September 29, 2009

Can you imagine this????

Being at the House of Blues in Chicago to see Pearl Jam and having Robert Plant show up to sing this?  Wow.  It seems too good to be true, most things are.



The video quality is shitty but hey - so is life sometimes.

6 comments:

Bond said...

These kind of 'special appearances' are once in a life-time memories...

My brother and I were at Madison Square Garden Thanksgiving eve years and years ago to see Kiki Dee and Elton John...yup that was the show John Lennon came on stage and played with Elton...a memory forever

Starrlight said...

Social Distortion just opened for them in a few shows back east. I coulda cried. Although truth be told I'd rather see Social D ;)

Jessica said...

So awesome! I am listening to Pearl Jam's new album now---it's so good!

BeckEye said...

Barbara, I always thought you were such a nice girl. Why are you trying to hurt me like this??

It's like a few years ago when they played that HOB charity show that I couldn't afford and did "Fool in the Rain" together. Actually, that was worse because I like that song even more.

Sean Coleman said...

Hey Bond: Seeing Lennon perform live trumps just about anything.

Plant with Pearl Jam is pretty sweet. I saw them a few years back and U2 was sitting at the side of the stage. Bono came out and sang on "Rockin' in the Free World" near the end. The crowd had a nervous breakdown.

jack said...

Very cool. I saw Robert Plant at Hardly Strictly Bluegrass last year with Alison Krauss. He was amazing, and he sounds just the same. When they did "Battle of Evermore" I was blown away.

And this year at Hardly Strictly (which was just two weekends ago), he made a special suprise appearance. I think he enjoys doing that. I highly recommend Hardly Strictly Bluegrass to anyone in the SF bay area... and it's completely free!

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