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  posted on 4/21/2010 at 03:51 PM
MULE @ CENTRAL PARK SUMMERSTAGE - 8.11

There will be MANY more Summer Tour Dates announced over the next few weeks, but today we are pleased to announce Gov't Mule will be returning to Central Park in NYC (first time in Central Park in 3 Years) on August 11th at Summerstage. Pre-Sale Tickets will be available starting tomorrow, Thursday April 22nd at Noon Eastern time through Mule Ticketing. The public on-sale will be on Friday May 7th.

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  posted on 4/21/2010 at 07:29 PM
I hate this venue but will probably go anyway since it is in NYC.

 

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  posted on 4/22/2010 at 05:48 PM
I'm there for sure.

Was wondering, why do you hate the venue sixty8?

 

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  posted on 4/22/2010 at 07:11 PM
Only thing I hate is the curfew. I wonder will Mule do two sets or will it be another three band bill? I would rather Mule do two full sets.

 

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  posted on 4/23/2010 at 12:55 AM
Me too Doug!!! I don't need any warm up act, just give me two full sets of Mule and I'm happy.

Al, I'm not too big on GA shows due to a chronic lower back and sciatica problem. Last time I saw Mule there was my first show at Summerstage and being it was in Central Park I was expecting to be standing in a grassy field with a stage. Instead it was on a blacktop surface which was all warped and uneven. Add that to the heat and lots of walking to get there and it was just an uncomfortable night. I will put up with quite a bit though for a night of Mule. Sue has me pegged pretty well. It would be torture to be at home knowing Gov't Mule was playing just 50 miles away!

 

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Me too Doug!!! I don't need any warm up act, just give me two full sets of Mule and I'm happy.

Al, I'm not too big on GA shows due to a chronic lower back and sciatica problem. Last time I saw Mule there was my first show at Summerstage and being it was in Central Park I was expecting to be standing in a grassy field with a stage. Instead it was on a blacktop surface which was all warped and uneven. Add that to the heat and lots of walking to get there and it was just an uncomfortable night. I will put up with quite a bit though for a night of Mule. Sue has me pegged pretty well. It would be torture to be at home knowing Gov't Mule was playing just 50 miles away!


You've got to get to the stage. It gives you something to lean on. That's what I try to do at these things.

 

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  posted on 4/25/2010 at 07:10 AM
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Me too Doug!!! I don't need any warm up act, just give me two full sets of Mule and I'm happy.

Al, I'm not too big on GA shows due to a chronic lower back and sciatica problem. Last time I saw Mule there was my first show at Summerstage and being it was in Central Park I was expecting to be standing in a grassy field with a stage. Instead it was on a blacktop surface which was all warped and uneven. Add that to the heat and lots of walking to get there and it was just an uncomfortable night. I will put up with quite a bit though for a night of Mule. Sue has me pegged pretty well. It would be torture to be at home knowing Gov't Mule was playing just 50 miles away!


You've got to get to the stage. It gives you something to lean on. That's what I try to do at these things.


I can relate to that. Leaning on the rail of the stage is nice. We did that at a Derek/Susan Soulstew show a few summers ago up in Rochester and the stage leaning definitely helped.
I don't have a bad back but can see how that could harm your experience.
I was wandering around central park yesterday morning (waiting to take my son to an MRI appointment) and we entered the park at 72nd and 5th ave. Walked around near the boat house but didn't really connect to where this (Rumsey theater?) is? Is it just too early for it to be set up, is it a permanent structure, or did we just miss it entirely?

 

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Me too Doug!!! I don't need any warm up act, just give me two full sets of Mule and I'm happy.

Al, I'm not too big on GA shows due to a chronic lower back and sciatica problem. Last time I saw Mule there was my first show at Summerstage and being it was in Central Park I was expecting to be standing in a grassy field with a stage. Instead it was on a blacktop surface which was all warped and uneven. Add that to the heat and lots of walking to get there and it was just an uncomfortable night. I will put up with quite a bit though for a night of Mule. Sue has me pegged pretty well. It would be torture to be at home knowing Gov't Mule was playing just 50 miles away!


You've got to get to the stage. It gives you something to lean on. That's what I try to do at these things.


I can relate to that. Leaning on the rail of the stage is nice. We did that at a Derek/Susan Soulstew show a few summers ago up in Rochester and the stage leaning definitely helped.
I don't have a bad back but can see how that could harm your experience.
I was wandering around central park yesterday morning (waiting to take my son to an MRI appointment) and we entered the park at 72nd and 5th ave. Walked around near the boat house but didn't really connect to where this (Rumsey theater?) is? Is it just too early for it to be set up, is it a permanent structure, or did we just miss it entirely?



I think it's kind of like a big open space with bleachers in the back, maybe even a possible ball field during the year and the stage is set up for the summer.

 

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  posted on 4/27/2010 at 01:59 PM
I wish they would release all the dates already!

Keeping my fingers crossed for a Penn's Peak or Philly show!!!

 

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I was wandering around central park yesterday morning (waiting to take my son to an MRI appointment) and we entered the park at 72nd and 5th ave. Walked around near the boat house but didn't really connect to where this (Rumsey theater?) is? Is it just too early for it to be set up, is it a permanent structure, or did we just miss it entirely?

Summerstage is South of the E72nd & 5th Ave entrance , the Boathouse is north of the entrance. Summerstage is somewhat bordered to the north by the 72nd street east <> west in the park viaduct .

 

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I was wandering around central park yesterday morning (waiting to take my son to an MRI appointment) and we entered the park at 72nd and 5th ave. Walked around near the boat house but didn't really connect to where this (Rumsey theater?) is? Is it just too early for it to be set up, is it a permanent structure, or did we just miss it entirely?

Summerstage is South of the E72nd & 5th Ave entrance , the Boathouse is north of the entrance. Summerstage is somewhat bordered to the north by the 72nd street east <> west in the park viaduct .


Thanks, that's very helpful. I had a feeling we were too far north. Did catch a glimpse of a ball field before heading north.
It's all good. Much appreciated.

 

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  posted on 5/7/2010 at 12:22 PM
Don't step on the GRASS SAM!!!,MULE in park!,N.Y.C.OH YEA!!
MULE!!!

 

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  posted on 5/9/2010 at 10:05 AM
waiting on other dates
 
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  posted on 5/10/2010 at 02:18 PM
I'm hoping for a special poster for this show.MULE posters are the best!
MULE!!!

 

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  posted on 7/25/2010 at 12:14 PM
Has anybody seen the summer 2010 tour poster for MULE ?
MULE!!!

 

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  posted on 7/26/2010 at 01:19 PM
I have two extra's for this show, face value. Please tell your friends in case they don't already have theirs.
Greg

 

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  posted on 7/28/2010 at 05:20 PM
Hey Greg,
Are these still available? I'm interested.
Thanks.
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  posted on 8/10/2010 at 09:48 AM
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I don't need any warm up act, just give me two full sets of Mule and I'm happy.


I hear you, but this warm up act, ain't no warm up act. Jackie Greene is the man. I loved the set I saw from him at Gathering of the Vibes. Hoping there will be some "inter-league" play tomorrow too with the Mule.

 

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I hear you, but this warm up act, ain't no warm up act. Jackie Greene is the man. I loved the set I saw from him at Gathering of the Vibes. Hoping there will be some "inter-league" play tomorrow too with the Mule.


I can say with virtually certainty that Jackie will play with the Mule. I am hoping for two sets from the Mule because Jackie is scheduled early, Mule is scheduled for 7 and curfew is at 10. Last time they had two opening acts. This time only the one.

 

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  posted on 8/10/2010 at 11:36 AM
I'll be there with Dorothyann. FYI, we just called the City Parks Foundation and you can bring blankets, but NO chairs.

Doors at 5, so count on Jackie Greene taking the stage at 6pm.

Seeya tomorrow, kids!

 

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  posted on 8/10/2010 at 02:12 PM
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I'll be there with Dorothyann. FYI, we just called the City Parks Foundation and you can bring blankets, but NO chairs.

Doors at 5, so count on Jackie Greene taking the stage at 6pm.

Seeya tomorrow, kids!


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  posted on 8/12/2010 at 08:23 AM
I loved Working Class Hero last night. Jimmy Vivino cracks me up. He looked like he just stepped out of a Hamptons catalog with that outfit he had on, Nantucket red pants, button down collared shirt, etc….of course standing next to Warren who was wearing his best black t-shirt and jeans.

As I am typing, I am just remembering stuff, I think there was a Madman Across the Water in there somewhere too. I also really liked Larger than Life and Steppin’ Lightly. Sco-Mule was also great, it’s a phenomenal jamming vehicle for them. AM Dew was real nice too with Jackie Greene providing some vocals and playing the organ. The sax player (Bill Evans? was that his name? I couldn’t really hear Warren say his name) last night was off the hook too.

Also, anyone know what kind of guitar Warren plays on Railroad Boy? That thing is a beauty.

 

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  posted on 8/12/2010 at 08:28 AM
1 Set
Blind Man In The Dark
Steppin' Lightly
Broke Down On The Brazos
The Shape I'm In
Temporary Saint
Madman Across The Water with Bill Evans
Patchwork Quilt
Larger Than Life
Sco-Mule with Bill Evans & Oz Noy
No Need To Suffer
Working Class Hero with Jimmy Vivino
Inside Outside Woman Blues
Any Open Window >
Drums
Railroad Boy

Encore 1
Lively Up Yourself with John "JT" Thomas
Mule >
Whole Lotta Love >
Mule with Bill Evans

Encore 2
Morning Dew with Jackie Greene & Jimmy Vivino

 

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  posted on 8/12/2010 at 09:22 AM
One damn hot show last night! LOVED Vivino on Working Class Hero! The whole show was fabulous. I usually have a"throw-away" or 2 per show, but every song was a keeper.

Jim, that's a 12 string Les Paul. Apparently extremely rare. Love the tone Warren gets from that. Sounds so beautiful on So Weak, So Strong. BTW, I got a video of him doing Railroad Boy last night. I'll try to get it up today and post the link here.

 

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  posted on 8/12/2010 at 09:41 AM
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Jim, that's a 12 string Les Paul. Apparently extremely rare. Love the tone Warren gets from that. Sounds so beautiful on So Weak, So Strong. BTW, I got a video of him doing Railroad Boy last night. I'll try to get it up today and post the link here.


It is a beauty, and I do love the sound. I was standing back a bit from the stage, and at one point I thought it almost looked like a cross between a Les Paul and a sitar (perhaps I had too much of something and was seeing straight!!!).

Railroad Boy is shaping up to be one of my all time favorites. That was the second time I have seen them do it live; the other was in NOLA where they opened the show with it. Would love to see a video if you have it. Steppin Lightly is also phenomenal live. Man, I wish I was going back tonight. Enjoy everyone!!

 
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