Gov’t Mule Pays Tribute To Levon Helm With Cover Of The Band In Savannah [Updated With Video]

first_imgUpdate: Thanks to Jon’s Music Channel 2, we have footage of “Up On Cripple Creek.” Enjoy!Gov’t Mule continue their rockin’ spring tour, powering up an excited Trustee’s Theater in Savannah, GA last night. Yesterday also marked the fourth anniversary of Levon Helm’s passing, creating quite the emotional performance. The Band’s music has had a profound impact on just about everyone in the scene, including Warren Haynes and co.To celebrate Helm’s legacy, Mule played a classic from The Band’s rich catalog for the occasion. “Up On Cripple Creek” came during the second set, spurring the crowd to sing along to the song’s iconic chorus. The show also featured covers of The Beatles, Howlin’ Wolf, and a debut of Weather Report’s “A Remark You Made.”While video of Mule’s “Cripple Creek” from last night has yet to surface, we can watch their version from their three-set New Year’s Eve 2015 performance at the Beacon Theatre:You can also watch fan-shot footage of “Banks Of The Deep End” from last night, below:Full setlist:Edit this setlist | More Gov’t Mule setlistslast_img