Say what you will about Phish, but you sure know who they are. Formed in the 1980s at the University of Vermont, they billed themselves as a Grateful Dead cover band, under the name Blackwood Convention. This didn’t last long, though. The band quickly evolved following the adoption of the moniker Phish, becoming a jam band of sorts. They maintained a dedicated following through the ’90s, after the release of the double album Junta. Their live performances quickly became more and more complex, spawning a unique “language” that involved musical cues and call and response. They just released their 16th studio album, Big Boat, are on a national tour and are playing with the same lineup they always have been. Besides, if Bernie likes them, they can’t be that bad, right?