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.