Robert Plant and former AC/DC singer Brian Johnson made a surprise appearance on stage at Paul Rodgers’ show in Oxford on May 14 when they joined Rodgers to perform a cover of “Money.”
Tight But Loose editor Dave Lewis shared photographs of the performance on Facebook:
And photos of the performance were also posted on Twitter:
— Sinclair James Third (@DikThird) May 14, 2017
Look who came on for the encore with Paul Rodgers pic.twitter.com/AF76hYdLwl
— Sonja Castle-Mott (@CastleSonja) May 14, 2017
And backstage photos were posted to Facebook:
Plant and Johnson were recently photographed filming an upcoming episode of Johnson’s Sky Arts show “Brian Johnson’s A Life On The Road.”
One photo shared with LedZepNews by Alexandra Burton shows Plant with his dog and Johnson.
Another photo shows Burton’s cousin taking a selfie with Plant during a break in filming.
Delyth Thompson commented on Facebook that the photographs appear to have been taken at Castell y Bere and Craig y Deryn in Wales.
Another LedZepNews reader, Mark Williams, posted a comment on this site yesterday with what he claims is information about Plant and Johnson filming another part of the upcoming episode. Here’s Williams’ full comment:
Thanks Dave. Just in case you & the readers were not aware, Robert was interviewed a few days back (on Borth beach,West Wales) by Brian Robertson [sic] (AC/DC lead singer) for Brian’s new ‘ Life on the Road’ interview series being broadcast on Sky Arts. You’ll be glad to hear the sword out of ‘ The Song Remains the Same’ (that Robert wielded back in the day) makes a re-appearance !
Ths interview really is something to look forward to ( more than hoping for 2018 Zeppelin action) !
The page on Sky Arts’ website for Johnson’s series describes it like this:
One of rock music’s iconic and tour-hardened frontmen, Brian Johnson, gives us a brand new and exclusive take on one aspect of the rock and roll life: live performance, touring and being ‘on the road’.
Plant’s episode of “Brian Johnson’s A Life On The Road” is scheduled to air on Sky Arts on June 2 at 9 pm UK time. Find out more about the show here.Follow Led Zeppelin News on Twitter, Facebook, and Tumblr to stay up to date on news as it happens. You can also sign up to our weekly email for a digest of the week's news sent to your inbox every Sunday.