Gov’t Mule held court at The Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater in Miami, Florida on Sunday night. The evening was marked by a spectacular sit in by Jason Bonham, son of legendary drummer John Bonham of Led Zeppelin, to open the second set with a pair of Zeppelin classics “Since I’ve Been Loving You > No Quarter”. Sunday marked the 36th anniversary of Bonham’s untimely death.The first set was pure Mule thru and thru – the band stuck to its roots and played a full set of original music, highlighted with the likes of “Banks Of The Deep End” and “I’m A Ram” to close the set. As noted in the tapers section, “there were several hints of Zeppelin teases throughout the first set.”The second set opened with the aforementioned “Since I’ve Been Loving You > No Quarter” featuring Jason Bonham on the drum kit. Other set highlights included Mule’s take on Bob Marley’s “Lively Up Yourself” as well as a jam on the Grateful Dead’s “The Other One” with the Rolling Stones’ “Gimme Shelter” lyrics segued into the Mule classic “Thorazine Shuffle” featuring some Santana “Oye Como Va” teases.Check out full audio, highlight videos, setlist and more below, all courtesy of CHeeSeHeaDPRoDuCTioNS!Banks Of The Deep EndI’m A RamSince I’ve Been Loving You / No Quarter (with Jason Bonham replacing Matt Abts)Lively Up YourselfThe Other One Jam/Thorazine ShuffleFull AudioSetlist: Gov’t Mule at The Fillmore, Miami, FL – 9/25/16Set 1:World Boss >Mother EarthMr. ManLarger Than Life >Monday Mourning MeltdownDevil Likes It SlowBanks Of The Deep EndLife Before InsanityI’m A RamSet 2:Since I’ve Been Loving You with Jason Bonham, without Matt AbtsNo Quarter with Jason Bonham, without Matt AbtsFool’s MoonLively Up YourselfFallen Down >The Other One Jam with Gimme Shelter lyricsThorazine Shuffle with Oye Como Va teaseEncore:Child Of The Earth
And that wasn’t the only time B’ville would emerge triumphant from the Griffin meet, named in honor of the late coach and administrator best remembered for founding and establishing the Weedsport program.In the opening 200-yard medley relay, Schultz, paired with Bailey Ludden, John Burns and Quinn Gruppe, went a season-best 1:44.01 to beat out West Genesee’s 1:45.13 and prevail.Schultz also contended in the 100 butterfly, where in 56.26 seconds he beat everyone except Liverpool’s Griffin Merkling, who prevailed in 55.33 seconds. Burns finished fifth in 57.93 seconds and Gruppe (1:02.17) was eighth. Tags: Baldwinsvilleswimming Right after, in the 100 individual medley, Schultz went 56.38 seconds, and once again only Merkling proved better as he was first in 55.46 seconds.Tristam Miranda (1:04.38) finished 11th in that IM, but also swam in the 200 freestyle relay with Trevor Kantak, Harrison German and Harrison Meyers, the Bees finishing fourth in 1:44.32.Ludden got fourth place in the 50 freestyle in 23.12 seconds and, in the 100 freestyle, finished fourth again in 51.24 seconds. Burns was eighth in the 50 butterfly in 26.34 seconds as Trevor Kantak (27.62) got 12th place.Miranda swam in the 50 backstroke, where he was eighth in 30.45 seconds. Smith got ninth place in the 50 breaststroke in 32.45 seconds, while Mason Isbell was 12th in the 100 backstroke in 1:08.75.Then the Bees’ regular season resumed Thursday against Oswego, and amid a crowded schedule B’ville shuffled its top swimmers into other races and, remaining undefeated, beat the Buccaneers 52-33.Schultz worked in the sprints, going 22.59 seconds in the 50 freestyle and 49.24 seconds in the 100 freestyle, not too far from the state qualifiying standards in either of those events.Burns swam the 100 butterfly in 58.80 seconds and the 200 freestyle in 2:01.19, winning both races. Miranda, in 2:18.99, edged Meyers (2:20.32) in the 200 IM as Burns, Gruppe, German and Eric Smith went 1:41.85 in the 200 freestyle relay. Ludden helped Burns, German and Miranda swim the 400 freestyle relay in 3:40.37.After appearing in Saturday’s Yeti Classic at Webster Schroeder, near Rochester, the Bees have two more league meets at home against Mexico next Tuesday and Syracuse next Friday.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Even before he got to 2020, Baldwinsville boys swimmer Nick Schultz made sure that he would spend the first week of March battling for state championship honors.Schultz earned his berth in the March 6-7 state meet at Nassau County Aquatic Center on Long Island with his superb effort in the 100-yard breaststroke during last Friday’s Gary Griffin Sprint Invitational.Reaching the state meet required a time of one minute, 1.20 seconds, but Schultz went far past that mark, tearing to victory in 57.68 seconds. The runner-up, West Genesee’s Ryan McMahon, was more than six seconds behind in 1:03.84.