Warren Haynes Solo at Gov’t Mule’s Island Exodus
Photo by Dino Perrucci
Warren Haynes was joined by Hook Herrera, Danny Louis, Ron Holloway and Matt Abts during his solo set at Gov’t Mule’s Island Exodus in Negril, Jamaica on Friday. The guitarist knocked out covers of Gillian Welch’s “Time (The Revelator)” and George Harrison’s “Give Me Love (Give Me Peace on Earth)” before being joined by Abts for The Allman Brothers’ “Old Friend” and “Raven Black Night.” Herrera jumped in a few songs later for renditions of Charlie Rich’s “Feel Like Going Home” and Jimmy Cox’s “Nobody Knows You When You’re Down and Out” before Louis took the stage to join them on Van Morrison’s “Ain’t Nothing You Can Do.” Louis then stuck around with Haynes for takes on Radiohead’s “Lucky” and the Grateful Dead’s “Loser.” Next, Holloway sat in with Haynes and Louis for a version of “Endless Parade” that included lyrics from Van Morrison’s “The Way Young Lovers Do.” The group then played Morrison’s “Into the Mystic,” followed by a set closing “Soulshine.” The show ended with Herrera, Louis and Holloway all joining in on “That’s Why We’re Here,” which segued into a cover of The Impressions’ “People Get Ready” for the encore.
Anders Osborne opened for Haynes on Friday, and the New Orleans guitarist played a number of sets throughout the weekend. Friday night’s full Warren Haynes setlist can be viewed below.
Here’s a look at Friday’s setlist from Warren Haynes via Mule.net
Friday, January 18, 2013, Gov’t Mule’s Island Exodus, Negril Jamaica
Time (The Revelator), The Real Thing, Hallelujah Boulevard, Give Me Love, Old Friend*, Raven Black Night*, Railroad Boy, Feel Like Going Home^, Nobody Knows You When You’re Down & Out^, Ain’t Nothing You Can Do**, Lucky^^, Loser^^, Endless Parade (with The Way Young Lovers Do lyrics)^^^, Into The Mystic^^^, Soulshine^^^
That’s Why We’re Here% > People Get Ready%
(*)with Matt Abts
(^)with Hook Herrera
(**)with Hook Herrera and Danny Louis
(^^^)with Ron Holloway and Danny Louis
(&)with Hook Herrera, Danny Louis and Ron Holloway