Warren Haynes Talks Guitars, Gov’t Mule and Tel-Star Sessions
Gov’t Mule fans received quite a treat this past August. Coinciding with the band’s 2016 “Smokin’ Mule” tour, the blues-rock veterans released The Tel-Star Sessions, a set of recordings made by the original lineup back in June 1994, when the very idea of Gov’t Mule was just starting to coalesce. Recorded in Bradenton, Florida—while guitarist Warren Haynes and bassist Allen Woody were enjoying some down time from their work in the Allman Brothers band—the material was originally meant to comprise the group’s debut album.
Warren Haynes Presents: The 28th Annual Christmas Jam
Warren Haynes’ 28th Annual Christmas Jam returns on December 10, 2016 to once again light up Asheville, NC’s U.S. Cellular Center with the holiday spirit. One of the most celebrated and longest-running live concerts in the U.S., the Christmas Jam is a beloved tradition that brings together the Asheville community with performing artists, volunteers and friends from all over the country to raise funds for the Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity.
New Year’s Tickets On Sale Now
Gov't Mule returns to New York City's Beacon Theatre for their annual New Year's run December 30 + 31, 2016. Tickets for both nights are on sale now!
Warren Haynes leads two ‘Dear Jerry’ tributes to the Grateful Dead’s Garcia in D.C. this weekend
At last year’s “Dear Jerry” concert — a tribute to Jerry Garcia featuring the surviving members of the Grateful Dead and a host of other artists — one bold name was missing from the lineup: Warren Haynes.
New Year’s at The Beacon: A New York Tradition
Gov't Mule is excited to announce the return of their annual New Year's shows at The Beacon Theatre in New York, NY taking place Friday, December 30 and Saturday, December 31.
Watch Warren Haynes Pay Tribute to Dr. John With ‘You Lie’: Exclusive Premiere
Warren Haynes puts his spin on a page from the Dr. John songbook in this exclusive premiere of “You Lie,” a cut from the upcoming tribute album The Musical Mojo of Dr. John.
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14 Music Acts Perform All 14 Tracks To Celebrate the Album's 50th Anniversary
The Present Meets the Past for Gov’t Mule
For all of his skills as a guitarist, singer and songwriter, Warren Haynes’ artistry is perhaps best defined by his continual quest for new creative projects. In June 1994, Haynes — alongside his fellow Allman Brothers Band member Allen Woody and drummer Matt Abts — entered Tel-Star Studios in Bradenton, Florida, to record a mixture of originals and cover songs.
American Songwriter Lyric of the Week: ‘Soulshine’
Some songs that don’t sell millions of copies still become well-known favorites as the years go by, and even become standards. While it’s not exactly a standard yet, one such song that has become more familiar and popular with the passing of time is “Soulshine,” written by Warren Haynes of the legendary blues-rock outfit Gov’t Mu
‘Global Citizen: The World On Stage’ Fuses Big Ideas
Tom Morello, Warren Haynes, Regina Spektor and many more took to the "world stage" prior to the Global Citizen Festival this weekend.
Warren Haynes, Tom Morello, Paul Simon & More Perform At Global Citizen Event
On Saturday New York City’s Central Park will host this year’s Global Citizen Festival, but the weekend got underway early for the organization which aims to stomp out extreme poverty by 2030 with Global Citizen: The World On Stage at the NYU Skirball Center.
The World’s Best Band: Gov’t Mule
Anyone who doubts that Gov’t Mule is the greatest rock ‘n’ roll band in the world is unfamiliar with Gov’t Mule, has hearing difficulties, or is unworthy of trust on matters related to music.
Warren To Join Global Citizen: The World On Stage
Join Warren at the #WorldOnStage with Global Citizen this Thursday, September 22.
Caution: Mule-O-Ween Ahead!
This year, Gov't Mule will be celebrating Halloween early with our annual Mule-O-Ween show taking place on Saturday, October 29 at The Palace Theatre in Albany, NY.
Warren Haynes: Guitar Great Talks Gov’t Mule, Allmans & Jones Beach
When I first started listening to ZZ Top at the very beginning, there was no template for what they were doing. They were doing something that was different from anybody else.