1993-11-24 – Robert Plant


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Brother Cane Setlist Varsity Arena, Toronto, ON, Canada 1993Band: Brother Cane
Venue: Varsity Arena, Toronto ON
Date: November 24, 1993
Tour: Opening for Robert Plant

Members Of The Band:

David Anderson (Guitar)
Scott Collier (Drums)
Roman Glick (Guitar)
Damon Johnson (Lead Vocals, Guitar)
Glenn Maxey (Bass)

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Robert Plant Setlist Varsity Arena, Toronto, ON, Canada 1993, Fate of Nations

Band: Robert Plant
Venue: Varsity Arena, Toronto ON
Date: November 24, 1993
Tour: Fate Of Nations

Members Of The Band:
Robert Plant (Vocals)
Kevin MacMichael (Guitar)
Charlie Jones (Bass)
Francis Dunnery (Guitar and Vocals)
Michael Lee (Drums)
Phil Johnstone (Keyboards, Vocals and Guitar)

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Comments: I had never been to a concert at Varsity Arena before in my entire lie up until that time… Well, hang on a mo’. This Robert Plant gig was, in truth of fact, the last time I attended a show at Varsity Arena. Wow, first and last concert all within a seven month span of time. Well, the players were the same; Rhonda, John and I.

Plant was touring behind his Fate of Nations album, and album I saw at the time as his solo Led Zeppelin III. The band were tighter than ever and the set list was impressive to say the least, opening with Plant’s cover of Zeppelin’s cover of the old Joan Biaz chestnut. Which itself was a cover of an old 1950’s era song written by Anne Johannsen who later was known as Anne Bredon.

Confused yet? I know I am.

He also started up the grand tradition of a multi song medley during an otherwise unlengthy piece. Then it was Dazed and Confused. Now, it was In the Mood where he interpolated Moby Grapes “Naked if I Want Too”, Zeppelin’s “In the Light”, Buffalo Springfield’s “For What it’s Worth” and Donovan’s “Season of the Witch”.

Amazing shit, I’ll tell you right here and now.

And then, for his final encore set he broke out Tall Cool One and the Zep standard Whole Lotta Love.

Trust. It was a great evening.





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