Gov't Mule: Raleigh Date Rescheduled, in-Store, iPhone App


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The Gov't Mule concert scheduled to take place at the Raleigh Amphitheater on July 16 has been rescheduled for July 26. Tickets purchased for the July 16 concert will be honored night of show on July 26. The original concert, this past Friday, needed to be halted 3 songs into Gov't Mule's show due to severe weather. Jackie Greene, who opened the show and was able to perform his entire set before the storm hit, has prior commitments and will not be performing on July 26. Tickets for the July 26 concert are on sale now at LiveNation.com, the Hardee's Thickburger Box Office at Time Warner Cable Music Pavilion, the Progress Energy Center Box Office, Ticketmaster or charge by phone 800-745- 3000. Doors will be at 6:30pm and Gov't Mule will start at 7:30pm.

We are pleased to announce the launch of a brand new Instructional Guitar App in the iTunes App Store courtesy of Warren Haynes and Touchchords. This App allows you to watch the guitar tabs and play right along with some of your favorite songs from By A Thread. Search “Warren Haynes" in the App Store or click here to download.

Gov't Mule's Mulennium will be in stores everywhere on August 3. This is the first Gov't Mule release featuring the original trio since the passing of Allen Woody. It was recorded on December 31, 1999 at The Roxy in Atlanta, GA. In honor of this occasion Warren & Matt will be making an In-Store Appearance on August 5 at Newbury Records in Boston (Faneuil Hall Location) at 6pm. They will be performing a few songs acoustic and then signing copies of Mulennium and By A Thread.

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