SteveAJones Posted December 17, 2007 Author Share Posted December 17, 2007 (edited) A couple of "mysteries" for Steve A. Jones (and, no I don't know the answers) 1. When Zep were in NYC, where (name of restaurant/bar) did they dine in the East Village? In the late '60s - early '70s (pre-TSRTS era), one could see rockers there. 2. Where did Zep go when they went up to Harlem to go to the clubs? Thanks. Those ARE mysteries to me to. This is all I've got: Oct 20 1969 Led Zeppelin attended The Who's Fillmore East after-show party hosted by Bill Graham at Max's Kansas City. June 11 1972 They attended Paul Gurvitz' show at The Bitter End. June 11 1972 Having left The Bitter End, they went to Nobody's in Greenwich Village. They performed vocal renditions of 'Blue Moon' and 'Roll A Bowl'. From what I've been told, Nobody's was a favored haunt for British musicians. February 1975 Led Zeppelin and The Rolling Stones were both staying at The Plaza Hotel. On an off night, Jimmy, Robert, Bonzo, Richard Cole, Mick & Ronnie went out to a club in Harlem. I also seem to recall they frequented The Steve Paul Scene at 301 West 46th Street. They were scheduled to perform there February 3-6 1969 but those were cancelled to allow John Bonham to return to England, where young Jason had received stitches. Edited December 17, 2007 by SteveAJones Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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