Submitted by Andy McBean, and by Harry Scott who submitted the first 2 photos, and by Andrew King who submitted the last 3 photos and the following:
I'm part of the English ceilidh band Stomp and we were lucky to be asked to play at Cambridge Folk Festival this year. Doubly lucky, because our Friday (27th July) evening performance was to include a short acoustic slot by Bruce. I've been a fan for over twenty years, ever since I first heard Stealing Fire, so I was pretty excited about this.
Bruce gave a short, intense performance, a taster of his longer set the following day (which alas I had to miss, I had another gig somewhere else). He told a longish story in the introduction to See You Tomorrow but seemed to realise that if he did this throughout he wasn't going to be playing many songs. Before Lovers In A Dangerous Time he said, "I'm going to stop talking now..." As it was, he had to miss off Wondering Where The Lions Are as he was being signalled to finish. I did manage to meet him backstage a bit later - he'd kept to himself up to then and seemed a little confused as to who I was when I first stuck my head round the door, but when I explained I was part of the band sharing the other half of his hospitality Portakabin he softened up a bit, shook my hand, said that we "sounded great" and had a little chat about other dates on his tour. My wife Gill took [the photos] from the audience. The additional photo is one of my own band from the same stage just half an hour earlier, for your amusement.