-- 28 December 2002 --

2002 Index


DATE: 28 December 2002
VENUE/SHOW: Horseshoe Tavern
LOCATION: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
SHOW COMMENTS: Annual "Bambi and the Deerhunters" show.


Set 1:

  • Milk Cow Blues (Linden lead vocal)
  • Ya Ya (Linden lead vocal)
  • Waiting For A Miracle (Linden lead vocal(!))
  • Tried And Tested (Cockburn lead vocal - first public performance of new song)
  • I'll Be Around (Linden lead vocal)
  • God Bless The Child (Cockburn lead vocal - Billie Holiday cover)
  • Swinging From The Chains Of Love (All lead vocals)
  • Lean On Your Peers (Wilson lead vocal)
  • If I Catch You Crying (Fearing lead vocal)
  • One Night With You (Cockburn lead vocal - Elvis Presley cover)
  • Jackie (Linden lead vocal)
  • Summer Side Of Life (Wilson/Linden/Fearing lead vocals - Gordon Lightfoot cover)
  • Stoned (Wilson lead vocal)
  • Chest Fever (Linden lead vocal - The Band cover)

    Set 2 (incomplete):

  • Baby Let Me Hold Your Hand (Linden lead vocal)
  • Kind Hearted Woman Blues (Bowskill lead vocal - Robert Johnson cover)
  • Unknown song (Bowskill lead vocal)
  • Walk On By (Cockburn lead vocal - Leroy Van Dyke cover, not the Bacharach song)
  • Folsom Prison Blues
  • Born To Be A Traveller (Fearing lead vocal)
  • Water Or Gasoline
  • Calling On The Angels
  • Brand New Cadillac
  • Waiting On A Friend (Cockburn lead vocal - Rolling Stones cover)
  • Tie Me At The Crossroads
  • Crossroads (Robert Johnson cover)
  • I Wanna Be Sedated (Cockburn lead vocal - Ramones cover)


    Submitted by Rob Caldwell:

    Musicians included: Blackie and the Rodeo Kings (Colin Linden, Stephen Fearing, Tom Wilson), Richard Bell, Gary Craig, John Dymond. Amazing 12-year-old blues singer/guitarist Jimmy Bowskill ( guested, as did Blue Rodeo's Baz Donovan.

    Liam Titcomb opened the show. He's a 15-year-old singer/songwriter who's father is Brent Titcomb, one of the members of 60's group 3's A Crowd with Bruce Cockburn.

    Read more about "Bambi and the Deerhunters" here.


    COMMENTS: Only includes last 6 songs in first set. Information submitted by Peter Rao.

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    2002 Index

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