Tag: Phish

The Great American Road Trip: Phish, Part 1

Phish tour in full effect! The first report from our intrepid road team. Watch for them on tour!

Posted in Tour Journals

Volunteers Take “The Great American Roadtrip” Registering Voters

HeadCount is hitting the road this summer with Dave Matthews Band, Wilco, Phish and Furthur.

Posted in News, Tour Journals

New App Brings Iconic Music Photography to Your iPad

A new app allows you to peer into the mind of legendary music photographer Danny Clinch.

Posted in Trends in Music and Society

Volunteer of the Month: Eytan Bernet

Another amazing volunteer helping us rock! Check out the HeadCount Volunteer of the Month!

Posted in Volunteer of the Month

Volunteer of the Month: Charlie Blatt

Sayin’ thanks to HeadCount’s Volunteer of the Month, Charlie Blatt!

Posted in News, HeadCount Community

Interview: Mock Show Founder Jason Kaczorowski

The greatly anticipated ‘Da Mock Show comes to Chicago next week. We sat down with Jason Kaczorowski – photographer, Phish fan and organizer of the event – to hear what it’s all about.

Posted in Music and Activism

Personal Liberty Issue Update: Guns, More Guns, and Trey Anastasio

How the NRA plans to expand Second Amendment rights, why the Feds have been selling assault rifles to Mexican drug cartels, and why Phish front-man Trey Anastasio was given an award for his work on promoting drug courts.

Posted in Personal Liberty, Music and Activism, Issue Updates

Trey Anastasio Given Award by National Association of Drug Court Professionals

Phish’s Trey Anastasio won an award this week from the National Association of Drug Court Professionals. He also got a standing ovation unlike any he’s ever received.

Posted in Music and Activism, Trends in Music and Society

Chris and Keely’s Festival Adventure Part 2: Super Ball IX

Before Super Ball, HeadCount’s festival team leader Keely Gerhold has been to a grand total of ZERO Phish shows. Here, she recounts her experience.

Posted in HeadCount Community, Tour Journals

Interview: The Rex Foundation’s Sandy Sohcot

Rarely does one associate football with the movement of the Grateful Dead. However, on August 9th thousands of Dead fans stormed Giants Stadium for a sold out game to celebrate the legacy of guitarist Jerry Garcia. Responsible for this “Grateful Game” was none other than the Rex Foundation

Posted in Uncategorized, Interviews, Music and Activism