Led Zeppelin History – July 12

Today in 1988 Robert Plant performed at the Florida State Fairgrounds Expo Hall in Tampa, and I was there. This was part of Plant’s “Non Stop Go” tour, in support of his fourth post-Zeppelin solo album, Now and Zen. Cheap Trick was the opening act.

Plant’s voice was in great shape (very “Zeppelin-esque”) and he alternated between his solo songs and Zeppelin classics. It was probably the next best thing (sound-wise) to actually seeing Led Zeppelin live.

Setlist: Helen of Troy, Other Arms, Billy’s Revenge, In The Evening, In The Mood, Black Country Woman, Ship of Fools, Dimples, Trampled Underfoot, Heaven Knows, Misty Mountain Hop, Big Log, Tall Cool One, Communication Breakdown.

Plant

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