Robert Plant Plays Surprise Club Gig
According to The Sun, the Led Zeppelin legend sang at a village hall in Monmouth, South Wales, for a crowd who had paid just $5 per ticket.
The gig was a charity benefit for one-time Plant producer Pat Moran, 63, who died earlier this year. Darren Martin, who witnessed the show, told The Sun: "It was amazing – he's a rock god and he was playing in a village hall. It was a real honor to be there – and he chatted with the audience afterwards." more on this story
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