Assembled like a love-letter to the Gov’t Mule faithful, the core audience for this album, Bring On the Music: Live At The Capitol Theater delivers in every way.
Rock titans Gov’t Mule have released “Life Before Insanity,” the first cut from their forthcoming live album and film package, Bring On The Music – Live at The Capitol Theatre out June 28th via Provogue / Mascot Label Group.
Rock titans Gov’t Mule have announced the release of Bring On The Music – Live at The Capitol Theatre, a brand new live CD/DVD package out June 28th via Provogue / Mascot Label Group. Filmed at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY, on April 27th and 28th, 2018, the 9-camera video shoot was directed by renowned music photographer and director Danny Clinch (Pearl Jam, Bruce Springsteen, Foo Fighters, Phish). The release features more than 2 hours of live music, a full-length concert film, interviews with the band, behind-the-scenes footage, photos shot by Danny Clinch over the years, and more.
Gov’t Mule will be returning to Europe in May for a run of 11 show as part of their international ‘Spring Tour’, beginning in the UK and calling through France, Belgium, Germany and finishing in the Netherlands.
Closing the Ramblin’ Man Fair for 2018 were the Cult, who ironically turned out to be the surprise of the day for many.
I vacated the site with friends old and new and fond memories, some recent, some from the distant past but all conjured up by an emotive combination of music and good company
Words by Karen Hetherington Main Picture Credits: Sophie Lily Hextall Photography Additional Picture Credits & Words: Adrian Hextall \ MindHex Media Since its conception in 2015 the Ramblin Man has been regarded as my favourite festival bar none, however, the negativity on social media in the run up to this year’s event could hardly fail […]
This year the festival will move from its traditional end of July slot to the 30th June and 1st July 2018.
The Tel-Star Sessions is a collection of perfect sunny day, Southern Rock at its best. The release of these archived recordings was a long time coming and a welcome addition to the Gov’t Mule discography…