The house in northern Vermont that served as a rural hideaway for Trey Anastasio, the rehabilitated leader of the reunited Phish, is up for sale. The five-bedroom, four-and-a-half bath, 3,926-square-foot estate, located about 20 minutes outside of Burlington, sits on 259 acres and has dramatic views of Mount Mansfield and Camel’s Hump, two of the highest peaks in Vermont. Asking price: $1,699,000. And there’s a wetbar! More »
Less than four years since the members of Phish went their separate ways, Trey Anastasio is dropping hits about a potential reunion, noting that he would give his left nut to play “You Enjoy Myself” “five times in a row every day” until he dies. This forced me to consider turning off Crazy Rhythms so I could find a youtube of “You Enjoy Myself,” which I have never heard, and imagine what it would be like to perform the song five times in a row every day. Finally, between “Everybody’s Got Something To Hide (Except For Me And My Monkey)” and “Moscow Nights,” I did.
– Phish’s Trey Anastasio is expected to appear in an upstate New York court today to face felony drug charges stemming from his December 2006 arrest. He’ll address an outstanding 1988 warrant for “excessive noodling.” More »
An upstate New York television station is reporting former Phish lead singer Trey Anastasio had something extra in his car when he was busted with unprescribed painkillers a few weeks back: Ernest “Trey” Anastasio, the lead singer of the rock-jam band Phish, was in court in… More »
The Smoking Gun reports that Phish singer Trey Anastasio was arrested this morning in upstate New York for driving while intoxicated, and for carrying controlled substances– Xanax, Percocet, and Hydrocodone–without a prescription. More »