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  1. Hi All, I have been searching for years to find a picture of John Bonham's 1977 drum kit (Ludwig Stainless Steel) taken from behind the kit, maybe if one were standing near the gong and taking the picture toward the audience. There is a very similar picture in the Good Times Bad Times Zeppelin book of a shot like this, but of his Amber Vistilite Kit. I will try and find the image and post. The closest I found have found is the image below, however I am looking for one without John, and possibly a higher res? Thanks all! Mike
  2. All of them excellent. Most best drummers list put Peart, Bonham and Moon in the top 3. Neil Peart is probably the best drummer from a technical standpoint. He's very calculative, methodical, precise and technical in his drumming. John Bonham, however, probably has the best sense of rhythm of any drummer. His drums come in hard and crashing, with a sense of heft that no other drummer can seem to emulate. Keith Moon was just the animal, the id, total chaos, and he tried to be as unique and off beat as he could, while raging at certain moments. Moon's one of the best drummers of all time, but compared to the other two, if you take out showmanship, I don't think he's as good as the other two.
  3. Hello all, I will be visiting the United Kingdom this May. I want to take advantage of the trip and find places to visit that have significance in relation to Led Zeppelin. Whether it be venues they have played, places they have lived, or museums. Please let me know!
  4. John Bonhams Drumming Explained Rather a heady title I admit. I don’t think anyone can fully explain him. However I have been playing the drums for roughly 38 years, and I started out wanting to be like him at the age of 5. (And Ringo). So I thought some of you might want some insight from a drummer who has studied a master. Because after all, to become a master one must study a master. This could well be a 100 page essay, but in the interest of brevity I have selected a few songs hopefully everyone has access to, and noted time marks where applicable to illustrate my examples. John Bonham could play with feel, a deep enveloping feel. He was a drummer where “feel” came first, time second. Whereas, in the case of Neil Peart for example, time is first, feel is second. Bonzo also had the amazing quality of being powerful, yet nimble. He also had swing, as is evident in Candy Store Rock, Kashmir, Out On The Tiles, just to name a few. It is easy to see his jazz/swing influences such as Buddy Rich, Gene Krupa, and Joe Morello. In fact John Bonham borrowed a lot of of Joe Morello’s triplet ideas. Dazed and Confused Of course the most noticeable God like quality of his drumming was his speed. He could bend time. The good drummers can do this, our brains can move in nanoseconds, calculating what you just played, what you are playing, and what you are going to play all at once. The best example of John’s speed is the end of Dazed and Confused (from The Song Remains The Same). There have been fierce debates as to whether it is has been sped up, but I can assure it has not. The hand is quicker than the eye. I also know because I can play it. Same song now, different example: Note at the 11:59 mark how Jimmy Page lets Jonesy and Bonzo take over in this rhythmic interlude. This is a great example of how fast and tight the rhythm section was, and how important it was to the success of the band. Trampled Under Foot Here is another example of the blistering speed at which he could play. And maintain throughout a 10 minute song. At the 4:36 mark we get a glimpse of John’s concentration, he is definitely “in the zone”, and as you can see, sweating and working very hard. Moby Dick/Over The Top Another great glimpse into the happiness and concentration on John’s face occurs at 4:56, 5:20, and 6:04. One of things I believe that made Zeppelin great was the happiness in their music. The Song Remains The Same The happiest and most swinging Zeppelin song, in my opinion: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=he6TQsU8d6k John has an interesting approach to this song where alternates the lead beat of the bar between the snare drum and the bass drum. Just another example of his jazz feel, and his attention to detail. When The Levee Breaks Some more interesting attention to detail here at the 1:35 mark. At one time I thought this was tape noise, but I’m convinced it’s John making the sound of water bursting through a small hole. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wEKkJHSO8A0 Of course this is also one of the best known songs for capturing his drum sound. Although there were some interesting recording techniques used, the sound still came from the drummer. He played the first note on his bass drum with an accent (hitting it harder) then silencing his drum head with his bass drum mallet before striking the second note just after. Simple yet genius. Here is a great example of his speed and nimbleness around the kit at 5:16, and his incredible foot speed at 5:26 We can also witness the sheer speed of his wrists with his machine gun drum rolls at 6:48. In closing I want to say happy birthday to the most intelligent, powerful, soulful, nimble, quickest, passionate and and talented rock drummer of all time.
  5. Hi everybody! i'm a huge fan of led zeppelin. I live in rome and i think that this new tribute band is very great! Tell me waht you think about! cheers
  6. Hi all, first post! I've noticed that Robert Plant has made a drawing to support The Big Draw charity. It got me wondering, what other artwork has been created personally by the band? So thought it might be fun if everyone shared their pictures of Led Zeppelin artwork, or examples of any other art the band made outside music. By the way the bidding on the Robert Plant drawing is only at £100 at the moment, so it might be a good opportunity for any passionate Zep fans! What do you think is the story behind this drawing?
  7. I am curious to see what people would think what would Led Zeppelin sound like in the 80's if John Bonham had never died? It seemed like their last album was starting to take them in a different direction on what their songs sounded like such as Carouselambra. With the exception of Coda, if Led Zeppelin released an album after In Through the Out Door, would it sound like a completely different Led Zeppelin from the 70's or would the Gods of rock keep to their original sound with Page's heavy riffs and Bonham's thunderous drumming?
  8. Here are some pics that i took from the Blu-Ray DVD of TSRTS. I have a facebook page that i made, all about Led Zeppelin and i share photos and info and This Day In Led Zep History, I share videos too from my Led Zep Youtube page that i also made. Here are the links to my pages, Please check out my Facebook page, its really awesome and i put a lot of time a effort into it, I love Led Zeppelin and i really like managing the page. I am constantly sharing pics and updates. I have been getting a lot of likes and stuff, But i really do it all for the fans! I have spent a lot of time searching for LZ pics and rare stuff. and now i want to share them with the world, because i had such a hard time finding these things and i just want to help others like me to find stuff! Like the videos and stuff on my youtube page! I hpoe i help!!! LONG LIVE LED ZEPPELIN!!!!! Here is my Long Live Led Zeppelin facebook page! http://www.facebook.com/ledzep1987 And here is my Long Live Led Zeppelin youtube page https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCM1b9ETPb33izVhIB52-E-g This is one of my favorites of jimmy!!!!!
  9. Please post all photos of the Earl's Court concerts you have. Here are the ones from led-zeppelin.org
  10. Had John Bonham still been with us today, it goes without saying that he would be, by now, an elder statesman of rock in the same way that Jimmy, Robert and John Paul Jones are recognized to be by legions of fans today. I imagine he would be retired from the music business and would be a sober and loving proud father and grandfather. He wouldn't have been flashy and capitalizing on his fame but would appreciate the genuine recognition for all that he'd accomplished. I like to think he would be on his farm with Pat and family and perhaps, occasionally, sit in with bands to smash the skins for the fun of it. Bonzo would also be taking an active interest in Jason's drumming, shepherding him along in drumming technique and in life. Perhaps, in a perfect scenario, he would have done an experimental solo percussion-only album or two with Jimmy producing. I also picture him sitting in with bands like Tool and other local bands that he respected. Its nice to think that Bonzo would also would have sat in with aspiring drummers and given clinics at drum industry conventions. If he were still with us today, he would cruise around town on his motorcycles and cars from his collection-occasionally showing off his latest acquisitions; a black Citroen GT and a Bugatti Veyron. For one reason or another, Led Zeppelin would have disbanded in the mid-80's after the music business and fans no longer supported the world in which Zep existed. Jimmy and company wouldn't want to have cheapened all they had built in the previous years and they would have quietly put the band to rest once it became obvious to all of them that they had outgrown their time. The MTV generation would have put the band on a shelf while they danced to Michael Jackson. John Bonham in particular wouldn't have wanted to continue to seem to be a caricature of his old self and would have voted to disband Led Zeppelin. Perhaps there would have been the occasional get-together when the time and situation felt right. Live Aid and the Atlantic 40th show certainly would have been much better with John there behind the kit, of course. So, it all came full circle in December 2007 when his son sat in for him. John would have been proud. He was a man of his time. And as such, I often wonder how he would have adapted and grown to fit into the twenty first century with plastic drums, drum machines, YouTube and auto tune. My gut tells me he would have adapted just fine while staying true to his organic drumming technique,lifestyle and principles. He is missed by legions of fans, friends and family each day.
  11. *****NOTE: I am new to this forum; I am NOT new to anything Led Zeppelin. Please, I ask you to ignore the first part of that sentence, and consider the second. Appreciated. ****** ***The Song Remains the Same Complete Re-EDIT On Way! *** [Note]: Individual evaluation only, not a means of piracy; this will NOT be distributed in any such way; again, my individual evaluations I've always preferred original TSRTS footage, be it a bootleg or 8mm. However, the actual viewing experience is rather limited by the subpar quality even terrible for 1970's cinematics. Honestly, the "film" portions of the film (I know, that sounds redundant, whatever) are pretty ugly. When one compares the close-up concert sequences re-filmed, the viewing experience becomes exhilarating. Add original panoramas of the actual crowd; the experience is timeless. And, of course, 1920 X 1080 resolution is absolutely stunning. The producers made their best intentions to create the best viewing experience possible during the time. The only reason I bring this thought up is because of a project I am working on to re-edit TSRTS (film) as close to original setlist as possible, while still retaining an apex entertainment factor. The fan-edition looks great, but I wish to make it even better. The plans are as follows: 1. Rip 2007 Blu-Ray release as a main video reference for best consumer-attainable quality as of 2013 2. Integrate my FLAC vinyl rips as much as possible to cover the abridged / shortened scene performances and restore original song length. 3. Somehow attain the best quality original footage / bootlegs. This includes the abandoned gaps in Black Dog, The Song Remains the Same, The Rain Song, etc. 4. The whole point of #3 is to eliminate psychedelic/fantasy sequences limiting attention on the band itself. The problem really arises from point no. 3; attaining footage to fill the gaps. I have some, but not enough. If anyone knows where to access the originals in best quality, that would be a great help! Plans for release are late December/early January 2013/2014, though this is extremely tentative and subject to change. ***This is for experimentation purposes only and NOT for personal gain, resale, or profit or mass-release and or reproduction; only individual evaluation.*** If any of you are of interest, please don't hesitate to inform me as soon as possible! Thank you for your support. -A/S
  12. "A fund has been set-up to install a permanent memorial in the town to one of Britain's greatest musicians and arguably Redditch's most famous resident. The John Bonham Memorial Fund will aim to collect as much money as possible to have a statue or sculpture erected in honour of the Led Zeppelin drummer who was born, educated and grew up in Redditch. It is hoped space will be found within the town centre for the statue, with the bandstand area previously mooted." http://www.redditchstandard.co.uk/2013/08/02/news-Bonham-statue-bid-kicks-off-with-bang-79816.html
  13. Hey, I've been looking around on YouTube and elsewhere about the way Bonham played this beat. Everyone I've seen play this beat plays it with on hand on the high hat and plays the groove that way. But the way I hear it he plays with two hands on the high hat, going R-L-R-L-R-R-L-R-L-R-L-R. I have been playing it this way for a long time and it sound great and it also sound just like he plays it. I should have a video on YouTube soon with me playing it. But what do you think?
  14. Found this on another forum and thought I'd share; 1) It is said that the atomic clock in Colorado gets its timing from John Bonham. 2) His synchopated sonic symphony is credited with inspiring the exhaust notes of the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta and Citroen GT. 3) Moby Dick was used to dig the Chunnel. 4) His subtle timing and delicate wrists made three legendary Jazz drummers envious. 5) His right foot was used as a pile driver to drill for oil in the North Atlantic. 6) His 30 minute drum solo once registered a 4.5 on the Richter scale during a concert in Germany in March 1973. 7) He once outplayed the entire percussion section of the London Philharmonic Orchestra while simultaneously eating a sandwich in his right hand. 8) Mathematicians have studied his timing to better understand pure math. 9) All rock drummers threw away their sticks in 1969 after hearing the first Led Zeppelin album. 10) His double bass attack was outlawed on six continents. 11) God has Achilles Last Stand set as the ringtone on his mobile phone. 12) He coined the term "thrutch". 13) His Hertfordshire steers had better rhythm than any other animals in the UK. 14) When the Levee Breaks is the national anthem in the South Sudan. 15) Recordings of his footsteps are sampled even to this day. 16) Certain rare South American birds changed their mating calls to emulate his ching ring. 17) His great-grandchildren will be born with perfect rhythm and perfect pitch. 18) His shadow is in color and larger than Ginger Baker's. 19) The Large Hadron Collider in Switzerland will be adding two more rings to emulate John's symbol. 20) All traffic lights would turn green whenever John was driving.
  15. Is there anywhere online where I can find the full Led Zeppelin August 4th Knebworth performance.
  16. Of the two Knebworth performances which was better? Also, which performance was on the Led Zeppelin DVD.
  17. I don't know how many people have seen this video, or if this has been posted before, but I thought this was a cool video. It warmed my heart to see Jason give his father the fitting tribute he deserves. The part from 3:46-3:53 is funny, cool, and heartwarming all at the same time. That particular part seemed like Jason's way of saying, "Yep. That was my Dad. He was/is the best. I can't touch him here, so why even try." R.I.P. John Bonham
  18. We have just completed a brand new fine art portfolio of prints taken by renowned photographer Herbie Greene in 1969 in his studio in San Francisco. Here is a link to the dedicated webpage of the Led Zeppelin Portfolio. Many of these photos have not been seen before and are intimate portraits of the band just before their first US tour in 1969. http://ledzeppelinportfolio.comLedZeppelinPortfolioPR.pdf
  19. http://kroq.cbslocal...me-kingofbeats/ <------ link to vote They’re literally the heartbeat of their bands, providing the rhythm that powers the music of bands from all genres. From the legendary stomp of late Led Zeppelin bash-master John Bonham to the intricate complexities displayed by Rush’s Neil Peart to the hip-hop-influenced punk beats of Travis Barker, the list of legendarily talented rock drummers is as varied as it is vast. In a musical world where DJs, drum machines and computer-generated beats continue to encroach on the realm of actual drummers, these trap-masters and their bands keep it real with flesh and blood rhythms. Narrowing the field down to 40 (or so) of the best beat-keepers to ever rock a kit, it’s your votes that will determines who reigns supreme as the single greatest rock drummer of all-time. Support your favorite drummer in the poll linked above! Go VOTE!!! Bonzo deserves top spot without a doubt!
  20. Long Live Bonzo! For those that are not aware of drummer extraordinaire Brian Tichy's brainchild here is the video interview with iDrum magazine's Ian Croft in which Brian details how our fantastic show/event got its start and since that show September 25, 2010, 3 others have occurred.It is now called "Bonzo's Birthday Bash" and most just refer to it as Bonzo Bash now. The show is Executive Produced by Joe Sutton and I am very proud to have been added as producer to the last show. The poster for the most recent show is attached and many many many photos of all who have played this amazing event can be found at our highly active Facebook page https://www.facebook...zosBirthdayBash which we'd love all Bonzonians to come be part of. Here is the press release so you can see just how much heart and soul Brian Tichy puts into this tribute to John Henry Bonham in a fashion unmatched by any other who is not his blood*. BONZO'S BIRTHDAY BASH! SPECIAL GUESTS OF GROOVE ADDED! A Tribute Concert To John Henry Bonham Of Led Zeppelin Rock's top drummers play tribute to rock's greatest drummer! Thursday, May 31st, House Of Blues, Los Angeles Bonzo's Birthday Bash just keeps getting bigger! More than 20 of rock's top drummers, a great opening acoustic band, a great house band, extremely charismatic guest musicians and speakers are all there ready to go! But now, on top of that, we welcome aboard Poison drummer Rikki Rockett as well as Lynch Mob frontman Oni Logan who will both be joining in on the fun! Also adding his thoughts and stories to the event will be Snow drummer Stephen Quadros, aka the "Fight Professor", who is one of mixed martial arts' most respected commentators. Stephen will be speaking in between drummers as will be legendary producer/engineer Eddie Kramer, who is also showcasing his private photos of his time with Bonzo and Led Zeppelin. Bonzo's Birthday Bash is now also offering 2 VIP packages packed with goods every Bonzo fan would live to have. The "Whole Lotta Love" and "Kashmir" packages are available here: http://www.briantichy.com/bonzo.php Singing with opening acoustic act "The Calm Before The Storm" featuring guitar master Mitch Perry, ex-Ozzy bassist Phil Soussan, and Quiet Riot bassist Chuck Wright will be Chas West (Bonham/Lynch Mob/ The Moby Dicks), Shaun Williamson and Lorraine Lewis (Femme Fatale). After 3 groundbreaking tribute shows entitled "Bonzo: The Groove Remains The Same" and a collective passion and respect amongst all the participating drummers, past and present to John Bonham, the greatest rock drummer ever, Brian Tichy and Joe Sutton have decided to go for it once again! Tichy says, "It is a relatively simple concept. When I first thought of this, the idea seemed too cool NOT to try. You get a John Bonham replica drum set, complete with gong and timpani, up front, center stage, and have each drummer perform their favorite Led Zeppelin song with a house band (The Moby Dicks). There are no rules other than to have fun putting your own groove and character into your song choice! It's such a unique night, seeing how all these great drummers approach the same drum set making it their own! And 'The Moby Dicks' hold their own as a true force to be reckoned with! We have structure, and within the structure there is total freedom, making the pace and vibe of this show somewhere between a backyard party and a.... backyard party with a killer band playing Led Zep songs! Haha! 'The Groove Remains The Same' has morphed into 'Bonzo's Birthday Bash', as we celebrate John Bonham's birthday! Tichy went as far as to say, "Bonzo's Birthday Bash is now even more so the equivalent of a gong on fire on top of an erupting volcano next to a wildebeest migration complete with lurking, starving crocodiles and a fireworks finale across the river that not even the Olympics can rival!!" John Bonham deserves it! His right foot alone deserves it!! Bonzo's Birthday Bash is the ultimate tribute show and that's that! So get a ticket, get a good seat, grab a now classic "Bonzo Burger" and get into the festivities! Tickets available at www.hob.com Tickets are $25 and $30 day of show Doors at 8pm. Sponsored by ESP Guitars, Gorilla Snot, Dirty Tequila, Coffin Cases The cast of ever growing drummers and guest players starts here! ---------------------- Steven Adler: (Guns 'N Roses / Adler) Seven Antonopoulos: (Opiate For The Masses / Leaves' Eyes) Carmine Appice: (Rod Stewart, Vanilla Fudge, Cactus, drum legend) Vinny Appice: (Black Sabbath, Dio, Heaven And Hell, Kill Devil Hill) Frankie Banali: (Quiet Riot) Gregg Bissonette: (David Lee Roth / Ringo Starr All Starr Band) Bobby Blotzer: (Ratt) Fred Coury: (Cinderella) Jimmy D'Anda: (Bulletboys) Virgil Donati: (Allan Holdsworth / Seven The Hardway) Troy Patrick Farrell: (White Lion) Ray Luzier: (Korn) Khurt Maier: (Salty Dog) Roy Mayorga: (Stone Sour) Mike Portnoy: (Dream Theater / Adrenaline Mob) Rikki Rockett: (Poison) Mark Schulman: (Foreigner / Pink) Matt Sorum: (Velvet Revolver / Guns 'N Roses) Glen Sobel: (Alice Cooper) Brian Tichy: (Whitesnake / S.U.N.) Joe Travers: (Zappa Plays Zappa) Simon Wright: (AC/DC / Dio) Yael: (The Love Project/Ugly Kid Joe) *Special Guests of Groove: Sebastian Bach Jeff Pilson (Foreigner) Billy Sheehan: (Mr. Big, Niacin, David Lee Roth) Eddie Kramer Oni Logan (Lynch Mob) Stephen Quadros the "Fight Professor" Lorraine Lewis Shaun Williamson ========== The Moby Dicks: Michael Devin- bass (Whitesnake) Stephen LeBlanc- keys (Jason Bonham's Led Zep Exp.) Keith St. John- vox (Montrose) Brian Tichy- guitar, drums (S.U.N.) Chas West- vox (Bonham, Lynch Mob, Zep Set) Brent Woods- lead and rhythm guitars (Brentwood Forest) *Jason of course carries his dad's legacy with pride, skill and the deepest respect, and he too has been a drummer in this show. His aunt Deborah has sung in this show, and most recently, a pregnant Zoe was special guest, leading the whole audience in singing happy birthday to her dad, the God of Thunder. We wanted to introduce ourselves to this forum and invite you all to our facebook family and be added to the legacy that so clearly lives here at your forum and website. Sincerely, Noelle Kim Retes Bonzo's Birthday Producer Social Media Director
  21. I saw the Red Hot Chili Peppers here in Phoenix two weeks ago. It was on the anniversary of John's death. My thoughts were raw regarding that anniversary as I had just finished my Tumblr essay about my life with Led Zeppelin (below) that day, and sent it out to around 100 friends. In the essay I write about the day I was told by a high school classmate that Bonham had died. September 25, 1980. John Bonham was my first true hero in my life. The news of his death was a crushing blow. The show was good, as good as it could have been without John Frusciante. During the course of the show I was so focused on the band (and Flea!) that I forgot about the date. At the very end of the show, after all members had left the stage, drummer Chad Smith walked up to the microphone, alone. It was weird, since I have never seen him address the audience in all the times I have seen RHCP. He leaned into the mic. "BONHAM!!" (then a pause) "JOHN BONHAM!" (a longer pause) "JOHN FUCKING BONHAM!!!" (then, as if to explain to all the teens, and they were legion) "JOHN BONHAM WAS THE DRUMMER IN LED ZEPPELIN. HE WAS THE GREATEST ROCK DRUMMER EVER. JOHN HENRY BONHAM DIED 32 YEARS AGO TODAY. I LOVE THE GUY. HE IS MY HERO." I didn't see it coming. I was stunned, and instantly remembered the essay I sent out earlier that afternoon. And the horrible news I got 32 years ago that very day. I was frozen still, and overcome with emotion. As a drummer, I have, over time, become very aware of drummers like Dave Grohl, Chad Smith, and others, who have been very vocal in their love of John. The drummer who changed their lives, and ours. Trampled Under Foot. My Zeppelin Tumblr essay. http://petedelorean.tumblr.com/
  22. These have never been published anywhere in the past 37+ years.... Thanks, Sam for archiving them!! I wish I would have had a better camera than a crappy little Kodak 110 camera with a single roll of 24 images for Houston 1975...Ahh,. the "old days" What I would have given to have had my Nikon! Time to share them - these are for DavidZoso, to add to his mighty archive....! ENJOY L.Z.F.!!
  23. Hats off to Led Zeppelin are very proud to announce that from 2012 our promotion and management will be handled by Bandwagon Productions and Warren Grant. Warren’s experience in the music industry is second only to his father, the late Peter Grant, legendary manager of Led Zeppelin, who rewrote the book on band management. Having spent several years working in many areas, Warren has decided to return to music promotion and sees Hats Off To Led Zeppelin as the perfect band to return with. Not content with being Europe's best and most authentic tribute to Led Zeppelin, Hats off to Led Zeppelin have managed to go one step further and been taken under the wing of Warren Grant, son of the legendary Led Zepplein manager Peter Grant. Warren went to see the band perform last year in Bournemouth, close to his home, and was so impressed with the band he decided to approach them about joining forces. Warren said 'Hats off to you guy...keep up the outstanding work, you really did the band justice' Come and see the band on tour all over the UK and beyond. www.hatsofftoledzeppelin.co.uk April 27th De Pul, Uden, Netherlands. 28th the Rock Temple, Kerkrade, Netherlands. May Friday 11th May - Nottingham Arts Theatre Saturday 12th May - Billingham Forum Theatre Sunday 13th May - Thame, Music in the Park Festival Saturday 26th May - The Old Brewery, Faversham Thursday 31st May - Torch Theatre, Milford Haven June Saturday 9th June - Reeferstock Festival, Hebden Bridge (Headline) Saturday 16th June - General Henry’s, Littlehampton Friday 29th June - Number 8 Arts Centre, Pershore July Friday 13th July - Exmouth Pavilon Saturday 14th July - Mowlem Theatre, Swanage Sunday 15th July - Basingstoke Festival (supporting The Jam) Friday 20th July - Wyvern Theatre, Swindon August Friday 3rd August - Congress Theatre, Eastbourne Saturday 4th August - The Old Bell Hotel, Derby Sunday 5th August - The New Roscoe, Leeds Friday 10th August - Pure Bar, Basingstoke Saturday 18th August - The Stables, Milton Keynes Thursday 30th August - Regent Centre, Christchurch Friday 31st August - Quay Theatre, Sudbury September Saturday 1st September - Marrs Bar, Worcester Friday 7th September - Playhouse, Weston Super Mare Saturday 8th September - Fairfield Halls, Croydon Friday 14th September - The Roses, Tewkesbury Saturday 15th September - Roemand Festival, NL (Headline) Thursday 20th September - Towngate Theatre, Basildon Friday 21st September - Leamington, Royal Spa Centre Thursday 27th September - Byre Theatre, St Andrews (TBC) Friday 28th September - Berwick-Upon-Tweed, The Maltings Saturday 29th September - Brunton Theatre, Musselburgh October Thursday 4th October - The Castle, Wellingborough Friday 5th October - Town Hall Theatre, Hartlepool Saturday 6th October - Plowright Theatre, Scunthorpe Tuesday 9th October - Eden Court, Inverness Wednesday 10th October - Webster Theatre, Arbroath Thursday 11th October - Concert Hall, Motherwell Saturday 13th October - Hampshire OctoberFest (Headline) Thursday 18th October - Palace Theatre, Mansfield Friday 19th October - Finns, Weymouth Saturday 20th October - Jersey Opera House Thursday 25th October - The New Roscoe, Leeds Friday 26th October - Railway Venue, Bolton Saturday 27th October - Theatre Severn, Shrewsbury November Thursday 1st November - Grove Theatre, Dunstable Friday 9th November - The Garage, Swansea Saturday 10th November - Riverfront Theatre, Newport
  24. I wish Led Zeppelin would have played Custard Pie live because I would really be interested in seeing Robert’s mannerisms throughout the song… its all such a clever innuendo