Photo by Dino Perrucci, from Oct. 8 show

Warren Haynes returned to Morris, Conn.’s South Farms for his penultimate socially-distant show at the venue on Oct. 15. Haynes, joined again for much of the show by his Gov’t Mule bandmate Danny Louis, performed covers of Bruce Springsteen, Little Feat, Pink Floyd, Elvis Costello, Van Morrison and more during the two-set show.

The first set began, as each of Haynes’ South Farms gigs have, with a performance of “Don’t Know Where We’re Going (But We’ll Get There).” The Haynes original is the only song that has been repeated during the run. Later in the set, Haynes covered Van Morrison’s “Ballerina.” The set closed with a performance of Pink Floyd’s “Fearless.”

The second frame was chock full of covers. It began with the Allman Brothers’ “Old Friend,” followed by a performance of Bruce Springsteen’s “The Big Muddy.” After a performance of Gov’t Mule’s own “Back Where I Started” and The Derek Trucks Band’s “Thorazine Shuffle,” Haynes delivered a cover of Elvis Costello’s “Alison.” Next came another noteworthy cover: Little Feat’s “Sailin’ Shoes.” The frame ended with a take on Robert Petway’s “Catfish Blues.”

Haynes and Louis return for a final night at South Farms on Nov. 1. Check out the full setlist from their Oct. 15 show below!

Warren Haynes (Feat. Danny Louis)
Oct. 15, 2020
South Farms, Morris, Ct.

Set I: Don’t Know Where We’re Going (But We’ll Get There), Affair on 8th Avenue, So Weak, So Strong, Gordon James, Angel City, Goin’ Down Slow, Ballerina, Jam, A Friend to You, Fearless

Set II: Old Friend, The Big Muddy, Back Where I Started, Thorazine Shuffle, Alison, Sailin’ Shoes, No Shoes Again Jam, Nothing Again, Catfish Blues

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