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Robert Plant. image by Haylee Cashmere, Noise11, photo

Robert Plant. image by Haylee Cashmere

First Australian Robert Plant Show Goes Off Like A Led Zeppelin SETLIST

by Paul Cashmere on March 25, 2013

in Live,News

Robert Plant kicked off the first of his Australian shows on the weekend in Perth with a setlist that was 75% Led Zeppelin.

Robert Plant. image by Haylee Cashmere, Noise11, photo

Robert Plant. image by Haylee Cashmere

Plant opened his Perth set with ‘Heartbreaker’ and closed with ‘Whole Lotta Love’ before coming back for an encore featuring ‘Rock ‘n’ Roll’.

Robert Plant is back touring Australia for the first time since the Plant and Page shows on the 90s.

The Robert Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters setlist from March 23, 2013 was:

Heartbreaker (from Led Zeppelin II, 1969)
Tin Pan Valley (from Mighty Rearranger, 2005)
Another Tribe (from Mighty Rearranger, 2005)
Friends (from Led Zeppelin III, 1970)
Spoonful (Howlin’ Wolf cover)
Black Dog (from Led Zeppelin IV, 1971)
Going To California (from Led Zeppelin IV, 1971)
The Enchanter (from Mighty Rearranger, 2005)
Four Sticks (from Led Zeppelin IV, 1971)
Funny In My Mind (from Dreamland, 2002)
Ramble On (from Led Zeppelin II, 1969)
Bron Y Aur Stomp (from Led Zeppelin III, 1970)
Whole Lotta Love (from Led Zeppelin II, 1969)

Rock N Roll (from Led Zeppelin IV, 1971)

Robert Plant Australian dates are:

March 26, Adelaide, Entertainment Centre
March 28, Sydney, Entertainment Centre
March 30, Byron Bay, Bluesfest
March 31, Newcastle, Entertainment Centre
April 3, Melbourne, Rod Laver Arena
April 5, Launceston, Silverdome

New Zealand
April 9, Wellington, TSB Bank
April 11, Auckland, Vector Arena

The Sensational Space Shifters are:
Robert Plant – vocals, harmonica
Juldeh Camara – ritti (one-stringed African Violin), kologo (African Banjo), talking drum, vocals.
Justin Adams – guitar, bendir, vocals
John Baggott – keyboards
Liam “Skin” Tyson – guitar, vocals
Dave Smith – drums and percussion
Billy Fuller – bass guitar, vocals

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