Gov’t Mule continued their tour in Houston last night, wrapping up their run of Texas shows with a performance at White Oak Music Hall that featured the band’s live debut of a new original song.
The debut came during the second set, after Warren Haynes and company had segued out of “Eternity’s Breath” into a jam on the Grateful Dead’s “St. Stephen.” The group then launched into “Bed of Lies,” a new song that was included on Gov’t Mule’s Record Store Day exclusive single release earlier this year. The song was recorded during Mule’s studio sessions for their latest album, Revolution Come… Revolution Go. Last night’s second set also featured back-to-back covers of The Beatles’ “She Said, She Said” and “Tomorrow Never Knows.”
See the full setlist below as it appears in our Box Scores section. Next up for Gov’t Mule is a show tomorrow night (September 23) at Louisville, KY’s Bourbon and Beyond festival.
White Oak Music Hall Houston, TX
Set I: Slackjaw Jezebel, Thorazine Shuffle, Million Miles From Yesterday, Child Of The Earth, Birth Of The Mule (with Hottentot tease), Funny Little Tragedy (with Message In A Bottle lyrics), Pressure Under Fire, Time To Confess
Set II: Inside Outside Woman Blues, Burning Point, Sarah Surrender, Trane > Eternity’s Breath > St. Stephen Jam, Bed Of Lies*, She Said She Said > Tomorrow Never Knows, Soulshine
Enc: Come On Into My Kitchen > Gonna Send You Back To Georgia
Notes: *Concert Debut