Gov’t Mule continued their European tour yesterday at the Tramshed in Cardiff, UK, and the band welcomed back former Whitesnake guitarist Bernie Marsden for the evening.
Marsden, who has collaborated with Mule in the past, including a number of sit ins during their European dates last year, came on stage for the evening’s encore, helping out with the two-song offering of Bobby Bland’s “Ain’t No Love in the Heart of the City” and the Allman Brothers Band’s “Blue Sky.”
See the full setlist below as it appears in our Box Scores section. Gov’t Mule continue their European swing today at the London Bluesfest.
Tramshed Cardiff, Cardiff, United Kingdom
Set I: Railroad Boy, Thorazine Shuffle, Banks Of The Deep End, Time To Confess, Thelonius Beck, Gordon James, Revolution Come, Revolution Go, Dreams & Songs, Stone Cold Rage
Set II: One Of These Days, Fool’s Moon, Monkey Hill (with She’s So Heavy ending), Funny Little Tragedy, Tastes Like Wine, Traveling Tune, Mr. Man (with Highway Star tease), Lola, Leave Your Light On, Blind Man In The Dark > Machine Gun (Instrumental) > Blind Man In The Dark
Enc: Ain’t No Love In The Heart Of The City*, Blue Sky* (with Mountain Jam tease)
Notes: *with Bernie Marsden