Nye, Clay raise bucks at the Black Eyed Peas concert; Reggie Love stays out late

The Verizon Center rocked with the hip-hop sounds of the Black Eyed Peas on Tuesday night and two hip House members used the concert as an opportunity to raise some cash.

Democratic Reps. Glenn Nye (Va.) and William "Lacy" Clay (Mo.) both hosted fundraisers in the boxes above the sold-out show, according to the Sunlight Foundation. No word whether either of them crossed paths with former Democratic National Committee Chairman Terry McAuliffe, who was also spotted in the crowd.

But while the legislative branch was solidly represented at the stadium, the White House wins the prize for best emissary: President Barack Obama's personal aide, the ultra-cool Reggie Love, reportedly attended a private after-party with the band at the 9:30 Club.