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.
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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.
Island Exodus 9 SOLD OUT
Island Exodus 9 has officially SOLD OUT. Fans wishing to attend can register to join the wait list.
It’s been a rugged spring for Warren Haynes. On one hand, he was part of the celebrated Last Waltz 40th Tour and played at a tribute to Merle Haggard in Nashville and at a recreation of Little Feat’s Waiting For Columbus at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival.
Washington Times Review
Good god, I do love when a new album comes from out of nowhere to absolutely blindside me! Ladies and gentlemen, consider your search for the best album of 2017 officially over thanks to Gov’t Mule.
Album review: ‘Revolution Come … Revolution Go’
The early 1970s were a momentous time in the history of rock. Mighty men with loud guitars roamed the land, often leading groups of two or three other men. The best of that era’s bands crafted a sound that enjoyed widespread appeal, thanks to a balance of hard-as-nails beats, thunderous bottom end, and highly appealing guitar riffage. Equally importantly, they had good songs.
Island Exodus 9 Artist and On-Sale Announcement
Gov't Mule’s Island Exodus 9 returns to The Jewel Paradise Cove Resort in Runaway Bay, Jamaica on January 13-17, 2018 for four nights of shows on the beach with the stage just feet from the Caribbean sea!
Gov’t Mule Make Southern Rock Tradition Proud on ‘Revolution Come…Revolution Go’
Warren Haynes' veteran crew bring funk, political skepticism to soaring jams.
Getting A Kick out of Gov’t Mule
Admittedly, it’s not always easy keeping up with Grammy-winning guitarist Warren Haynes. A musician with a seemingly insatiable muse, he divides his time between his longstanding commitment to his band Gov’t Mule, his solo projects, and his family, with primary roles in revived versions of the Dead and the Allman Brothers Band also finding a prominent place in his trajectory.
Revolution Come…Revolution Go (Album Review)
They’ve been one of the finest rock ‘n’ roll acts on the planet for over two decades, gifting us a wealth of material that showcases their flair for improvisation and effortless ability to integrate numerous styles into their musical soup.
Revolution Come… Revolution Go Album Review
It’s difficult to know what Gov’t Mule were planning for their new album as they set up their gear in the studio on the day of the American presidential election last November. However, the events of that night have left a pervading mark upon Revolution Come… Revolution Go, starting with the title.
Don Was Reflects on Warren Haynes and Gov’t Mule
Don Was produced two tracks on Gov’t Mule’s Revolution Come… Revolution Go. It was Was and Warren Haynes first studio work together, after a year of touring in the Last Waltz 40 salute to The Band, in which Was played bass and Haynes led the group on guitar and vocals