In Focus: Gov’t Mule Invades Asbury Park

On Friday, June 28, Gov’t Mule celebrated the release of their brand-new live album Bring On The Music- Live at The Capitol Theatre with a show at the historic Stone Pony Summer Stage. The veteran band treated the loyal Mule faithful to a perfect first set with a vibe and energy feeding off that relaxing beach feeling, on a traditional late June summer evening. Fan favorites “Hammer and Nails,” “Beautifully Brokenand “Birth of The Mule” filled the first set, leaving fans only wanting more. Sadly, after the first two songs of the second set, the show was canceled dues to inclement weather, just about the only thing dampening the spirits of the amazing Gov’t Mule fan base.

Bring On The Music-Live At The Capitol Theatre, a live album and concert film directed by Danny Clinch, was recorded at The Capitol Theatre on April 27 and 28, in 2018. It comes in a multiple variety of digital, CD, DVD, Blu-Ray, and vinyl Packages. It features over two hours of live music, interviews with members of Mule, behind-the-scenes footage, photos shot by Clinch over the years and much more.

Set One: Hammer & Nails, Rocking Horse, Game Face > Mountain Jam > Game Face, Beautifully Broken, Birth of a Mule, I’m A Ram, Broke Down On The Brazos > Tributary Jam

Set Two: Stone Cold Rage, Kind Of A Bird, (Show ended due to inclement weather)