Sunday, October 21, 2012

The time Andy Grammer walked right in front of me...

Thursday night was the Q102 Bosom ball, a concert to raise money for breast cancer. My friend Bekah and I have gone several times and always have a great time. All the artists who come to the event do not get paid and are there to support breast cancer awareness, which is amazing.We have seen some amazing artists at this event in the past. Colbie Caillat, Parachute, Kris Allen and The Script to name a few and this year was no exception!
Tristan Prettyman came on first...my oh my was she good.
Then American Idol winner Phillip Phillips. He showed his gangster side and sang a few rap songs.
And Andy Grammer...my favorite of the night. He told us he lost his mom to breast cancer and sang a song that he wrote about lessons his mom taught him about how to treat women. It was very touching and made me want to buy every song he's ever written. He was absolutely amazing in concert! He got the crowd excited and involved and even came out into the crowd for one of his songs. He just happened to walk right in front of us singing...it was fantastic!
What a great event and all for twenty five bucks! We are already excited for next year.

14 comments:

Married...with a Pup said...

That sounds like succhhhh a great time!! I've always heard announcements for that on Q102.

Tara said...

Aww sounds like a blast!!

Jen said...

How exciting!! And all for a great cause - kudos to you for supporting it year after year! :)

Helene said...

What a cool event and for such a great cause. I love reading your blog!! I think I read like 15 posts today!

Helene in Between

lori said...

sounds like a super fun event... for such a great cause! love that!

Recently Roached said...

So fun! :)
I always feel bad for Phillip Phillips.. I mean, the poor kid. That name is so bad! :) Guess I shouldn't feel too bad for him now that he's all famous. ha

Meg {henninglove} said...

ok the only person i know is philip philips and i can't believe that is his real name. i cant believe all of those artists for $25 and what a great event!

Megan said...

Ahhhh, I love Phillip!! I would love to see him sing live!

Rach @ This Italian Family said...

Fun!

Amanda said...

That's awesome! I love Tristan Prettyman!

tiff@thecoffeehouse said...

Ummm. I want to go with you next year!

meme-and-he said...

what a cool event! and love that last picture, crazy girls :)

Laura Darling said...

Looks like you had a blast - and how cool that it was for such a good cause!

Devon said...

I love Tristan Prettyman. She's the coolest. It sounds like an incredible event for a great cause. You you guys look like you we're having a good time.