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  posted on 5/11/2006 at 06:10 PM
May 22nd the Mule will be at Bowery Ballroom for the "High and Mighty" release party (even though it doesn't come out for 3 months after). From "mule.net"

GOV'T MULE TO PLAY BOWERY BALLROOM ON NYC
In anticipation of the release of their new studio record, "High and Mighty", Gov't Mule will play a special intimate show at New York City's Bowery Ballroom on Monday, May 22nd. A limited number of tickets will be made available to the public on Tuesday, May 16th at noon through www.ticketweb.com. "High and Mighty" will be released on August 22nd.

I'm still not sure what the age limit on this show is, hoping 16 and over if there is any at all, I hate this damn Bowery Ballroom and bet its 21 and over. Same thing as RRFB which I got tickets to and couldn't go. And same thing as Warren Hayens and Friends last year. Please be 16+ if any age limit.

 

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Damnit, just found out that its 21+ - why can't these bands play at Roseland or something where there is no age limit? You'd think that it costs around the same to book seeing as the venues are around the same size.

 

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Too bad its on a Monday

This is still very cool though and Im seriously gonna think aboot going

 

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  posted on 5/11/2006 at 06:18 PM
The last time Warren did the Bowery Ballroom with Warren and Friends it sold out in 20 minutes. Scarey if you ask me.

Vinsanity, I am so sorry to hear that. I didn't know there was an age limit there.

 

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Yeah, it seems on all shows there with a decent name it is at least 18+. I'm not sure why, I've heard becuase they serve alcohol. So? They serve alcohol at plenty of other venues as well, such as the Beacon and MSG, but there's no age limit there - strange if you ask me. Just pissed off this'll be the third show I miss which I REALLY want to see due to age limits.

 

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  posted on 5/11/2006 at 07:29 PM
Most times you can go to a show if you are under their age limit and you are escorted by a responsible adult. I got underage fans into shows like this before. Like Mikey during the Beacon run at the Scrapomatic late show.

 

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Yeah, it seems on all shows there with a decent name it is at least 18+. I'm not sure why, I've heard becuase they serve alcohol. So? They serve alcohol at plenty of other venues as well, such as the Beacon and MSG, but there's no age limit there - strange if you ask me. Just pissed off this'll be the third show I miss which I REALLY want to see due to age limits.


I see where you're coming from Jeff. Some places can't be held responsible for us youngsters, even if we're not drinking. For example, if someone sets down a drink, there's no stopping who's going to pick it up, being under age or not. The bar doesn't want to work about it. The venues rarely make money, and to do so they sell alcohol to try and break even. Some venues make money, it really depends on the place. It's really a business no matter how ya look at it, and some bands are really cool about getting the youngsters in, ala Derek Trucks, mainly Blake.

 

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Yeah, it seems on all shows there with a decent name it is at least 18+. I'm not sure why, I've heard becuase they serve alcohol. So? They serve alcohol at plenty of other venues as well, such as the Beacon and MSG, but there's no age limit there - strange if you ask me. Just pissed off this'll be the third show I miss which I REALLY want to see due to age limits.


I see where you're coming from Jeff. Some places can't be held responsible for us youngsters, even if we're not drinking. For example, if someone sets down a drink, there's no stopping who's going to pick it up, being under age or not. The bar doesn't want to work about it. The venues rarely make money, and to do so they sell alcohol to try and break even. Some venues make money, it really depends on the place. It's really a business no matter how ya look at it, and some bands are really cool about getting the youngsters in, ala Derek Trucks, mainly Blake.


I understand where they're coming from, but just find it a bad rule about the 21. I see what you're saying with the people setting down a drink, but no matter how young people are, I dont think they're stupid enough to drink someone else's drink, just on the off-chance that there's some sort of drug in there. I wish Warren could do something to lift these age limits, but I know there's no way he can. At the Mountain Jam, I have camping passes, and you have to be 18+, but I'm only 16. That should be fun. However, Warren's "guy" (I don't know his name, the guy with gray hair and a beard who looks like P.J. Carleisimo) told me that if I had problems to go see him. Hopefully all will come through and at least I know I will be 21 someday.

 

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  posted on 5/11/2006 at 08:23 PM
I am guessing insurance is a big part of the age thing too.
 

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Yeah, it seems on all shows there with a decent name it is at least 18+. I'm not sure why, I've heard becuase they serve alcohol. So? They serve alcohol at plenty of other venues as well, such as the Beacon and MSG, but there's no age limit there - strange if you ask me. Just pissed off this'll be the third show I miss which I REALLY want to see due to age limits.


I see where you're coming from Jeff. Some places can't be held responsible for us youngsters, even if we're not drinking. For example, if someone sets down a drink, there's no stopping who's going to pick it up, being under age or not. The bar doesn't want to work about it. The venues rarely make money, and to do so they sell alcohol to try and break even. Some venues make money, it really depends on the place. It's really a business no matter how ya look at it, and some bands are really cool about getting the youngsters in, ala Derek Trucks, mainly Blake.


I understand where they're coming from, but just find it a bad rule about the 21. I see what you're saying with the people setting down a drink, but no matter how young people are, I dont think they're stupid enough to drink someone else's drink, just on the off-chance that there's some sort of drug in there. I wish Warren could do something to lift these age limits, but I know there's no way he can. At the Mountain Jam, I have camping passes, and you have to be 18+, but I'm only 16. That should be fun. However, Warren's "guy" (I don't know his name, the guy with gray hair and a beard who looks like P.J. Carleisimo) told me that if I had problems to go see him. Hopefully all will come through and at least I know I will be 21 someday.


Hope it works out for ya. If not, enjoy Mountain Jam, especially Robert Randolph, lucky bastid.

 

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  posted on 5/11/2006 at 08:24 PM
I can't wait until Mikey is 21! LOL!

 

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Yeah, it seems on all shows there with a decent name it is at least 18+. I'm not sure why, I've heard becuase they serve alcohol. So? They serve alcohol at plenty of other venues as well, such as the Beacon and MSG, but there's no age limit there - strange if you ask me. Just pissed off this'll be the third show I miss which I REALLY want to see due to age limits.


I see where you're coming from Jeff. Some places can't be held responsible for us youngsters, even if we're not drinking. For example, if someone sets down a drink, there's no stopping who's going to pick it up, being under age or not. The bar doesn't want to work about it. The venues rarely make money, and to do so they sell alcohol to try and break even. Some venues make money, it really depends on the place. It's really a business no matter how ya look at it, and some bands are really cool about getting the youngsters in, ala Derek Trucks, mainly Blake.


I understand where they're coming from, but just find it a bad rule about the 21. I see what you're saying with the people setting down a drink, but no matter how young people are, I dont think they're stupid enough to drink someone else's drink, just on the off-chance that there's some sort of drug in there. I wish Warren could do something to lift these age limits, but I know there's no way he can. At the Mountain Jam, I have camping passes, and you have to be 18+, but I'm only 16. That should be fun. However, Warren's "guy" (I don't know his name, the guy with gray hair and a beard who looks like P.J. Carleisimo) told me that if I had problems to go see him. Hopefully all will come through and at least I know I will be 21 someday.


Hope it works out for ya. If not, enjoy Mountain Jam, especially Robert Randolph, lucky bastid.


I'm sure it'll all work out in the end. I think I look close enough to 18 and my brother is over 18, so we should be fine. This'll be my 5th time seeing Randolph with his band I believe (Clapton, Roseland, Mountain Jam 2005, Sun Valley), and each time has been awesome. The last three times he's asked me up on stage to play guitar (he normally does a song each show where he asks up guitarists), and each time I say no, I'm too scared. If you ever see him in a small venue, and he plyas a song and points to you, get up and kick Marcus off those drums

 

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Vin, I am so telling you are only 16! I am going to send ALL of your pics with Warren to the security and have them posted around the place!

 

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Yeah, it seems on all shows there with a decent name it is at least 18+. I'm not sure why, I've heard becuase they serve alcohol. So? They serve alcohol at plenty of other venues as well, such as the Beacon and MSG, but there's no age limit there - strange if you ask me. Just pissed off this'll be the third show I miss which I REALLY want to see due to age limits.


I see where you're coming from Jeff. Some places can't be held responsible for us youngsters, even if we're not drinking. For example, if someone sets down a drink, there's no stopping who's going to pick it up, being under age or not. The bar doesn't want to work about it. The venues rarely make money, and to do so they sell alcohol to try and break even. Some venues make money, it really depends on the place. It's really a business no matter how ya look at it, and some bands are really cool about getting the youngsters in, ala Derek Trucks, mainly Blake.


I understand where they're coming from, but just find it a bad rule about the 21. I see what you're saying with the people setting down a drink, but no matter how young people are, I dont think they're stupid enough to drink someone else's drink, just on the off-chance that there's some sort of drug in there. I wish Warren could do something to lift these age limits, but I know there's no way he can. At the Mountain Jam, I have camping passes, and you have to be 18+, but I'm only 16. That should be fun. However, Warren's "guy" (I don't know his name, the guy with gray hair and a beard who looks like P.J. Carleisimo) told me that if I had problems to go see him. Hopefully all will come through and at least I know I will be 21 someday.


Hope it works out for ya. If not, enjoy Mountain Jam, especially Robert Randolph, lucky bastid.


I'm sure it'll all work out in the end. I think I look close enough to 18 and my brother is over 18, so we should be fine. This'll be my 5th time seeing Randolph with his band I believe (Clapton, Roseland, Mountain Jam 2005, Sun Valley), and each time has been awesome. The last three times he's asked me up on stage to play guitar (he normally does a song each show where he asks up guitarists), and each time I say no, I'm too scared. If you ever see him in a small venue, and he plyas a song and points to you, get up and kick Marcus off those drums


Only if it's press on or Tears of Joy.... I could definitely kick it to those two songs with Danyel on that funky bass

 

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Yeah, it seems on all shows there with a decent name it is at least 18+. I'm not sure why, I've heard becuase they serve alcohol. So? They serve alcohol at plenty of other venues as well, such as the Beacon and MSG, but there's no age limit there - strange if you ask me. Just pissed off this'll be the third show I miss which I REALLY want to see due to age limits.


I see where you're coming from Jeff. Some places can't be held responsible for us youngsters, even if we're not drinking. For example, if someone sets down a drink, there's no stopping who's going to pick it up, being under age or not. The bar doesn't want to work about it. The venues rarely make money, and to do so they sell alcohol to try and break even. Some venues make money, it really depends on the place. It's really a business no matter how ya look at it, and some bands are really cool about getting the youngsters in, ala Derek Trucks, mainly Blake.


I understand where they're coming from, but just find it a bad rule about the 21. I see what you're saying with the people setting down a drink, but no matter how young people are, I dont think they're stupid enough to drink someone else's drink, just on the off-chance that there's some sort of drug in there. I wish Warren could do something to lift these age limits, but I know there's no way he can. At the Mountain Jam, I have camping passes, and you have to be 18+, but I'm only 16. That should be fun. However, Warren's "guy" (I don't know his name, the guy with gray hair and a beard who looks like P.J. Carleisimo) told me that if I had problems to go see him. Hopefully all will come through and at least I know I will be 21 someday.


Hope it works out for ya. If not, enjoy Mountain Jam, especially Robert Randolph, lucky bastid.


I'm sure it'll all work out in the end. I think I look close enough to 18 and my brother is over 18, so we should be fine. This'll be my 5th time seeing Randolph with his band I believe (Clapton, Roseland, Mountain Jam 2005, Sun Valley), and each time has been awesome. The last three times he's asked me up on stage to play guitar (he normally does a song each show where he asks up guitarists), and each time I say no, I'm too scared. If you ever see him in a small venue, and he plyas a song and points to you, get up and kick Marcus off those drums


Only if it's press on or Tears of Joy.... I could definitely kick it to those two songs with Danyel on that funky bass


Who knows, Tears of Joy has made a recent return to the lineup of songs. They hadn't played it for years and broke it out a few weeks ago. I'm thinking we're going to start hearing Press On (not Pressing My Way), Ted's Jam, and I Don't Know What You Come To Do more often. I bet you could take Marcus' part on IDKWYCTD, that is a funky drum beat if I've ever heard one.

 

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  posted on 5/11/2006 at 08:39 PM
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Vin, I am so telling you are only 16! I am going to send ALL of your pics with Warren to the security and have them posted around the place!


Hey, that's not very nice

 

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I see where you're coming from Jeff. Some places can't be held responsible for us youngsters, even if we're not drinking. For example, if someone sets down a drink, there's no stopping who's going to pick it up, being under age or not. The bar doesn't want to work about it. The venues rarely make money, and to do so they sell alcohol to try and break even. Some venues make money, it really depends on the place. It's really a business no matter how ya look at it, and some bands are really cool about getting the youngsters in, ala Derek Trucks, mainly Blake.


I understand where they're coming from, but just find it a bad rule about the 21. I see what you're saying with the people setting down a drink, but no matter how young people are, I dont think they're stupid enough to drink someone else's drink, just on the off-chance that there's some sort of drug in there. I wish Warren could do something to lift these age limits, but I know there's no way he can. At the Mountain Jam, I have camping passes, and you have to be 18+, but I'm only 16. That should be fun. However, Warren's "guy" (I don't know his name, the guy with gray hair and a beard who looks like P.J. Carleisimo) told me that if I had problems to go see him. Hopefully all will come through and at least I know I will be 21 someday.


Hope it works out for ya. If not, enjoy Mountain Jam, especially Robert Randolph, lucky bastid.


I'm sure it'll all work out in the end. I think I look close enough to 18 and my brother is over 18, so we should be fine. This'll be my 5th time seeing Randolph with his band I believe (Clapton, Roseland, Mountain Jam 2005, Sun Valley), and each time has been awesome. The last three times he's asked me up on stage to play guitar (he normally does a song each show where he asks up guitarists), and each time I say no, I'm too scared. If you ever see him in a small venue, and he plyas a song and points to you, get up and kick Marcus off those drums


Only if it's press on or Tears of Joy.... I could definitely kick it to those two songs with Danyel on that funky bass


Who knows, Tears of Joy has made a recent return to the lineup of songs. They hadn't played it for years and broke it out a few weeks ago. I'm thinking we're going to start hearing Press On (not Pressing My Way), Ted's Jam, and I Don't Know What You Come To Do more often. I bet you could take Marcus' part on IDKWYCTD, that is a funky drum beat if I've ever heard one.


Ted's Jam would be sweet. I wish these guys would make a new cd... it's been too long.

 

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Yeah, it seems on all shows there with a decent name it is at least 18+. I'm not sure why, I've heard becuase they serve alcohol. So? They serve alcohol at plenty of other venues as well, such as the Beacon and MSG, but there's no age limit there - strange if you ask me. Just pissed off this'll be the third show I miss which I REALLY want to see due to age limits.


I see where you're coming from Jeff. Some places can't be held responsible for us youngsters, even if we're not drinking. For example, if someone sets down a drink, there's no stopping who's going to pick it up, being under age or not. The bar doesn't want to work about it. The venues rarely make money, and to do so they sell alcohol to try and break even. Some venues make money, it really depends on the place. It's really a business no matter how ya look at it, and some bands are really cool about getting the youngsters in, ala Derek Trucks, mainly Blake.


I understand where they're coming from, but just find it a bad rule about the 21. I see what you're saying with the people setting down a drink, but no matter how young people are, I dont think they're stupid enough to drink someone else's drink, just on the off-chance that there's some sort of drug in there. I wish Warren could do something to lift these age limits, but I know there's no way he can. At the Mountain Jam, I have camping passes, and you have to be 18+, but I'm only 16. That should be fun. However, Warren's "guy" (I don't know his name, the guy with gray hair and a beard who looks like P.J. Carleisimo) told me that if I had problems to go see him. Hopefully all will come through and at least I know I will be 21 someday.


Hope it works out for ya. If not, enjoy Mountain Jam, especially Robert Randolph, lucky bastid.


I'm sure it'll all work out in the end. I think I look close enough to 18 and my brother is over 18, so we should be fine. This'll be my 5th time seeing Randolph with his band I believe (Clapton, Roseland, Mountain Jam 2005, Sun Valley), and each time has been awesome. The last three times he's asked me up on stage to play guitar (he normally does a song each show where he asks up guitarists), and each time I say no, I'm too scared. If you ever see him in a small venue, and he plyas a song and points to you, get up and kick Marcus off those drums


Only if it's press on or Tears of Joy.... I could definitely kick it to those two songs with Danyel on that funky bass


Who knows, Tears of Joy has made a recent return to the lineup of songs. They hadn't played it for years and broke it out a few weeks ago. I'm thinking we're going to start hearing Press On (not Pressing My Way), Ted's Jam, and I Don't Know What You Come To Do more often. I bet you could take Marcus' part on IDKWYCTD, that is a funky drum beat if I've ever heard one.


Ted's Jam would be sweet. I wish these guys would make a new cd... it's been too long.


The new CD has been ready for probably 2 or 3 months, but they refuse to release it. Originally it was going to be "Winter 2006", then "May 2006", and now we're looking at "Summer 2006". Guests on the CD include Dave Matthews, Leroi Moore (DMB sax), Eric Clapton (on Jesus is Just Alright (Doobie Brothers)), and Carlos Santana - it should be pretty cool

 

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  posted on 5/11/2006 at 09:15 PM
MOnday's are tough, but I am going to try to get a ticket. The last time Warren played there with Dave Schools, John Medeski and Matt Abts, it was unreal. The only problem was that it started well after 11PM. That's a little tough for me on a week night.
 

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  posted on 5/11/2006 at 09:47 PM
This show starts at 8, the doors are at 6:30, so there shouldn't be the same problem

 

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  posted on 5/11/2006 at 09:55 PM
Speaking of RRFB and Tears of Joy, I'm streaming a show right now from the archive which they open with Tears of Joy - it sounds awesome, great to hear it back:
http://www.archive.org/details/rrfb2006-05-03_flac

 

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  posted on 5/11/2006 at 10:31 PM
What kind of a place is this? Is it standing only? How many tickets are there? If I log on at exactly 12 am I likely to get tickets? Do you guys think they will be playing the new album?

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What kind of a place is this? Is it standing only? How many tickets are there? If I log on at exactly 12 am I likely to get tickets? Do you guys think they will be playing the new album?

Doug

bowery ballroom is relativly small. 2 levels with bars in the back. standing room downstairs and vip tables upstiars with limited standing room. saw the dtb there a few years ago. can't wait for the 22nd. eat a peach deluxe comes out on the 23rd.prolly a stupid question but will they have their new cds for sale at the show? I would imagine not.

 

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MOnday's are tough, but I am going to try to get a ticket. The last time Warren played there with Dave Schools, John Medeski and Matt Abts, it was unreal. The only problem was that it started well after 11PM. That's a little tough for me on a week night.

jimmy-suck it up and get it done! and put the money in the trunk!!!!!!!

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  posted on 5/12/2006 at 09:40 AM
EXTRAS....I'll take any extra tix for this show....put up a post
 
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