Gov't Mule is an American blues and Southern rock band from South Carolina, featuring guitarist and vocalist Warren Haynes, alongside multi-instrumentalist Danny Louis, bassist Jorgen Carlsson, and drummer Matt Abts.
Formed in 1994, by Warren Haynes, and Allen Woody who died in 2000, as a jam side project away from their Allman Brothers band. The group went on to release their debut self-titled album a year later, and have continued on strongly, putting out a number of records, including live albums, and EPs. The band are set to release their latest album, ‘Revolution Come...Revolution Go’, on June 9, 2017.
Gov't Mule played the Come What May Tour in 2017, reaching across the US, before heading out on the Revolution Come... Revolution Go Tour later in the year. The band also headed over to the UK and Ireland in October, alongside their appearance at Bluesfest. They also headed to Australia for Bluesfest and sideshows so far in 2018.
They're back on the road in the US in summer-fall 2018 - catch them live by checking out the tour dates and ticket information on Stereoboard below.
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Upcoming Govt Mule Tour Dates & Concerts
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Tue 20th Jun 2017
They’ve been one of the finest rock ‘n’ roll acts on the planet for over two decades, gifting us a wealth of material that showcases their flair for improvisation and effortless ability to integrate numerous styles into their musical soup. But with ‘Revolution Come…Revolution Go’, Gov’t Mule have created a bona fide masterpiece that may well be their crowning glory.
Mon 15th Aug 2016
He’s a singer, a songwriter, a revered guitarist and a musical force of nature. That’s Warren Haynes. From stepping into Duane Allman’s sizeable shoes when the Allman Brothers reformed in 1989, to his time with rock ‘n’ roll jam band Gov’t Mule and a stream of highly eclectic collaborations, his work has always been marked by a multi-faceted sense of artistry.