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  posted on 9/27/2007 at 08:23 AM
The last time I saw Mule at the Tabernacle in "01. I had to leave three songs into the show. No, I didn't have a brain malfunction. My wife was about to bust open with my first, and couldn't handle the noise and that sweet-smelling smoke. She really tried to hold out because she saw what fun I was having. Chuck Leavell was on the keys, and Oteil Burbridge manned the bass...it was a dream lineup for me. The only clear memories of that show I have are Warren's purple Firebird, and the phenomenal sound quality and atmosphere of the Tabernacle.

This time, it's just me, my youngest sister and my two nephews ( all in their early 20's ). So I'm really looking forward to a major good time.

 
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  posted on 9/27/2007 at 08:38 AM
I'm in. Have not seen Mule since the Woody era, not really sure why. Tix are still available as of a couple days ago, surprisingly. And very affordable. Get them while you can (Bogthing).

 

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  posted on 9/27/2007 at 09:09 AM
I'm going! I went to the 2 great shows in '05, the highlight being Gregg Allman surprising us the second night after intermission and the crowd going crazy when he walked out!
 

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  posted on 9/27/2007 at 10:05 AM
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I'm in. Have not seen Mule since the Woody era, not really sure why. Tix are still available as of a couple days ago, surprisingly. And very affordable. Get them while you can (Bogthing).


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  posted on 9/27/2007 at 11:40 AM
Syd and I will be there as always!

 

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  posted on 9/28/2007 at 02:54 PM
Me & Melodye

 

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  posted on 9/28/2007 at 09:26 PM
The Mule rocked my world the last time they played two nights at the Tabernacle! Every show I have ever seen there with them has been outstanding! Can't wait to do it again...

See you there,

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  posted on 10/14/2007 at 03:42 PM
Buzzy82, try to find me, I want to party w/ you mister! And PC and Bog, pls try to make it. After 2 recent mostly seated shows, I'm ready to be a dancin' fool.

 

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  posted on 10/15/2007 at 08:01 PM
Anyone pre-partying anywhere? I will definitely be there and Don't FORGET DUMPSTAPHUNK AT SMITHS OLDE BAR AFTERWARDS!

 

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  posted on 10/15/2007 at 08:12 PM
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Anyone pre-partying anywhere?


I'm thinking Manuel's Tavern. If pre-partying means dinner, then we'll be partying!

 

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  posted on 10/15/2007 at 08:28 PM
Brock, more than ready to take a Mule Ride. That show just rocks your arse to the bone. If I had to guess, Warren and the Boys like the Tabernacle. The last 2 night run, the damn floor was actually moving up and down. Is is Friday yet?

 

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  posted on 10/15/2007 at 08:36 PM
I would have preferred doing the Tab instead of the 9:30 club but unfortunately the Tab was only for one night this year. I bet it will be a great show no matter. That venue is the bomb. One of the best GA experiences in the country imho. Have a great show.

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  posted on 10/15/2007 at 08:48 PM
Ang, sorry you can't make it down. And please, no talk of bombs so close to Olympic Park!

Buzzy, what time should I get in line to be able to snag a balcony seat?

 

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  posted on 10/15/2007 at 08:51 PM
As usual...I'll be there! Look for a few knuckleheads in the east (?) parking lot beside the Tabby rockin' some Mule and knockin' back some beers!!! I wish they could do two nights, but the venue is booked on Sat night for.....uh, Kid-f-ing-Rock?!?! Wtf???

 

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  posted on 10/15/2007 at 09:05 PM
Kid Rock on Saturday? Who knows, Warren may sit in. The Mule opened for Kid a few years back. And I heard that his show is a fun one too. Just saying. :-)

 

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  posted on 10/15/2007 at 09:14 PM
Brock, I would be camping out around 6:00. The show starts at 8:00 and think the doors open up at 7:00.The show will sell out the day of and there is normally a good line to snag a good seat. If you get shut out on a good seat, come down on the floor for some elbow to elbow fun.It is tough on the ole legs but a different vibe on the floor.

 

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  posted on 10/15/2007 at 09:20 PM
Thanks Tom. I'm not infirm yet, just headed that way. Either way, I'm either seated or close to Grace Potter. It's a win-win!

 

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  posted on 10/15/2007 at 09:27 PM
I am with you on that one! It is getting tougher and tougher to stand for 4 straight hours. If you get a wild hair,check out Dumpstaphunk after the show. They tore it up at Wanee a couple of years ago.Certainly a great way to keep the groove on after the Mule.

 

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  posted on 10/16/2007 at 12:08 PM
Let me also say that Grace Potter and the Nocturnals rock. I was able to catch their full show at both the DC dates and I found myself enjoying them even more than the first few times I heard them. Grace spoke about learning from the Mule to rotate set lists and that is what they have been doing. Sure their catlogue isn't that large so there is some repitition but they brought out a new song on DC night 2 and that was really fun to hear.

They are a very good and fun band and let's just say Grace is easy on the eyes. Seriously, Grace plays well and her band is enthusiastic. I found myself really digging the rest of the playeers in the band as well. They have a lot of energy and their musicianship fits the music very nicely. The best part is I have grown to really love Grace's voice. Of course I have liked it from the beginning but now that I have heard her sing a wider variety of songs, I can say Grace has it going on from a vocals perspective.

I can't wait to get their cds too. And if you know me, I only buy cds if I really like the artist. She has some nice ballads I like and this one song about her grandmother that brought tears to my eyes.

So if you can get there to hear the band, do so.

Hey Brock, have a great time at the show. And the rest of you guys too of course.

 

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  posted on 10/16/2007 at 12:37 PM
Glad to hear these good reviews on Grace Potter and Nocturnals. Haven't heard these guys (and gal ) before...looking forward to seeing them with my Mule show in a cou-ple of weeks!

 

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  posted on 10/18/2007 at 03:32 PM
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I am with you on that one! It is getting tougher and tougher to stand for 4 straight hours. If you get a wild hair,check out Dumpstaphunk after the show. They tore it up at Wanee a couple of years ago.Certainly a great way to keep the groove on after the Mule.

Dumpstaphunk is not at Smith's Friday night. They are opening for KD3 at The Loft along with Cadillac Jones. I really REALLY wish this show was on a different night because I have been trying to see Karl's trio for a LONG time. I wonder if there will be any time for Karl to swing over and sit-in? Maybe like a set opening 20min "Blind Man"?!?!?! Crazier things have been known to happen.

 

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I am with you on that one! It is getting tougher and tougher to stand for 4 straight hours. If you get a wild hair,check out Dumpstaphunk after the show. They tore it up at Wanee a couple of years ago.Certainly a great way to keep the groove on after the Mule.

Dumpstaphunk is not at Smith's Friday night. They are opening for KD3 at The Loft along with Cadillac Jones. I really REALLY wish this show was on a different night because I have been trying to see Karl's trio for a LONG time. I wonder if there will be any time for Karl to swing over and sit-in? Maybe like a set opening 20min "Blind Man"?!?!?! Crazier things have been known to happen.


it's always added fun to see guests show up w/Mule and the ABB, but if not, i've still got a big 'ol music boner in anticipation of seeing Mule at the Tab. i notice Trucks, and the Black Crowes are all on the road, so i guess we can rule those guys out. Denson's work on BMITD kicks so much butt on the Deepest End dvd, it would be very cool to see it unfold in person.

i checked Smith's Olde Bar's site about a month ago, and Dirty Dozen was scheduled to play 10/20. that would have been a good guest possibility, but i checked again just the other day, and that show is no longer listed.

i'm staying at the Best Western, as far as i can tell, you can throw a rock from there to the Tabernacle, are there any good pre-show spots to hit within walking distance ?

[Edited on 10/18/2007 by squabs217]

 

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I am with you on that one! It is getting tougher and tougher to stand for 4 straight hours. If you get a wild hair,check out Dumpstaphunk after the show. They tore it up at Wanee a couple of years ago.Certainly a great way to keep the groove on after the Mule.

Dumpstaphunk is not at Smith's Friday night. They are opening for KD3 at The Loft along with Cadillac Jones. I really REALLY wish this show was on a different night because I have been trying to see Karl's trio for a LONG time. I wonder if there will be any time for Karl to swing over and sit-in? Maybe like a set opening 20min "Blind Man"?!?!?! Crazier things have been known to happen.


it's always added fun to see guests show up w/Mule and the ABB, but if not, i've still got a big 'ol music boner in anticipation of seeing Mule at the Tab. i notice Trucks, and the Black Crowes are all on the road, so i guess we can rule those guys out. Denson's work on BMITD kicks so much butt on the Deepest End dvd, it would be very cool to see it unfold in person.

i checked Smith's Olde Bar's site about a month ago, and Dirty Dozen was scheduled to play 10/20. that would have been a good guest possibility, but i checked again just the other day, and that show is no longer listed.

i'm staying at the Best Western, as far as i can tell, you can throw a rock from there to the Tabernacle, are there any good pre-show spots to hit within walking distance ?

[Edited on 10/18/2007 by squabs217]

I was lucky enough to see that unfold before my eyes on the second night of Mule's two-night stay at Down on the Farm Festival back in 2005. That version of "Blindman" was over 20mins long. We also got a "John The Revelator" with Dirty Dozen that night. Let's just say that, as good of friends Karl is the boys, I would not be surprised in the least for him to show up.

What sort of place are you looking for to hang out at before the show? There is a Ted's Montana Grill right across the street from the venue. There are always some Mule-heads hanging at the bar there. The weather should be really nice, so I'm planning to party in the parking lot from about 4pm onward!! It's kind of become a tradition for us.

 

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Let me also say that Grace Potter and the Nocturnals rock. I was able to catch their full show at both the DC dates and I found myself enjoying them even more than the first few times I heard them. Grace spoke about learning from the Mule to rotate set lists and that is what they have been doing. Sure their catlogue isn't that large so there is some repitition but they brought out a new song on DC night 2 and that was really fun to hear.

They are a very good and fun band and let's just say Grace is easy on the eyes. Seriously, Grace plays well and her band is enthusiastic. I found myself really digging the rest of the playeers in the band as well. They have a lot of energy and their musicianship fits the music very nicely. The best part is I have grown to really love Grace's voice. Of course I have liked it from the beginning but now that I have heard her sing a wider variety of songs, I can say Grace has it going on from a vocals perspective.

I can't wait to get their cds too. And if you know me, I only buy cds if I really like the artist. She has some nice ballads I like and this one song about her grandmother that brought tears to my eyes.

So if you can get there to hear the band, do so.

Hey Brock, have a great time at the show. And the rest of you guys too of course.




I cannot agree with this post more. Having listened to Mule for years, and then learning Grace Potter was touring with them, I hate to say it, but Im more geeked for Grace And Company than I am for The Mule. Here is hoping she turns a few people on to their music tomorrow night-Easy on the eyes would be an understatement as she is just downright smoking hot. And her voice has the power of Susan Tedeschi, and her skills on the keys are great-I think alot of people are gonna walk away tomorrow VERY impressed and new fans of Grace Potter And The Nocturnals. Glad I was on the bus a few months ago, glad to welcome more people on!!!!!!!!!

 

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  posted on 10/18/2007 at 08:37 PM
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Brock, I would be camping out around 6:00. The show starts at 8:00 and think the doors open up at 7:00.The show will sell out the day of and there is normally a good line to snag a good seat. If you get shut out on a good seat, come down on the floor for some elbow to elbow fun.It is tough on the ole legs but a different vibe on the floor.


We are shooting to get there at 6pm, traffic permitting, natch. I didn't think Bruce would go for it, but he's as excited as I am. Will be looking for a mop-topped tall dude; didn't get a haircut this week did you? PC, what say you?

 

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