Submitted by Gary who provided the scan, and R Turner who adds:
was tiny. It is known as"Tennessee's Last Neighborhood
Theater." After handing in the ticket, I noticed that there was a
little marquee over the main theater that said "Bruce Cockbun," just
to its left, past the 1929 Projector that was on loan from Vanderbilt for
display, was a marquee for Demonlover, some movie. A very quaint setting
Bruce greeted the crowd with a jovial "Happy Day of the Dead" before jumping into the opener. He was in great spirits, and he even talked with a bunch of fans (including me) after the show. Great show. The crowd went nuts for Call It Democracy, and To Raise The Morning Star. You've Never Seen Everything is more poignant, and he has alot of balls doing it because it really hushes the crowd; some were visibly freaked, some even left. (The trained ear knows how to take the song in its full context, but how many people, even in a Cockburn audience, have trained ears.) Those that remained were rewarded with an amazing encore segment. Celestial Horses was gripping, and Pacing The Cage (which I had in my head for the whole ride up, even though I was not expecting to hear it) was absolutely mesmerizing, and they charged through World Of Wonders.