The spontaneous magic of Gov’t Mule in concert: “We feel more comfortable on stage than anywhere”
“Bring On the Music — Live at the Capitol Theatre,” a new concert film and audio release package from Gov’t Mule, arrives in a moment of musical mediocrity like an elixir of excellence for the spirit, helping to, if not restore imagination to pop culture, at least give a glimpse of what it can achieve when combined with craft and sophistication.
First Look: ‘Life Before Insanity’ Live at The Capitol Theatre
We are thrilled to share "Life Before Insanity" - the first cut from our forthcoming live album and film, Bring On The Music - Live at The Capitol Theatre, available worldwide June 28th.
Warren Haynes Adds Second Intimate Solo Performance In Westhampton
Due to popular demand, Gov’t Mule frontman Warren Haynes has announced a second intimate solo show on Long Island this summer. Read More
Gov’t Mule Announce Live CD/DVD Package
Rock titans Gov’t Mule have announced the release of Bring On The Music – Live at The Capitol Theatre, a brand new live CD/DVD package out June 28.
Warren Haynes To Play Newport Folk Festival
Warren Haynes joins Newport Folk's Sold Out 2019 Lineup!
Late Night Live Music Dominates New Orleans During The First Weekend of Jazz Fest 2019
Gov’t Mule has been doing epic shows in New Orleans during Jazz Fest for years. There are always big-name guests and classic rock covers. We made it to the show at the Orpheum Theater on Saturday, April 27, and were not disappointed.
Jam up and jelly tight: Warren Haynes of Gov’t Mule
The thing about jam bands – the really good ones, anyway – is that they have a rock-solid foundation of brilliant musicianship to use as a launchpad for improvisation. You can’t fly unless you’re already a proficient runner.
Willie Nelson Expands 2019 Outlaw Music Festival Tour: Gov’t Mule, Robert Plant & More
Willie Nelson & Family return as headliners for the 2019 Outlaw Music Festival. A second leg of dates in September featuring Robert Plant, Gov’t Mule, Bonnie Raitt, The Avett Brothers and more has been added to the schedule, which previously consisted of 10 shows including performances as part of the Mountain Jam and Summerfest festivals.
Gov’t Mule Debuts Grateful Dead Cover With Branford Marsalis, Jeff Chimenti & More
A night after honoring the Allman Brothers Band with the help of Jack Pearson in Georgia, Gov’t Mule was in New Orleans for a guest-heavy throwdown at the Orpheum Theater.
Jack Pearson Joins Gov’t Mule for Allman Brothers Tribute in Macon, Georgia
On Friday, April 26, Gov’t Mule celebrated the Allman Brothers in the band’s adopted hometown of Macon, Ga. with a special appearance by former ABB guitarist Jack Pearson. Read More
Warren Haynes Schedules Intimate Show on Long Island
Warren Haynes has added to his summer 2019 schedule with a newly announced intimate two-set solo performance on Long Island July 25.
Gov’t Mule launching tour with Vail and Aspen shows
Singer-guitarist Warren Haynes and his band, Gov’t Mule, are carrying a legacy of throwback Southern rock, explosive guitar theatrics and folk storytelling. Read More
Playing in the Band: A Conversation with Gov’t Mule’s Warren Haynes
It’s been five years since Gov’t Mule played Lincoln. So when I dialed up Warren Haynes last week, I figured we’d talk a little about “Revolution Come ... Revolution Go,” the jam band’s politically inflected 2017 album, his seemingly endless work playing with The Mule, the Allman Brothers, The Dead, his own band and on all kinds of recordings, his slide guitar master and headlining summer festivals.
Gov’t Mule and Xavier Rudd ready to play free concerts in Vail
Spring Back to Vail is an annual celebration at the end of each winter season, featuring free concerts, the spectator-friendly pond skimming championships and on-mountain festivities through April 14 this year. Read More
Show Review: Warren Haynes’ “Symphonic Journey” In Asheville NC Was Beautiful And Immaculate
Warren Haynes performed a special two night event at the Thomas Wolfe Auditorium in Asheville, North Carolina last week-end. The “Dreams & Songs – A Symphonic Journey” performance was backed by the Asheville Symphony and his band, which included legends, Oteil Burbridge, Jeff Sipe, John Medeski, Jasmine Muhammad, Greg Osby and Edwin McCain