Gov’t Mule continued trekking through Europe on Thursday evening with a stop at Amsterdam, Netherlands’ Padadiso Grote Zaal. The performance featured Warren Haynes and company’s patented mix of original rockers, blues standards, choice covers, and thrilling medleys touching on everyone from the Allman Brothers Band to Charles Otis, The J.B.’s to Jeff Beck, Deep Purple to Mountain.
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Below, view a gallery of photos of Gov’t Mule at Paradiso Grote Zaal in Amsterdam via Daniel Ojeda and a fan-shot video of the show-opening “Traveling Tune” via Franco Bettini. Scroll down to check out the setlist from the show.
After wrapping up the European run with a pair of shows in Germany this weekend, Gov’t Mule will return to the States to join Willie Nelson‘s traveling Outlaw Music Festival alongside a rotating lineup featuring ZZ Top, Larkin Poe, Willie himself, and many others. The band also has upcoming tour dates with Old Crow Medicine Show, The Soul Rebels, Mike Campbell & The Dirty Knobs, Oteil Burbridge and Friends, and Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue. Visit the band’s website for a full list of tour dates and to purchase tickets.
Gov’t Mule – “Traveling Tune” – 7/21/22
Setlist: Gov’t Mule | Paradiso Grote Zaal | Amsterdam, Netherlands | 7/21/22
Set One: Traveling Tune, Larger Than Life, Dreams (Allman Brothers Band), Need Your Love So Bad (Little Willie John), Brother Bill (The Last Clean Shirt) (Charles Otis), Mr. Big (Free), Captured, Doing It To Death (The J.B.’s), Slackjaw Jezebel > Hush (Deep Purple) > All Along The Watchtower (Bob Dylan) > Slackjaw Jezebel
Set Two: Steppin’ Lightly Unring The Bell > Reblow Your Horn, Endless Parade, Freeway Jam (Jeff Beck), 30 Days in the Hole > Mississippi Queen (Mountain) > I Don’t Need No Doctor (Ray Charles) > 30 Days in the Hole, Dark Was The Night, Cold Was The Ground (Blind Willie Johnson)
Encore: I Feel Like Breaking Up Somebody’s Home (Ann Peebles)