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November 5, 2010

Just home from seeing Thievery Corporation and Massive Attack tonight at the Santa Barbara Bowl! What a great night–sparkling clear skies and stars, warm air! And what incredible music! Very powerful and intense…

Unfortunately the sound could have been better–but not our seats! We hung out by the ticket office waiting to see if they would drop any seats better than GA or up top. I was getting nervous but about 15 minutes before the show started, we picked up a pair of seats on the aisle four rows up from GA.

After Thievery Corp started, we slipped down to the front row to some empty seats so we could dance there in the aisle where there was more room–until one of the guys from Depeche Mode who lives in SB showed up with two friends to claim their seats.

While this was my fourth time to see Thievery (Coachella, Sasquatch, and Hollywood Bowl), it was the first time to see Massive Attack. Now I know why so many of my friends are HUGE fans! The trip-hop music was very powerful, a very different vibe from Thievery, both were equally amazing with djs and live musicians and singers.

MA blew out the house with a GIANT set sized LED light show that you had to see to believe.

Sorry no photos to share–I left my iPhone in the car…

Read on to read more about my great day today and plans for tomorrow, too!

Today will be a busy fun day: meeting with a new client about blogging in the morning, then lunch with some of the most amazing women in business I know (Jodi Womack Hilary Forstadt Jiler,  Tea Silvestre, and possibly Donna Van Hoesslin), then my husband and I are going to the Santa Barbara Bowl to see Massive Attack and my favorite, Thievery Corporation! (Above is Thievery Corp’s “Lebanese Blo … Read More

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