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robertkincaid96

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  1. I think I am going swimming too. No beer tonight since I work night shift. Let me throw in something about Led Zep. The may issue of Uncut has a great interview with the 3 remaining members. Have you seen it yet?
  2. Yes I was being sarcastic. The sarcasim was directed at supraphonic. That was the post that followed mine that seemed to be sarcastic in it's on way. I will go have a beer now. Hey Evster2012 are you supraphonic too? Just asking and no big deal.
  3. I want to personally apologize for that post, to you supraphonic. It was my error, that I thought I was contributing to a discussion about music. After reviewing all the posts you have made, I get a clearer picture as to what YOU EXPECT from members of this board.
  4. I like John & Jason's style of drumming for Rock & Roll jamming. Some fans like double bass drumming for the speed. I ike the different styles demonstrated by different drummers. I suppose if you like double bass drumming and that is it try doing this. BTW I do not like the drum solo overall but it is entertaining how fast this guy can play. I think his name is Derek Roddy? Link
  5. Associated Press gets it wrong!! Associated Press Link Led Zeppelin Heads Bonnaroo Lineup 12 hours ago NEW YORK (AP) — The reunited Led Zeppelin will headline the 2008 Bonnaroo Arts and Music Festival, concert organizers announced Wednesday. Led Zeppelin, who reconvened for a single December concert in London, had for months been rumored to be heading to Bonnaroo, which will be held Jun 13-15 on a 700-acre farm in Manchester, Tenn. Confirmation of Led Zeppelin's Bonnaroo performance was sure to stoke further speculation on a possible reunion tour. Last week, guitarist Jimmy Page said he was eager to tour with singer Robert Plant and bassist-keyboardist John Paul Jones. (Jason Bonham, son of late drummer John Bonham, has joined on drums.) Plant will also perform at Bonnaroo with bluegrass star Alison Krauss, with whom he made the hit duet album, "Raising Sand." Led Zeppelin recently released "Mothership," a two-disc compilation. Also scheduled to perform are Metallica, Pearl Jam, Jack Johnson, Kanye West, My Morning Jacket, Willie Nelson, B.B. King, Phil Lesh and Friends, Sigur Ros, the Raconteurs, Against Me! and Death Cab for Cutie. A lineup of comedians performing in the festival's "Comedy Tent" will include Zach Galifianakis, David Cross, Janeane Garofalo, Jim Norton, Mike Birbiglia and Brian Posehn. Tickets to the seventh annual festival go on sale Feb. 16. More acts will be announced later, with an expected total of over 100 bands. Here is the deal.!! Ah, but a closer look at the press release reveals that it's Lez Zeppelin, the all-female Zep tribute band, not Led Zeppelin!! UH!!!!!! Link Zeppelin booked to play Bonnaroo! (Well, sorta...) Feb 6, 2008, 12:00 AM | by Gary Susman Categories: Music Woo-hoo! "ZEPPELIN CONFIRMED," according to the press release announcing this year's Bonnaroo lineup. Makes sense that the long-rumored reunion tour might start at the June 12-15 music festival, especially since unlikely-but-terrific duet team Robert Plant and Alison Krauss (pictured) are already booked. Ah, but a closer look at the press release reveals that it's Lez Zeppelin, the all-female Zep tribute band, not Led Zeppelin, that's confirmed to perform in Manchester, Tenn. D'oh! Still, looks like there's something to please everyone in this year's Bonnaroo lineup, from Kanye West to Pearl Jam, from Death Cab to Vampire Weekend, from Willie Nelson to B.B. King, from Metallica to Sigur Ros. There's also a comedy tent, with Janeane Garofalo, Zach Galifianakis, and a nightly talk show hosted by the much-easier-to-spell David Cross. Tix go on sale Saturday exclusively at the Bonnaroo website. So, how many of you are going? Who are you most looking forward to seeing? Think that, as long as Plant's there, the real Led Zeppelin might show up anyway? Does anybody remember laughter?
  6. Led Zeppelin Planning A World Tour Anne Lu - Celebrity News Service News Writer London, England (CSN) - Rock legend Led Zeppelin had been overwhelmed by their success at their one-time reunion gig at the O2 Arena in London this month, they are allegedly considering a major world tour. A source has revealed that the band is pondering an 18-month world tour to appease their fans. The concert at the O2 had those not able to watch the event buy the ticket stub in eBay as much as $250. It will start as soon as lead vocalist Robert Plant's tour with Alison Krauss ended. "It will kick off at next year's Glastonbury after Robert Plant has finished touring with American country star Alison Krauss," a fellow top musician was quoted by the Daily Express. "Plant and Krauss have a new album out right now and he is committed to that for the next couple of months at least." Led Zeppelin has not made any announcement yet. Link
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