Listen To Gov’t Mule’s New Album ‘Revolution Come…Revolution Go’
Warren Haynes is no stranger to making political statements on Gov’t Mule albums ― and the band’s new record is no exception. Called “Revolution Come…Revolution Go,” the set, which makes its premiere Monday on HuffPost, features songs about the current political climate ― with an overarching theme of unity.
New Song: ‘Pressure Under Fire’
Gov't Mule has shared the fourth track from its forthcoming record, Revolution Come... Revolution Go, out next Friday, June 9.
Gov’t Mule’s “Revolution”: Hope for an angry and divided land
“My whole life’s been filled with dreams and songs,” Warren Haynes sang with a touch of melancholy in his voice as Gov’t Mule played their last song of a two set, three hour show in Milwaukee on May 26.
On the afternoon of May 27th, Gregg Allman – the founding singer-organist of the Allman Brothers Band – died of complications from liver cancer at his home in Savannah, Georgia. He was 69. That night, at the Summer Camp festival in Chillicothe, Illinois, singer-guitarist Warren Haynes – who spent 25 years at Gregg's side in the Allman Brothers – paid homage with his own band Gov't Mule.
Gregg Allman Remembered by Warren Haynes, Allman Brothers Guitarist: ‘He’s One of the Greatest Artis
Warren Haynes was The Allman Brothers Band's guitarist from 1989-1997 and 2000-2014. He co-wrote many songs with Gregg Allman -- including "End Of The Line," "All Night Train," "Sailin' Across The Devil's Sea," "Firing Line" and "High Cost of Living" -- for latter-day Allmans albums.
RIP Gregg Allman
I am at a loss for words. I was moved by Gregg’s voice when I first heard the Allman Brothers Band in 1969. I was nine years old. I had not even picked up a guitar yet but thanks to my to older brothers I had been exposed to a lot of great soul music with the best singers in the world. But this was something different.
Warren Haynes’ Revolution Radio
Warren Haynes takes over Jam_ON with Revolution Radio to premiere every song from the new Gov't Mule album "Revolution Come... Revolution Go”
Gov’t Mule Shake Things Up
When Warren Haynes started Gov’t Mule back in 1994, he didn’t envision it as being anything more than a one-off side project. He had a valid reason, since he was playing with the Allman Brothers at the time.
Revolution Come… Revolution Go Spotify Contest
Create your own 'Revolution Come… Revolution Go' playlist on Spotify for the chance to win an exclusive Gov't Mule merch pack!
Revolution and road songs: An interview Warren Haynes
Fully focused on the later at present, Haynes and Gov't Mule are set to release their tenth studio album (and first in four years), aptly titled Revolution Come... Revolution Go, on June 9 on Fantasy Records.
Warren Haynes Performs Two New Gov’t Mule Songs For ‘Opie Radio’
Earlier this week Gov’t Mule frontman Warren Haynes appeared on the SiriusXM radio show Opie Radio. Haynes, who has made a handful of visits to shows hosted by Gregg “Opie” Hughes over the years, included solo performances of two of the more beautiful tunes from Mule’s new LP on Opie Radio.
RIP Chris Cornell
Damn! Another great loss-way too soon. Great singer, great songwriter, great front man.
Warren & Jorgen On Cover of Guitar World
Warren and Jorgen grace the cover of Guitar World. In the latest issue, Warren discusses the songwriting and recording of Gov't Mule's new studio album.
Gov’t Mule Perform Live with The New York Times
Earlier this afternoon Gov't Mule joined The New York Times for a Facebook Live session at the Gibson Guitars Showroom in New York City.
Gov’t Mule Perform on AOL Build
Gov't Mule takes the stage to talk about the album and play a few songs for the audience. Interview at 692 Broadway in NYC for BUILD Series.