Submitted by JH and Mark Clermont, who comments:
All I can say is get tickets [for this tour] if you can. It's a solo show. He played the usual standards but also mixed in some songs you don't normally hear, including a bunch of the instrumentals.
He had his typical collection of guitars: 2 Manzers, the resonator and the Guild 12 string. All the guitars ran 2 leads - the soundman said that one output goes straight to the PA with a little compression. From what I could see it was a dbx 1680. The other lead goes into his effects chain. I couldn't get close enough to ID everything but I saw a Boss DD-6 delay, Boss tuner, Line 6 DL4 delay modeler and Line 6 MM4 modulation modeler. There were 2 other pedals, but unfortunately I couldn't make them out. He also had an effects rack behind him that a Nanoverb and some other full-size multi-effect processor. He used this processor for the delay effects on End Of All Rivers.
Bruce walked out slowly at the beginning and announced he had a cold, apologising in advance for his voice sounding like a "goose passing gas".
Bruce sang the [clarinet] accompanyment to Rouler Sa Bosse, which was very cool. He announced after All The Ways I Want You that the event that influenced the song happened long ago, but it was very big at the time. [He played] a 10 minute version of Mistress Of Storms that was very intense. I normally don't care for this song but this version was the most amazing piece I've ever heard him play. He was visibly tired after this song.