Warren Haynes Confirmed for The Peach Music Festival
Warren Haynes will be joined by Railroad Earth at this year’s Peach Music festival. The Peach Music festival is slated for August 13-16 in Scranton, PA and will also feature Gregg Allman, Santana and Billy and the Kids with special guest Bob Weir.
Warren Haynes: The Timeline Of Sco-Mule And Beyond
By all accounts, Warren Haynes is known to be an upbeat forward-thinking individual. In this recent conversation however, he is borderline ebullient. And why not? Last October he aided immeasurably in bringing the forty-five year career of the Allman Brothers Band to a spectacular close. By the time of that historic appearance at New York's Beacon Theatre, the band Haynes founded with drummer Matt Abts and the late bassist Allen Woody, Gov't Mule, had begun the celebration of its twentieth anniversary, continuing its almost incessant touring as significant archive titles were readied for release.
Something Else Reviews: Sco-Mule
Last month we got an advance listen to the first union in 1999 between the class of Southern rock, Gov’t Mule, and an elite jazz guitarist in John Scofield. The whole recordings of Sco-Mules (Provogue/Mascot Label Group) are finally available to the public, losing no urgency and fire over the fifteen plus years that it has sat in a vault.
Warren Haynes Front And Center Taping With Special Guests Railroad Earth
This Tuesday, February 3rd, Warren Haynes will be joined by special guests Railroad Earth for a taping of Front And Center at The McKittrick Hotel in New York City. A very limited number of tickets are available to the general public.
K&M (WZLX) Talked to Warren Haynes
Gov’t Mule put out a new album with virtuoso guitar player John Scofield called “Sco-Mule,” so [WZLX] had Warren on to talk about it.
‘Sco-Mule’ - Gov’t Mule ft. John Scofield [Full Stream + Zumic Review]
Today is a day Gov’t Mule fans have been patiently waiting for. The band has released Sco-Mule, an archival two-disc live album recorded in the cities of Atlanta and Athens, Georgia in 1999 with jazz guitarist John Scofield and keyboardist Dan Matrazzo as special guests.
Glide Magazine Reviews Sco-Mule - 9/10
In their campaign to revivify the power trio concept originated by Cream and the Jimi Hendrix Experience, Gov’t Mule always emphasized improvisation. Five years into that initiative, the band in its initial configuration of guitarist/vocalist Warren Haynes, bassist Allen Woody and drummer Matt Abts, began to alternately fine-tune and expand their approach to jamming by commencing a collaboration with guitarist John Scofield.
Sco-Mule Out Now!
It's the album 15 years in the making, but we are very excited to finally share it with all of you. The long-awaited, much-anticipated Sco-Mule album (featuring original bassist, the late Allen Woody and guitarist John Scofield) is now available.
Billboard Exclusive: Gov’t Mule Premiere ‘Hottentot’ From Long-Shelved ‘Sco-Mule’ Album
When Gov't Mule paired with John Scofield during Sept. 1999 for a pair of shows in Georgia, Warren Haynes acknowledges it "was definitely a head-scratcher" for the Mule's then-burgeoning fan base.
Yahoo! Live Highlights: Week 17 - Gov’t Mule
Sometimes when Gov’t Mule breaks out the song “If Heartaches Were Nickels,” fans mistake it for a Joe Bonamassa cover, since that fiery guitar hero has made it a staple of his set ever since he recorded it in 2000. Gov’t Mule didn’t begin playing it on tour until 2013; even now it shows up in their sets only about once a month, on average.
All About Jazz Review Sco-Mule
Since the news came out that Gov't Mule—the power trio that began as a part-time side project for then-Allman Brothers Band guitarist/singer Warren Haynes and bassist Allen Woody but which, along with drummer Matt Abts, was so well-received that the southern-roots jam band ultimately took on an unexpected life of its own—was finally releasing Sco-Mule, a collaboration with broad-minded jazz guitarist John Scofield, there's been plenty of speculation and anticipation.
Warren Haynes, A Man of All Seasons and Many Reasons
To blues fans, the dissolution of the Allman Brothers Band is a monumental milestone on the musical calendar and a huge loss to the genre. Forty five years after first putting their souls on the line with improvising guitar flourishes between the late Duane Allman and Dickey Betts, the current iteration of the group brought the curtain down at a final concert at New York’s Beacon Theatre a day before the 43rd anniversary of Duane’s death on October 28, 2014.
Listen to Gov’t Mule With John Scofield’s ‘Pass the Peas’ - Ultimate Classic Rock Premiere
On Jan. 27, Gov’t Mule will release ’Sco-Mule,’ a document of their 1999 concerts with jazz guitarist John Scofield. You can listen to their cover of ‘Pass the Peas’ — a 1972 instrumental hit by the J.B.’s., James Brown’s backup band — below. Ultimate Classic Rock has an exclusive premiere.
11th Annual Mountain Jam Festival Lineup Announced
The full Mountain Jam Festival lineup has been announced! As previously announced, Gov't Mule wil be playing two sets (including a late-night Dark Side of the Mule) along with The Black Keys, Robert Plant & the Sensational Space Shifters, Alabama Shakes, Grace Potter and the Nocturnals, Moe., Michael Franti and Spearhead and more!
Win A Sco-Mule Vinyl Test Pressing
Evil Teen Records has teamed up with Jammer.FM to bring you an opportunity to win a Sco-Mule Vinyl Test Pressing, LP and 2-CD Set! Head on over to EvilTeenRecords.Jammer.FM and share the contest with your friends for your chance to win!