A Daddy Stovepipe tune from 1923 or 4. A talking blues. Jimmy Rodgers followed by Memphis Minnie. Two celtic tunes, one he wrote hisself. Two from Gary Davis, one by Jelly Roll Morton, followed by 15 minutes of homemade beer, good bread and cheese, gossip. Second set: five tunes on a dulceola, including “What Are They Doing in Heaven Today” and a Memphis Slim song. That bears repeating: last night I heard someone play Memphis Slim’s minimalist masterpiece, Bertha Mae, on a bloody dulceola! Songs by Barbecue Bob, Bukka White, and Furry Lewis, a great slide rendition of Casey Jones with lots of sound effects. Ended the show with a tricked-out version of Broonzy’s Mopper Blues. He did a half-dozen other songs I didn’t write down, played on a six-string banjo, autoharp, dulceola, or a Gibson whose odometer must’ve turned over at least twice by now. Everything done at a level of musicianship that comes from 40 years of dedication. The Road Warrior will be in Portland tonight, Eugene Saturday night, then on down the left coast. If you’re within 100 miles of one of his shows, please go and give more than the suggested donation, you’ll be amply rewarded. Fifteen hardcores last night. Thank you Bruce and Bonnie.