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Gov’t Mule Comes to The Pageant April 23

WHO: Gov’t Mule

WHEN: Saturday, April 23 @ 8:00 pm

WHERE: The Pageant

6161 Delmar, St. Louis, MO

TICKETS: On sale now HERE

 

Renowned quartet Gov’t Mule – led by GRAMMY® Award-winning vocalist, songwriter, guitar legend, and producer Warren Haynes – recently announced a run of headlining Spring tour dates supporting their critically acclaimed, chart-topping blues album, Heavy Load Blues. Commencing April 6, the month-long outing will be stopping locally in St. Louis on Saturday, April 23 at The Pageant. Tickets are on sale now –online at their website  HERE , also online at Ticketmaster.com .  Additionally, tickets are also available at The Pageant box office.

Heavy Load Blues (Fantasy Records), the band’s first-ever blues album, debuted at #1 on the Billboard Blues Albums chart upon its November 2021 release, marking Gov’t Mule’s third album to enter the Billboard charts at the top spot in their storied career. PRESS HERE to listen. The 13-track album, produced by Haynes alongside engineer and co-producer John Paterno (Elvis Costello, Michael Landau, Bonnie Raitt, Robbie Williams, Los Lobos), encompasses an even mix of Haynes’ originals, such as Heavy Load, and revered covers, including their rendition of the Tom Waits classic Make It Rain,” a groovy arrangement of the Junior Wells standard Snatch It Back and Hold It,” and more originally made famous by the likes of Howlin’ Wolf, Elmore James, Ann Peebles, Bobby “Blue” Bland, and The Animalsdeluxe edition featuring additional studio and live tracks, including another Haynes original and covers originally by Savoy BrownSonny Boy Williamson, Muddy Waters, Otis Rush and more is also available now. Though technically considered a studio album, Heavy Load Blues was recorded live in the studio at The Power Station New England on analog tape, utilizing vintage guitars, amps and other equipment to capture an authentic sound.

Worldwide, Heavy Load Blues has amassed over 3.4 million total global streams and critical praise and acclaim from the likes of Consequence, Guitar World, BrooklynVegan, No Depression, Ultimate Classic Rock, PopMatters, Downbeat, Classic Rock, Relix, Guitar Magazine, Paste and many more. 

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