Thu Oct 18
08:00 PM
Govt Mule
The Mill and Mine - Knoxville, TN
Fri Oct 19
08:00 PM
Tue Oct 23
08:00 PM
Wed Oct 24
08:00 PM
Thu Oct 25
08:00 PM
Govt Mule
The Signal - Chattanooga, TN
Fri Oct 26
08:00 PM
Govt Mule
Thalia Mara Hall - Jackson, MS
Sat Oct 27
08:00 PM
Tue Oct 30
08:00 PM
Govt Mule
Stage AE - Pittsburgh, PA
Wed Oct 31
08:00 PM
Govt Mule
The Clyde Theatre - Fort Wayne, IN
Thu Nov 1
08:00 PM
Govt Mule
The Sylvee - Madison, WI
Fri Nov 2
08:00 PM
Govt Mule
20 Monroe Live - Grand Rapids, MI
Sat Nov 3
08:00 PM
Fri Dec 28
07:30 PM
Govt Mule
Tower Theatre - PA - Upper Darby, PA
Sat Dec 29
08:00 PM
Mon Dec 31
09:00 PM


Govt Mule Information

Started as an Allman Brothers Band side project in 1994 by Warren Haynes and Allen Woody, Govt Mule is as much an actively touring and thriving band as the Allman Brothers. Their fifth album, Life Before Insanity was greeted with critical acclaim and mass success just months before Woody was found dead in his apartment in 2000. Govt Mule proceeded to thrive after Haynes had some of Woody’s favorite bass players play on tracks for a tribute album, which became more of a three-year-long homage with the releases of The Deep End, The Deep End 2 and The Deep End: Live in Concert.

Govt Mule released By a Thread in October 2009 as the first album featuring new bassist Jorgen Carlsson and several tracks featuring ZZ Top’s Billy Gibbons. In promotion of By a Thread, Govt Mule is touring the East Coast of the US with dates through July and August with appearances at several music festivals. Govt Mule has over the years become a staple act at music festivals, with its members and guests boasting from other notable bands, adding various funk and blues rock elements to the band's sound.

Govt Mule will make their appearance at Boston’s Bank of America Pavilion August 6th in promotion of their new album. Though sharing the stage with Dave Matthews band for half of their tour dates as part of an ultimate jam concert, Govt Mule is headlining their show at the Pavilion. Some of their most popular shows consisted of entirely cover songs, ranging from complete Rolling Stones albums to Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd tributes.