Gov’t Mule, fresh off their Jamaica Island Exodus getaway is hitting the early festival circuit. While the northern U.S. is still in the throws of winter, sunny Florida has already hosted two major festivals this month. A couple of weekends ago Florida was treated to the annual Sunshine Music Festival and this past weekend, the Florida Jazz and Blues Jam hit Boca Raton.
Among the headliners were Gov’t Mule and The Devon Allman Project featuring Duane Betts. Duane Betts made quite a name for himself in 2017 jamming with Mule, Blackberry Smoke, and Devon Allman among other acts.
At the end of a rip-roaring Mule set, Devon Allman, Duane Betts and Pete Levin joined Mule for a blowout “Statesboro Blues.” After everybody had a turn soloing, Warren thanked the crowd and said they were going to end it how they do in New Orleans with everyone playing at the same time. What ensued was two minutes of jamming bliss.
Railroad Boy >
Banks Of The Deep End >
Rocking Horse >
Game Face >
Revolution Come, Revolution Go
#The Sky Is Crying
Tupelo Honey > Soulshine >
I’m A Ram
enc brake intros
# Pete Levin Keys, Walter Trout Guitar/vocals
^ Duane Betts Guitar, Pete Levin Keys, Devon Allman Guitar vocals
Thanks to Jamgrasss for the recording.
Jam DeetsJam Date: January 27, 2018
Featuring: Devon Allman, Duane Betts, Gov\'t Mule, Pete Levin, Walter Trout
Venue: Florida Jazz & Blues Jam, Sunset Cove Amphitheater
Songs: Banks Of The Deep End, Game Face, I'm a Ram, Railroad Boy, Revolution Come Revolution Go, Rocking Horse, Soulshine, Statesboro Blues, The Sky is Crying, Thorazine Shuffle, Tupelo Honey
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