We’re welcoming instrumental jam band Cousin Fungus to the Jam Session family today! Cousin Fungus hails from Port Washington, Long Island. The band initially flourished as Stash in the mid-late 90s, and was considered by many to be the best Phish cover band of the time. They’ve since developed a catalog of about 100 original tunes, and perform around the US. If you like what you hear, check out Cousin Fungus over on Facebook, where they often do Facebook Live jam sessions. We’ve got a 3-track spotlight on their album “Thoughts Of A Moth,” plus tunes from some of our faves like Dangermuffin, Gov’t Mule, decker., and Pimps of Joytime.
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