Approaching Millionth Song Download, Gov't Mule Celebrates With Contest

NEW YORK (CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — Gov't Mule's MuleTracks.com is approaching it's millionth Mule tracks download. In appreciation of its fans' interest in
their concerts, Gov't Mule will host the "Download The Millionth Song At Mule Tracks" contest. The fan who downloads the millionth track will win free downloads of every 2007 Gov't Mule concert.

Mule Tracks (www.muletracks.com) was launched in October 2004 in partnership with Musictoday as a digital download service where Gov't Mule fans can download almost every concert Gov't Mule has played since–over 250 concerts. Gov't Mule Front of House Engineer Bruce
"Slim" Judd records each show to computer via sound board and an
audience microphone matrix. The shows are encoded and posted on
MuleTracks.com within two to three days of each show and offered in MP3
and FLAC loss-less (CD quality) formats and includes custom artwork for
each show. "Classic Mule Tracks" features shows before 2004, some
include original bass player, the late Allen Woody.

Coinciding with the contest, Gov't Mule has released "A Million Miles
From Yesterday," the new single from Gov't Mule's
ATO Records release High & Mighty. The song features a mix of R&B,
gospel and rock. The band will also release a video
for the song, marking the first video release by them.

Gov't Mule's High & Mighty worldwide tour continues in 2007 through the US, Europe, Japan and Canada. — Bob Grossweiner and Jane Cohen

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