Pebbles and Marbles was played at 1.26% of live Phish shows.
It was last played October 26, 2021, which was 13 shows ago.
There have been 548 shows since the live debut.
“Pebbles and Marbles” has been played approximately once every 79.4 shows.
Since its debut, “Pebbles and Marbles” has been played, on average, once every 22.8 shows.
It was played 24 time(s) at the following show(s):
|Date||Venue||Gap||Set||Song Before||Song After||Notes||Comments|
|2003-01-03||Hampton Coliseum||1358||1||Foam||YEM||Phish debut.|
|2003-02-16||Thomas & Mack Center||4||1||Poor Heart||***|
|2003-02-20||Allstate Arena||2||2||Seven Below||***|
|2003-02-25||First Union Spectrum||4||2||Sparkle||***|
|2003-07-17||Verizon Wireless Amphitheate...||11||1||Dirt||Strange Design|
|2003-08-03||Loring Commerce Centre||13||2||Mist||YEM|
|2004-04-17||Thomas & Mack Center||11||2||Meatstick||> Caspian|
|2004-06-23||Verizon Wireless Music Center||6||1||Ya Mar||Army of One|
|2004-08-12||Tweeter Center at the Waterf...||7||1||Horn||***|
|2009-08-07||The Gorge||26||1||Ocelot||> Possum|
|2009-11-29||Cumberland County Civic Center||18||2||Crimes of the Mind >||> 2001|
|2010-10-16||North Charleston Coliseum||43||1||Uncle Pen||Cavern|
|2012-06-28||Klipsch Music Center||12||1||The Old Home Place||Weigh|
|2013-07-16||Verizon Wireless Amphitheatr...||34||1||Possum||Ocelot|
|2013-08-04||Bill Graham Civic Auditorium||12||1||Train Song||***|
|2014-08-03||Verizon Wireless Amphitheatr...||44||1||555||The Line|
|2019-07-14||Alpine Valley||9||1||Spock's Brain||Glide|
|2019-12-08||North Charleston Coliseum||11||e||***||Beneath a Sea of Stars Part 1|
|2021-10-26||Santa Barbara Bowl||11||1||***||-> Makisupa||Unfinished.|
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