1988-12-12 – Robert Plant


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Joan Jett and the Blackhearts Setlist Copps Coliseum, Hamilton, ON, Canada 1988, Up Your Alley

Band: Joan Jett and the Blackhearts
Venue: Copps Coliseum, Hamilton ON
Date: December 12, 1988
Tour: Up Your Alley (opening for Robert Plant)

Members Of The Band:
Joan Jett (Guitar and Vocals)
Thommy Price (Drums)
Ricky Byrd (Guitar)
Kasim Sulton (Bass)

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Comments: Can I just say here and now that I LOVE Joan Jett? Followed her career from the early days with The Runaways, Kim Fowley ‘s contrived all girl band who actually managed to kick ass right the way through her solo career success. I was more than psyched to find out she would be the opening act for Robert Plant on this tour.  Joan Jett just freaking rocks. Miss her at your peril.

Joan Jett & the Blackhearts live in Iowa, 1988

Joan Jett & The Blackhearts – Waterloo – Iowa – 24/09/1988

 

Robert Plant Setlist Copps Coliseum, Hamilton, ON, Canada 1988, Non Stop Go

Band: Robert Plant
Venue: Copps Coliseum, Hamilton ON
Date: December 12, 1988
Tour: No Stop Go (Now And Zen)

Members Of The Band:
Robert Plant (Vocals and Harmonica)
Phil Johnstone (Keyboards and Vocals)
Doug Boyle (Guitar)
Chris Blackwell (Drums, Percussion and  Vocals)
Charlie Jones (Bass and Vocals)
Pat Tropie (Drums)

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Comments: Again with Tommy and Louise, Rhonda and I headed out to Copps Coliseum in Hamilton for this great gig. It was the first time I had seen Robert Plant live and it was just after he had started to embrace his Led Zeppelin roots again. A tight band playing music from a great album. I was blown away when they played one of my favorite Zep tunes, Nobody’s Fault But Mine. Plant, along with his killer five piece band, just murdered every song they played, be they Led Zeppelin tunes, Plant solo songs or the odd blues cover tune. And Dimples, well now, shit. Their take on the old John Lee Hooker tune was sublimity itself.

Robert Plant – The Texas Rehearsals – Dallas -1988.10.03. Full Concert.

Robert Plant – "Dimples" – 1988

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