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Originally started as a side project for The Allman Brothers Band members guitarist Warren Haynes and bassist Allen Woody, Gov't Mule has taken on a life of its own. Joined by drummer Matt Abts, Gov't Mule got together during various Allman Brothers breaks and made their official debut in 1995 with their self-titled album on the Capricorn Records label. They quickly followed this up with "Live from Roseland Ballroom," released in October of 1996. In 1997, it became apparent that The Allman Brothers Band would not be recording any new material, so the members of Gov't Mule focused on the band full time. The result was the studio album, "Dose," released in 1998, and another live album, "Live... With a Little Help from Our Friends," which included performances from members the Black Crowes, and Parliament Funkadelic performing with the band. The complete show was released as a four-disc limited-edition set in 1999. "Life Before Insanity" was released in 2000, receiving many critical accolades and it appeared as though the band was about to breakthrough commercially. However, bassist Allen Woody passed away in August of that year. With various bass players such as Les Claypool of Primus and Flea of the Red Hot Chili Peppers stepping in, Gov't Mule released "The Deep End, vol. 1" in 2001, and "The Deep End, vol. 2" in 2002. Gov't Mule continued touring and recording. Over the years, the band has not received a great deal of radio airplay, but remains popular due to constant touring and the intense loyalty of their fans, who affectionately refer to them as "Mule." Today, Gov't Mule continues to tour extensively and is a regular act at many popular music festivals such as Bonnaroo and New Orleans Jazzfest. Their 10th album, "Revolution Come... Revolution Go" was announced April 2017.