Mumford & Sons- Wagon Wheel (Live in Bristol) Gentlemen Of The Road

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I've watched this several times and have yet to see Justin Townes Earle on that stage. Quite frankly I just don't believe he would have anything to do with this
Dustin Gill:
So amazing TN will always welcome u forever Thank YOU for all u do
my god brits cant sing... but then again they are the best ... such a conundrum
J Andrew McMahon:
This is turning into a all nighter. It has been one after another doesent theis do your spirit good to see musions and signge all to geather have ing fun I wish I could and play an instrument do you know what talent that take to remember your fingering and lyricks and cordonate with other member amazing what a humanbeeing cand is it andy
Jim Walker:
Some good singing and playing with a lot of yelling off tune and the sound of a garage band playing in a rented storage facility.
John Westmacott:
Is it legal to have that much fun on stage?
Lisa DC:
I would love this if was decent quality. Can't listen recording so bad, but I'm sure it was great! Love the song and The band!!
Mark W.:
I believe him when he says there was zero rehearsal of this song.
Ron Martin:
Man What a blast this must have been !
Ross Childs:
I love that Wagon Wheel has become the ultimate party song. Everybody knows it, and those folks who say they don't like it are just contrarian douchebags
SAL Paradise:
Sons of Bitches! Fantastic motherfuckers.
Satoru Hashimoto:
who is that blond girl with the guitar?
Steel Blue:
THIS is why Live Music is SOOOO Friggin Awesome, Hahahaha.. you can't beat that energy for nuthin, kids...
If I had 3 wishes, 1 would be to go back in time and take part in these good times.
what they know about the south?

    Mumford & Sons, Dawes, Apache Relay, Haim, Jeff The Brotherhood, Simone Felice, and Justin Townes Earle perform Wagon Wheel by Bob Dylan/ Old Crow Medicine Show!