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Carbon Leaf headlines for the first time in Austin

Date night with my handsome husband on Friday, January 19, was so much fun! I can hardly believe we only paid $10 each at Stubb's Bar-B-Q of all places to hear this excellent band from Virginia. Barry, the lead singer, is very talented and is very entertaining and put on an incredible live show. It was still chilly in Austin a few days ago, as we were just defrosting from the ice storm. The concert was inside, but the doors were open and I was freezing, so I'm glad I wore a wool coat. It was worth it though. If Carbon Leaf comes back to Austin, I highly recommend going to their concert. Thanks, Adele, for the fun recommendation!
















As mentioned in my last post, I wanted to talk about our adventure out on the town in the warehouse district, celebrating our friend, Chad's, 36th birthday with his wife, Adele, and some of their friends and family (Hunter, Deb, Scott, Jenny, Jeremy, Laura, and Chad's dad). We had such a great time and hope to hear Carbon Leaf the next time they come to town. HBTY, Chadwick! We're glad you invited us and hope you have a fantastic year! --the "Kellies"

Comments

Awesome top pic of you and Kelly! Your wardrobe colors looks so good together. And your eyes are sooo pretty! I think it's awesome that you went and had fun. We'll totally take you up on that offer and go with you next time they come in town.
Heidi said…
Kelly your hair is getting so long! Looks great. Fun date night- you guys are just two crazy kids still!
Barker family said…
I love little places like that! It is so fun to go out on the town somewhere out of the norm. You have inspired me to plan something for next weekend! I will take my camera too!

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