In preparation for their headlining Red Rocks performance on October 8th, The Floozies will be taking over Live For Live Music‘s Instagram today from Colorado.You can enter t0 win a pair of tickets to the Red Rocks show–which features Michal Menert, SunSquabi, and Russ Liquid–as well as a merch bundle and signed event poster below. Sign up here, and share to increase your chances of winning!And if you can’t wait til next month, The Floozies will be playing a special late-night show with an all-star live band after Bear Creek Bayou at Republic NOLA in New Orleans on September 30th. The show, billed as “Funk Court,” will feature John Medeski (Medeski Martin & Wood), Skerik, and Ryan Zoidis and Jesus Coomes of Lettuce. Tickets for “Funk Court” are available here.
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — There are a few tournaments Rickie Fowler would really like to win: any of the four majors, the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines Golf Course and the Waste Management Phoenix Open.He is now 18 holes away from a victory at the latter. Fowler finished the third round at the Phoenix Open with eight birdies, five of which came on the front nine. By the time he made the turn, he put just enough distance between himself and the rest of the 36-hole leaders. He carded a 7-under 64 for first place (20 under)[email protected] takes a 4-shot lead into Sunday.#LiveUnderPar pic.twitter.com/oq1IXj2r0U— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) February 2, 2019″(I’m) just playing solid golf,” Fowler said. “I’m looking forward to tomorrow. There’s 18 holes left, a lot of work, but we’re in a good spot.” Related News Phoenix Open: Rickie Fowler in sole possession of 1st place after shooting 6-under 65 Matt Kuchar is in sole possession of second place (16 under) after shooting a 6-under 65. Justin Thomas rounded out the top three after he carded 3-under 68.Kuchar climbed three spots up the leaderboard after a mistake-free round highlighted by six birdies. Thomas, however, wasn’t as fortunate. He had two bogeys on the front nine which sandwiched one of his five birdies. He was able to edge out Byeong-hun An and Branden Grace for third-place (15 under) and a spot in the final group Sunday.”I hit a very nice back nine to at least keep myself in it,” Thomas said. “There’s a good chance it might take something special for me tomorrow but I like the fact at least that I got my way in that final group and I’m going to know what [Rickie] is doing.”Hopefully I can get off to a hot start and maybe put a little bit of heat on him.”An and Grace are tied for fourth place (13 under). An, who has yet to win on the PGA Tour, is in contention after shooting 5-under 66. Grace had an eagle on the par-5 13th hole but three bogeys stained his scorecard. He finished 2-under 69.Gary Woodland, last year’s Phoenix Open champion, is in a two-way tie with Bubba Watson for sixth place (12 under). Watson had three consecutive birdies on the front nine, but after the turn had two bogeys to go along with two more birdies. He carded 3-under 68.Birdie-Birdie-Birdie for @BubbaWatson.He’s T2 at the @WMPhoenixOpen. #LiveUnderPar pic.twitter.com/YjFJfGFj3b— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) February 2, 2019Woodland was able to improve on his two-day total and move into the top 10. “It was a nice finish. I played really well today,” he said. “(I’m) just hoping Rickie wouldn’t run too far away from us because tomorrow, hopefully, the golf course is softened up a little bit and we’ll play aggressive. But I’m happy with where I’m at.”Showers are in the forecast for the final day of play which will begin at 8:45 a.m. local time with the leaders teeing off at 10:45 a.m.