Former LED ZEPPELIN bassist John Paul Jones and his band will be appearing in a benefit concert in aid of the Mines Advisory Group at The Lyric Theatre at The Lowry in Manchester, UK on Sunday, January 27th. The concert, dubbed Guitars Against Landmines, has been organized by singer/songwriter Julie Felix in conjunction with the Manchester based MAG (Mines Advisory Group) and will also feature Steve Harley, Bill Wyman and THE RHYTHM KINGS, Roy Harper, Kiki Dee and guitarist Carmelo Luggeri, HOMELIFE and Little Johnny England. Other guests will be announced shortly. John Paul Jones' new solo album, entitled The Thunderthief, will be released in the USA on February 5th and in the UK and Europe on February 18th.
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