After what was one of the best Mule shows in recent history, Warren and the boys headed down to D.C. to continue their Come What May 2017 tour.
For the second night in a row, Mule honored the recently deceased grunge rock icon, Chris Cornell with a great cover of “Fell On Black Days.”
Ron Holloway was the guest of the evening and joined Mule on three tunes throughout the evening including “Doin’ It Do Death,” “Soulshine,” and “32/20 Blues.” Nothing like Ron playing his heart out on the sax during a Mule show—when are they going to make an offer for him to be a full time member of Gov’t Mule?
A few of the tunes off their upcoming album “Revolution Come…Revolution Go” were sprinkled throughout the two sets, including a “Dreams and Songs” encore. Warren also does right by Mule fans with plenty of teases tucked into some of the extended jams.
Blind Man In The Dark
Mr. High & Mighty >
Mr. Man with Highway Star tease
Unring The Bell with Shakedown Street tease
Revolution Come, Revolution Go
Doing It To Death with Ron Holloway
Soulshine with Ron Holloway
Stone Cold Rage
Fell On Black Days
Funny Little Tragedy > with Message In A Bottle & The Bed’s Too Big Without You lyrics & Get Up, Stand Up tease
Larger Than Life >
If 6 Was 9 >
Larger Than Life
Just Got Paid
32/20 Blues with Ron Holloway, Feats Don’t Fail Me Now lyrics & Loser tease
Dreams & Songs
Thanks to Alex Leary for another great recording!
Photo credit: Heath Robson
Jam DeetsJam Date: May 20, 2017
Featuring: Gov\'t Mule
Venue: The Warner Theatre
Songs: 32/20 Blues, Blind Man In The Dark, Doing it to Death, Dreams and Songs, Endless Parade, Fell On Black Days, Funny Little Tragedy, If 6 Was 9, Just Got Paid, Larger Than Life, Mother Earth, Mr. High & Mighty, Mr. Man, Revolution Come Revolution Go, Sarah Surrender, Soulshine, Stone Cold Rage, Unring The Bell
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