moe. and Mule Collaborate, Tonight’s Show Moved Inside
moe.‘s setlist via Facebook
Gov’t Mule and moe. kicked off a short co-headlining tour at Bangor, ME’s Waterfront Pavilion last night. Gov’t Mule performed first and invited moe. guitarist Chuck Garvey out for a take on Bob Dylan’s “All Along the Watchtower.” The members of moe. returned the favor during their set and brought out Mule guitarist Warren Haynes and keyboardist Danny Louis for a take on The Rolling Stones’ Sticky Fingers classic “Can’t You Hear Me Knocking.”
The longtime friends will perform in Asbury Park, NJ this evening. Though the show was originally slated to take place at the outdoor Stone Pony Summerstage, due to severe thunderstorm warnings the show was been moved down the block to the Paramount Theater. The venue change has also changed some of the evening’s set times.
A note from the bands reads:
Due to being indoors, there is not the same curfew/noise ordinance restrictions that had us starting the show earlier than we would have preferred for a weekday. The show will now start at 7:30p (with the doors at 6p) with Gov’t Mule followed by moe. Each band will still be playing a full 2 hour set. Stone Pony tickets will be honored and all seats are General Admission. Due to the Paramount being a smaller venue than the Pony, there are only a limited number of tickets still available. If you plan on attending this show, we strongly suggest you purchase your tickets now through Ticketmaster.com or The Stone Pony Box office.
The weather for Saturday looks great, so the 6/23 show will take place at The Stone Pony Summerstage as previously scheduled. The schedule for Saturday remains: 5:30p moe. and 8:00p Gov’t Mule
Tickets for Saturday’s show can also be purchased in advance
Please visit our Box Scores section for a look at both bands’ setlists.