After a successful first night at South Farms in Morris, Conn., Warren Haynes delivered his second of five socially-distanced shows at the venue on Sept. 13. During the show, he was joined by Gov’t Mule bandmate Danny Louis.
The first set began as the first did, with a performance of Haynes’ new original “Don’t Know Where We’re Going (But We’ll Get There).” He then delivered solo songs “Glory Road” and Love’s An Open Door.” Next, Louis took the stage for a cover of John Lennon’s “Working Class Hero.” Louis remained onstage for the rest of the set.
The second set kicked off with a solitary Haynes’ cover of Tom Petty’s “Southern Accents.” Louis then returned to the stage for a performance of The Allman Brothers Band’s “Melissa.” After some Gov’t Mule cuts such as “Child of the Earth” and “Beautifully Broken,” as well as a take on Dennis Robbins’ “Two Of A Kind, Workin’ On A Full House,” Louis switched from keys to guitar for “Captured.” He then returned to the keyboard for “Turn On Your Lovelight” to close the set, and the subsequent “Fallen Down” encore.
Check out the full setlist below, as well as a fan-shot video of “Working Class Hero” via YouTube user Brosef Wilson.
Haynes and Louis will play three more shows at South Farms on Oct. 1, 8 and 15.
Warren Haynes (Feat. Danny Louis)
Sept. 13, 2020
South Farms, Morris, Ct.
Set I: Don’t Know Where We’re Going (But We’ll Get There), Glory Road, Blue Maiden’s Tale, Love’s Open Door, Working Class Hero*, Traveling Tune*, Forsaken Savior*, It Hurts Me Too*
Set II: Southern Accents > Melissa*, Child Of Earth*, Two Of A Kind Workin’ On A Full House*, Beautifully Broken*, Captured*, Turn On Your Love Light*
Enc: Fallen Down*
* feat. Danny Louis