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Marcus King: The Marcus King Band

Read "Marcus King: The Marcus King Band" reviewed by Doug Collette

Praised, mentored and produced by none other than the titular leader of Gov't Mule, Warren Haynes, precocious twenty-year old songwriter/guitarist/vocalist/bandleader Marcus King faces some heady expectations with the release of he and his band's second full-length LP and first for Fantasy Records via the Evil Teen imprimatur.

But The Marcus King Band addresses those ...

Gov't Mule: Dub Side of the Mule (Deluxe Edition)

Read "Gov't Mule: Dub Side of the Mule (Deluxe Edition)" reviewed by John Kelman

If there are any groups out there who have, for their 20th anniversary, celebrated with a year-long series of as many live releases as Gov't Mule they'd be a challenge to find. As the year-long festivities wind down for the group--beginning as a side project for then- Allman Brothers Band guitarist/vocalist Warren Haynes and (now-sadly deceased) ...

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Gov't Mule Featuring John Scofield: Sco-Mule

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Since the news came out that Gov't Mule was finally releasing Sco-Mule, a collaboration with broad-minded jazz guitarist John Scofield, there's been plenty of speculation and anticipation. The power trio began as a part-time side project for then-Allman Brothers Band guitarist/singer Warren Haynes and bassist Allen Woody but, along with drummer Matt Abts, was so well-received ...

Gov't Mule: Live At Roseland Ballroom

Read "Live At Roseland Ballroom" reviewed by Doug Collette

The previously long out-of-print Live at Roseland Ballroom stands as a template for Gov't' Mule past and present and for the foreseeable future. Most of the material included on this welcome reissue was a means to the end of lengthy improvisations, but also remains an integral part of the group's repertoire even today, with the group ...


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