We've all heard Trey talk about Phish in print, audio and video, but his solo career has remained largely unexamined—until now. And with the return of live music, the time has come for fans to be alive again.
Based on 10 hours of interviews with Trey and interviews with 20 of his collaborators, Alive Again features Trey opening up about his solo career, including why he struck out on his own, the challenges he had with substance abuse, and the recovery that saved his life and has given him this new chapter.
In episode 4, Trey and his collaborators talk about Ghosts of the Forest, creating music during the quarantine, and the inception and execution of The Beacon Jams. Trey also talks about the Divided Sky Foundation and the new treatment center it is creating in Vermont.
Throughout the series, there are never before heard stories, insights, and lots of unreleased music. This is a must listen for any music fan who wants to hear from one of this generation's best musical minds. You can listen to episode 4 below, or subscribe to the series on Apple, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts.
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