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Published: 2013/11/01

Robby Krieger Joins Gov’t Mule in Oakland

Gov’t Mule surprised fans recently by announcing they would be joined by The Doors guitarist Robby Krieger for their Halloween shows at The Fonda in Los Angeles on October 30 and Oakland’s Fox Theatre. Last night, the duo picked up where they left off in L.A., performing an entire set of The Doors music.

While Mule’s set on Halloween didn’t stray too far from the blueprint set on October 30, fans were still thrilled to hear Krieger lend his guitar to some of The Doors’ classic material like “Light My Fire” and “L.A. Woman.”

Warren Haynes and company also got help from Mark Karan, best known for his work with Bob Weir and RatDog, during the first of two encores that included a cover of The Doors’ “Roadhouse Blues.” The band returned to the stage a second time to close the show with “When The Music’s Over.”

Gov’t Mule’s tour continues with a show tonight in Las Vegas, NV.

Here’s a look at the setlist from last night:

Gov’t Mule, October 31, 2013, Fox Theatre, Oakland, CA

Set One:

Mule >
Kind Of Bird
Scared To Live
Captured
No Reward
No Need To Suffer
Stoop So Low (Outro 1)
Bring On The Music

Set Two (with Robby Krieger):

Break On Through (To The Other Side)
Five To One
Peace Frog
People Are Strange
Wild Child
Hello, I Love You
Been Down So Long
The Changeling
Cars Hiss By My Window
Light My Fire (with My Favorite Things Tease)
Love Me Two Times
The End >
Riders On The Storm
L.A. Woman

First Encore:
Roadhouse Blues (with Mark Karan)

Second Encore:
When The Music’s Over

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