Gov’t Mule’s summer tour stopped in Columbus, OH, last night for a show at Express Live!, and the band welcomed Blackberry Smoke guitarist Charlie Starr for a couple of encore tunes, including a cover of a Crosby, Still, Nash & Young classic.

Starr, who became a frequent collaborator of Mule’s during the bands’ co-tour last year, emerged for the last night’s two-song encore, which kicked off with the Neil Young-penned protest song “Ohio” and led into a cover of the Allman Brothers Band’s “Dreams.” Watch a video of the collaboration above.

See the full setlist below as it appears in our Box Scores section. Gov’t Mule and Blackberry Smoke continue their run together tomorrow night at PNC Pavilion in Cincinnati.

Gov’t Mule
Express Live! Columbus, OH

Railroad Boy > Stone Cold Rage, Larger Than Life, Fool’s Moon, Freeway Jam, Banks Of The Deep End, Sarah, Surrender,Trampled Under Foot, Pressure Under Fire, She Said, She Said > Tomorrow Never Knows, Funny Little Tragedy (with Message In A Bottle & The Bed’s Too Big Without You lyrics), Brighter Days > Soulshine (with Trampled Under Foot tease) > Dark Was The Night, Cold Was The Ground

Enc: Ohio* > Dreams*

*with Charlie Starr