ROBERT PLANT Jams On Blues Standards During Surprise Beverly Hills Appearance
Former LED ZEPPELIN frontman Robert Plant made a surprise appearance onstage with Terry Reid Monday night (October 20) in an impromptu jam in Beverly Hills. Phil Carson also joined on bass, as they performed several blues standards at The Joint.
In related news, ex-LED ZEPPELIN bassist John Paul Jones will be producing and mixing a new album for THE DATSUNS. Due for release early next year through Hellsquad/V2 Records, this will be the band's second album.
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