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Plant & Jason Bonham Interview on Big 105.9 FM Radio (Miami)

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And this is why I like this forum. I never would have known about this interview otherwise. It was a great way to start the morning.

Robert was great! He sounded excited about the upcoming tour and said he may revisit some Zeppelin music. I agree about the idiot interviewer - his interruptions were very annoying. Let the man talk for goodness sakes!

I'm so excited about July 24th!! :D

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side note to doubters from other thread, told you jimmy lived here, lol. man people get mean over stupidest things. like it was ever a big deal.

Was nice to hear robert confirm he lived right where I said, after getting such blather cause I mentioned he lived here I almost left the site. sorry rants done :P

Otherwise he said exactly what I had figured about what style of music he will play, of course he would do zep and his other solo stuff. that doubt went out the window in 88. since then he has always to my knowledge done zep tunes at his shows.

And it also made nothing but sense that this tour would rock more. who really thought he would be a folk star ?

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With JPJ in Them Crooked Vultures..

We know Jason will be at the Miami event to see Robert...wonder if he will join in??

Now, we just need hopefully additional dates from Robert...and Jasons dates!!!

JIMMY!!!!!!!!??????

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Just got done listening to it. It was great to hear Robert and Jason. The DJ's were rude and kept interupting them...jerks!

Keeping my fingers crossed that Robert will add more dates to his tour that will include either St. Louis, Indy or Chicago. It will be interesting to see how Jason's project turns out and where all he will tour also. Hopefully he will will hit the midwest with it.

Ok, Robert is touring, JPJ is touring with TCV....now when is Dear Jimmy gonna get out there and release something and tour!?!?! Come on Jimmy....we have been waiting for ya for a while now! Don't keep us waiting any longer!

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And this is why I like this forum. I never would have known about this interview otherwise. It was a great way to start the morning.

Robert was great! He sounded excited about the upcoming tour and said he may revisit some Zeppelin music. I agree about the idiot interviewer - his interruptions were very annoying. Let the man talk for goodness sakes!

I'm so excited about July 24th!! :D

I know, I more excited than ever!!!! Especially when he said he may revisit some Zep music and some of his solo music. He said the music would be harder and heavier than what he did with Allison Krauss. Yessssssssssss.

Gigi, we're going to be at the same show!

(my bad - RP said tougher and stronger - not harder and heavier. either way, it's all good.)

Edited by justawoman

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side note to doubters from other thread, told you jimmy lived here, lol. man people get mean over stupidest things. like it was ever a big deal.

Was nice to hear robert confirm he lived right where I said, after getting such blather cause I mentioned he lived here I almost left the site. sorry rants done :P

Otherwise he said exactly what I had figured about what style of music he will play, of course he would do zep and his other solo stuff. that doubt went out the window in 88. since then he has always to my knowledge done zep tunes at his shows.

And it also made nothing but sense that this tour would rock more. who really thought he would be a folk star ?

Not sure what your point is about Jimmy having LIVED in Miami. Knebby said he LIVES in London and in the interview it was stated that Jimmy LIVED there for just a short amount of time. You were speaking in terms of current time and she said that was not true, which is correct. So, get over it already.

Back to the point of the thread..... the interview was nice to hear - thanks to Deborah and Sam for the heads up on it/posting the link for those of us at work! So looking forward to seeing Robert in July!!! :thumbsup:

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Thanks, Deborah J, for the link/ Thanks Sam for the info.

Catching up now. :)

R B)

Edited by reids

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Thanks, Deborah J, for the link/ Thanks Sam for the info.

Catching up now. :)

R B)

My pleasure, and thanks to Steve for starting the thread, Sam for the date information.

I loved Jasons comment about some people making negative comments about his tribute...Umm..RH comes to mind :wacko:

Edited by Deborah J

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I thought he lived in Ft. Lauderdale briefly as well?

That is correct. He and Jimena rented Suite 262 at Las Olas Isles, 2400 East Las Olas Blvd at the end of 2000 and into Spring 2001. During this time they visited Master Jeffrey Holmes' Sailboat Bend apartment/gallery, L' Art Noir (12/15/00) and returned to purchase a print of a piece not for sale, a black and white drawing of a witch. Most of the following month was spent on holiday in Brazil. When they attended Joe Walsh's Gulfstream Park Racing & Casino concert in Hallendale (2/3/01) Jimmy was seen side stage and he signed autographs by the soundboard before being led to Joe's trailer just prior to the encores. When they hosted the first annual charity dinner and auction for Action for Brazil's Children at The Tower Club (4/4/01) approximately 150 people attended and Jimmy strummed a chord on guitar. In May 2001, Jimmy attended the final set of a Hashbrown gig at The Poor House and conferred with guitarist Duncan Cameron. Worth noting Jimmy continued to undergo therapy for his back injury throughout this time.

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Not sure what your point is about Jimmy having LIVED in Miami. Knebby said he LIVES in London and in the interview it was stated that Jimmy LIVED there for just a short amount of time. You were speaking in terms of current time and she said that was not true, which is correct. So, get over it already.

Thanks I was just gonna say that! :beer:

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Worth noting Jimmy continued to undergo therapy for his back injury throught this time.

It's kinda of funny picturing Jimmy working out in sweat shorts, head band, etc. Maybe he has dragon suit shorts.biggrin.gif

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It's kinda of funny picturing Jimmy working out in sweat shorts, head band, etc. Maybe he has dragon suit shorts.biggrin.gif

LOL what an image! :D

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That is correct. He and Jimena rented Suite 262 at Las Olas Isles, 2400 East Las Olas Blvd at the end of 2000 and into Spring 2001. During this time they visited Master Jeffrey Holmes' Sailboat Bend apartment/gallery, L' Art Noir (12/15/00) and returned to purchase a print of a piece not for sale, a black and white drawing of a witch. Most of the following month was spent on holiday in Brazil. When they attended Joe Walsh's Gulfstream Park Racing & Casino concert in Hallendale (2/3/01) Jimmy was seen side stage and he signed autographs by the soundboard before being led to Joe's trailer just prior to the encores. When they hosted the first annual charity dinner and auction for Action for Brazil's Children at The Tower Club (4/4/01) approximately 150 people attended and Jimmy strummed a chord on guitar. In May 2001, Jimmy attended the final set of a Hashbrown gig at The Poor House and conferred with guitarist Duncan Cameron. Worth noting Jimmy continued to undergo therapy for his back injury throughout this time.

I go to Ft. Lauderdale every April, and have visited the Pour House on several occasions. I would drop dead if I saw Jimmy in there!

I loved Robert's interview. He is so articulate! If only the DJ would have let him talk without interuptions!

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thanks for link for radio show.....Robert and Jason were just great, but interrupting by DJ was so anoying so I sent email to radio station and let them know how interrupting their guest was rude and look at the answer I got from them:

Reply |Paul Castronovo to me

show details 4:30 PM (16 hours ago)

Thanks for the critique. Let me know when your show is on, so I can learn from you.

Have a Hectic Day,

Paul Castronovo

www.paulandyoungron.com

Call the show sometime!

1-877-PAUL-N-RON

1-877-728-5676

Looks like it is hard to take critique.....what a jerk!

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Worth noting Jimmy continued to undergo therapy for his back injury throughout this time.

So he did have a back injury. I remember all the fodder that followed the demise with the Black Crowes, mostly it being that the Robinson brothers were sick of playing Zeppelin tunes and being a coverband for Jimmy, so he left.

Great interview. Too bad Robert picked that morning show. They're terrible. :rolleyes:

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thanks for link for radio show.....Robert and Jason were just great, but interrupting by DJ was so anoying so I sent email to radio station and let them know how interrupting their guest was rude and look at the answer I got from them:

Reply |Paul Castronovo to me

show details 4:30 PM (16 hours ago)

Thanks for the critique. Let me know when your show is on, so I can learn from you.

Have a Hectic Day,

Paul Castronovo

www.paulandyoungron.com

Call the show sometime!

1-877-PAUL-N-RON

1-877-728-5676

Looks like it is hard to take critique.....what a jerk!

What an A-hole!!!!!! Robert Plant was nothing but classy. No wonder these buffoons don't get rock greats to do interviews (they said as much before Mr. Plant came on). What an arrogant SOB!

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WELL here I am back again did u all like the interview? A certain lyrical gentleman interviewed listened in to hear his lilting voice with the Welsh birdies in the background can't wait till his show here hmmmmm.......

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Not much of an interview but thought it interesting that Robert suggested a some what tougher sound for the Band Of Joy smile.gif .

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