Gov’t Mule Welcomes Additional Guests
Photo by Heath Robson via Mule.net
Members of The Revivalists sat in with Gov’t Mule last night at Kansas City, MO’s Uptown Theater. The New Orleans band has spent the past week on the road with Gov’t Mule as a support act.
During Gov’t Mule’s second set, Revivalists saxophonist player Rob Ingraham emerged for a cover of Pink Floyd’s “Money.” Later in the evening, Revivalists pedal steel player Ed Williams took the stage with Gov’t Mule for a cover of Traffic’s “Sad & Deep As You.”
The members of The Revivalists have regularly sat in with Gov’t Mule during their current tour. The twoo bands will perform in Springfield, MO this evening.
Here’s a look at last night’s setlist as it appears in our Box Scores section via Mule.net
Uptown Theater, Kansas City, MO
Set I: Railroad Boy > Larger Than Life, Temporary Saint, Little Toy Brain, Blind Man In The Dark (with Ain’t No Sunshine Lyrics), Bad Man Walking, Lola Leave Your Light On, Unring The Bell (with Get Up, Stand Up & Shakedown Street Teases; I Shot The Sheriff Lyrics), Broke Down On The Brazos
Set II: One Of These Days > Money^, No Need To Suffer, Kind Of Bird (with Happy Together Tease) > Drums > Captured, Rocking Horse, Trampled Under Foot
Enc: Sad & Deep As You*
Notes: ^with Rob Ingraham *with Ed Williams