LED ZEPPELIN Duo Perform (Separately) At Charity Event

LED ZEPPELIN guitarist Jimmy Page and vocalist Robert Plant took the stage at the Teenage Cancer Trust charity concert at the historic Royal Albert Hall in London on Saturday, February 9th, but did so in separate performances, as was widely anticipated. Plant and his STRANGE SENSATION band, who are currently putting final touches on a studio album, reportedly played a tight set, which included renditions of “A House Is Not A Hotel”, as well as their spacey versions of JIMI HENDRIX's “Hey Joe” and “Four Sticks”. At the end of the night, Jimmy Page ventured onstage and tore through an instrumental rendition of “Dazed & Confused” during an extended jam with the PAUL WELLER BAND. According to reports, a substantial amount of money was raised for the charity and a great night was had by all.

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