The self-proclaimed “Funkiest All-Star Tribute in Show Business” aka The James Brown Dance Party, and the all-instrumental tribute Jazz Is Phsh have announced some late-night festivities each night after Phish closes out their shows at Chicago’s Wrigley Field. At the helm of both acts are Strange Design’s brotherly duo Adam and Matthew Chase, who will be bringing along a cast of musicians ranging from James Casey (Trey Anastasio Band), Eric “Benny” Bloom (Lettuce), Chris DeAngelis (Kung Fu, The Breakfast), Freekbass (The Original J.B.’s, Bootsy Collins Band), Elise Testone, and more.Both shows will take place at the House of Blues Chicago, with Jazz Is Phsh playing the venue on Friday, June 24th, and The James Brown Dance Party taking over on Saturday, June 25th. Ticket for both shows are currently on sale. Check out the full lineup for each night below.Purchase tickets to Jazz Is Phsh on 6/24 HERE. Purchase tickets to The James Brown Dance Party 6/25 HERE. For info on other Phish after parties head over HERE.Jazz Is Phsh – “An All-Star Instrumental Tribute to Phish”Feat. Members of Trey Anastasio Band, Lettuce, Kung Fu & moreFull Lineup:James Casey (Trey Anastasio Band)Eric “Benny” Bloom (Lettuce)Kevin Moehringer (High & Mighty Brass Band, MS MR)Chris DeAngelis (Kung Fu, The Breakfast)Josh Thomas (Navasha Daya, With Lions)Adam Chase (The Chase Brothers)Matthew Chase (The Chase Brothers)James Brown Dance Party – “The Funkiest All-Star Tribute in Show Business”Feat. Members of Trey Anastasio Band, Lettuce, The Original JBs, Kung Fu & moreFull Lineup:James Casey (Trey Anastasio Band)Eric “Benny” Bloom (Lettuce)Kevin Moehringer (High & Mighty Brass Band, MS MR)Freekbass (The Original J.B.’s, Bootsy Collins Band)Chris DeAngelis (Kung Fu, The Breakfast)Elise Testone (American Idol)Josh Thomas (Navasha Daya, With Lions)Adam Chase (The Chase Brothers)Matthew Chase (The Chase Brothers)Enter To Win A Pair Of Tickets To Each After Party:
Bolasie’s father followed Palace home and away and it will be the first time he has played without his father’s watching eye. “He has lost his father and of course that affects any human being and any family, and he’s dealing with his family,” Pardew said. “He’ll be involved on Saturday because he wants to be involved. Because his father went to every game. I think that’s good for us, it’ll be good for him and his family. “The player’s welfare is in good shape, he’s in a good frame of mind. We’re very pleased that he’s dealing with it so well.” While Pardew welcomed Bolasie’s return, the Palace boss revealed that Mile Jedinak will miss the final fixture before the two-week international break – and Australia’s 2018 World Cup qualifying games with Bangladesh and Tajikistan. The club captain, 31, limped out of the Capital One Cup win over Shrewsbury in midweek early in the second half because of a hamstring injury. Palace are awaiting the results of a scan to determine the extent of the damage. Pardew said: “Mile has a little hamstring problem and definitely won’t be involved at Chelsea. Press Association Yannick Bolasie has told manager Alan Pardew he is ready to return to the Crystal Palace team following the death of his father. “It looks like he will be out for two-to-three weeks, to me. And he will probably miss the international window, too.” However, goalkeeper Julian Speroni has returned to full fitness after a hand problem but it looks like Alex McCarthy will retain the gloves against Chelsea. “Alex has done really well, I think. And the group of three goalkeepers are competing and that’s keeping Alex exactly where I want him,” said Pardew. “It’s that level of competition that we have in a lot of positions now so they come into the same category as my outfield players. Real competition to get into the side and of course that bodes well for the team.” Bolasie missed last weekend’s home victory against Aston Villa on compassionate grounds, travelling back to his home in DR Congo to be with his family. The 26-year-old winger has returned to London and, according to Pardew, is in a “good frame of mind” and keen to play against Barclays Premier League champions Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Saturday despite his difficult week.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has given the OK for Palm Beach County to join Phase One of the reopening process starting on Monday.The governor spoke about the changes on Friday at the FITTEAM Ballpark of the Palm Beaches one day after county leader sent him a letter requesting the reopening.Palm Beach County will now join 64 other Florida counties already in Phase One.Under Phase One restaurants and retail shops will be allowed operate at 25 percent capacity while following social distancing rules.“In order for Florida to come back, we need Palm Beach County in a leadership role,” said DeSantis. “We believe that getting as many counties into Phase One is something we would want to do. But we want to do it safely, smartly, and it’s gonna be step-by-step.”Schools, movie theaters, bars, and hair salons will still remain closed under the order.The governor also spoke about Broward and Miami-Dade counties saying that he consulted with authorities in both counties and they jointly agreed that they need more time.