While Led Zeppelin hasn’t had an official concert since that last reunited in 2007, lead singer Robert Plant has kept the timeless catalogue alone while on the road with his Sensational Space Shifters. Plant is on tour through the rest of September into early October, briefly hooking up with Willie Nelson’s Outlaw Festival this week.
Last night Plant landed in Philly at the Mann Center. Among the originals, Plant sang four original Zeppelin tunes including “What Is and Should Never Be,” “Black Dog,” “The Battle of Evermore,” and “Ramble On.” Other common Zeppelin covers like Joan Baez’s “Babe, I’m Gonna Leave You” were also on the menu last night.
While Plant turned 71 last month, his voice sounds terrific and he can still pump out the jams.Turn It Up and Black Dog
Babe I’m Gonna Leave You
The Battle of Evermore
Thanks to Jim Powers for the excellent footage!