NEW YORK, Nov. 9 (UPI) -- Former Phish bandmates, two months after disbanding, are busy producing solo albums, recording with the likes of Herbie Hancock and performing for TV tapings.
Singer Trey Anastasio, bassist Mike Gordon, keyboardist Page McConnell and drummer Jon Fishman have kept a steady musical schedule since parting ways in September, Rollinstone.com reported Tuesday.
Trey Anastasio has recorded at his Vermont studio, The Barn, with numerous musical veterans, including Hancock, Chick Corea bassist John Patitucci and drummer Steve Jordan from the Blues Brothers and Keith Richards' band. Former Phish bandmates Gordon and Fishman also joined the sessions.
The Trey Anastasio Band recorded a segment for PBS' "Austin City Limits," set to air Jan. 15.
Gordon will return to the studio and the road in December, joining guitar legend Leo Kottke for a new record and touring for a set of holiday shows, including a New Year's gig at New York's B.B. King's.
McConnell will release "Vida Blue and the Spam Allstars -- Live at the Fillmore" Nov. 30, a DVD of a June 2004 performance with the keyboardist's Afro-funk band.