Gov’t Mule continued their run through the South with a stop at the Roxy in Atlanta which featured a collaboration with Ike Stubblefield, who popped up sporadically throughout the show to join the band.
Stubblefield’s first appearance came in the second set for a “Freeway” jam that included a brief tease of “Les Brers.” Stubblefield then joined Mule for the encore, a cover of “Feel Like Breaking Up Somebody’s Home” that also included a brief snippet of The Beatles’ “Hard Day’s Night.”
This run continues to be a guest-laden stretch for Mule as they previously welcomed members of Galactic earlier in the week for various covers including an August 1 show where they honored Jerry Garcia.
Mule’s tour continues tomorrow night in Lewiston, NY with special guests Galactic.
Here’s a look at the setlist:
Coca-Cola Roxy, Atlanta, GA
Set I: Traveling Tune > Game Face (with Dixie tease) > Mountain Jam > Game Face, Whisper In Your Soul, Lively Up Yourself, Beautifully Broken, Pressure Under Fire, Need Your Love So Bad, Revolution Come, Revolution Go, Stone Cold Rage
Set II: Sarah, Surrender, Larger Than Life > If 6 Was 9 > Larger Than Life, Freeway Jam* (with Les Brers In A Minor tease), She Said, She Said > Tomorrow Never Knows, About To Rage, Mr. Man (with Highway Star tease), World Boss > Traveling Tune
Enc: Feel Like Breaking Up Somebody’s Home* (with Hard Day’s Night tease)
Notes: *with Ike Stubblefield