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2001 when The Richest Man in Babylon was new-ish, to help Z remember lyrics, Rob wrote this on the bus for him to study. Photo: Brian Liu/ToolboxDC #thieverycorporation #richestmaninbabylon


Last few nights have been amazing. Check out this review from our friends at Live Music Daily and some more great photos from John Shore Photography.



Great to be back home! Soundcheckin' at the 9:30 Club

Home Field Advantage. Sound check 33 degrees.

Posted by David Geller on Thursday, December 17, 2015


Come join us May 13th 2016 at Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre as we celebrate 20 Years of Thievery Corporation!
Live Nation / KBCO Pre-Sale begins 11/12 from 10 am-10pm MST.
Use the Pre-Sale code: TRACKS
Public On-Sale begins 11/13 at 10am MT! Get your $25 early bird tickets while they last!

Third 9:30 Club Show

We are very excited to announce a third show at the fabled 9:30 Club in Washington DC on December 19th, 2015. The pace in which the first two dates sold out is both humbling and inspiring and we wanted to make sure as many of our hometown fans could see the show as reasonably possible. You can count on an amazing set of shows that will span our 20 year catalogue. Washington DC is our hometown and the 9:30 is the house that we share with our fans. It's great to be back home. See you in December.

Boston date

We are playing at The House of Blues in Boston, MA on December 16th! Pre-Order begins tomorrow at 10:00 AM EST at:
Use the Live Nation code: PIANO


Thievery Corporation has Greece in our hearts more than ever today. We hope and pray that the warm, wonderful and resilient people of Greece will come through this crisis with their unique strength, dignity and resolve. You have been gracious hosts to us on many occasions and we feel a deep bond, love, and solidarity with Greece.

"Be strong, saith my heart; I am a soldier;
I have seen worse sights than this." Homer



It was twenty years ago... Eric Hilton dropped in to a design studio that I ran in Adams Morgan, DC with Steve Raskin (Thunderball/Fort Knox Five) to get a graphic for a matchbook for his new club, the Eighteenth Street Lounge... which led to flyers and VIP cards... which led to album artwork for a musical project with Rob Garza, a self-released debut entitled "Sounds from the Thievery Hi-Fi"... which led to a chat about musical influences and curiosities, which led to Eric saying "I've always loved the sound of the Sitar, I wonder where I can find a Sitar player..." which led to Steve saying "Well, Rob's been practicing the Sitar, like, all year..." which led to a recording session in a tiny, one-windowed utility closet attached to a slightly less-tiny control room in the back of the aforementioned Lounge, which led to a track called "Lebanese Blonde"... which led to twenty years of experiences, airports, tour buses, heartbreaks and opportunities.

To commemorate the 20 years that Rob Garza and Eric Hilton have been making music as Thievery Corporation (and helming the multi-cultural circus that is the Thievery Live Band) I will be posting a photo a day from the archives for the next 365 days.

Rob Myers
Guitar/Sitar Thievery Live Band

001/365 2002 (London) Pam Bricker at the Tate Modern #20yearsofthievery #thieverycorporation #thievery #eslmusic #rpm3 #pambricker #lebaneseblonde #tatemodern #london


420 Fest Setlist!

Here's the setlist from Sweetwater 420 Festival in Atlanta!