LED ZEPPELIN's JOHN PAUL JONES To Team Up With SONIC YOUTH's THURSTON MOORE For One-Off Concert In London

LED ZEPPELIN's JOHN PAUL JONES To Team Up With SONIC YOUTH's THURSTON MOORE For One-Off Concert In London

LED ZEPPELIN bassist John Paul Jones will team up with SONIC YOUTH's Thurston Moore and Steve Noble for a one-off concert on March 28 at the 100 Club in London.

The event is described as "a unique musical meeting of three of the most inventive performers of our time — for perhaps the only time — all to benefit [London radio station] Resonance FM."

John Paul Jones is a restless and radical musical innovator for over half a century — as composer, arranger, and producer across genres ranging from pop to opera to electronica and avant-garde

Moore has been a key figure in alternative music since co-founding the band SONIC YOUTH in 1981. Now based in London, he runs the Ecstatic Peace! record label and library, publishes poetry and records as a solo artist.

Noble is the collaborator of choice of countless free jazz iconoclasts, including Derek Bailey, Joe McPhee and Matthew Shipp.

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