Archives for: November 2007

Friday 30th November 2007

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Robert Plant has joked that "Stairway to Heaven" should be renamed "Stairlift to Heaven."

Nov. 28 (Bloomberg) – Led Zeppelin’s singer Robert Plant has joked that the group’s comeback means their trademark song “Stairway to Heaven” should be renamed “Stairlift to Heaven.”

Fans of the U.K. rock band, who have been hoping for a reunion for three decades, are indeed in ecstasy. For Plant, 59, and his band mates, who have already sold more than 300 million albums, it could also signify a golden pension plan.

Led Zeppelin fell apart after the death of drummer John Bonham in 1980. Thanks to bone-crunching songs such as “Whole Lotta Love,” the group’s influence was once viewed as equal to that of Elvis Presley, the Beatles and Bob Dylan.

The group has new CDs, a DVD and a Web site. It put its back catalog online and joined a charity concert, featuring pals Jimmy Page on guitar and singer Robert Plant, with Bonham’s son Jason on drums and the estranged bassist, John Paul Jones.

More than a million fans entered an Internet ballot for the Dec. 10 gig at London’s 20,000-capacity O2. Tickets have been offered on EBay for as much as $10,000 each for “buy it now'’ sales. The demand may tempt Led Zeppelin to tour in 2008.

The group is “concentrating on the concert,” said its U.K. spokesman Chris Goodman of public-relations company the Outside Organisation. Still, the reunion is stirring speculation among Internet bloggers that the band is lining up venues for a tour.

Lucrative Returns

In the past year, the Who, the Stooges, the Spice Girls and the Sex Pistols have staged comebacks. Billboard reported that the Police grossed more than $171 million total and estimates that Led Zeppelin could take $3.2 million a night. Plant and Page toured in the 1990s, reporting $31.4 million revenue for 63 shows.

For those who say “Led Who?” the new CD compilation “Mothership'’ offers a great way to catch up. It has 24 songs – nearly every one that matters, as well as one that doesn’t (the cod-reggae “D’Yer Mak’er.")

“Mothership” improves on the similar “Remasters” double CD of 1992 by adding Bonham’s tour de force “When the Levee Breaks.” The remastering makes “Communication Breakdown” sound even louder, if that were possible. The demolition of the blues was revolutionary in 1969. It must have scared hippies senseless.

While the Beatles and the Stones dominated the charts, Led Zeppelin didn’t release singles. The group’s influence was subversive and ubiquitous. I’ve heard it everywhere, from a battery-powered radio blaring “Kashmir'’ in remote Peru last year to the thud of “Rock and Roll” from a party shattering the peace of a Tuscan seminary in the 1980s.

Plant Partnership

Is the comeback simply a nostalgia trip for aging heavy-metal pioneers? It’s more than that: The band plans new material and Plant has made an exceptional CD, “Raising Sand,” with U.S. country singer Alison Krauss. Their partnership does much to atone for Plant’s more questionable, sometimes misogynistic 1970s lyrics.

Led Zeppelin’s image has become unfairly skewed to focus just on the three-chord-riff bombast. Zep was loud and proud, pompous and imperious. It also had players with impeccable skills, and songs with sensitive passages such as “Over the Hills and Far Away.” Anyone wanting to sample that complexity should check out the 1976 live album “The Song Remains the Same,” featuring New York shows from 1973, released this month in an expanded form.

The DVD version intercuts the songs with fantasy videos, millionaire country estates, groupies, private jets and limos. This all fueled the anger and envy of the punk revolt of 1976.

As a time capsule, it’s priceless. Still, it’s not the best Zeppelin live album: The rival “How the West Was Won” has peerless performances and “BBC Sessions” is immaculate.

Like the ominous opening seconds of “Black Dog'’ (Page described it as “waking up the army of guitars'’), the Led Zeppelin money machine is gearing up for world domination again. Welcome back, guys.

Led Zeppelin is on Warner/Atlantic, Plant and Krauss on Rounder. Prices of the CDs are from $12.98 in the U.S. or 8.99 pounds in the U.K.

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11 Days to go until the Led Zeppelin Reunion!

Not long now until the Mighty Led Zeppelin Consisting of Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, John Paul Jones and Jason Bonham, Grace the Stage at the O2 arena.

Excitement is rising.

Thursday 29th November 2007

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Rolling Stone Magazine Excerpt

On June 10th of this year, at 2:30 in the afternoon, the surviving members of Led Zeppelin — guitarist Jimmy Page, singer Robert Plant and bassist John Paul Jones — met in a rehearsal space to play some songs. It was the first time they had been in the same room with instruments since their rough four-song set at Led Zeppelin’s 1995 induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. This time, the stakes were higher: to see if they had the strength, empathy and appetite to truly perform as Led Zeppelin again, in their first full concert since the death of drummer John Bonham in 1980.

The location of the rehearsal, somewhere in England, is still a zealously guarded secret. In interviews a few weeks before Led Zeppelin’s December 10th show at London’s 02 arena — a benefit tribute to the late Ahmet Ertegun, the co-founder of Atlantic Records — Page, Plant and Jones claim they can’t remember the date, what they played or even how the idea of reuniting in honor of Ertegun, a close friend and mentor during and after the band’s years on the label, came up. They all agree that playing together again, after so long, was a momentous, emotional occasion.

“It was immediate,” Page says brightly, sporting a small splint on his left pinkie, the result of a fracture suffered in a fall at home that forced a pause in rehearsals and the rescheduling of the concert, originally set for November 26th. “Everybody went in with a will to work and to enjoy it. It was a delight.”

Plant recalls “a lot of big smiles,” wearing one himself. The day was “cathartic and therapeutic. No pressure, no weight.” Jones claims he “didn’t have any doubts. Someone picked a song. We got through it. And it rocked.”

But Bonham’s son, Jason, can tell you the exact date and hour Led Zeppelin became a band again, because he was there, taking over for his dad. “They might not know what time it was,” he says of the other three, “but I know.” For him, it was “a real lump in the throat.”

“I didn’t think there would be an instant sound,” says Jason, 41, currently a member of Foreigner and now a father of two himself. “I thought, ‘It’s going to take some time.’ ” He was wrong. The band went right into the slow, dark fury of “No Quarter,” from 1973’s Houses of the Holy. “When the riff came in, there was this look that went around. It was brilliant.” Next, the four hit the desert-caravan march of “Kashmir,” from 1975’s Physical Graffiti. “Then we stopped. Jimmy said, ‘Can you give me a hug?’ And Robert shouted, ‘Yeah, sons of thunder!’ “

Finally, at the end of that day, Jason says, “They said, ‘When we get together next . . .’ ” He laughs. “I thought, ‘You mean I get another chance at this?’ “

— Excerpt From Issue 1041

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Zeppelin Tattoo :)

Just a quick update…

Yesturday saw my Zeppelin Tattoo become a realisation :)

Led Zeppelin tattoo Done by Carl Zambra

I am well pleased and will be wearing them with pride for the rest of my life :)

Wednesday 28th November 2007

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Led Zeppelin Live on Channel 4

Led Zeppelin fans without tickets to the band’s upcoming reunion gig need not fret because Channel 4 is offering the chance to see the band live.

Live in your living room that is. Channel 4 is showing footage of the band, who are rumoured to be having rehearsal problems, from their Madison Square Garden gig from July 27 1973, featuring hits ‘Black Dog’ and ‘Since I’ve Been Loving You’.

The gig will be shown on December 10 at 23:50 on Channel 4.

Source: http://www.channel4.com/music/musicnews/led-zeppelin-channel4-jd-set-103.html

Monday 26th November 2007

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More Personal Led Zeppelin Thoughts...

Okay, So a few days ago my Best Friend Found out he got a passcode allocated! Superb, so whats gone on since?

Well, i have kind of neglected ledzeppelinrock.com with only the odd update every so often, but i have been working on other projects.

Okay, so what new projects and “other stuff", well, i am currently compiling a website where all people that go to the gig can upload pictures and use it as a central “hub” of photographs from the reunion gig.

Its still in very early stages, but im expecting it to be ready by the time of the gig.

As for cameras in the venue, here is what the venue said about it:

Cameras will be allowed for this event as long as they are not professional cameras and are of a small-medium size.

Regards

James

Customer Services

The O2

Peninsula Square
London
SE10 0DX
T: 0208 463 2000
www.theo2.co.uk

So, as soon as it is ready for visitors, i will post the website on here, so keep your eyes peeled.

What else have i been upto?

well, i have plans for something that i have been wanting for ages, but not got round to it, due to money and my distaste for pain.

But i am finally getting the 4 symbols tattooed on me… in pride of place on my wrists (I always said i would never get anything on my lower arms, due to future job prospects, but with something so monumental as a Led Zeppelin reunion, it would be hard not to get it done)

So pictures will be up on wednesday night after i have it done.

with that in mind, if anyone else has Led Zeppelin Tattoos, feel free to comment, and give any experiences that you have had induced from the tattoo’s (maybe a conversation that was special to you, after being sparked by the tattoo’s, i.e. “hey thats a nice tattoo…” - later going on to getting married?! Also, feel free to post pictures of your tattoos, Im always interested to see other peoples artwork :)

Other than that, i Don’t thin alot has gone on. Just planning for the gig itself.

If you are going, dont forget to sort out ur travel/parking, as with only 2000 parking spaces, they might be tight, especially if alot of people intend on going even without tickets.

Have fun and Thanks for readin (if anyone actually did :)

Ste

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Harvey Goldsmith Blog Update

Ahmet Ertegun Tribute

We have now filtered through all of those previous winners who could not make the new concert date of December 10th. As a result of this process the final passocode winners have been randomly selected on a first come first served basis, out of the original ballot.

Please note as follows, the box office for collection of tickets will be open from Sunday 9th December from 10am until 6pm and from 10am and on Monday 10th December until the concert starts.

Please note that the concert starts at 7pm and will finish at 11pm.

In addition to the Jubilee line where the last train leaves at 12.19am there is also a boat service that will take you to Westminster Pier under the Millenium Eye if you wish to stay later. This boat service will run until at least 4am.

I have read through most of your comments and my response is very simple. Throughout this process we have tried to satisfy those fans that took the trouble to register on the original ballot. It is going to be a fantastic concert and I hope you will all find that the effort that you have all made is worth it.

Source: http://www.harveygoldsmith.com/harvey-blogs.php

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Ahmet Tribute FAQ's Updated

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS – UPDATED 26 th NOVEMBER 2007

*****NEW DATE – 10 TH DECEMBER 2007*****

***ALL TICKETS ARE VALID FOR THE RESCHEDULED DATE***

1. I am unable to attend the concert on the rescheduled date can I get a refund?

Ticketmaster will contact all customers by email in the next 5 working days, this email will contain full instructions on how to obtain a refund.

Please apply for a full refund prior to midday November 14 th 2007.

2. What will happen to tickets that are refunded?

After the 15 th November they will be offered to a list of winners selected randomly from original registrations.

3. I have purchased tickets and I am able to attend the concert on the rescheduled date do I need to do anything to confirm my tickets?

No, all ticket purchases will automatically transfer to the new date unless you specifically request a refund as per above.

4. I cannot attend on the rescheduled date can someone else go in my place?

No, all original collection information remains unchanged, see below for full Terms & Conditions.

5. I didn’t win but I have obtained a passcode that does not belong to me can I use it?

NO, please see below instructions issued to ballot winners with passcodes on or after 22 nd October 2007.

This passcode is non-transferable. Only the winner of the ballot as named above is eligible to purchase a maximum of 2 tickets using this passcode and a credit card in their name.

Tickets purchased by anyone other than the winner of the ballot as named above will be cancelled.

The tickets purchased using this passcode are non-transferable.

You have until 5pm Thursday 25 th October to complete your purchase. This is United Kingdom GMT time.

Your individual passcode can only be used once and will be invalid after the deadline as mentioned above has passed.

There are NO REFUNDS unless the show is cancelled or rescheduled, if you cannot personally attend the show in accordance with our terms and conditions DO NOT purchase the tickets.

Terms and conditions

• Your individual passcode can only be used once and will be invalid after the deadline as mentioned above has passed. Your passcode is strictly for your own personal use only. It may not be transferred or sold to any other person or body under any circumstances, nor may it be used in any way for commercial gain. If you breach this term we reserve the right to cancel your passcode with immediate effect. If your passcode is used to purchase tickets by any person other than you, we reserve the right to immediately cancel those tickets.

• The tickets purchased using your passcode are for your own personal use only and may not be transferred or re-sold to any other person or body under any circumstances for any consideration whatsoever or used as part of any promotion or competition. Where there has been any re-sale or attempted re-sale of any tickets, we reserve the right to cancel those tickets with immediate effect.

• We reserve the right to cancel any ticket purchase made by any person whom we reasonably believe to be associated with any ticket broker or tout.

• NO tickets will be mailed out. All concert goers must pick up their tickets and non-transferable wristbands in advance of the show at the O2 Arena between 10am and 6pm on Sunday 9 th December and between 10am and 6pm on Monday 10th December. To avoid long queues on the day of the show you are strongly urged to pick up your tickets and wristbands on Sunday 9 th December or arrive as early as possible on Monday 10th December, please be aware that ticket collection will be busy at peak times and you should anticipate having to wait to be served.

• To collect the tickets each original purchaser and the person accompanying them to the show must be present in order to pick up the tickets and wristbands. NO exceptions

• Each original purchaser must provide the actual credit card used for the purchase along with valid state-issued PHOTO ID in order to receive the tickets and non-transferable wristbands. All wristbands will be fitted immediately. The name on your photo ID must match the name against which your passcode is registered AND the name on the credit card used for the ticket purchase, otherwise you may be refused entry to the event.

• There will be no exceptions to the above, no name changes or letters of authorisation will be accepted under any circumstances.

• On the night of the show EVERYONE will be required to present BOTH the WRISTBAND and TICKET for entrance to the show. Wristbands must NOT be removed or tampered with prior to entering the show or your access will be refused. Original ticket holders must bring photo ID to the show as they may be required to present it upon entry to the venue.

• The original conditions of sale will be enforced. These passcodes and tickets are non-transferable under any circumstances and any resale or transfer, or attempted resale or transfer, will invalidate your passcode and any ticket purchase made using that passcode.

• No refunds will be accepted under any circumstances.

• Customers with disabilities should forward this email and contact phone number to ticketing@theo2.co.uk to book accessible seating (subject to availability).

• All ticket purchases are subject to the standard terms and conditions of Ticketmaster (UK) Limited, accessible at www.ticketmaster.co.uk/legal.

6. What will happen to the unused passcodes from previous ballots?

They have expired and can no longer be used.

7. What happens to any remaining unsold tickets?

They will be offered out by random selection from the remaining applicants who registered.

Please keep checking this website for updates.

8. Can I still register for the ballot?

Unfortunately the ballot has now closed and no further registrations can be accepted.

9. What if I require disabled access?

If you a successful applicant and require disabled access the email as mentioned above will contain all the information you require to arrange accessible seating.

10. How many tickets can I buy and how much are they?

Ticket purchases will be restricted to no more than 2 per successful registrant and all tickets will be £125 plus booking fee.

11. How will you use the information I provided?

In accordance with our Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policy

12. What is the Ahmet Education Fund?

The Ahmet Education Fund is a charitable fund which is administered by The City Charity Trust (charity number 259420) the purpose of which is to establish university educational bursaries.

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Led Zeppelin Deny Groupies at reunion.

NO MORE LED IN OUR PENCILS
25th November 2007

http://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/view/22096/No-more-Led-in-our-pencils/

By Rick Lyons
SORRY girls… but the last thing Led Zeppelin want is a Whole Lotta Love.
They’ve ordered staff at London’s O2 Arena to keep groupies at bay.

The band play a reunion gig there on December 10 but it appears their hellraising days are behind them.

An insider said: “The gig is one of their most important ever and they don’t want any distractions.”

“They are all married or in relationships but they understand there are plenty of women who would want to get them in the sack backstage.”

“The roadies and security staff have been warned not to let any of these women near them.”

Led Zeppelin bedded thousands of groupies between them in the Sixties and Seventies.

One incident in 1969 involving a girl and a shark – which can’t be detailed on a family website – is one of the wildest examples of rock excess.

But now singer Robert Plant, 59, Jimmy Page, 63, John Paul Jones, 61, and drummer John Bonham’s son Jason, 41, want a quieter life as they prepare for their historic reunion gig.

The insider added: “They are sounding magnificent. The show will be one of the best rock events ever.”

Thursday 22nd November 2007

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Jimmy Page Interview on BBC

Youtube Videos Showing Jimmy Page Being interviewed by the BBC.

Wednesday 21st November 2007

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2008 Led Zeppelin Tour?

From NME.com

Led Zeppelin will tour in 2008, the band who have been booked as their tour support have revealed.

Ian Astbury, lead singer of The Cult, has confirmed that they have been roped in to support the recently-reformed band on a jaunt next year.

According to Billboard, during a gig in Cincinnati on November 17, Astbury said: “We’ll be back next year, because we’re opening for a band you may have heard of. The name starts with an ‘L’ and has a ‘Z’ in it.”

Hearing the announcement, a fan in the audience shouted, “Led Zeppelin.” Astbury nodded an affirmative response, and raised an arm into the air.

Led Zeppelin are yet to announce official details of any new tours.

However speaking about their reunion on December 10, guitarist Jimmy Page has revealed the band will play one of their songs live for the first time ever.

the magazine putting 2 and 2 together, but it does look pretty straight forward.

Tuesday 20th November 2007

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WOOOO HOOOO, IM GOING TO SEE ZEPPELIN!!!!!

Yes thats right, the final ballot was released today and my best buddy in the whole wide fucking world got tickets, and im going with him. . .

he is a bigger led zeppelin nut than me, but we both love zeppelin sooo frickin much and he got the passcode, and WE ARE FUCKING GOING!!!

WOOOHHOOOOOOO

good luck to everyone else who wants tickets. . . hope your dreams come true as mine have tonight!!!

YEAHHH!!H!!HH!H!

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Robert Plant Interview

Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8AGnSo_ZzSw
Led Zeppelin Singer Robert Plant Gets interviewed by channel 4, and talks about album with Alison Krauss

Friday 16th November 2007

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Led Zeppelin in talks for Glastonbury

LED ZEPPELIN have been in negotiations to headline next years Glastonbury Festival, it has been reported.

The rock legends have apparently been in talks with Glastonbury head Michael Eavis about the mouth-watering prospect. They have even given the Worthy Farm owner a price for performing at the June event.

Despite the early talks, NME.com claims that the negotiations have broken down after the rock outfitÂ’s representatives named too high a price, prompting Eavis to pull out.

Glastonbury, of course, has a capped fee that they are willing to pay artists — unlike many other major UK festivals.

If LED ZEPPELIN do eventually sign up, expect Glastonbury to sell out in a nanosecond.

Source: Blabbermouth

Wednesday 14th November 2007

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PAGE SUGGESTS LED ZEPPELIN TOUR

From Metal Hammer:

Could the legendary guitarist be hinting at a full tour?

LED ZEPPELIN may embark on a full-scale tour after their reunion gig, according to guitarist Jimmy Page.

The band, who are gearing up for their one-off show at the O2 arena in honour of Atlantic Records founder Ahmet Ertegun, are considering doing a string of dates as Page thinks it would be selfish of the band to put all their energy into just one gig.

“It’s a bit silly not to because there is such massive demand,” said Jimmy, who is resting up his injured finger, to Guitar World magazine.
“It’s a bit selfish to do just one show. If that’s it, we probably shouldn’t have taken the genie out of the bottle.”

The band’s rescheduled gig at the O2 Arena will take place on December 10.

LED ZEPPELIN releases its new best-of collection, “Mothership", today (November 13).

According to The Sun, banned LED ZEPPELIN classic “Stairway To Heaven” returned to its spiritual home in London thanks to a gang of committed air guitarists. The track, which features on the rockers’ new “Mothership” greatest hits collection, has long been unwelcome on Denmark Street — home to the capitalÂ’s largest concentration of guitar shops.

Frustrated staff have consistently refused permission for wannabe axe Gods to perform the track while testing new instruments because punters regularly mangle the extraordinary solo — perfected on record by Jimmy Page.

Guitarists across the country were invited to take part in the performance.

Embarassingly however, just one intrepid guitar-slinger took his life into his own hands by setting up shop on the venerable thoroughfare in order to blast the song out once more.

More happily scores of supportive passers-by lent moral support to the hapless strummer by joining in on air guitar.

Watch a three-and-a-half-minute video clip containing “highlights” from yesterday’s LED ZEPPELIN flash mob guitar-off here.

Monday 12th November 2007

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Page on the mend...

From the bbc

Musician Jimmy Page has said the broken finger that led Led Zeppelin’s reunion gig to be put back to 10 December will take “a little while to heal".
The guitarist, named a “living legend” at the Classic Rock awards, revealed he had fractured the little finger of his left hand in a fall in his garden.

“It’s a nuisance because it’s really needed,” he told the BBC, adding that the damage was “not permanent".

“I’ve broken fingers before, a lot worse than this,” he told reporters.

Iconic rock group Led Zeppelin are due to reform for one night only at tribute concert in London in honour of late Atlantic Records founder Ahmet Ertegun.

Page said at Monday night’s awards the band would be playing “a lot of the songs that people would want to hear".

“We just got together and started playing and it started to take on its own shape.”

Acute laryngitis

At the end of the awards, the rock veteran was presented with a vintage Gibson Les Paul guitar by Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler.

Other honourees included rock stalwarts Status Quo, Jeff Wayne and the late Mick Ronson.

Singer Meat Loaf, however, was not present to collect a classic album award.

The Bat Out of Hell star is recovering from a bout of acute laryngitis that led him to cancel two concerts in his current UK tour.

His daughter, Pearl Aday, picked up the honour on his behalf .

Guests at the ceremony included Alice Cooper, Joan Jett, Lemmy from Motorhead and Fish from Marillion.

Thursday 01st November 2007

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amazing news!!!

FROM METAL HAMMER!!!!

In a shocking turn of events, The Ahmet Ertegun Tribute Concert on November 26th at which Led Zeppelin were due to play alongside Bill Wyman, the Rhythm Kings, Paul Rogers, Paolo Nutini, and Foreigner has been postponed until December 10th due to Jimmy Page fracturing his finger.

The injury was sustained over the past weekend, and a specialist treating Mr. Page has stated that, “it is my opinion that with proper rest and treatment, he will be ready to resume rehearsing in three weeks and will be able to perform on December 10.”

Jimmy Page added, “I am disappointed that we are forced to postpone the concert by two weeks. However, Led Zeppelin have always set very high standards for ourselves, and we feel that this postponement will enable my injury to properly heal, and permit us to perform at the level that both the band and our fans have always been accustomed to.”

No details have been released about the cause of injury.

According to the press release, all tickets for the November 26th show will be valid for the rescheduled date.

Any customers who are unable to attend the rescheduled concert on the 10th December should apply for a full refund of the ticket purchase prior to midday (UK time) on November 14th 2007. Any tickets made available as a result of refunds will be offered to ballot winners selected at random from original registrations after the 15th November 2007.

Please refer to www.ahmettribute.com for information on how to obtain a refund and for further information.

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Second round ballots...

I havent been around for a while, so i didn’t know when the tickets went out, but apparently on the 23rd October the tickets went out again, and no, i was not one of the lucky winners.

Congratulations if you were!

Commiserations, if like me you were not!

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Rob plant Nervous about Reunion Tribute Gig?

Led Zeppelin member Robert Plant recently stated that he is so “overwhelmed” by the legendary band’s upcoming reunion concert he’s praying he’ll be able to enjoy the experience.

The English rock singer also adds that “The anticipation is incredibly overwhelming for me. And all I want to do is have some fun.”

Robert Plant and country singer Alison Krauss released their first collaboration studio album together entitled ‘Raising Sand’ on October 23, 2007.

On November 26, 2007 Robert Plant along with the other members of Led Zeppelin will reunite for one performance at London’s O2 Arena. The benefits concert is a tribute to the late Atlantic Records co founder Ahmet Ertegün.

Other artists that are scheduled to perform include Pete Townshend, Bill Wyman, the Rhythm Kings, Foreigner, and Paolo Nutini

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Spam Spam Spam...

I really do despise spam….

spammers keep attacking this website with such disregard to the work that has to go into to deleting all their crap, not to mention the derogatory tone it sets on the website.

for this very reason, comments have bene disabled, as have trackbacks.

I havent been around for a while, mainly due to me losing faith in the system for Led Zeppelin tickets, and alot because I wont possibly be able to go to the gig now… but i’ll see what information i can source about the gig and get some updates on the website.

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