Gov’t Mule Revives Alice Cooper Cover In Kansas City

Advertisement

Gov’t Mule held a concert at Crossroads KC in Kansas City on Thursday night as part of their 25th anniversary tour. Warren Haynes and company busted out Alice Cooper’s “Is It My Body” for the first time since August 22, 2014, when the band was on their 20th anniversary tour.

The first set kicked off with “World Boss” and closed out with a “Sco-Mule” that contained a “Smoke On The Water” tease. The second frame got underway with “Time To Confess” and “Drawn That Way,” followed by the “Is It My Body” bust out. The second set also included “Funny Little Tragedy,” which contained “Message In A Bottle” lyrics and came to a close with the favorite “Soulshine.” The two-song encore consisted of Elmore James’ “Mean Mistreatin’ Mama” and “Look On Yonder Wall” with “Eyesight To The Blind” lyrics.

Gov’t Mule released their new live album, Bring On The Music: Live At The Capitol Theatre on June 28 via Provogue/Mascot Label Group. The acompanying Danny Clinch-directed concert film arrived today, July 19. The band recently previewed the film with video of the title track.

Setlist via Mule.net

Set One: World Boss, Streamline Woman, Blind Man In The Dark, Scenes From A Troubled Mind, Temporary Saint, Patchwork Quilt, Pressure Under Fire, Sco-Mule

Set Two: Time To Confess, Drawn That Way, Is It My Body, I Believe To My Soul, Dolphineus > Painted Silver Light, Funny Little Tragedy, Mule > I’ve Been Working > Mule > Soulshine

Encore: Mean Mistreatin’ Mama > Look On Yonder Wall

Tour Dates for
Gov’t Mule