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Arts have always contributed to the aesthetics of this world. The world history remains incomplete without the mention of painters, poets, writers and musicians who defined life in a new way. Being sensitive, the artists have always capitalized on subtle themes that are not so visible to the rest of the world. Emotions have always been at the center of an artist’s expression, and he or she endeavors to give a new meaning to the delicacies of human nature. Perhaps it is a musician who best addresses the emotional instincts of a man in his or her music symphonies, they being a more attractive medium for the audience!
Most acclaimed for his association with the rock band Phish, Trey Anastasio is an American vocalist, composer and guitarist. He has composed 152 original songs for the same band, 140 out of whom have earned him solo credit. On the Rolling Stone List (2003) of the 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time, he has been ranked number 73. He was the son of an executive while his mother worked as an author / editor for Sesame Street magazine. As a youth, Anastasio started playing the drums as a youth and then turned to guitar in teen age. It was in school that he started writing music with such songs as “Golgi Apparatus” that made him discover his artistic self. When he joined senior high school, Anastasio, he attended music classes which helped him in composing such singles as “Run Like an Antelope”, “Suzy Greenberg”, “Dinner and a Movie”, “Fluffhead” and “Slave to the Traffic Light”. That was also the time when he went ahead with forming his first two bands Space Antelope and Red Tide.
After high school, Trey Anastasio did his major in philosophy at the University of Vermont where he met like-minded individuals like Mike Gordon, Jeff Holdsworth and Jon Fishman. Together, they formed Phish in 1983. The group played an ROTC dance in December 1983 and also performed a series of songs like “Proud Mary” and “Long Cool Woman”. Since the group was very raw at that time, they used hockey sticks as mic stands. When they were still at the University, Anastasio also acted as the host of a radio program “Ambient Alarm Clock” broadcasted early morning.
Due to some misconduct, Trey Anastasio was suspended for one semester from college. During that time he joined classes at Mercer County Community College where he bumped into an old friend. Another person who attended the same college was Marc Daubert who later on served as percussionist in Phish. A pianist was also inspired by the proceedings of Phish and formed an alliance in autumn 1985. All this time, Trey Anastasio started learning music composition secrets from composer Ernie Stires who imparted him all that which helped him in his later music career. He then created the symphonies for a song “The Man Who Stepped into Yesterday” for a project. Finally, he passed from the University with a degree in creative writing.
Though Trey Anastasio started releasing his albums after that but let’s explore some of his latest works. “The Horseshoe Curve” was an album he released in July 2007 while being signed with Rubber Jungle Records. In August the same year, he appeared at a Dave Matthews Band’s show and joined in with the band for their number “Lie In Our Graves”. He then performed a full show in October 2007 at the Glens Falls Civic Center, New York Due to his music contributions he was awarded a ‘Lifetime Achievement prize’ at the 2008 Jammys. For a Robert Randolph Band’s set, he appeared as a guest in June 2008. Anastasio’s music compositions moved the hearts of music enthusiasts, and at the Rothbury Music Festival in Michigan, he performed his earliest solo acoustic set. The finale included him pairing with bassist Mike Gordon for the two singles that later on were included in a Phish album: “Backwards Down the Number Line” and “Alaska”.
Trey Anastasio performed at the Music Hall of Williamsburg and played his first electric show (post-rehab). There he debuted his singles “Alaska”, “Gone”, “Peggy”, “Valentine” and “Light”. A few of these songs have also been included in the Phish live repertoire apart from finding way in studio releases. Anastasio played alongside Classic TAB at the All Points West festival at New Jersey. Some of the Phish singles that were played included “Heavy Things” and “Gotta Jibboo”, while the show was opened with “Sand”.
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