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Published: 2017/10/27

Gov’t Mule Debut Fats Domino Cover to Honor Late Musician

Gov’t Mule continued their European tour at the O2 Ritz in Manchester, UK, last night, and the band rounded out the performance with a tribute to the late legend Fats Domino, who passed away earlier this week at the age of 89.

Mule filled their two-set offering with live staples and tracks from their newest album, along with covers like “Mountain Jam” and Jimi Hendrix’s “If 6 Was 9,” plus a nod to another recently passed icon with Tom Petty’s “Breakdown” coming in the middle of “Beautifully Broken.” The band then closed out the evening with a tribute rendition of one of Fats Domino’s biggest songs, “Ain’t That A Shame,” the debut for the group.

See the full setlist below as it appears in our Box Scores section. Gov’t Mule keep their European dates rolling tonight with a show at the Tramshed in Cardiff, UK.

Gov’t Mule
O2 Ritz Manchester Manchester, United Kingdom

Set I: World Boss, Mother Earth, Brand New Angel, About To Rage, Stone Cold Rage, Drawn That Way, Game Face > Mountain Jam > Game Face, Revolution Come Revolution Go

Set II: My Oh My, Larger Than Life > If 6 Was 9 > Larger Than Life, Trane > Beautifully Broken > Breakdown > Beautifully Broken > Trane > The Man I Want To Be, Mule > Who Do You Love > Mule, Soulshine

Enc: Ain’t That A Shame*

Notes: *Debut


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