 and what a ride it was.