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 Gov’t Mule, the Southern Rock jam band and small business if there ever was one, recently started providing health insurance to nine musicians and crew members.

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Walther Productions has confirmed the initial artists scheduled to appear at the 12th annual All Good Music Festival. The multi-band, jam-centric festival will return to Masontown, WV’s Marvin’s Mountaintop from July 11-13, featuring marquee sets by Widespread Panic, Phil Lesh & Friends and Gov’t Mule. The gathering will also boast performances by Michael Franti & Spearhead, Keller Williams and the WMD’S, Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi Soul Stew Revival, Medeski, Martin & Wood, Railroad Earth, Tea Leaf Green, The Bridge, Hot Buttered Rum, RAQ, Bonerama, Pnuma Trio, The Wood Brothers, Bassnectar, Outformation, Telepath, deSol and Basshound, among others.

A number of additional musicians will be added to the festival’s growing lineup in the coming weeks. In total, All Good will feature over 40 hours of live music, with no overlapping sets. Early-Bird tickets will be available beginning Tuesday, February 26.