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Published: 2006/04/24

Warren and Gregg

On Saturday September 2, Gov’t Mule will offer a headlining show at Morrison, CO’s Red Rocks, a night after the Allman Brothers Band performs at the same venue. Gregg Allman has confirmed that he will stay in town for an extra day, joining Haynes for a special acoustic set before Gov’t Mule’s performance. The Yonder Mountain String Band will open both the Allman Brothers Band and Gov’t Mule’s Red Rocks concerts.

Last week, Gov’t Mule kicked-off another busy spring tour in the southeast. While performing at Raleigh, NC’s Disco Rodeo Thursday night, Gov’t Mule invited Widespread Panic’s Dave Schools and JoJo Hermann onstage near the end of its second set. The Panic duo, who were in town to perform at the Walnut Creek Amphitheater the following night, joined on Traffic’s ‘Low Spark Of High-Heeled Boys’ and ‘Can’t You See.’ On Saturday, while performing at Vanderbilt University’s Rites of Spring festival. Gov’t Mule also invited Audley Freed onstage for ‘Don’t Let It Bring You Down.’ Freed, who performed with Gov’t Mule a handful of times during its Deep End-era, played with bassist Andy Hess in the Black Crowes.

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