Geeking out about Pink Floyd guitar solos with Gov’t Mule mastermind Warren Haynes
When Gov't Mule performs an evening's worth of Pink Floyd covers, vocalist-guitarist Warren Haynes said he assumes two roles: musician and fan.
Fall Tour (Including Mule-O-Ween) Announced
Gov't Mule is excited to announce its 2018 Fall Tour. The 13 show run, which begins October 18th in Knoxville and concludes November 2nd in Cleveland, will include a 2-night stand at the intimate, historic Lyric Theatre in Birmingham, AL and a very special Mule-o-Ween celebration at The Tabernacle in Atlanta on October 27th.
Gov’t Mule Keeps On Keepin’ On After 25 Years
There are some nights when Gov't Mule walks onstage, checks out the crowd and, depending on the vibe they get, say to hell with the setlist. Read More
Listen to Ann Wilson’s Cover of Lesley Gore’s ‘You Don’t Own Me’ ft. Warren Haynes
Ann Wilson has released the second single from her upcoming album Immortal -- a cover of Lesley Gore's 1963 hit "You Don't Own Me." Read More
Darkstar Jam Live
In honor of Jerry Garcia's birthday, here's a live performance of “Darkstar Jam" ft. Stanton Moore (Galactic).
Folk Fest Interview: Warren Haynes of Gov’t Mule Makes Surprise Appearance
Warren Haynes is known to many as the former guitarist for The Allman Brothers Band and founder of the popular jam band Gov’t Mule. Haynes made a surprise appearance Sunday at the Newport Folk Festival joining Wilco guitarist Nels Cline in a special set dedicated to the Curtis Rogers resonator guitar.
Warren Haynes Guests With Nels Cline At Newport Folk Festival
This past weekend’s Newport Folk Festival at Fort Adams State Park in Newport, Rhode Island was filled with surprise appearances from musicians such as David Crosby, John Prine and Mumford & Sons. Sunday kept the trend going with Warren Haynes stopping by to sit-in with guitarist Nels Cline.
Gov’t Mule performing this week at FloydFest
Fans of Gov’t Mule attending FloydFest this week will have a unique performance. Gov’t Mule is a headliner for FloydFest 18: Wild.
Gov’t Mule Battles With Rain In Delaware & Delivers A Set Heavy On Covers
Mule deals with the wrath of Mother Nature in Delaware at The Freeman Stage.
Warren Haynes, John Medeski, George Porter Jr. and Joe Russo Join Together For One-Night-Only
debra of America is proud to announce that GRAMMY® Award-winning vocalist, songwriter and guitar legend Warren Haynes will team with John Medeski, George Porter, Jr. and Joe Russo for a very special, one night only 2-set performance at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY on October 5th, 2018, to raise awareness of the rare painful genetic disease, Epidermolysis Bullosa, commonly known as EB and “the worst disease you’ve never heard of.”
Gov’t Mule Presents ‘Dark Side Of The Mule’ At Peach Music Festival
On Saturday night Gov’t Mule was tasked with closing out the main stage with at The Peach Music Festival at Montage Mountain in Scranton, Pennsylvania. The jam titans used a late-night set to present their interpretation of the music of Pink Floyd with “Dark Side Of The Mule.” Fresh off a string of dates with The Avett Brothers and The Magpie Salute, Warren Haynes & Co. were coming in well-prepared for their tribute set that saw them dig in on the seminal psychedelic band’s catalog. Read More
Warren Haynes Shares FloydFest Memories
Every year at about this time, thousands of people make memories at FloydFest. That number includes the hundreds of performers who play there. Read More
Peach Festival returns to Scranton with Gov’t Mule, Dickey Betts, more
Much like he participated in the evolution of the Allman Brothers Band, Warren Haynes has witnessed the ripening of the Peach Music Festival from the inside. Read More
Warren Haynes talks influences, favorite places to play
Haynes and Gov't Mule return to Artpark for a performance on Tuesday Read More
The Core: Warren Haynes on Touring Dark Side of the Mule, The Avett Brothers and More
The Gov't Mule guitarist offers an inside look at the band's tour with The Avett Brothers and The Magpie Salute, his latest batch of Allman Brothers Band covers and why the Revolution is far from over.