Wednesday, August 22, 2007

A Night Out With Michael Buble'

We went to the Michael Buble' concert last night in Los Angeles at the Greek Theater. It was beautiful! The theater is outside and surrounded by pine trees and blanketed by the stars and the black sky.

The weather was perfect, not too cold or hot. We had high seats but the auditorium was not very big so it didn't feel bad.

If you aren't familiar with Buble', he is a jazz/swing singer who has not been around long. His music and voice are incredible!

Unfortunately I pulled by back out on Sunday caring a toddler up two flights of stairs to the church nursery and was hunched over before the concert. I finally gave in and took a painkiller that made me feel like Michael Buble' was performing for me alone! LOL! It was nice! I don't know if you can tell, but I am feeling the affects of another painkiller... =)
Anyway, Catherine bought these tickets a while back and Sony and I tagged along. It was such a great night! I took lots of pics and video... see below!










HERE ARE LINKS TO VIDEOS I TOOK....

http://youtube.com/watch?v=yEKWDud7CWw

http://youtube.com/watch?v=XFjYfg5a4Xo

http://youtube.com/watch?v=WZ3oFMOH5XM

http://youtube.com/watch?v=T81Z8nQ--zw

6 comments:

Becky said...

Sounds like you gals had a ball!
FrumpMama

Barb said...

Luv the intro and the choir. And the excitement of you and your friends! Thanx--I feel like I got to be there a little bit! :oD

The Daily "B" said...

Becky - It was a ball! So fun!

Barb - The choir was a big surprise! it was so awesome.

The person "woohooing" on the video is my sister, she looked like she was about to crawl over the seats to the stage! LOL =)

Jenster said...

Looks like major fun!! I have to go back and watch your videos now.

On another subject, I have a good friend who is a Jane Austen fan extraordinaire. I asked her about books that dealt with Pride & Prejudice after the fact and she gave me this info for me to pass on to you:

A better choice for her might be the Fitzwilliam Darcy - Gentleman trilogy by Pamela Aiden or The Man Who Loved Jane Austen by Sally Smith O'Rourke (I think). Both lovely with no offensive content what so ever.

The Daily "B" said...

Ohhh! Those sound great! Thank you Jen!

Jenster said...

You're very welcome! It made me happy to do it!! :o)