The guest parade started at the end of Mule’s two-hour-and-twenty minute performance. Devon Allman came out for the first encore -a cover of Neil Young’s “Southern Man.” For the second encore, Gov’t Mule was joined by Dickinson for both “32/20 Blues” and “Gonna Send You Back To Georgia.” Warren Haynes and Co. conclude their brief trip to Australia on Wednesday night in Melbourne.
Set: No Reward, Mule, Soulshine, Whisper In Your Soul, Birth Of The Mule, Broke Down On The Brazos, Lay Your Burden Down, Rocking Horse, Thorazine Shuffle, If Heartaches Were Nickels, No Need To Suffer, I’m A Ram
Encore 1: Southern Man with Devon Allman Encore 2: 32/20 Blues with Luther Dickinson, Gonna Send You Back To Georgia with Luther Dickinson
[Setlist via Mule Army]
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