Think - Feel - Reflect
Pete's 300-page, dramatic, true-story about going on the road following Phish from 1994 - 1998. The definitive fan's perspective on the Phish experience: the drugs, lot scene, what it's really like backstage, and every facet in between.
Pete Pidgeon’s ‘Hampton 98’ is a story of survival that also happens to be the most insightful account of the late 90s Phish scene and the people, sounds, landscapes and scenarios that inundated our journeys.
— Glide Magazine
Replete with beautiful, as well as daunting, moments, this account is expressed in excruciatingly painful detail as our author treks through this memorable run and thankfully lives to tell the tale.
— Surrender to the Flow Magazine
Not only is Pete Pidgeon an extremely talented singer, songwriter, and guitarist, but he is also a great storyteller. [‘Hampton 98’] reads like Hunter S. Thompson - music, parties, drugs, and hardships all blend together in a psychedelic smoothie.
— The Buzz Magazine