Gov’t Mule, Phil Lesh Quintet Highlight Lockn’ Festival
LOCKN’ 2020 moves to a three-day format following previous four-day installments. This year’s festival will celebrate Phil Lesh’s 80th birthday with headlining sets each night featuring the Grateful Dead bassist.
Warren Haynes, Dave Matthews, Jackson Browne, Black Crowes’ Robinsons Lead ‘Love Rocks’ NYC Gig
Designer John Varvatos and God’s Love We Deliver trustee member Greg Williamson will serve as executive producer of the benefit show, with Whoopi Goldberg, Jeff Garlin, Ellie Kemper and Paul Shaffer sharing hosting duties for the concert; former Late Show With David Letterman announcer Alan Kalter will provide the event’s “voice of God,” organizers added.
The Thrill Is Gone: A Tribute To B.B. King
Blackbird Presents and The Capitol Theatre in partnership with the B.B. King Estate are proud to announce two incredible nights of music celebrating the music of B.B. King. The Thrill Is Gone: A Tribute To B.B. King featuring some of music’s greatest Blues and Rock legends celebrating the legendary king of Blues, B.B. King.
The Doors: Break On Thru - A Celebration of Ray Manzarek
The Brothers - Celebrating 50 Years of the Music of the Allman Brothers Band
March 10 at Madison Square Garden. Ticket Presales January 7; Public On Sale January 10.
Gov’t Mule Welcomes 2020 With Beatles Tribute, Guest Sit-Ins At NYC’s Beacon Theatre
Gov’t Mule headed back at the Beacon Theatre on Tuesday to continue their annual tradition of ringing in the new year with their fans at the historic New York City venue. Just as they’d teased earlier this month, Mule’s three-set New Year’s Eve performance included a tribute to The Beatles and some late-show sit-ins from Conan bandleader/guitarist Jimmy Vivino. Read More
Gov’t Mule Welcomes Jimmy Vivino, Oz Noy & More At The Beacon
Gov’t Mule rolled into New York City on Monday night to kick off one of two concerts at the Beacon Theatre, continuing their guest-filled New Year’s run. Joining the band this time around were Jimmy Vivino, Oz Noy, Connor Kennedy, Carmine Appice, Aaron Heick and The Better Half Singers. Read More
Gov’t Mule Welcomes Danny Draher & Paul Ill In Connecticut
Gov’t Mule continued their New Year’s run on Saturday night, this time around at the Palace Theater in Waterbury, Connecticut. Warren Haynes and company welcomed longtime friends Danny Draher and Paul III to close out the concert. Read More
Devon Allman, Duane Betts, Ron Holloway & Others Join Gov’t Mule In Philadelphia
Gov’t Mule rolled through The Met in Philadelphia on Friday night. Warren Haynes and company welcomed a bevy of guests including Devon Allman, Duane Betts (The Allman Betts Band opened the show), Ron Holloway, John Ginty, Johnny Stachela, Berry Oakley Jr. and The Better Half Singers featuring Machan Taylor and Mini Carlsson to kick off their New Year’s run.
See Billy Gibbons Jam With Warren Haynes, Nancy Wilson From Guitar Legends 3 Special
Billy Gibbons and a guest list of all-star guitarists recently united for the ZZ Top legend’s Guitar Legends 3 benefit concert. Ahead of the show’s hour-long special airing tonight on the CW, Rolling Stone is premiering a pair of collaborations from the November 24th gig in San Diego. Read More
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The Benefit Concert V. 16 Out Now!
We are thrilled to officially share with you Warren Haynes Presents The Benefit Concert Volume 16 - Available today on CD/DVD, Blu-Ray, Double Vinyl and Digitally! Read More
See Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit’s ‘Stockholm’ From Warren Haynes’ ‘The Benefit Concert Vol. 16′
Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit have shared a live performance of "Stockholm," the second track on Isbell's seminal 2013 album, Southeastern. Press play above to watch the clip of the group's 2014 performance, which is premiering exclusively on The Boot and is part of a forthcoming CD and DVD release. Read More
Gov’t Mule’s Warren Haynes: “When I switch to my ’59 Les Paul, there’s something magical there that
Warren Haynes dishes on how he's kept Gov't Mule together for 25 years, and offers an interesting take on the regime of self-improvement as a guitarist Read More
Associated Press: Get In The Holiday Mood
Since the late 1980s, Warren Haynes has made a tradition of his Christmas Jam, an annual event in Asheville, North Carolina, benefiting the local chapter of Habitat for Humanity. Haynes has also made a tradition of releasing albums from the concerts, usually years after they were recorded.