CEG & L4LM Presents
A PHISH After-Party with The Schooley Mountain Band
12:30am Show (Technically 12/30)
Early Bird Tickets= $10 (Limited Available)- SOLD OUT
General Admission $12-$15 in advance, $15 day of show if available
Once again, Phish has announced a four night run of shows at Madison Square Garden to ring in the New Year, December 28, 2017 through December 31, 2017. Creative Entertainment Group (CEG) will once again produce their annual series of Phish After-Parties which will also include Phish Pre-Parties this year. The series will take place at multiple New York City venues near Madison Square Garden, catering to Phish Heads from all over the country who come to town for the run. These shows will feature a wide variety of esteemed musicians from the notable among jamband fans to Grammy- Award winners. Each band will start after Phish finishes at MSG with the exception of Jazz is PHSH Pre-Party, which will start and end prior to the Phish show on Saturday, December 30th. In addition to Jazz is PHSH, the initial Phish After Party line-up includes The Chillfam Allstars A Tribute to Michael Jackson (Featuring members of Trey Anastasion Band, Eric Krasno Band, Pink Talking Fish, Turkuaz and more), VT stalwarts Dead Sessions, and The Marcus King Band. More Phish Pre-Parties and After-Parties will be announced soon. Check
www.phishafterparties.com for details.
The Schooley Mountain Band is a NYC / New Jersey based blues-rock experience. Founded in 2012 by cousins Madison Gerish (vocals, acoustic guitar) and Michael Rieckert (lead guitar), the SMB delivers soulful, melodic vocals over driving and groovy jams. While The Schooley Mountain Band’s material is rooted in front-woman Madison Gerish’s early career as an acoustic singer/songwriter, it has since progressed into a dynamic and high energy sound, without abandoning Gerish’s melodic folk origins.
Improvisation meets existential story telling, making The SMB the heart and soul of the NYC jam rock scene.
Escape today’s trials and tribulations in the flowing and growing sonic space The Schooley Mountain Band continues to develop.