-- 3 July 2003 --

2003 Index


DATE: 3 July 2003
Grand Theatre
Kingston, ON, Canada


  • Tried And Tested (Julie Wolf on keyboards and vocals)
  • Lovers In A Dangerous Time
  • Mighty Trucks Of Midnight
  • Burn (words changed slightly to include the Iraq situation)
  • Wait No More (Julie Wolf on accordion and vocals)
  • Bone In My Ear (Bruce on charango, Steve Lucas on electric stand up bass, Julie Wolf on accordion)
  • Open (Sarah Harmer on vocals, Julie Wolf on accordion, huge smile on Bruce)
  • Postcards From Cambodia (Sarah Harmer on vocals, Julie Wolf played some kind of synthesizer thing with her mouth)
  • Trickle Down

  • All Our Dark Tomorrows (Julie Wolf filled in the violin parts expertly on keyboards and accompanied on vocals)
  • Let The Bad Air Out (Julie Wolf on funky keyboard, the whole song is funked up)
  • Southland Of The Heart (Julie Wolf on keyboard and vocals)
  • If I Had A Rocket Launcher (Julie Wolf on keyboard and vocals)
  • You've Never Seen Everything
  • To Raise The Morning Star (Bruce has really changed this one, it was rockin'! He used effects pedals on the guitar solo. Julie Wolf played that mouth tube keyboard thingy again. When Bruce finished some guy yelled out simply "WOW" , Bruce replied with " sometimes you just have to do that" — meaning the way he ripped into the guitar was a necessity)
  • Last Night Of The World
  • Messenger Wind (Julie Wolf on accordion)

  • Call It Democracy
  • Don't Forget About Delight (with Sarah Harmer)
  • World of Wonders (River of Sand Version)


    Submitted by Nancy Bouwma.

    We were treated to an awesome show which included several songs with Sarah Harmer. Sarah lives in Kingston and it's just a short walk from her place to the theatre. We spotted her in the foyer about 10 minutes before show time and wondered if she would take the stage with Bruce. There is a chemistry between them and Bruce could not contain his smile as they sang together. Ben Riley was on percussion, Steve Lucas on bass, Julie Wolf was on keyboards.

    That's what you all have to look forward to. Bruce is in top form and is a must see if he's coming anywhere near your town.

    The entire Blackie and the Rodeo Kings gang was there (Colin Linden, Tom Wilson, Stephen Fearing, Richard Bell, Gary Craig). They were on their way to Ottawa for the Blues Festival and stopped in to see Bruce. Bernie Finklestein was also there making sure everything was running smoothly. The new T-shirts are great, one has the cover of the new CD and the other was red with an outline of Bruce's face and glasses.

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