LED ZEPPELIN Star Rocks Hall
Express & Star reports that LED ZEPPELIN frontman Robert Plant was one of a number of stars who came together at Town Hall in Birmingham, England last night to pay tribute to Midlands music legends.
Plant graced the stage alongside funnyman Jasper Carrott and rocker Bev Bevan of '60s band THE MOVE at the Brum Rocks Extra concert.
Last night's fundraising show was only the second at the historic venue since it reopened on Thursday. The capacity crowd who packed the 19th century building enjoyed a celebration of the golden age of Brummie rock n roll.
Stars shared memories of past performances at the building — and less salubrious venues in the city — and blasted out classic songs from the early '60s to late '70s.
Last night's line-up also featured THE MOVE founder Trevor Burton, DOMINETTES star Steve Gibbons and the lively Danny King of DANNY KING AND THE JESTERS.
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