1993-06-26 Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY

Scheduled: 20:00 Local Start Time ??:?? / End Time ??:??

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Kristen Ann Carr Fund Benefit Concert. The fund is dedicated to fighting sarcoma. Joe Ely and Terence Trent D'Arby guest. Joe Ely plays guitar and sings on "Lonesome Valley" and "Settle For Love". Terence Trent D'Arby plays guitar and sings on on "Many Rivers To Cross", "I Have Faith In These Desolate Times", "Jolé Blon", and "Jumpin' Jack Flash". Patti Scialfa plays guitar and sings on "Brilliant Disguise" and "Human Touch". Soozie Tyrell plays violin on "If I Should Fall Behind", the third arrangement for the tour. First ever performance in the U.S. of "Many Rivers To Cross". "Follow That Dream" is closer to the version played on the River Tour, with Roy's keyboard providing the backing together with the lovely back-up vocals. "Roll Of The Dice" includes "Everybody Needs Somebody To Love". "Better Days", "57 Channels (And Nothin' On)", "Leap Of Faith", "Man's Job", "Roll Of The Dice", "Light Of Day", and "Glory Days" are all performed, making them the seven songs played at every show of the 1992–93 World Tour including the two post-tour benefit concerts (although "57 Channels (And Nothin' On)" and "Light Of Day" were missing from the set at the 1993 rehearsal show, and the latter was absent from the 1992 rehearsal show as well). Sadly, this show is perhaps best known for the Terence Trent D'Arby "event". After D'Arby was booed Bruce admonished the crowd: "Terence Trent D´Arby… need I remind some of you rude motherfuckers that everybody onstage is my guest?".



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