Remembering Jerry Garcia with The Days Between on Grateful Dead Channel
Born in San Fransisco on August 1st, 1942, Jerry Garcia would grow up to become the legendary front-man for the era-defining band, The Grateful Dead. Passing away just days after his birthday 22 years ago, this year Garcia would have been 75.
Warren Haynes of Gov’t Mule embraces the jam band and remembers Allman Brothers bandmates
Warren Haynes, frontman of Gov’t Mule, has defied genres over the years. He contributed 25 years of guitar work to Southern rock pioneers The Allman Brothers and is celebrating 23 years with his own project Gov’t Mule, an eclectic blend of soul, rock, blues, jazz and country.
Warren Haynes Talks Riding the ‘Fun Bus’ with Gregg Allman; Performs
Watch the full interview above with Haynes' performance of Gov't Mule's new song "Traveling Tune." The new album, Revolution Come, Revolution Go, is available now.
Gov’t Mule’s new album has a bluesy worldview
We live in a country where some fresh new political hell seems to reveal itself every day, where the population seems more divided than ever, and where our leaders seem determined to argue, posture, and insult each other instead of working on actual issues.
AXT TV To Premiere ‘Jerry Garcia Symphonic Celebration Featuring Warren Haynes’
Last year on August 1, the Jerry Garcia Symphonic Celebration Featuring Warren Haynes concert was held at Red Rocks in Morrison, Colorado. AXS TV will soon premiere footage from the all-star performance as part of the channel’s annual “days between” celebration between Garcia’s birth on August 1 and death on August 9.
Warren Haynes Reflects On Two Decades Of Gov’t Mule
Carter Alan caught up with Warren Haynes for this week’s edition of Sunday Morning Blues on WZLX. Fresh off the release of his tenth studio album with Gov’t Mule, Revolution Come… Revolution Go, Haynes opened up about entering his third decade with the band, and what comes next.
Warren Haynes Recalls Sharing a Tour Bus with Dave Grohl’s Mom On 9/11
In the audio, listen as he tells a story of sharing a tour bus from New York City to Denver with Dave Grohl’s mom, Virginia, shortly after the tragedy. Read More
Gov’t Mule to Bring Wealth of Music, Memories
When guitar legend Warren Haynes comes to Augusta next week, he’ll bring along not only his musical skills but also years of memories of performing with three of America’s greatest live bands – The Allman Brothers Band, the Dead and Gov’t Mule.
A Mighty Fine Ride It’s Been: An Interview with Warren Haynes
The term “government mule” refers to the 40 acres and a mule that some slaves were given in America after emancipation. As far as labor and taking care of the land, the animals were fairly useless. That’s not where southern rock jam band Gov’t Mule’s name derives from, though.
Warren Haynes discusses new Gov’t Mule album, coming Peach Fest performance
In a year marred by the deaths of two founding members of the Allman Brothers Band, the artist lineup for the annual Peach Music Festival, launched by the Southern rock fathers in 2012, will include friends, family members and alumni of the iconic band.
Video Premiere: Gov’t Mule Debuts Live ‘Dark Was the Night, Cold Was the Ground’
Beloved American rock band Gov’t Mule — fronted by the Grammy-winning guitar legend Warren Haynes — released its 10th studio album, Revolution Come…Revolution Go last month, a set that the band began recording on Election Day 2016, and which captures via a track-listing of thoughtful songs the divided political climate currently brewing in the USA.
Win A Pair of Passes to Peach Fest
Want to catch Gov't Mule live at The Peach Music Festival? We've got a pair of 4-Day GA passes for one lucky winner.
Gov’t Mule frontman ready for ‘blast’ at Peacemaker Music and Arts Festival
Gov’t Mule singer-guitarist Warren Haynes might be as excited about the upcoming Peacemaker Music and Arts Festival as anyone. Read More
2017 High Sierra Music Festival: Highlights and Ones To Watch
We end where this review began, riding the Mule into the midnight hour. One hesitates to call a set “perfect” but this was damn near to it.
Warren Featured in Vintage Guitar
Warren Haynes is featured in the latest issue of Vintage Guitar talking new Mule.