Gov't Mule will release a new album in a couple weeks, titled "Revolution Come...Revolution Go". They kicked off a U.S. tour called "Come What May" that continues through the month. In honor of Chris Cornell, Mule played "Fell on Black Days" at the Tower Theater in Philly on Friday night. The only other time they covered the song was on New Years Eve 2008 at the Hammerstein Ballroom in NYC, when grunge was the theme of the night's second set.
Here's the audio from the entire night. Cue into 28:45 to hear "Fell on Black Days".
The opening act was the Chris Robinson Brotherhood, and the former Black Crowes singer sat in with Gov't Mule on a version of the Crowes' "Sometimes Salvation". The other guitarist, beside Warren Haynes, is Neal Casal who was with Blackfoot in the 1980's and 90's and with Ryan (not Bryan) Adams' band for five years.