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Gov't Mule

Thirty Years Strong

at Kiva Auditorium
401 2nd Street Northwest
Albuquerque NM 87102
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Time: 7:30pm     Day: Wednesday     Doors: 6:30pm     Ages: All Ages    
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Tickets cost $25, $35, $45, and $59 (plus service charges). They are also available by phone through Ticketmaster at 1-800-877-7575.

When Gov't Mule's Grammy-nominated Heavy Load Blues was released in late 2021, few who heard the album could have sensed that it was merely one part of a two-album project from guitarist/vocalist Warren Haynes and his band mates, drummer Matt Abts &  keyboardist Danny Louis. While Heavy Load Blues was designed as a live-in-the-studio project exploring the blues idiom, in the midst of that creative rush, Haynes found himself with a bumper crop of new material that ventured outside of the blues genre. The result is Mule's 12th studio album, the sparkling Peace…Like a River, out now.

Co-produced by Warren Haynes and John Paterno, Peace…Like A River deftly combines structure and spontaneity. Concise songcraft coexists seamlessly with the band's trademark instrumental journeys, and Haynes' lyrical themes serves as the glue that fuses the new LP's extraordinary sonic variety.  Ever the consummate collaborators, Peace…Like A River also features crucial contributions from friends of the band, including Billy F. Gibbons, Billy Bob Thornton, Ruthie Foster, Ivan Neville and acclaimed singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Celisse: extraordinary artistic talents who deepen the listening experience even further. 

"Our mission has always been to try to create music that can stand up next to the amazing artists who influenced us," said Haynes. Few things would make him happier than to know that someone listened to Peace…Like a River and wondered "Am I listening to a record made in the '70s? Because I don't know how I missed it back then!"


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