Ann Wilson made a particular look at a current Gov’t Mule live performance, becoming a member of the Southern rock jam band for an prolonged set, together with covers of Led Zeppelin and Tom Petty.
Gov’t Mule had begun their night with a setlist made up largely of originals, however their songs alongside Wilson would nearly solely be covers. The Coronary heart singer joined the group for a rendition of Zeppelin’s “Immigrant Tune” earlier than transferring on to a blues medley of Memphis Slim’s “Mom Earth” and Willie Dixon’s “You Shook Me” (Coronary heart mixed the identical two blues requirements on their 1977 LP Journal). From there, they returned to Zeppelin materials, delivering rousing renditions of “Black Canine” and “No Quarter.”
Tom Petty was the subsequent artist to be lined, with Wilson and the Gov’t Mule tackling the late rocker’s 1976 observe “Luna.” Wilson concluded her keep by delving into the catalog of her personal legendary group, serving up a strong rendition of “Magic Man.”
Video of Wilson performing with Gov’t Mule may be discovered beneath.
The live performance was the closing efficiency of a three-night keep for Gov’t Mule on the Westville Music Bowl in New Haven, Ct. The band – who routinely mixes different artists’ materials into their units – had lined Radiohead (“Creep”), Creedence Clearwater Revival (“Effigy”), the Allman Brothers Band (“Goals”) and the Beatles (“She Stated She Stated,” “Tomorrow By no means Is aware of”) into earlier nights performances.
In the meantime, Wilson’s look was the newest addition to a current run of exercise. The singer has launched a handful of solo singles in 2021, together with “Tender Coronary heart,” “The Hammer” and “Black Wing.” Her final album, 2018’s Immortal, paid tribute to many departed rock legends, together with Petty, David Bowie, Chris Cornell and Glenn Frey.