When you attend a Warren Haynes concert you are attending a performance by a guitar god. Haynes has played with the Allman Brothers Band and founded Gov’t Mule. He got his start in David Allan Coe’s backup band.
In concert, Haynes is an energetic performer. Of course, by “energetic,” we don’t mean running back and forth across the stage like a lunatic. Haynes’ energy is funneled through his amazing guitar playing, especially his solos.
Haynes’ career is more than three decades old but the musician is only getting better in concert. Needless to say, he surrounds himself with super talented musicians. Therefore, your Warren Haynes tickets guarantee you an evening of amazing live music.
What Type Of Guitars Does Haynes Play?
Haynes is a Gibson guy. He plays Les Paul models, Gibson Firebird, and Gibson ES-335. His favorite axe is a Gibson Les Paul '58 Reissue.
He’s such a Gibson guy that the company even makes a Warren Haynes model.
What Songs Will Warren Haynes Play In Concert?
At a Warren Haynes tour stop, the guitarist will play cuts from his solo career as well as songs from the Allman Brothers Band. He’s also likely to perform songs made famous by artists like Bob Dylan, Phil Lesh, The Band, and Little Feet.
Keep in mind that Haynes has an enormous catalog of songs he can play in concert. That means every set list is going to be a little different. Nonetheless, the above description gives you a good idea of the kind of material you’re likely to hear at a Warren Haynes show.
Can I Record A Warren Haynes Concert?
Feel free to bring your audio recording devices to Warren Haynes concerts. The guitarist allows fans to make audio recordings of his shows and for those recordings to be traded.
He does not allow access to his soundboard and he prohibits video recording and still photography. Soundboard recordings are available for a small fee on his web site.
Haynes has publically stated that tape trading negatively affects the bottom line but the loss in profits is countered by an increase in fans.