Jim McCarty Joins Gov’t Mule in Detroit
Jim McCarty sat in with Gov’t Mule last night at The Fillmore in Detroit. The blues guitarist and Detroit native—who used to tour with Mitch Ryder, Buddy Miles and more—joined the band for their encore, which consisted of a take on Freddie King’s “Goin’ Down” and a rendition of Sonny Boy Williamson’s “Good Morning Little Schoolgirl” that was sandwiched within Albert King’s “The Hunter.”
Gov’t Mule will make their way to the House of Blues in Cleveland tonight before continuing with their extensive tour.
Here’s a look at last night’s setlist via our Box Scores page
Set I: Broke Down On The Brazos, About To Rage > World Boss, Streamline Woman, Mr. Man, Whisper In Your Soul, Which Way Do We Run, Captured, Funny Little Tragedy
Set II: No Reward, Scared To Live, Larger Than Life, Birth Of The Mule > Drums > Brighter Days > Like Flies, Fallen Down > The Other One Jam (with Gimme Shelter Lyrics)
E: Goin’ Down*, The Hunter* > Good Morning Little Schoolgirl* > The Hunter*
(*)with Jim McCarty