Bridge School Benefit Oct.19.1997
Posted 20 April 2007 - 09:02 PM
here are the specifications:
Date: October 19 1997
Venue: Bridge School Benefit
Location: San Francisco, CA
1. Low Man's Lyric
3. Tuesday's Gone
4. Poor Twisted Me
5. Fade to Black
6. The Four Horsemen
7. Nothing Else Matters
8. Last Caress
Posted 21 April 2007 - 05:25 AM
I'll make an similar alternate cove for the 18th too, just so that we have a proper size cover for that show in the gallery.
Give me a few days and I'll have the cover for you.
Posted 21 April 2007 - 05:31 AM
Metallica play their first ever acoustic set at Neil Young's annual benefit for the Bridge School for children with severe speech and physical impairments. They perform Low Man's Lyric (for the first time), Helpless, Tuesdays Gone (Jerry Cantrell on guitar), Poor Twisted Me, Fade To Black, The 4 Horsemen, Nothing Else Matters, and Last Caress (John Popper on harmonica).
"Everyone performs for free, all moneys go to the school and the spirit of the day encourages experimental strums in the dark from artists who rarely perform the acoustic sets that are the show's trademark."
— Steffan Chirazi, Yahoo! Launch
"James: Hey Neil, we can bring guns on stage, right?
Neil Young: Sure, as long as they're acoustic!"
— at the Bridge School Benefit, So What!
"Frontman James Hetfield kept a lyric sheet by his side throughout the set. When he couldn't remember how one song ended, he brought it to an abrupt close, much to the amusement of his bandmates. All four members seemed good-humored and relaxed throughout their performance, as though resigned to the fact that an acoustic set by the quintessential plugged-in heavy metal band was going to be odd no matter what."
— William Friar, Contra Costa Times, 1997
Posted 21 April 2007 - 03:05 PM
and thanks for all the additional info
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