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Published: 2013/10/03

Gov’t Mule Covers Robert Johnson with The London Souls in Columbus

The London Souls sat in with Gov’t Mule last night at the LC Pavilion in Columbus, OH. Guitarist Tash Neal, drummer Chris St. Hilaire and bassist Stu Mahan all joined Mule for their second encore—a take on Robert Johson’s “32/20 Blues.”

The London Souls have been opening for Gov’t Mule for the last few shows on their tour, and Neal recently played with the band during their show in Louisville, KY. The group will continue to provide support during Gov’t Mule’s upcoming gigs in Chicago this Friday and Saturday.

In related news, The London Souls just confirmed a New Year’s Eve run at Paradise Rock Club in Boston with Soulive.

Here’s a look at last night’s setlist via our Box Scores page

Wednesday, October 2, 2013, Gov’t Mule, LC Pavilion, Columbus, OH

Set I: Bad Little Doggie > Bad Man Walking, Lay Your Burden Down, Rocking Horse, Funny Little Tragedy, Have Mercy On The Criminal, Banks Of The Deep End, Scared To Live, Railroad Boy

Set II: Gameface (with Birdland Tease), Captured, No Reward, Forevermore > Drums > Stoop So Low (Outro 3), Mule > Superstition > Mule

Enc 1: Bring On The Music First Time Played

Enc 2: 32/20 Blues*

Notes: *with Tash Neal, Chris St. Hilaire & Stu Mahan


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