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Published: 2017/08/17

Gov’t Mule Welcome Erica Falls and Members of Galactic in Indianapolis

Gov’t Mule continued their run of dates with special guests Galactic last night at Indianapolis’ White River State Park, and the band was once again joined by members of the opening band, along with their frequent collaborator Erica Falls.

Mule peppered their setlist with some new tunes from their most recent album Revolution Come…Revolution Go, but Warren Haynes and company mostly stuck to their staples and some choice covers, including Etta James’ classic “I’d Rather Go Blind,” which featured Falls on vocals, along with Galactic saxophonist Ben Ellman and trumpet player Shamarr Allen. The two horns would rejoin the band with the set-closing cover of Little Feat’s “Spanish Moon,” which also featured Galactic keyboardist Rich Vogel and guitarist Jeff Raines.

See the full setlist below as it appears in our Box Scores section. Gov’t Mule and Galactic round out their run together with two more shows starting tomorrow in Des Moines, IA.

Gov’t Mule
The Lawn at White River State Park Indianapolis, IN

Traveling Tune, Mule, Time To Confess, Monkey Hill (with She’s So Heavy ending), Doing It To Death, Captured, Soulshine, Brand New Angel, Mr. High & Mighty, Mother Earth, One Of These Days, I’d Rather Go Blind*, Stone Cold Rage, Drawn That Way (with Angel tease) > Game Face > Mountain Jam > Game Face > Temporary Saint, Spanish Moon^ (with Thank You Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin lyrics)

Enc: Dreams & Songs

Notes: *with Erica Falls, Ben Ellman and Shamarr Allen
^with Ben Ellman, Shamarr Allen, Rich Vogel & Jeff Raines


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