Gov’t Mule has been relentlessly touring since 1994. During those 23 years, they have zigzagged the US dozens of times, gone to South America, Japan, Israel and Europe multiple times. The Mule has even made their way to Australia. It would be noteworthy for a band with 2,000 gigs under their belt to hit a new country. On Sunday, Gov’t Mule played in Ireland for the very first time.
Warren and company treated Dublin to two sets that were low on covers and heavy on original material spanning their 20+ year recording history. If you’ve never been to a Mule show, you need to hear tunes like “Mule,” “Bands of the Deep End,” and “Thorazine Shuffle,” am I right?
The Mule did play one very notable cover for Dublin—the Allman Brothers Band classic “Dreams.”
02 Hammer & Nails
04 Thorazine Shuffle
05 Banks of The Deep End
06 Sarah, Surrender
07 Stone Cold Rage
09 Whisper In Your Soul
12 Rocking Horse
13 Revolution Come, Revolution Go
14 No Need to Suffer
15 Painted Silver Light
16 Devil Likes It Slow
17 Million Miles from Yesterday
18 Railroad Boy
19 Encore Break
20 Soulshine>Tupelo Honey>Soulshine
First ever Govt Mule show in Ireland.
Thanks to Kagee for the incredible audience recording.
Photo credit: James Sands
Jam DeetsJam Date: October 22, 2017
Featuring: Gov\'t Mule
Venue: The Academy
Songs: Ballerina, Banks Of The Deep End, Devil Likes it Slow, Dreams, Hammer and Nails, Million Miles From Yesterday, Mule, No Need To Suffer, Painted Silver Light, Railroad Boy, Revolution Come Revolution Go, Rocking Horse, Sarah Surrender, Sco-Mule, Soulshine, Stone Cold Rage, Thorazine Shuffle, Tupelo Honey, Whisper In Your Soul
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