Monday, March 23, 2009

Went to see the Fab Faux this weekend, and how fantastic they were. This is my 3rd concert, and I have to tell you about them because they play all over the country and you would LOVE them. They are not a imitation band -- they are a group of 6+ incredible musicians (sometimes playing 3 instruments at a time plus singing) that actually recreate (not imitate) the sound of the Beatles as if you were listening to the actual albums. I can't explain it, so check this out and you'll see what I mean --or (the Letterman show)-- if you close your eyes you will think you are listening to the actual album. Amazing. They sell out every time -- all age groups. They play in smaller venues, and the cost is much more reasonable. If they come out your way, don't miss it -- it's an experience! We had a great Japanese dinner beforehand and it was just a great nite. Of course, I'll be deaf for about a week (LOL).

Yesterday, I was running around doing the usual weekend errands, and low and behold I found another thrift shop! And lookie what I got! No work needed!
Never did get to finish my spring cleaning, but I'll get to it one of these days. Hope you all had a good w/e! I'm off to work and I'll catch up later!


  1. Hi Terry!....The Fab Faux, I've never heard of them!....sounds like fun!....and the coffee box thingy is cool! Janet :)

  2. P.S. I forgot to say that I love Japanese food and I haven't had it since leaving So. Cal. seven years ago! idea where in my area it exists....would love to have some tempura veggies and shrimp, yum! Janet :)

  3. Janet -- that is EXACTLY what I had for dinner!!! and it was yummmmmmy.

  4. You had a great weekend, I love Japanese food too! Boy, did you hit the jackpot with your TS it:)

  5. Sounds like a fun weekend. Your GW find is great. Don't you just love to find something like that?

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