Gov’t Mule continued their tour at the Warner Theatre in Washington, D.C., last night with a performance that featured old friend and frequent collaborator Ron Holloway for a few songs.
At the end of set one, after a run of “Revolution Come, Revolution Go,” the new title track of Mule’s upcoming album, Warren Haynes and company welcomed out Holloway and his saxophone for “Doing It To Death” and the set closer “Soulshine.”
Set two kicked off with two new album tracks, “Stone Cold Rage” and “Sarah, Surrender” before reprising their tribute to the late Chris Cornell with Soundgarden’s “Fell On Black Days.” Mule later welcomed back Holloway for the final song of the set, Robert Johnson’s blues standard “32/20 Blues.”
See the full setlist below as it appears in our Box Scores section, along with videos of the Holloway collaborations. Gov’t Mule continue their tour tomorrow at The Pageant in St. Louis.
Warner Theatre Washington, D.C.
Set I: Blind Man In The Dark, Mr. High & Mighty > Mother Earth, Mr. Man (with Highway Star tease), Unring The Bell (with Shakedown Street tease), Endless Parade, Revolution Come, Revolution Go, Doing It To Death*, Soulshine*
Set II: Stone Cold Rage, Sarah, Surrender, Fell On Black Days, Funny Little Tragedy (with Message In A Bottle & The Bed’s Too Big Without You lyrics & Get Up, Stand Up tease) > Drums, Larger Than Life > If 6 Was 9 > Larger Than Life, Just Got Paid, 32/20 Blues (with Feats Don’t Fail Me Now lyrics & Loser tease)*
Enc: Dreams & Songs
*with Ron Holloway