Gov’t Mule Welcomes G. Love & Paul Nelson At Great South Bay Music Festival


Jam-rockers Gov’t Mule returned to the stage for a one-off festival appearance on Long Island Saturday night. Mule headlined the action at the Great South Bay Music Festival at Shorefront Park in Patchogue, New York. The band’s set featured a pair of guest appearances during a blues standard.

Warren Haynes & Co. opened the set with originals “Railroad Boy,” “Thorazine Shuffle” and “Time To Confess.” The quartet then presented a cover of The J.B.’s “Doing It To Death” ahead of a trifecta of songs from the recently released Revolution Come … Revolution Go: “Sarah Surrender,” “Stone Cold Rage” and the title track. Gov’t Mule proceeded to welcome G. Love on harmonica and guitarist Paul Nelson for a sizzling rendition of “Good Morning, Little School Girl.”

The collaboration was followed by “Traveling Tune” off Revolution Come … Revolution Go. Gov’t Mule then continued the set with a “Dreams” > “Mule” sequence featuring a jam on Led Zeppelin’s “Whole Lotta Love.” The foursome had one more in store for the Long Island faithful as they closed out the night with “Soulshine.” Mule’s next tour begins at the end of the month.

Watch fan-shot videos from Gov’t Mule’s set captured by Sean Roche:

[Good Morning Little School Girl w/ G. Love & Paul Nelson]


[Dreams > Mule]


Set: Railroad Boy, Thorazine Shuffle, Time To Confess, Doing It To Death, Sarah Surrender, Stone Cold Rage, Revolution Come Revolution Go, Good Morning Little Schoolgirl (w/ Paul Nelson & G. Love), Traveling Tune, Come & Go Blues, Dreams > Mule, Soulshine

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