Gov’t Mule Welcomes Marcus King & More For Exciting Tour Opener At The Music Farm

first_imgLast night, Gov’t Mule opened up a spring tour schedule with a stop at the beloved Music Farm in Columbia, SC. The band came straight from Wanee Music Festival, where they had the chance to jam with Jack Pearson, and members Warren Haynes and Danny Louis joined Widespread Panic for one of their two performances at the Florida fest.While festival sets are always fun, there’s nothing quite like a band playing their own show. The group went deep into their catalog, opening with “Railroad Boy” and playing a potent “Mule” with a cover of Bo Diddley’s “Who Do You Love?” sandwiched in the middle. The group also welcomed a number of guests to the performance, including Craig Sorrells, Marcus King, and Jack Mascari.Check out the full setlist from the performance below:Setlist: Gov’t Mule at The Music Farm, Columbia, SC – 4/18/16Set One: Railroad Boy > Mule > Who Do You Love? > Mule, Beautifully Broken, Whisper In Your Soul, I Believe To My Soul (with Craig Sorrells), Time To Confess, I Think You Know What I Mean > When The Levee Breaks > I Think You Know What I Mean, Stratus (with Craig Sorrells & Marcus King)Set Two: Grinnin’ In Your Face > Mother Earth > Lay Your Burden Down, Steppin’ Lightly, Trane > Eternity’s Breath > St. Stephen Jam > Reaper Withers Jam > Hope She’ll Be Happier (with Craig Sorrells), Don’t Step On The Grass Sam, I’m A RamEncore: Goin’ Out West (with Craig Sorrells, Jack Mascari & Marcus King)All photos and the full gallery below are provided by Ellison White Photography: Load remaining imageslast_img

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