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Published: 2017/08/13

Gov’t Mule Reunite with a Number of Longtime Collaborators at Peach

Gov’t Mule took to the stage at Peach Festival and welcomed a number of close friends and guests as Warren Haynes reunited with a number of former Allman Brothers bandmates and longtime collaborators.

Among them, Jack Pearson and Marcus King, who emerged for a cover of Marshall Tucker Band’s “Can’t You See” early on in Mule’s set. From there, Chuck Leavell took to the keys for a rendition of “Soulshine” and then John Scofield joined the fray for the blues classic “Night Time is the Right Time,” a staple cover on their Sco-Mule tour.

Leavell exited and Scofield remained for the following “Devil Likes It Slow” and “Which Way Do We Run” before Haynes’ ABB bandmate Marc Quinones joined in on Sco-Mule’s “Hottenot” and the following “Kind of Bird” before Mule brought the whole show back to the opening song, “Traveling Tune.”

To close the show, Widespread Panic guitarists John Bell and Jimmy Herring joined in for a cover of Neil Young’s “Cortez the Killer,” a very common cover for Mule and Panic during their collaborations over the years.

Here’s a look at the setlist:

Gov’t Mule
Peach Music Festival, Scranton, PA

Set I: Traveling Tune, Stone Cold Rage, Revolution Come, Revolution Go, Can’t You See*, Soulshine**, The Night Time is the Right Time***, Devil Likes It Slow^, Which Way Do We Run^, Hottenot^^, Kind of Bird^^ > Traveling Tune, Cortez the Killer^^^

Notes: *w/Jack Pearson and Marcus King **w/Chuck Leavell ***w/Chuck Leavell & John Scofield ^w/John Scofield ^^w/John Scofield and Marc Quinones ^^^w/John Bell & Jimmy Herring

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