I was waiting for someone else to post, please forgive me! This Bruce guy is a genius, a legend, and I would have said that even if he didn't join the family after Brent went down. The Palace of Fine Arts Theater is a San Francisco gem, amidst a breathtaking city landmark. Each ticket holder was given his Box Set, which was rather generous. When was the last show you went to and got handed a 4-CD, 1 DVD Box Set?! Thanks Bruce!
Bonnie Raitt was in the audience and looked lovely I might add, as was Baseball manager Tony Larussa. Bruce was on-stage for just over 2 hours and gave us a wonderful evening of Bach, obsure tunes, his "hits," treats like Danny Boy in the middle of End of The Innocence, and we loved the "When in Rome" he did before he launced into a tender version of "Standing On The Moon."
Darlin' Cory > Night on the Town, Gonna Be Some Changes Made > Bach > Gonna Be Some Changes Made > Bach, What the Hell Happened, End of the Innocence > (Danny Boy) > End of the Innocence, Talk of the Town > (Dark Star) > Talk of the Town, In the Low Country, Valley Road > The Life of the Party, Hooray for Tony, Sticks and Stones, The Way It Is > Barber's Nocturne > The Way It Is, (When in Rome) > Standing on the Moon > Halcyon Days, King of the Hill, Donald Trump Song, Lost in the Snow, Rainbow's Cadillac
Encores: Mandolin Rain, (Super Freak) > Dreaded Spoon > Spider Fingers, Big Rock Candy Mountain > Candy Mountain Run, Nobody There But Me
looks like a show that pasted me by
I didn`t even know it was happening
anything right off the G G bridge is
way good for me!
Nice. Thanks too, Rob. Haven't seen Bruce perform in a while...gotta do it this summer.
I've missed him the last couple years.
I am fully aware of how amazing his shows are.
yes yes y'all. I missed his last show at the Palace of Fine Arts, but was so glad to make this one. A nice audience dub of the show is up on etree.
Nice review Rob!
I have the Boxed set and it is a great one. I may have to pop in the DVD later on!
they gave out box sets???? wow...right on bruce!