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Amex Front Of Line tix onsale at 10am today.

Robert Plant & the Band of Joy - 2011 Tour Dates

11.16.2010

January:

18 Asheville, NC - Thomas Wolfe Auditorium

19 Pittsburgh, PA - Peterson Events Center (University of Pittsburgh)

21 Ann Arbor, MI - Hill Auditorium

22 Toronto, ONT - Sony Centre for the Performing Arts

25 Boston, MA House of Blues

26 Upper Darby, PA - Tower Theatre

28 Mashantucket, CT -MGM Grand Theater at MGM Grand at Foxwoods

29 New York, NY - Beacon Theatre

February:

1 Washington, DC DAR - Constitution Hall

2 Raleigh, NC Raleigh - Memorial Auditorium

4 North Charleston, SC - North Charleston Performing Arts Center

5 Atlanta, GA - Fox Theatre

7 Charlotte, NC - Ovens Auditorium

8 and 9 Nashville, TN - War Memorial Auditorium

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"Robert Plant and special guest North Mississippi Allstars take to the stage at Toronto’s Sony Centre For The Performing Arts for one night only: January 22, 2011! Joined by Patty Griffin on vocals; Darrell Scott on multi instrumentalist/vocals; Byron House on bass/vocals; Marco Giovino on drums and percussion/vocals, and co-producer Buddy Miller on guitar/vocals, this is the original touring band that appears on the record Band of Joy."

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I just picket up a pair for Robert Plant at the Sony Centre for Performing Arts today.

The setlist for his tour so far has been amazing!

Robert Plant & the Band of Joy

Palace Theatre

Manchester, UK

October 31, 2010

1.Down to the Sea

2.Angel Dance(Los Lobos cover)

3.House Of Cards (Richard & Linda Thompson cover)

4.Please Read The Letter

5.Misty Mountain Hop

6.Twelve Gates To The City/Wade In The Water/In My Time Of Dying

7.Tangerine

8.Somewhere Trouble Don't Go(Buddy Miller cover)

9.A Satisfied Mind (Porter Wagoner cover)

10.Move Up(Patty Griffin cover)

11.Satan Your Kingdom Must Come Down

12.Central Two-O-Nine(Lightnin' Hopkins cover)

13.Monkey Play(Low cover)

14.Houses of the Holy

15.You Can't Buy My Love

16.Tall Cool One

17.Gallows Pole

Encore:

18.Harm's Swift Way(Townes Van Zandt)

19.Rock & Roll

20.And We Bid You Goodnight(Traditional/Grateful Dead)

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Are you serious? The reason I would consider this show is exactly because of the NMAS. Every time I have seen those guys they have blown me away. Geniuses (and one is in fact an actual musical prodigy).

I find them my most disappointing band to emerge from the last decade. I was onboard with them when their first album was released in 2000 and saw them during their first Canadian tour and several more times before 2003. But every studio album they released since their great debut miss far more than they hit. Luther is a pretty weak songwriter and he's a pretty basic singer too. I like his guitar chops and the Allstars can be a very good live band depending on the set list. I think they should just stick to reworking/rediscovering old blues songs - and there's nothing wrong with that. Just ask John Hammond Jr. I know Luther was a guitar prodigy(and played on The Replacements awesome Please to Meeet Me album) and I also know who the late Jim Dickenson is. I believe I met you at the NMA show at Lee's a number of years ago; I believe it was for their Polaris tour.

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Well...decided to forgo for now. May likely regret that decision, but an expensive month coming up and unless I could get great seats...which seem to be gone. Mind you I've never been to this particular venue I don't think so not sure how the seats are in general.

Haven't picked up this album yet either. Does T-Bone Burnett have his hands on this one too?

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Well...decided to forgo for now. May likely regret that decision, but an expensive month coming up and unless I could get great seats...which seem to be gone. Mind you I've never been to this particular venue I don't think so not sure how the seats are in general.

Haven't picked up this album yet either. Does T-Bone Burnett have his hands on this one too?

Here it is, if you want it :)

http://bit.ly/b6fFXF

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Artist: Robert Plant & Band Of Joy

Title Of Album: Live at Toronto

Year Of Release: 2011 (23.01)

Genre: Hard Rock, Rock

Quality: mp3

Bitrate: 320 kbps

Total Time: 1:32:13

Total Size: 211 мб

Tracklist

1.Cindy, I'll Marry You Someday

2.Angel Dance

3.Down To The Sea

4.House of Cards

5.Rich Woman

6.Love Throw A Line

7.Misty Mountain Hop

8.Satisfied Mind

9.Satan Your Kingdom Must Come Down

10.Somewhere Trouble Don't Go

11.12 Gates To The City

12.Houses of the Holy

13.Tall Cool One

14.Ramble On

15.Gallows Pole

16.(Encore Break)

17.Monkey

18.Rock & Roll

19.And We Bid You Goodnight

http://hotfile.com/dl/103182478/ec58ebe/Robert_Plant_Midrix.rar.html

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