Well, we know that Nashville Symphony fundraiser organizers didn't lose their bong in the flood, amiright? How else are you going to explain an orchestra benefit featuring Eddie Money and Edgar Winter? At first glance, somebody had to be sneaking a bit of Grandma's glaucoma medicine when they booked Marshall Tucker and The Little River Band; it's the only explanation. But we hear the artists themselves offered their services, coming to the aid of Music City's submerged Schermerhorn. We're big enough fans of the Symphony and classic rock to overlook the cognitive dissonance and the fact that the local opener, Manic Bloom, sounds like Trans-Siberian Nickelback. (Seriously, who was like, "You know, I think our neo-grunge needs more strings," and why didn't anyone stop them?) And besides -- EDGAR FUCKING WINTER! "Frankenstein" might be the best way to describe the concept behind this show, but it's still one of the greatest songs in rock history. Now where'd we put our medicine? Our cataracts are acting up.