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Sunday, July 13, 2008

Lisa Loeb Live!

If you don't know who Lisa Loeb is, I don't think that we can be friends and/or related anymore. Unless you were born before 1960 or after 1990. Then I guess you have a good excuse. Anyway, she is a singer/songwriter that was popular back in the 90's--you probably know her song "Stay." Call me and I can sing it for you, or you could probably just listen to it on itunes.
Anyway, the other day I awoke to my radio alarm in a very groggy state of mind. I don't know how long I laid there listening to what was playing on the radio before I regained the ability to think. Finally I realized it was Lisa Loeb doing an in-studio session at a local Seattle station--103.7 KMTT the mountain. Check it out if you are around here.
Lisa is promoting her new CD (more about that later) and informed us that she would be doing a performance and CD signing at Barnes and Noble the following day. Of course I wanted to go. I was really sad that Jana wasn't here. She is the real fan. She's how I got to listening to more than just her "one big hit." (She also had a reality show on E! that was fairly entertaining.) So, long story short, all my local friends are lame and I had to go by myself.
Her CD "Camp Lisa" is a collection of children's songs inspired by summer camp. The proceeds from the sales will go to help kids who couldn't otherwise afford it be able to go to camp. I really liked the first song she played "Best Friend", so check it out.

I got the CD--more songs to teach my 2nd graders right? She was very nice talking to people, signing autographs, and taking pictures. Here are some pictures I took. Notice the one of her and I--I'm a towering giant compared to her.


When she came out and started introducing things, she shocked her mouth on the microphone. Here she was nervous about getting too close to it again.



In the "100 Acre Woods" in the Barnes and Noble children's department.


I don't know how a 40-year old women can pull off pig tails without looking ridiculous, but I think she does it.


It's not often that I tower over someone!

2 comments:

Pocahontas (Little Wanton) said...

Dang, I wish that I could go to cool things like that. I should find out what's going on around here because I'm sure there are plenty of things to do...but like you in this situation, I don't have anyone to go with!

K Harker said...

I wish I live in a cool city that had cool things going on, but then again I do go to cool things just not for me, for the kiddos. Cool pics. It cracks me up that you are taller than her, you're not that tall!