Bonnaroo Music Festival
Once in a blue moon, Gov't Mule has the pleasure of being joined by a living legend on stage; but only once in a blue Mule, when the planets of rock'n'roll align, does one get to witness a performance as legendary as the multiple legends that played tonight. As midnight passed, Sunday morning started when Michael Franti joined the band for the opening song. After a stunning Million Miles From Yesterday, Bob Weir got on board to lend his talents to a long jammed Sugaree and Loser. Then Lewis Black came onstage in a pre-planned gag to stop the band, but ended up being thwomped in the head with a bottle by a less than observant fan. On the band's return to stage, they were joined by John Paul Jones who played Bass, then Keys on Moby Dick (reprise), Livin' Lovin' Maid, Since I've Been Lovin' You and No Quarter to end the first of two amazing sets.
Set two started with two never before played tunes, Come Back Baby and Death Don't Have No Mercy, both of which featured Jorma Kaukonen, Jack Casady and Barry Mitterhoff of Hot Tuna. Then came Luther Dickinson of The North Mississippi All Stars for That's What Love Will Make You Do and 32/20 Blues to close out set two. Come encore time, the band returned with no guests in tow for a mind blowing rendition of Sweetleaf-> War Pigs. The crowd wouldn't let the night end, and the band didn't want it to either, so Soulshine was the song of choice for the second encore and the last offering of the night. WOW!!
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