1978-08-28 Stanley Theatre, Pittsburgh, PA

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Info & Setlist | Venue

Listed setlist is culled from reports in the Pittsburgh papers and attendee recollections. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports that all but one of the Darkness tracks are performed, "Adam Raised A Cain" being the only absentee. Another Pittsburgh newspaper mentions "Something In The Night" returning for the first time in a couple of months, while the Pittsburgh Press mentions a stunning piano solo rendition of "Lost In The Flood" that opens the second set and played as a special request - and Bruce utilizes his lyrics notebook to ensure he doesn’t mess it up. The song is dedicated to Blaine, who had recently been killed in a motorcycle accident. See our News tab to read reviews from the Beaver County Times and Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. "Quarter To Three" features Bruce and Clarence atop the speaker stacks on opposite sides of the stage, before Bruce climbs on to the Big Man's shoulders. They both continue to play while Clarence walks around. The final encore also includes a stretcher brought on stage by two men dressed in white. Tour premiere of "Lost In The Flood", and first performance of the song since December 27, 1975 in Philadelphia. Billboard magazine reported an attendance of 3,489 (a sellout) and gross receipts of $29,236.



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