Gov’t Mule Honor The Beatles in Montgomery
Gov’t Mule paid tribute to the 50th anniversary of The Beatles’ appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show with a special encore in Montgomery, AL last night. The Warren Haynes-led outfit wrapped up their show with string of Fab Four covers—“Helter Skelter,” “Yer Blues,” “I’m So Tired” and “The End.”
In related news, Gov’t Mule were joined by their friends greg Martin and Richard Young during their Saturday night performance at the Southern Kentucky Performing Arts Center in Bowling Green, KY. Both musicians sat in with the group for a take on “Stay With Me” that closed out their first set, while Martin returned to help them with a “32/20 Blues” encore.
Gov’t Mule will continue their tour tomorrow night with a show at Von Braun Hall in Hunstville, AL.
Here’s a look at last night’s setlist via our Box Scores page
Sunday, February 9, 2014, Gov’t Mule, Montgomery Performing Arts Center, Montgomery, AL
Set I: Mr. High & Mighty, Brand New Angel, World Boss > Mother Earth, Thelonius Beck, Million Miles From Yesterday, Child Of The Earth, Painted Silver Light, Broke Down On The Brazos
Set II: Hammer & Nails, Trane, Lonesome Whistle, Brighter Days > Drums > Whisper In Your Soul, Which Way Do We Run > Babylon Turnpike > Which Way Do We Run, Effigy > Folsom Prison Blues Jam > Effigy
Enc: Helter Skelter, Yer Blues, I’m So Tired, The End