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judgenothing

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  1. Discuss amongst yourselves: How would Freddie Mercury's singing voice sound if he was still alive today?
  2. http://www.musicradar.com/news/guitars/rob...st-voice-190343
  3. My betting money is on either The Faces or The Kinks. The Fleetwood Mac tour has already been announced: Sun 03/01/09 Pittsburgh, PA Mellon Arena Tue 03/03/09 Saint Paul, MN Xcel Energy Center Thu 03/05/09 Rosemont, IL Allstate Arena Sun 03/08/09 Auburn Hills, MI The Palace Of Auburn Hills Tue 03/10/09 Washington, DC Verizon Center Wed 03/11/09 Boston, MA TD Banknorth Garden Fri 03/13/09 Uniondale, NY Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum Sat 03/14/09 Uncasville, CT Mohegan Sun Arena Mon 03/16/09 Rochester, NY Blue Cross Arena Tue 03/17/09 Albany, NY Times Union Center Thu 03/19/09 New York, NY Madison Square Garden Arena Sat 03/21/09 East Rutherford, NJ Izod Center Tue 03/24/09 Ottawa, ON Scotiabank Place Wed 03/25/09 Montreal, QC Bell Centre Thu 03/26/09 Toronto, ON Air Canada Centre ...with more dates to come!
  4. It is always amazing how a few little words from 2 people who don't know each other can turn a thread upside down.
  5. I looked through all of the threads on page one just to make sure someone had not already started another topic. This is my first post. I have been a fan for 25 years now (since I was 12). So, of course John Bonham had passed away before I even became aware of what a magnificent band Led Zeppelin STILL IS. It was nice to see them on LiveAid in '85. I finally got to see Robert Plant in '94 on his Fate Of Nations world tour when it came to Atlanta. I was even front row at The Fabulous Fox Theatre which is an amazing venue to see ANYONE. I also saw the Page/Plant tour. Yes, they were both awesome concerts to say the very least. BUT, I have been waiting for over half of my life to finally see the one, the only Led Zeppelin. Even though, it shall never be a true reunion (R.I.P. John), at least Robert, Jimmy and John Paul are still alive and kicking! Besides, I already know how wonderful Jason is on the drum kit. It is only right that Bonzo's son be the heir to his throne. So, in essence, I am looking for replies from anyone who truly believes that the London show will spark something and will ultimately lead to an international tour next year. I already know that Robert will be touring with Alison Krauss next year in support of their Raising Sand album. Also, besides the program, what other merchandise was available at the O2 show? Please be specific. Thank you kindly for reading and for your time. Sincerely, Robert
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