On Saturday night, Gov’t Mule rounded out their two-night run at Port Chester, NY rock palace, The Capitol Theatre. The performance saw the band work in a heavy helping of material from their latest release, last year’s Revolution Come, Revolution Go…, including a “Traveling Tune” opener that came full circle with a reprise of the tune to close the second set. In between, the band put together yet another top-notch performance filled with soulful, rocking Mule favorites, creative tease-filled jams, and even the surprise live debut of Pearl Jam‘s “Come Back”. You can also check out a clip of the end of “Mr. High & Mighty” and the beginning of “Come Back” below via YouTube user btragal:
Gov’t Mule – “Mr. High & Mighty”, “Come Back” (Pearl Jam) [Partial]
Warren Haynes, Matt Abts, Danny Louis, and Jorgen Carlsson will continue their ongoing spring 2018 tour this evening, Sunday, April 29th at the Paramount Theatre in Asbury Park, New Jersey as part of the Asbury Park Music & Film Festival. For a full list of Gov’t Mule’s upcoming tour dates, you can head over to the band’s website.
Setlist: Gov’t Mule | The Capitol Theatre | Port Chester, NY | 4/28/18
Set One: Traveling Tune > Railroad Boy > Mule > Beautifully Broken, Stone Cold Rage, Drawn That Way, Forsaken Savior, Whisper In Your Soul, Little Toy Brain, Funny Little Tragedy
Set Two: Life Before Insanity, Thorns Of Life, Trane > Eternity’s Breath, Pressure Under Fire, Revolution Come, Revolution Go, Unring The Bell, Endless Parade, Mr. High & Mighty, Come Back, Inside Outside Woman Blues #3, World Boss, Bring On The Music > Traveling Tune Reprise
Encore: I’ll Be The One
NOTES: Forsaken Savior contained a “Sad and Deep” (Dave Mason) tease. Funny Little Tragedy contained a “Message In A Bottle” (The Police) tease; Eternity’s Breath (Mahavishnu Orchestra cover) contained a St. Stephen (Grateful Dead) jam; I’ll Be The One contained a “Blue Sky” (Allman Brothers Band) tease