Gov't Mule at the Grove of Anaheim
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The last date listed for Gov't Mule was Tuesday April 20, 2004 / 8:00pm.
Currently at City National Grove of Anaheim:
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Gov’t Mule won 2 awards at the 4th Annual Jamm Awards in NYC on March 16th. The band’s “The Deepest End” was named live album of the year and the May 3rd show that spawned that album won for show of the year.
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By now, the word has spread about Gov’t Mule. The group’s incessant nature along with its visceral blues and jazz-based attack has garnered one of rock’s most loyal followings. Comprised of original members Warren Haynes (guitar, vocals) and Matt Abts (drums) along with keyboardist Danny Louis (who joined the band in April of 2002) and bassist Andy Hess (who joined the band in September of 2003), the group continues to blow minds, while breaking new musical ground.
Gov’t Mule is touring in support of its latest release on ATO Records, “The Deepest End.” The bundled DVD and two CD package includes thirty-two songs from the May 3, 2003, Saenger Theater concert, behind-the-scenes footage, and interviews with Gov’t Mule and special guests.
The band is currently in the studio to record the first Gov’t Mule studio album since the addition of Louis and Hess as permanent band members. It will also be the first release since the extensive guest-gathering Deep End series and the first proper band-based recorded effort since founding bassist Allen Woody passed away August 26, 2000. The new recording is scheduled for an autumn release on ATO Records.