_Photo by Dino Perrucci_

At the Ramblin’ Man Fair in England, Gov’t Mule played a single, 11-song set that included appearances by Charlie Starr of Blackberry Smoke and Bernie Marsden of Whitesnake.

Warren Haynes and company opened with the By a Thread number “Railroad Boy,” followed by their namesake tune “Mule.”

After performing a couple of their newer songs – “Revolution Come, Revolution Go” as well as “Dreams & Songs” and “Stone Cold Rage” – they welcomed Blackberry Smoke frontman Charlie Starr to the stage for a one-off version of the Allman Brothers classic “Blue Sky.”

Gov’t Mule closed their set with “Blind Man in the Dark,” and encored with two covers, each accompanied by Whitesnake guitarist Bernie Marsden.

The band performed “Heartbreaker” by Free, and jammed into Bobby “Blue” Bland’s “Ain’t No Love in the Heart of the City.”

Check out the full setlist below:

Gov’t Mule
July 1, 2018
Ramblin’ Man Festival, Maidstone, England

Railroad Boy, Mule, Fool’s Moon, Revolution Come Revolution Go, Dreams & Songs, Stone Cold Rage, Blue Sky^, Mr. High & Mighty, Blind Man in the Dark

Enc: Heartbreaker+=, Ain’t No Love in the Heart of the City+&

^ – Allman Brothers cover, with Charlie Starr
+ – with Bernie Marsden
= – Free cover
& – Bobby “Blue” Bland cover