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  1. I don't post here very often but do read the contributions of other. Today I noticed a strange coincidence when I was looking at my Facebook feed and I don't remember the topic being mentioned or discussed here. The last Jimmy Page-era Yardbirds concert was July, 7th 1968 and the last Led Zeppelin concert with John Bonham was exactly 12 years later on July, 7th 1980. After some additional research it turns out that the last Jimmy Page and Robert Plant concert was July 7th, 2001. What is going on with July 7th and Jimmy Page?
  2. For awhile now I've been listening to anything I can get my hands on of Page & Plant's No Quarter World Tour. I was wondering, with all the different variations in the setlist night after night, what would be the absolute perfect line-up of songs you would want to hear? Here's mine: 00. Egyptian Intro 01. Immigrant Song/The Wanton Song 02. Bring It On Home 03. Heartbreaker 04. Over the Hills and Far Away 05. Shake My Tree 06. Hurdy Gurdy Solo 07. Gallows Pole 08. Tea For One 09. The Song Remains the Same 10. The Rain Song 11. Ten Years Gone 12. Wonderful One 13. Whole Lotta Love 14. Hey
  3. Wasn't sure where to put this...but it's news, so figured it would fit here. This Sunday at 3:00p.m., the American Cinematheque is having the world premiere of two new films about the Amnesty International Human Rights Concerts held from 1986-1998. The films will include footage of Jimmy Page and Robert Plant. Andy Summers and Stewart Copeland of The Police will be there in person. It is at the Cinematheque's Aero Theatre in Santa Monica (which is where I saw "Celebration Day"). Here are the details: Mods & Rockers ¬°RELEASED! The Human Rights Concerts Mods & Rockers returns
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