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Gov’t Mule continued their run of East Coast shows Saturday night at the Hippodrome Theatre in Baltimore, and the group once again welcomed guests for the show, including Hook Herrera, who has been sitting in with Mule for several nights in a row and helped them debut some new covers last night.

Herrera first emerged at the tail end of the first set to add his harmonica to the Mule debuts of the Randy Newman-penned “Guilty” and the Allman Brothers Band’s “Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’.”

Herrera returned in the second set for “Who Do You Love” and “Mule” before again helping out on the two-song encore, which kicked off with the Mule debut of Elmore James’ “Mean Mistreatin’ Mama” and rounded out the show with “Going Out West,” which also featured trumpeter Doug Woolverton.

See the full setlist below as it appears in our Box Scores section, along with video of the night’s collaborations. Gov’t Mule continue their tour tonight in Charleston, WV.

Gov’t Mule
Hippodrome Theatre, Baltimore, MD

Set I: Mr. High & Mighty, Brand New Angel, Inside Outside Woman Blues, Steppin’ Lightly, Devil Likes It Slow, Revolution Come Revolution Go, Fool’s Mom, Guilty*, Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’*

Set II: Stone Cold Rage, Drawn That Way, Stratus> Easy Times, Painted Silver Light, Mule> Who Do You Love^> Mule^, Thorazine Shuffle

Enc: Mean Mistreatin’ Mama*, Going Out West+

Notes: *debut, w/ Hook Herrera
^w/ Hook Herrera
+w/ Hook Herrera and Doug Woolverton

Source: mule.net