Finch concert

I’ll be at the Finch concert tonight at the Henry Fonda Theatre. I think it’s their first day on tour promoting their new CD. Hopefully I can bring my camera with me. If you’re going and you take some pictures, can you put ’em up on Flickr and tag them? Send me a message, too. Rock on!

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Bryan Villarin

Bryan is a Community Guardian at Automattic. He's also a photographer, card magician, and cat whisperer. (Thanks to my friend and colleague Steve Blythe for the sweet photo!)

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  1. While on the topic of “concert”… I just went to see “BLAST!” in Shibuya, Japan, today. I can’t describe how AWESOME it was but if I were to use just one word to comment about blast!, it is …”BRILLIANT!!!” I’ve never seen anything like it and it was the best concert/musical I’ve ever seen in my life. (“Forever Plaid” was pretty good, which I saw in Pasadena with my school while I was in HS. But this one is just off the scale.)
    I HIGHLY recommend “blast!” to everyone who appreciates music, dancing, and just generally, arts. “blast!” mainly contains brass instruments (crazily awesome trumpet players included), percussions (snare drums were, oh my, crazy), and visual performers (dancers with flags and other props.) I checked their website and it says that they’re planned to play in Pasadena Civic Auditorium and I really want to see them again. The tickets, I don’t think will be cheap, but it’s well worth it. I’m already planning to go if I can!

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  2. (From Pasadena Civic Auditorium website)
    Blast
    March 17-19, 2006
    Blast! is comprised of 35 brass, percussion and visual performers brought together in a unique explosion of music and theatre. Born on athletic fields across the nation, Blast! is a novel art form evolved from the showmanship of outdoor pageantry. Come see the show that The Chicago Tribune called “Explosive Entertainment! A rousing, nonstop mix of spectacle and sound. A terrific good time!”

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