The list of people that we're contacting is so varied, from folk artists to bluegrass to jazz to rock 'n' rollChristmas Jam benefit hits 18th year Dec 15, 2006
We've been fortunate to have many amazing bass players tour and record with usRock group Gov't Mule adds Andy Hess Sep 16, 2003
Gov't Mule is a rock band with a lot of different influencesIt's Only Rock 'n' Roll Nov 27, 2002
It's nice to have that not only that sound but just vibe, the presence of himIt's Only Rock 'n' Roll Nov 27, 2002
It's still pretty overwhelming to me that we pulled this offIt's Only Rock 'n' Roll Nov 27, 2002
Warren Haynes (born April 6, 1960) is an American rock and blues guitarist, vocalist and songwriter of Gov't Mule and long time member of the Allman Brothers Band. Haynes also founded and runs Evil Teen Records, and is a member of the Dead.
Haynes is primary singer, guitarist, and songwriter for the band Gov't Mule, which he founded with fellow Allman Brother Allen Woody and Band drummer and bandmate Matt Abts. In addition to the Allman Brothers and Gov't Mule, Haynes has recorded and toured extensively with former members of the Grateful Dead, while also maintaining a solo career. In 2004, he was ranked 23rd on Rolling Stone's 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time, along with fellow Allman Brothers Band guitarists Duane Allman, Dickey Betts, and Derek Trucks.
Warren Haynes got hisfirst break joining David Allan Coe's touring and recording band in the early 1980s. David Allan Coe Bass Guitarist Mickey Hayes first saw Haynes performing at a nightclub called "The Brass Tap" in Asheville, NC. Coe and the band had just finished a movie called "Lady Grey", and the lead guitarist was going to be let go. Hayes went to Coe and told him of a promising guitarist he saw and recommended Haynes be hired ASAP to join the band and fill the spot. Upon Hayes advice, Coe called and asked Haynes join the band. He joined that night and played in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.