Ann Wilson Friends With Gov’t Mule At Westville Tunes Bowl Finale

Gov’t Mule brought a three-evening stand marking their to start with shows in 15 months to a near on Sunday with help from Ann Wilson of Heart at Westville Music Bowl in New Haven, Connecticut. Wilson joined Mule for the bulk of their second set on a assorted range of music previous night.

The quartet went at it alone to kick off the evening with a 1st established focusing on originals. Warren Haynes and corporation opened with “Railroad Boy” ahead of digging in on a 12-minute “Thorazine Shuffle.” Warren then led the group via the beloved “Soulshine.” A run of oldies followed in “Painted Silver Light-weight,” “Fool’s Moon” and “Birth Of The Mule.” The band concluded the body with “Stone Chilly Rage” and “Dark Was The Evening, Chilly Was The Ground” from their most current studio album, 2017’s Revolution Come…Revolution Go.

Ann Wilson emerged with Gov’t Mule at the start of past night’s 2nd set. Up initial was a include of Led Zeppelin’s “Immigrant Song.” Subsequent, Mule and Wilson handled lovers to a consider on Memphis Slim’s “Mother Earth” incorporating Willie Dixon’s “You Shook Me.” It was then back again to the Led Zeppelin songbook for “Black Dog” and “No Quarter.” From there, Wilson teamed with the quartet on their initial ever rendition of Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers’ “Luna.” Ann’s guest location finished with the evening’s lone Heart song, “Magic Man.”

Gov’t Mule capped the closing stanza by functioning their very own “Bad Small Doggie” into Howlin Wolf’s “How Quite a few Far more Decades.” The quartet stated farewell with a “32-20 Blues” encore. Look at movie highlights from last night’s live performance down below:



Established One particular: Railroad Boy, Thorazine Shuffle, Soulshine, Painted Silver Light, Fool’s Moon, Beginning Of The Mule, Stone Cold Rage, Dark Was The Night Cold Was The Floor

Established Two: Immigrant Tune*, Mom Earth* > You Shook Me*, Black Pet*, No Quarter*, Luna*, Magic Person*, Thorns Of Life, Negative Small Doggie > How A lot of Extra Yrs

Encore: 32-20 Blues

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