Devon emerged for the first encore on Tuesday night, which was a cover of Neil Young’s “Southern Man.” Allman added vocals and guitar to the tune. Mule worked many covers into last night’s show including “The Letter,” “No Quarter,” “Lively Up Yourself” and “People Are Strange.” The group also fit a portion of The Doors’s “Riders On The Storm” into their own “Blind Man In The Dark.” Following Allman’s appearance, Gov’t Mule returned to the stage to close out the evening with the Shout! track “Bring On The Music.”
Watch fan-shot footage of Devon Allman guesting with Gov’t Mule on “Southern Man” via Chuck Michel:
Check out the setlist from last night’s show via Mule.net:
Mr. High & Mighty
Any Open Window
About To Rage
Inside Outside Woman Blues
Slackjaw Jezebel >
The Letter >
Banks Of The Deep End
Stoop So Low (JB Outro) >
Done Got Wise
No Need To Suffer
Lively Up Yourself >
People Are Strange
Don’t Take Me Alive
Blind Man In The Dark > with Pygmy Twylyte Teases
Riders On The Storm > with My Favorite Things Tease
Blind Man In The Dark
Southern Man with Devon Allman
Bring On The Music
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