We are pleased to announce the 2015 Sco-Mule Winter Tour featuring Gov't Mule with special guest John Scofield. Pre-sale tickets for the tour will go on sale beginning next Tuesday, December 9th at 12pm local time. The public on sale will follow next Friday, December 12th at 10am local time.
Warren Haynes Talks Christmas Jam, New Year’s and 20 Years of Gov’t Mule
Warren Haynes has had a busy year to say the least. The 54-year-old guitarist has spent much of 2014 celebrating the twentieth anniversary of his band Gov’t Mule with a tour that has crisscrossed the U.S. and hit the UK, Europe, Australia and Japan. In between touring with Mule, Haynes also managed to close the book on another little band he’s been a part of for decades, the Allman Brothers, with a run of shows at the Beacon Theatre in New York that concluded with the legendary band’s final show on October 28th.
Pre-Order Dark Side of the Mule on iTunes & Amazon
Dark Side of the Mule features 90 minutes of Pink Floyd covers and 3 hours of music and video. Recorded on Halloween 2008 at the Orpheum Theatre in Boston, MA, the newly mixed and mastered live album will be available in a deluxe version (3 CD's and 1 DVD capturing the full performance) along with a standard version (1-CD of Pink Floyd covers) and Double Vinyl Version as well.
Blues Rock Review Interview
Warren Haynes is one of the most accomplished artists in modern day blues rock. Haynes spent 25 years with the Allman Brothers Band and is currently working on new solo material along with the release of multiple Gov’t Mule live albums, including Dark Side of the Mule on September 15th. Blues Rock Review caught up with Haynes to discuss Dark Side of the Mule, his upcoming solo album, and more. Read More
Pre-Order Sco-Mule at the Mule Webstore! With the Purchase of Any Sco-Mule Media Item, Save $5 on the Lithograph, $3 on iPhone 6 case, and $2 on the glass!
The Major Rager: April 9th at The Augusta Common
Gov't Mule will headline the 2nd Annual Major Rager at the Augusta Common. Join the Mule, Lettuce, The Revivalists and The Omega Moos April 9th in Augusta, GA. Tickets for the event go on sale Friday, December 5th at 12pm Noon ET.
Gov’t Mule Covers the Rolling Stones’ ‘Monkey Man’ in Concert (WSJ Exclusive)
Gov’t Mule is marking its 20th anniversary by digging into the band’s live archives, which include an assortment of Rolling Stones covers. One of them, “Monkey Man,” premieres today on Speakeasy.
Dark Side of the Mule Release Delayed
Due to a production delay, the Dark Side of the Mule release date has been pushed back a week from December 9th to Monday, December 15th. All pre-orders placed at the Mule Webstore will be shipped out on Thursday December 11th.
Christmas Jam By Day On Sale Now
Tickets for Christmas Jam By Day at The Asheville Music Hall & The One Stop (two clubs in the same building) are ON SALE NOW via Xmas Jam Ticketing.
Gov’t Mule Unveil Cover Art for ‘Sco-Mule’ Album – Exclusive Look
Gov’t Mule‘s ongoing 20th anniversary celebration will include a series of special archival live releases — including the long-awaited official release of ‘Sco-Mule,’ a recording of the band’s 1999 concerts with guitarist John Scofield.
Christmas Jam By Day
We are pleased to announce the lineup for Christmas Jam By Day, to return to Asheville on December 12th and 13th!
Pink Floyd Get the Gov’t Mule Treatment
Warren Haynes and co to launch 2008 live package Dark Side Of The Mule recorded in Boston in 2008, when Warren Haynes and co delivered a three-hour performance of Floyd tracks. Read More
Christmas Jam Welcome Party, Art Show
We are excited to welcome Cabinet to the 26th Annual Christmas Jam for the Official Welcome Party and the Christmas Jam Art Show.
Gov’t Mule: Side Project Celebrating 20 Years
Warren Haynes knows how to celebrate a milestone. With the 20th anniversary of his guitar-centric jam band Gov't Mule at hand, he is preparing to release four new archival concert recordings in almost as many months.
Allman Brothers Say Farewell With Three Sets At Beacon
There would be no The Allman Brothers Band without Duane Allman and the group made sure to hammer that point home as they brought a 45-year legendary career to what looks to be its end at The Beacon Theatre with a marathon three-set performance on Tuesday night.