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"Feeling Good" in Austin

Yeah, he was slick. We enjoyed the MB concert last night, per Heidi's and Julie's twitterpated recommendations.
Michael Bublé has quite the image built up, he's a charmer, Mister Rico Suave himself. Prior to the concert, we met up with Chris and Conni and rode together downtown and enjoyed a lovely dinner at Thai Passion.
Here's gorgeous Conni trying to hold hands with Michael, but he turned away to look at me. (As if! I really dislike having my photo taken with Conni. She ALWAYS looks a gazillion times better.) I was actually standing on the other side of MB.
He kind of irked me with some of his foul language and commentary. Why can't he just sing, look fantastic and not feel like he needs to provide "bonus" material? I still liked his wit.
I video recorded some of "Feeling Good," but for the life of me, cannot figure out how to upload it in the current format. So I added a YouTube clip instead. Sorry I couldn't post a live from Austin clip.
Kelly and I had pretty good seats in section 23, row 22. I enjoyed the evening with my hubby. Thanks for spending time with me, Kelly! I love you!


Heidi said…
How fun!!! I went to a MB concert last summer and LOVED it! Love him. Glad you got to go.
Sierra said…
How fun!! He is one of Joe's favorites, we would have loved to have gone to his concert!!I'm glad you got to go and have a fun night out!
Maryanne said…
What a fun night out Kelly! That's too bad though that he had to add some 'garbage'. That stuff isn't even needed! Just sing and let people enjoy the show. Sheesh.

P.S. Have you ever been to a Josh Groban concert?? - I HIGHLY recommend it! ;o)
Julie said…
I still love Micheal, he is so dang gorgeous. Did Kelly like it? I think when me and my honey went, Tom tolerated it. jules
Anonymous said…
I'm trying to see if this will show my other id
I saw MB at the Hollywood Bowl a few years ago, before he was "all that." I don't remember ANY foul language or anything. Too bad fame seems to bring that out in some people.
Sounds like a fun concert, though. His voice is so divine.
~Family Life said…
Kelly & Kelly,
Thank you for a great night, a great dinner and great company. We had a wonderful time with you and enjoyed the concert too! Ditto on leaving the 'garbage' out. His voice is still fantastic!!
Lonna said…
Oh I am quite jealous that you went to that concert. I have wanted to see him for quite sometime. I am a bit disappointed to hear that there was some foul stuff in there. I guess that I will just enjoy the music.
How fun! You guys looked like you enjoyed the evening. I really like MB's music.
Kellie said…
I love seeing the pics, and you look beautiful as always Kelly. Glad you enjoyed the night.
Kelly said…
I just went back and looked at this post again and realized I spelled foul like chicken. I'm going to edit it now. I've done that before, as my good friend, Tina has pointed out. One time when it was chilly in Austin, I said it was chili or something like that.

Anyway, MB wasn't out of control with his inappropriateness, but enough that it did irk me, as I said. Is irk spelled right?
Bobbi said…
Irk is spelled right! (I am glad there is the "edit" option on our posts, I use it frequently!) Yes, the language was unnecessary, but wasn't his singing wonderful? His voice is yummy. We went to his opening concert of this tour with Heidi and Ben in Reno last summer--I'd go again in a minute! Glad you got to be there.
Kelly said…
Bobbi, I'd go again in a minute. I just wasn't expecting that from a MB concert. And there was a little 10-year-old boy there, and I kept cringing for his parents or mom, or whom ever had brought him. Several years ago the same thing happend when my in-laws took the family to a Barry Manilow concert--how in the world would anyone expect that at a Barry Manilow concert? C'est la vie. Maybe it's the initials...BM or MB.

At least I'm giving a heads-up to anyone to know what to expect. Now let's go to the next MB concert! Leave the kids at home. (Who would take their kid to a romantic MB concert anyway?)
Summer Adams said…
I'm sooooooooooo jealous!!! I have to go to his concert before I die. Loooooove him. You all look so darling!
~ Tina said…
love that song too!
You look fab, hair is awesome!
what fun!!!

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