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  1. John Paul Jones will present the tenth anniversary of the Mandolines de Lunel festival in France starting on the 29th of October. (I think - translated from French) He will play a live set on the second of November. Festival website: http://www.mandolinesdelunel.com/2013/home/ Festival Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/mandolinesdelunel Festival YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/mandolinesdelunel French news article: http://www.tv5.org/cms/chaine-francophone/info/p-1911-John-Paul-Jones-parrain-du-10e-festival-des-mandolines-de-Lunel.htm?&rub=10&xml=newsmlmmd.urn.newsml.afp.com.20130924.1fd647fd.d4f1.4082.b5a0.a61653ffbe6e.xml
  2. On Monday 26th August, John Paul Jones led a talk at the Polar Music Awards in Sweden: Here are some of the most interesting quotes:
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    Robert Plant 2013 UK dates announced

    July 5, 2013 8:59 am Robert Plant in homecoming gig at Wolverhampton Civic Rock legend Robert Plant today announced a homecoming gig in the Black Country. The star will perform with his latest band Sensational Space Shifters at Wolverhampton Civic Hall. The gig on September 2 is one of just two UK dates. The Led Zeppelin frontman, who was born in West Bromwich and is vice-president of Wolves, last played at the Civic in 2005. He is currently touring in America and his only other date in the UK will be in Bristol, while he will also fit in a show at Irish Festival Electric Picnic. Civic spokesman Jonn Penney said: “Obviously we’re absolutely delighted that we’ve got such a world class name such as Robert Plant coming back to the Civic. “We know he’s fond of the region and effectively he’s decided to drop in on a hometown show. “We’re chuffed to have a name like that associated with the venue.” Tickets for the show go on sale at 10am today and cost £40 for standing or £45 for the balcony. http://www.expressandstar.com/entertainment/music/2013/07/05/robert-plant-in-homecoming-gig-at-wolverhampton-civic
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  5. Robert Plant, Van Morrison, more for London Royal Albert Hall Bluesfest Robert Plant, Bobby Womack and Van Morrison have been announced for a four-day blues-inspired festival at London's Royal Albert Hall. Other artists to play Bluesfest 2013 from Tuesday, October 29 to Friday, November 1 include Gregory Porter, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Mavis Staples and Chris Rea. Festival director Leo Green said: "I am thrilled that Bluesfest London 2013 lineup includes some true icons of Blues & Soul, as well as some of the greatest artists the following generations have to offer. "We look forward to welcoming you all to the Royal Albert Hall for a superb BluesFest London 2013." Tickets for the third Bluesfest go on sale this Friday, July 19 at 9am and are priced from £30 for headline shows, with daytime stroller tickets available for £10. In addition to performances in the main hall, events will take place in other rooms around the venue during the day, including intimate sessions from James Hunter, Marcus Bonfanti, Georgie Fame, Huey Morgan, Dr Feelgood and others. Journalist David Hepworth will also conduct a series of "in conversation with..." events. An all-star lineup will perform on Friday in honour of the late Bobby Bland. The full lineup is as follows: Tuesday, October 29 1pm: Ray Gelato Giants, Oli Brown Band, Matt Schofield Band, Smoove & Turrell, Nate James 6.15pm: Tedeschi Trucks Band & Special Guest Mavis Staples & Her Band 10.30pm: Bobby Womack Wednesday, October 30 1pm: James Hunter Six, Dr Feelgood, Marcus Bonfanti Band, Jo Harman, Natalie Williams, Lianne Carroll 6.45pm: Van Morrison 10pm: PM Show: Gregory Porter & His Band Thursday, October 31 1pm: Royal Southern Brotherhood, Georgie Fame, Ian Seigal, Ben Poole, World Party 6.45pm: Chris Rea 10pm: Robert Plant Presents Sensational Space Shifters Friday, November 1 1pm: Huey Morgan & The New Yorkers, Cerys Matthews, Nell Brydon, The Motives feat Matt Taylor, Jess Roberts 6.45pm: All Star Tribute to Bobby Bland SOURCE: Digital Spy - http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/music/news/a498672/robert-plant-van-morrison-more-for-london-royal-albert-hall-bluesfest.html
  6. I saw Robert and The Sensational Shape Shifters in Melbourne on Wednesday night. WOW,what a first time experience for seeing Robert Plant! Quite a few Zep songs were performed along with Spoonful,Tin Pan Valley,The Enchanter and Another Tribe.Robert was his usual engaging self with a couple of humorous quips thrown in about Australia's convict heritage which got the crowd laughing.There was a real atmosphere in the arena with very few empty seats,and as I looked around everyone was rocking away and all songs were greeted well.Although Robert remarked on it and I noticed too that it took the crowd a little time to warm up. The band,who are - Robert Plant - vocals, harmonica; Juldeh Camara - ritti (one-stringed African violin), kologo (African banjo), talking drum, vocals; Justin Adams - guitar, bendir, vocals; John Baggott - keyboards; Liam "Skin" Tyson - guitar, vocals; Dave Smith - drums and percussion; Billy Fuller - bass guitar, vocals - were in top form and performed like the pro's they are,giving RP an excellent platform and backing in which to showcase his talents. The sound was very good and was nice and clear up where I was sitting.The crowd consisted of people ranging from what I'd call elderly,there's no slight in that term either as those people had the broadest grins plastered on their faces before and after the show,to as young as my friends son who is 12.He's already a Zeppelin fan,now he's also a Robert fan. If you get a chance,Zep friends,catch this show.It's special.
  7. I think the variety of responses to this continual discussion makes for some quite dynamic conversation. Here are some of my thoughts. As we can already assume, the chances of this happening are close to zero. Jimmy has shown some enthusiasm towards the idea, putting most of the pressure on Plant. Robert has already told us, and shown us, the path he's taking in a different direction and the toll age is having on him. Jonesy and J. Bonham would surely be up to it, but I think this is about more than ability. Assuming a few shows were played, each would slowly devalue the impact of the 2007 O2 tour-de-force for Ahmet. That performance will always retain its brilliance and magnificence as nothing short of a triumph, but to see the four of them together again, and again, and a few more times, I think the sparkle will begin to dim. If it did happen, I'm sure without a doubt many of us would be on the next flight, myself included. It would be incredible, but I don't think we can expect a similar impact of that of the O2 a few more times, in both performance and allure. I'm 18 and the last few years have been saturated by a backwards discovery of the mystique of Zeppelin and the impact it had on times I can only read about and imagine. This isn't another 'born in the wrong decade' sob story, it's an expression that I think I can grasp the intensity of Led Zep now and understand that the final chapter to this saga was closed in 2007. Understandably, it's a thought that a lot of us want keep out of sight, but this book isn't to be placed on a dusty shelf. It's to be experienced again, record by record, with Celebration Day as the final bow. Although there may be some left in the tank, I don't think we should be greedy by driving so close to empty.
  8. It is the 1st of january 2013 so Happy New Year to all ,, Everyone has plan and ambitions to get it in the next near so what is yours and do you go with a plan.
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