It may come as a surprise but Gov’t Mule has never released an album devoted strictly to the blues. It’s not that they’ve ignored the genre, not by a long
Warren Haynes has had a busy year to say the least. The 54-year-old guitarist has spent much of 2014 celebrating the twentieth anniversary of his band Gov’t Mule with a
The legendary Doors guitarist will appear at two Mule shows.
With a simply but eye-catching package inside and out, The Georgia Bootleg Box documents the process by which the original Gov’t Mule trio, two years into its existence, was well on its way towards a mission of fine-tuning a repertoire that provides a foundation for the group even today, in its third formal incarnation.
The initial lineup for Mountain Jam 2012 has been revealed.
Gov’t Mule concerts are always rife with surprises so why think the tenth anniversary of New Year’s celebrations at New York’s Beacon Theatre would be any different? Well, for one thing because the quartet had made only few select appearances in 2011–ABB’s Wanee festival and their own Mountain/Christmas Jams–as titular leader Warren Haynes spent the better part of his time touring with his own band in support of his Stax solo album Man in Motion.
Warren Haynes has announced the headliners for the 23rd annual Christmas Jam.
Dave Matthews Band Caravan festival held at Randall's Island in NYC 9/16-18/11. All photos by Adam McCullough