JAZZ Is PHSH ‘Weigh’ In At The Aggie Theatre With Members of Snarky Puppy, Kung Fu, & More [Video]

first_imgBrothers Matthew and Adam Chase brought their JAZZ is PHSH tribute to the Aggie Theatre in Fort Collins, CO last night, joined by a stellar lineup consisting of Chris Bullock and Justin Stanton of Snarky Puppy,  Scott Flynn of ODESZA/Pretty Lights Live Band, Chris DeAngelis of Kung Fu, and Josh Thomas of With Lions. Talking Heads, reggae-infused tribute Talking Dreads opened up the evening.JAZZ is PHISH opened up with a funky “Tweezer,” followed by very lumpy-headed “Carini.” It took a good second for those in the crowd to recognize “Ghost,” as the band did a nice job of re-working various parts of the song. As the rest of the band left the stage for a couple of minute, Chris DeAngelis played an amazing “Split Open and Melt” bass solo, before the rest of the group rejoined him on stage for “NICU.”The uber-talented horn section of Bullock, Stanton, and Flynn shined throughout the night, especially on numbers like “46 Days,” “Bathtub Gin,” and “First Tube.” And Josh Thomas has proven to be an asset to the JAZZ is PHSH lineup, showcasing some serious skills on the keys. The group encored with a short, but sweet, “Cars Trucks Buses” before leaving the stage for the final time.Matt and Adam Chase have created a truly unique Phish-inspired project, which continues to get better and better as time passes. JAZZ is PHSH plays Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom in Denver tonight. Check out video from the performance below:“Cars Trucks Buses”:“First Tube”:JAZZ Is PHSH – Aggie Theatre – Fort Collins, CO – 1/20/17 SetlistTweezerCariniGhostWeigh46 DaysAlumni BluesSplit Open And Melt (Chris DeAngelis Bass Solo)NICUBathtub GinMazeFirst TubeBrotherMeatGolgi ApparatusE: Cars Trucks Buseslast_img read more